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The New Adventures of Peter Rabbit (1995)

Not Rated | | Animation, Family, Musical | Video 7 March 1995
Hop into this delightful version of Beatrix Potter's classic story in the marvelously animated, song-and-laughter-filled adventure. Peter learns that being honest and sticking together is ... See full summary »

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Benjamin Bunny (voice) (uncredited)
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Hop into this delightful version of Beatrix Potter's classic story in the marvelously animated, song-and-laughter-filled adventure. Peter learns that being honest and sticking together is what counts! Poduced by Golden Films/Diarected by Diane Eskenazi. Written by Anonymous

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Peter's Mother: Peter. Peter Rabbit, wherever you are why aren't you here? I need you.
[Peter Rabbit hops in the front door of the tree house. While his mother stirs soup]
Peter Rabbit: Nuh uh can't talk now mother, uh, uh, uh, you said I could go Benny in the city remember? And that's where I'm going to the city to see Benny and I'm already late, late, late.
Peter's Mother: [Talks fast while putting ingredients in the soup] Oh let me see, a little bit of this, a lot of that, maybe a little bit more of this, oh my goodness I never meant to ...
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Quite Charming
9 May 2016 | by See all my reviews

First off, I want to state that this is not an adaptation, hence the title The New Adventures of Peter Rabbit. With that said, I find the whole thing to be very charming on the whole. The story is charming, droll, simple, and sweet, just like the book and others in the series such as Benjamin Bunny, Squirrel Nutkin, Jeremy Fisher, Jemima Puddle-Duck, Two Bad Mice, and Tom Kitten. Add to that the fact that the animation is colourful and whimsical and like the Beatrix Potter books has good lessons without feeling preachy. The songs, while not masterpieces, are very enjoyable, and some parts are very funny such as when Peter's sisters (although I was under the impression that he had three rather than four) are trying to warn he and Benjamin of Mr McGregor's cat and they think it's a prank, when Benjamin says that Mopsy needs to lose weight before getting stuck in the fence, Mr McGregor's quips about rabbit stew, and the "rabbit inspector" joke, to name but a few. In addition to the songs, there is also some very lovely background music. I was able to recognize Papageno's entrance from The Magic Flute in the background during the scene where they meet Fluff and the Russian Dance from the Nutcracker when Benjamin is about to be cooked. All in all, not the best thing ever but I enjoy it.


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