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The Velveteen Rabbit: Special Commemorative 2-Disc Edition
The Velveteen Rabbit Special Commemorative 2-Disc Edition
Director: Michael Landon Jr
G     1hr 38min

     
     

Movie Details

Director: Michael Landon Jr
Creators: Jane Seymour, Tom Skerritt, Ellen Burstyn, Forrest S Baker III, Peter Moss, Andrew Porporino
Format: DVD
Run Time: 1hr 38min
Number of Discs: 2
SwapaDVD Credits: 2
Total Copies: 7
Members Wishing: 0
MPAA Rating: G (General Audience)
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Member Movie Reviews

Alice B. from SANDY, UT
Reviewed on 12/17/2013...
New in case, unopened. "The Velveteen Rabbit", Margery William's 1922 story, is a classic in the annals of children's literature. I loved it as a child, and continue to adore it as a grown woman, and have since shared it with my own family. Thus, when I saw this new release, I could not wait to watch it with my family.

Young Toby [Matthew Harbour] is sent to stay with his strict grandmother Ellen [Una Kay] when his serious father, John goes off on business to New York. Feeling abandoned and lonely, Toby explores the house and comes across the "Magic Room", which is filled with his father's old toys, including a rabbit stuffed toy. As Toby's imagination is given free rein, Rabbit comes 'alive' in a lively world of animation, and Toby together with rabbit and the other toys in the magic room run free and play in a lively dream world. The animals, i.e. Horse [Tom Skerritt], Swan [Ellen Burstyn], and Rabbit [Chandler Wakefiled] all dream of becoming real animals, and as we all know from "The Velveteen Rabbit", that can only be achieved by true love. Grandma Ellen and Toby soon bond, but his father John is still distant, and it takes a near tragedy to set things right.

A mixture of animated sequences and live-action, this movie appealed to my family. Though the original story has been adapted here, I felt that the adaptation doesn't stray too far from the original message of love overcoming all obstacles.Purists may not appreciate this adaptation, but those seeking family-friendly entertainment will love it.