Dot promises a mother kangaroo that she will find her lost joey. An orphaned rabbit overhears this promise and pretends to be a kangaroo because he wants a mom. Dot and the rabbit travel through the Australian outback and learn a lot about different kinds of animals.
Brett Erik Johnson
Did You Know?
The plot of the film is somewhat confusing as Dot is still searching for the Kangaroo's missing joey despite having previously achieved this goal in "Dot and Santa Claus". See more
Dot's eyes keep appearing twice regardless of the position of her head when she is shaking it at the crocodiles. See more
Rabbits are important. What about Easter time? Whenever you think of Easter, you think of the Easter bunny.
Near the end of the song "Roaming Free", a second of this film was cut possibly due to an inappropriate image. However, a freeze frame was used on a picture of a flower, which the freeze frame saved the song from being mutilated. See more
The Postman of the Birds
Lyrics by A.B. 'Banjo' Paterson
Music by Bob Young
Sung by Barbara Frawley
, Ross Higgins
and Robyn Moore See more