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The Easter Egg Adventure (2004)

In the middle of the night in EggTown, a mysterious figure sneaks into a bakery shop to steal some pastries. He is chased out, thanks in large part to the keen eye of Good Gracious ... See full summary »


Larry Hama (writing consultant), John Michael Williams (based on the book: "The Easter Egg Escapade") | 1 more credit »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Brooke Shields ... Horrible Harriet Hare (voice)
John Michael Williams John Michael Williams ... Big Boring Benedict Bunny (voice)
James Woods ... Grab Takit (voice)
Joe Pantoliano ... Terrible Timothy Takit (voice)
Nancy Kerrigan ... Bernadette Baker / Helen Hen (voice)
Sandra Bernhard ... Claralyne Cluck (voice)
Gary Littman ... Good Gracious Grasshopper (voice)
Rob Bartlett ... Boss Baker (voice)
Becca Lish ... Tiny Tessie (voice) (as Beca Lish)
Doug Preis Doug Preis ... Cookey Takit (voice)
Frank Simms ... Pinch (voice) (as Frank Sims)
Chris Phillips ... Sargeant O'Hare (voice)
Kevin Sylvan Kevin Sylvan ... Muck (voice)
Alexandra Williams Alexandra Williams ... Flora (voice)
Morgan Drucker Morgan Drucker ... Child #1 (voice)


In the middle of the night in EggTown, a mysterious figure sneaks into a bakery shop to steal some pastries. He is chased out, thanks in large part to the keen eye of Good Gracious Grasshopper, but not before his cloak is marked with some desert-like evidence. The thief is Terrible Timothy Take-It, and he scurries to his mother's home. Timothy's mother, Tiny Tessie, is asleep. He loves his mother and deep down yearns to be good, but circumstance has led Timothy down a slippery slope to mischief. He leaves the cloak behind, and the next day, wearing that same garment, Tessie wanders into the village to do her shopping. Seeing the evidence on Tessie's cloak, the townsfolk believe she is the thief. Coming to her rescue is Horrible Harriet Hare, a smart, lonely and occasionally over-bearing, schoolteacher. She convinces the townsfolk that Tiny Tessie, a frail, old hen, could not have been responsible for the break-in. The incident is forgotten, and the town prepares for its biggest day of... Written by First Look Media

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Animation | Family

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Rated PG for some scary situations and brief mild language | See all certifications »

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I Don't Know Which Way To Turn
Music & Lyrics by John Michael Williams
Produced by Dan Levine & David Mann
Performed by John Michael Williams
© John Michael Williams
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Not Worth Seeing
29 March 2005 | by tarbosh22000See all my reviews

I can see why "Easter Egg Adventure" didn't make it to theaters. I think it's the very poorly done animation. It looks unfinished and sloppy. "Lil' Pimp" looks better than this. The story is OK through. The voice cast is mediocre. James Woods does not have a big role in this. Joe Pantoliano does a decent job as Timmy. Brooke Shields and Gary Littman are very annoying as Ms. Hare and Gracious Grasshopper. The writing mostly consists of play on words for Rabbits and Chickens. The songs are also pretty weak too. The only saving grace in this mess are the funny close ups of the characters.

Definitely for little kids only.

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Release Date:

5 September 2004 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Easter Egg Escapade See more »

Filming Locations:

Kraków, Malopolskie, Poland

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital


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