A toy rabbit yearns to become 'Real' through a child's love. Through his journey, the Velveteen Rabbit learns the mystery of Nursery Magic and becomes Real in more than one way.

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(screenplay), (short story)
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2 nominations. See more awards »
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Rennard Lusterio ...
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Nana
Stephen Archibald ...
Skin Horse (voice)
James Mark ...
Doctor
Emma Futrell-Fruhling ...
Nursery Fairy
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A toy rabbit yearns to become 'Real' through a child's love. Through his journey, the Velveteen Rabbit learns the mystery of Nursery Magic and becomes Real in more than one way.

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What makes you Real?

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Short | Fantasy

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14 November 2007 (USA)  »

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CAD 8,000 (estimated)
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1.85 : 1
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Trivia

For the role of the Velveteen Rabbit and his rabbit friends, two sets of domestic twin rabbits were used. One set was borrowed from the North Vancouver SPCA for the day, and the other set was a recently rescued pair of rabbits accompanied by their adoptive owners. None of the four rabbits were trained for film. See more »

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Very Good
24 October 2010 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Nice adaptation of the book. Brought back some old memories . Very well done. I liked the talking toy horse . Hope to see more productions from Denise Quesnel , and if indeed there are more, would like to know them. A good job with the casting. I have indeed seen the young boy actor on TV in an acting role. Nice to see some home grown director/production talent. It was also nice that the adaptation was to a short film as opposed to a more lengthy film version that could have lost the viewer in some insignificant dialogue. As a child a did have a stuffed rabbit and latched on to it very several early years. I certainly will seek film copies for my grandchildren.


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