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An Easter Carol -- Cavis and Millward (Bob & Larry) and Hope the Music Box Angel voiced by Grammy Award winning artist Rebecca St. James must convince Nezzer that Easter is about much more than candy and eggs.  Inspired by Dickens' Christmas classic, this very special film explains why millions of Christians around the world celebrate Easter past, present and future.
An Easter Carol -- Bob The Tomato, Larry The Cucumber, and a music box angel named Hope convince Uncle Nezzer that Easter is about more than just candy and eggs.
An Easter Carol -- Bob The Tomato, Larry The Cucumber, and a music box angel named Hope convince Uncle Nezzer that Easter is about more than just candy and eggs.


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Keith Lango (screenplay) and
Tim Hodge
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10 February 2004 (USA) See more »
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  (in credits order)
Dan Anderson ... Rev. Gilbert (Dad Asparagus) (voice)

Tim Hodge ... Granny Nezzer (voice)
Tracy Johnson ... Cockney Woman (voice)

Keith Lango ... Tradesman (voice)
Mike Nawrocki ... Larry the Cucumber (Millward) / Jerry Gourd (Constable) / Jean-Claude Pea (Winston) (voice)
Rachael Pitts ... Egg Boy (voice)
Jim Poole ... Scooter (Moyer) (voice)
Jackie Ritz ... Laura Carrot / Mom Asparagus (voice) (as Jacquelyn Ritz)
Laura Richey ... Hat Lady (voice)
Rebecca St. James ... Hope (voice)
Lisa Vischer ... Junior Asparagus (Edmund) (voice)

Phil Vischer ... Bob the Tomato (Cavis) / Mr. Nezzer (Ebeneezer) / Archibald Asparagus (Arthur Hollingshead) / Pa Grape (Seymour) / Phillipe Pea / Percy Pea (voice)

Directed by
Tim Hodge 
Writing credits
Keith Lango (screenplay)

Tim Hodge 

Produced by
David Pitts .... producer
John Wahba .... director of post productions
Original Music by
Kurt Heinecke 
Film Editing by
John Wahba 
Art Department
Philip Dimitriadis .... visual development artist
Sound Department
Glen West .... sound effects editor
Visual Effects by
Gerhard Borchers .... lighting artist
Michael B. Comet .... rigging supervisor
Kevin Vassey .... render wrangler
Animation Department
Justin Barrett .... animator
Jeff Croke .... animator
Joe Gorski .... animator
Tim Lannon .... layout supervisor
Brian Roberts .... animator
Editorial Department
Joel Mains .... associate editor
Other crew
Krista Johnston .... clearances
Andy Youssi .... completion coordinator

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Also Known As:
"VeggieTales: An Easter Carol" - USA (video box title)
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49 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.33 : 1 See more »
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The stained glass artwork during "Hope Song" is animated (some scenes more than others). The final panel, showing Jesus resurrected, has a very subtle animation of His ascension.See more »
Revealing mistakes: As the egg container flies past Bob and Larry (having a conversation)once collecting eggs along the way, during the end of their talk eggs pop out but aren't collected from the container, they just disappear in mid air.See more »
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Version of Ebbie (1995) (TV)See more »


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Religious propaganda?, 22 October 2007
Author: Bill from United States

I find it interesting that an adult that obviously doesn't attend a church will leave a comment about a religious movie geared towards kids. I am a huge fan of Veggietales and have watched them from the beginning when my kids were preschool age. I feel the morals behind the stories our geared not just for religious kids but kids needing to learn the difference between right and wrong. Veggietales knows not to stray to far away from their Christian principals but they also know how to come across the story without cramming religion down your throats. I think most kids should watch these cartoons because at least they are better than a lot of the crappy Saturday morning cartoons that are on TV now. I was pleased to see that on Saturday mornings the program Qubo is showing Veggietales as well as 321 penguins (written by the same people) and though they have edited some religious content out for the show they still have strong moral meanings on the programs and they are still a blast for the kids. Go Larryboy! I wish TV shows were like they were ten or more years ago. TV is one big disappointment these days!

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