In this stirring tale of fear, faith, and the fight for freedom and security, a group of rabbits flee their doomed warren and face many dangers to find and protect... (more)
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Production work was begun by John Hubley, who died in 1977. Release date is for the United Kingdom; United States release was on November 1, 1978. Author Richard Adams downplayed the political... (more)
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|Comments By: Wolf62178|
I grew up watching this movie and I must say it is definately one of my favorites. There is some graphic violence that children should be made aware of, but as far as I'm concerned this is a great movie for people of all ages. I still love to watch... (read more)
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|Comments By: toonwizz|
This is with out a doubt, one of the finest non-Walt Disney animated films ever made. It rivals any prisoner escape movie that i can think of. It carries some violent realism that some might find harsh. Not a kiddie movie by any means. Brilliant storytelling... (read more)
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