Here Comes Peter Cottontail: The Movie
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Featuring the voices of Christopher Lloyd, Roger Moore, and Molly Shannon, Here Comes Peter Cottontail: The Movie is a timeless story that will delight kids and parents alike.
Dolby 5.1 audio
Hi-definition Source Master
Total runtime: 92 minutes
Peter Cottontail Jukebox
Character Rigging & Turnaround Tests
- Peter Cottontail Jukebox
- Storyboard Slideshow
- Character Rigging and Turnaround Tests
- Deleted Scene Bring on the Blue Sky
- Picture Montage
Top Customer Reviews
The movie is bright and colorful, and the music is fun. but there was some parts i did not like as a mother. Jackie frost sings a song an it seemed kind of sexual or sensual. i still let my daughter watch it anyways but still the movie would be so much better without jackie dressed an dance like slutt frost. but other then that i liked it. its creative. prolly not good for kids under 3 year old because it is very stimulating and fast paced.
The opening sequence is cute; it can't touch the original's, but it is rather Noggin/Nick, Jr.-esque, so there's nothing BAD about it. I got the sense that they tried to pay respect to the story and unmistakable Rankin/Bass style of the first one via the character and set designs, color palettes, shapes, and fantistical, dreamlike, or abstract elements (especially during songs.)
Seymour S. Sassafrass: This guy is cute and lovable, and his voice is great, but he's NOT THE SAME PERSON by any stretch of the imagination. O.o He's more of a goof. Trying to accept them as the same person is jarringly impossible. We must understand that this is another Seymour S. Sassafrass, perhaps a relative of Danny Kaye's.
The same thing happened when the CG sequel "Rudolph & the Island of Misfit Toys" was made--I didn't dislike that movie, but like most sequels to Rankin/Bass productions made in recent years, it falls short of the original's magic...and it could have stood to be more faithful, which would make it feel more legitimate. The new "Sam the Snowman" narrator, voiced by Richard Dreyfuss, was very likable--but again, a wholly different snowman, taking over for Burl Ives' Sam. And, come to think of it, WHY couldn't they use stop-motion puppetry today, rather than recreating the characters in computers--which, of course, can create its own type of sheer magic, but is how nearly everything's done nowadays.
All of the voices are good. Tom (Spongebob! Who is more evident in Junior's voice, of course), Kenan, Molly, Christopher, Miranda...Roger...they did very well...Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My granddaughter absolutely loves this video. The music is lively and lesson of the video is clear. If I let her my granddaughter would watch this all day.Published 3 months ago by Mamma
I bought it as easterbasket present for my son(9). Although he loved the movie I think it's better for a younger age.Published 4 months ago by JL
Great Movie !!! My Granddaughter And I Have Watched It Over And Over Again , LOL !Published 6 months ago by Dana Brooks