A wonderful adaptation of the Charles Dickens's classic, A Christmas Carol. An overexcited Roo, along with Pooh, Piglet, Tigger and Eeyore, pay Rabbit a visit to celebrate Easter. But instead of finding an Easter party they find a Spring Cleaning day celebration. Rabbit refuses to celebrate Easter and a very disappointed Roo tries to cheer him up. How can they celebrate Easter without the Easter Bunny? Past, present and future intertwine in this marvelous movie, as the characters jump from page to page, teaching everyone a very valuable lesson.
9 March 2004 (USA)
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Forår i Hundredemeterskoven
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Aspect Ratio: 1.85 : 1
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The events of the film directly parallel those of the classic Charles Dickens novel "A Christmas Carol." The Narrator first shows Rabbit events from the past, then has him listen in on another character in a present, then shows him a dismal future, leading Rabbit to realize that he can change. Later, Rabbit references lines from the novel by stating "I'm as jumpy as a jackrabbit! I'm as giddy as a schoolbunny!" See more
I most certainly do not miss Easter.
Oh but look look. You used to love being the Eastery Bunny. You were the head bunny in charge.
Yes and that's why i liked it. But i certainly don't like it anymore.
But on a count of why?
I had Roo's first Easter planed to perfection until you had to get involved.
I remember it like it was last year.
It was only last year.
It's all coming back to me now.
On the 2004 DVD, the Walt Disney Pictures logos were shown in 1.66:1, but the rest of the movie was in 1.78:1 (the film negative aspect ratio). But in the original theatrical release (printed on 35mm spherical film at a 1.85:1 letterbox aspect ratio), both the logos and movie were in the same aspect ratio, 1.85:1 (the intended theatrical aspect ratio). See more
The Way It Must Be Done
Words by Randy Rogel
Music by Randy Rogel
and Grant Geissman
Performed by Ken Sansom
(as Rabbit), Jim Cummings
(as Winnie the Pooh/Tigger),
(as Eeyore), John Fiedler
(as Piglet) and Jimmy Bennett
Arranged and orchestrated by Martin Erskine See more