A jive-talking Easter Bunny named Jack decides to retire, so his friends throw him a crazy roast before he officially hangs up his basket. A series of kooky flashbacks tells of his ... See full summary »

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Jack (voice)
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Don Rattles / Steed Martin / Peter Easter Bat (voice) (as Maurice LaMarsh)
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Madame Melegg (voice)
Don Ferguson ...
Announcer (voice)
Jim Henshaw ...
Aardvark (voice) (as Jim Henshawl)
Melleny Melody ...
Scrawny Chicken (voice) (as Melleny Brown)
Larry Mollin ...
Ratso Rat (voice)
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Scarlett O'Hare (voice)
Chris Wiggins ...
Santa Claus / Baker (voice)
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A jive-talking Easter Bunny named Jack decides to retire, so his friends throw him a crazy roast before he officially hangs up his basket. A series of kooky flashbacks tells of his life-story and career, but will all this reminiscing only convince him not to quit after all? Written by Squrpleboy

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Animation | Family

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30 March 1980 (USA)  »

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Le lapin de Pâques  »

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Jack: Hopsha-hopsha, quick-like-a-bunny!
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Best Easter Special Ever
1 June 2007 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I've been looking for a way to buy this on DVD for ages (I'd take VHS too).

I remember watching this every year when I was a kid. It's very well done, and probably even more funny for adults. I don't understand how none of my friends have heard of it, but I'd love to get my hands on a copy so people won't think I'm crazy when I walk around the office saying "hupcha hupcha quick like a bunny". Right now, they don't get it.

The premise is that Jack, the Easter Bunny has decided to retire. His fellow animal celebrities (and a few special guests, like Santa) are having a roast to send him off. The special goes through his life to tell the story of how he became the Easter Bunny. Very tongue in cheek, and very funny - I'd love to see it again.

I'm ready to sign a petition!


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