An energetic child with a vivid imagination, Toby Morgan discovers the "magic attic" that was once his father's childhood playroom. There, Toby is surprised to find a stuffed velveteen ... See full summary »
Identical twins, separated at birth and each raised by one of their biological parents, discover each other for the first time at summer camp and make a plan to bring their wayward parents back together.
An energetic child with a vivid imagination, Toby Morgan discovers the "magic attic" that was once his father's childhood playroom. There, Toby is surprised to find a stuffed velveteen rabbit. The boy's tears magically bring the toy to life. Before long, Toby is frolicking in the enchanted attic with a whole new group of friends, including the impetuous Horse and the wise but skittish Swan. Written by
This animated adaptation of The Velveteen Rabbit is my favorite version of the classic story. I used to watch this version of The Velveteen Rabbit on VHS tape all the time as a child. The Faery Queen's song makes me tear up, even now. This is a beautiful, and very under-rated version of The Velveteen Rabbit. I have fond nostalgic memories of this version of the story. And now that I'm older I can appreciate Christopher Plumber (the only good thing about Dracula 2000) providing the gentle narrations. And I love the Chuck Jones style humor of the toy soldiers with their small subplot about being jealous of the toy rabbit.
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