When the Chief Easter Bunny retires, he chooses Peter Cottontail as his successor. However, the reclusive January Q. Irontail wants the position as well, seeking to revenge himself upon children everywhere for the destruction of his tail. He proposes he and Peter have a race to see who can deliver the most eggs. Due to his own carelessness and Irontail's meddling, Peter oversleeps and loses the job. Luckily, a strange man and a worm give him access to a time machine, so Peter can set things right. Unfortunately, Irontail is there with the intention of thwarting him every step of the way... Written by
4 April 1971 (USA)
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Pedro Bolinha de Algodão Está de Volta
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The name "Peter Cottontail" comes from a series of books by Thornton W. Burgess (1874-1965). See more
Antoine asks "in the rules of April Valley, does it say that the eggs must be given on Easter?" to which Peter replies "no." Peter then eventually gives away eggs on St. Patrick's Day. But Col. Bunny said that whoever delivers the most eggs on Easter becomes the new Easter Bunny. Thus, Peter shouldn't have won at the end. See more
George Washington always had green eggs. Why, they were traditional at Mount Vernon, when he chopped down the uh - lime tree?
[his ear droops
George Washington couldn't tell a fib. I can't say the same for Georgie bunnies.
When You Can't Get It All Together, Improvise
Sung by Paul Frees
Music and Lyrics by Maury Laws
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