Sensitive young Toby is deeply saddened when his doted father John, who buried himself in work when widowed, dumps the boy for weeks, including Christmas, on his stern old mother, grim widow Ellen. Beside the stuck-up lady's driver-butler Henry, Toby finds comfort only with a velveteen cuddly rabbit and other animal toys in his father's childhood room, which come to life in his mind when he plays with them. Drama over rabbit and boy stirs crucial emotions in both family and fantasy toy land.Written by
This is the first, and as of now, only title from Feature Films for Families to nationally distributed on home video by the another distributor. See more »
[sound of train station noises and chatter]
[staring at train]
Toby. Stay with me.
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At the very end of the closing credits, a promo for Feature Films for Families is shown with its website familytv.com (now discontinued). It is placed there to remind the theater goers that don't like this film, you can get the free DVD through its website (just pay shipping & handling), through the movie's "Producer's Guarantee". See more »