A Mystery writer is not thrilled when she's assigned to write a children's book, "An Easter Bunny Puppy." Out of ideas, she asks her daughter for help. Meanwhile, her dog, RUSS, the ...
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Cliff De Young
A Mystery writer is not thrilled when she's assigned to write a children's book, "An Easter Bunny Puppy." Out of ideas, she asks her daughter for help. Meanwhile, her dog, RUSS, the narrator of the story, digs up a priceless Faberge egg buried in the woods and takes it home with him, unaware that he's trailing a thief who stole the egg.Written by
Not only is the movie's poster shown in the opening credits, but it's part of the story: Kristine DeBell's character, a mystery writer, gets a color printout (the movie's poster) of a children's book she needs to write titled, The Easter Bunny Puppy. And the dog (not puppy) in this movie comments that the puppy on the poster is too corny to be realistic. So the movie tries to be more grounded and less corny than its very own movie poster. See more »
In 1:23:45 of the movie there is a reflection of a crew member in the hallway to the right window room. See more »
We've watched it twice because my six yr old thinks it's hysterical that the dog sings about pooping out Easter bunnies. Possibly the worst movie I've ever seen. The second time I was forced to watch this I timed the horror scene where the mother and daughter dye eggs that lasts for over 5 minutes. 5 minutes of egg dying with 60's porn music in the background. Yep watched twice to hear the dog sing about poop.
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