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Charity Brown ...
Fairy Queen (voice)
Rick Jones ...
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James Bradford ...
Tin Soldier (voice) (as Jim Bradford)
Don Westwood ...
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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 Anonymous

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2 April 1985 (Canada)  »

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Der Hase mit den Samtohren  »

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Version of The Velveteen Rabbit (1984) See more »

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Being Real (Fairy's Song)
Written by Alan Templeton and Mary Crawford
Performed by Charity Brown
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12 January 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

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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