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The New Adventures of Peter Rabbit -- 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.


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Beatrix Potter (book)
Diane Eskenazi (screenplay)
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Release Date:
7 March 1995 (USA) See more »
Hop into this delightful version of Beatrix Potter's classic story in the marvelously animated, song-and-laughter-filled adventure... See more » | Add synopsis »
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  (in alphabetical order)

Jeff Bennett ... Benjamin Bunny (voice) (uncredited)

Cam Clarke ... Peter Rabbit (voice) (uncredited)

Debi Derryberry ... Flopsy (voice) (uncredited)

Candi Milo ... Peter's Mother (voice) (uncredited)

Directed by
Diane Eskenazi 
Writing credits
Beatrix Potter (book "The Tale of Peter Rabbit")

Diane Eskenazi (screenplay)

Linda Engelsiepen  uncredited
Hilary Hinkle  uncredited

Produced by
Diane Eskenazi .... executive producer
Diane Eskenazi .... producer
Original Music by
John Arrias 
Richard Hurwitz 
Film Editing by
Peter Grives 
Sound Department
Matt Preble .... sound coordinator
Animation Department
Nam-yeol Baek .... animation director (as N.Y. Baik)
Ryan Smith .... character designer
Editorial Department
Brent Eldridge .... telecine colorist
Music Department
John Mortarotti .... music editor
Other crew
Hazel Morgan .... voice director
Kelly S. Wheeler .... titles

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"An Easter Bunny Adventure" - USA (DVD title)
"Enchanted Tales: The New Adventures of Peter Rabbit" - USA (series title)
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48 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.33 : 1 See more »

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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 add that. Mm, cinnamon rhubarb mustard pie, Wee radish, hm, interesting, where are you going Peter?
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Not unwatchable but didn't really work for me at the same time, 28 July 2012
Author: TheLittleSongbird from United Kingdom

I actually say this as someone who has enjoyed most of Golden Films' animations. The New Adventures of Peter Rabbit didn't work for me in the same way Thumbelina, The Little Mermaid, Pinocchio, The Night Before Christmas and The Three Musketeers. It is better though than The Jungle King and Anastasia. I am well aware from the word new in the title that this was not an adaptation of Beatrix Potter's timeless story, and I wasn't expecting that. And The New Adventures of Peter Rabbit certainly has its good points. The animation is mostly bright and colourful, especially the background art. The music is really lovely, the title song is very catchy and helped by the cheery vocals while the classical music choices, including Dvorak's Humoreske, Offenbach's Can Can, Mendelssohn's Midsummer Night's Dream Scherzo, Rossini's Largo Al Factotum, and Borodin's Polotsvian Dances, are well chosen. There were also some little quirks I liked, such as Peter's ear twitching when he lied, Peter's little patter song in the garden and the "you're a liar" bickering exchange. However, the character designs could have done with being less crude sometimes, and the voice acting was mixed, the rabbit that sounded that Christine Cavanaugh was quite nice but I personally would have preferred a younger-sounding voice for Peter. The dialogue has its witty parts but I would have loved to have seen a little more of the simple charm and childhood innocence that made Beatrix Potter's original stories such a delight, that way for a character that originated from her Golden Films would have stuck to her storytelling in spirit. The story is sweet but also too thin with scenes in the middle that seemed rather padded out. So all in all, disappointing but not bad still. 5/10 Bethany Cox

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