Cartoon Characters, Cast and Crew for The First Easter Rabbit (1976)

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The First Easter Rabbit

The First Easter Rabbit

The First Easter Rabbit (1976) Animated Cartoon Special

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  • 1976
  • Animated TV Special
  • Rankin-Bass Productions
  • TV Special
  • Cartoon Characters: The Great Easter Bunny, Stuffy, Flops, Zero, Spats, Whiskers, Glinda, Mother, Calliope, Bruce, Jonathan.
  • Vocal Talent: Burl Ives (The Great Easter Bunny (Narrator)), Robert Morse (Stuffy), Stan Freberg (Flops), Paul Frees (Zero, Spats), Don Messick (Whiskers, Jonathan), Dina Lynn (Glinda), Joan Gardner (Mother), Christine Winter (Vocalist).
  • Directed By Arthur Rankin Jr., Jules Bass.
  • Produced By Arthur Rankin Jr, Jules Bass.
  • Animated By Toru Hara, Tsuguyaki Kubo.
  • Written By Julian P. Gardner.

Additional Crew:

  • Sound: John Curcio, Don Halm, Dave Ireland, Tom Clack.
  • Post-Production Editing: Irwin Goldress.
  • Design: Paul Coker, Jr.

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Cartoon Summary:

Burl Ives narrates in a fanciful, tuneful and color-splashed tale of the first Easter rabbit, whose mission is to deliver specially painted eggs to good children....  (more)

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