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Happy, the Littlest Bunny (1994)

Unrated | | Animation, Adventure, Family | Video 1994
The smallest of three rabbit brothers is always being picked on due to his size. But with the help of his chipmunk friend, he decides to adopt a new personality, which eventually makes him Cornwall County's worst nightmare.

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(as Larry Hartstein)
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Tony Ail ...
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Nathan Aswell ...
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Chera Bailey ...
(voice) (as Cheralynn Bailey)
Kathleen Barr ...
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(voice) (as Gary Chalk)
Lillian Carlson ...
(voice) (as Lilliam Carlson)
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(voice) (as Ian Corlett)
Michael Donovan ...
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Kent Gallie ...
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(voice) (as Phil Hayes)
Roger Kelly ...
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Ellen Kennedy ...
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Joanne Lee ...
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(voice) (as Andrean Libman)
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The smallest of three rabbit brothers is always being picked on due to his size. But with the help of his chipmunk friend, he decides to adopt a new personality, which eventually makes him Cornwall County's worst nightmare.

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1994 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

El pequeño Happy  »

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1.33 : 1
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[first lines]
Malcolm: [narrating] I surely do love it here in Cornwall County. The days are warm and the nights are cool, and... there's not a day goes by that something doesn't happen makes you sit up and take notice.
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Soundtracks

Heaven Here on Earth
(uncredited)
Produced by Andrew Dimitroff
Composed by Nick Carr, Ray Crossley and Andrew Dimitroff
Lyrics by Joellyn Cooperman
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Cute, lively fun
29 July 2012 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

From the title I knew what to expect, good, clean, solid, colourful and undemanding fun. And Happy The Littlest Bunny does exactly that, while not among Jetlag's best, it is nowhere near one of their worst either. The writing may get corny at times, though not as distractingly bad as in other outings. Besides most of it is sweet and well-meaning, with no extreme cheesiness or sappiness. I did enjoy the story on the whole, structurally it may be a little thin, but the sprightly pace, its smooth telling and its cuteness and charm more than make up for things. As does the moral, it is a good one and doesn't feel preachy or shoe-horned in, something I think adults will appreciate. The animation is colourful and well drawn, while the music is another big surprise, whimsical and catchy as I like it. Heaven Here on Earth is not one of my favourite Jetlag songs, but when it comes to the makings of a good song(memorable melodies, good lyrics and a succinct structure), it ticks the right boxes, while TROUBLE has a real sense of urgency and As Long as You Have a Heart is very touching. The characters are very cute and endearing(then again I do with bunnies), and you do care for them and their situation, while the voice acting is good and not too overly-cutesy. All in all, lovely and very well done. 8/10 Bethany Cox


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