Cartoon Characters, Cast and Crew for Easter Fever (1980)

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Easter Fever

Easter Fever

Easter Fever (1980) Animated Cartoon Special Easter Fever

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  • 1980
  • Animated TV Special
  • Nelvana Limited
  • TV Special
  • Cartoon Characters: Jack the Easter Bunny, Don Rattles, Steed Martin, Santa Claus, Baker, Madame Melegg, Aardvark, Scarlett O'Hare, Scrawny Chicken, Ratso Rat.
  • Vocal Talent: Garrett Morris (Jack), Maurice LaMarche (Don Rattles, Steed Martin), Chris Wiggins (Santa Claus, Baker), Jeri Craden (Madame Melegg), Jim Henshaw (Aardvark), Catherine O'Hara (Scarlett O'Hare), Melleny Brown (Scrawny Chicken), Larry Mollin (Ratso Rat), Don Ferguson (Announcer).

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Cartoon Summary:

It's 'hare-raising' news when the public learns that Jack the Easter Rabbit has decided to quit. A "Celebrity Roast" on the occasion of his retirement provides a 'quick-as-a-bunny' review of Jack's life that finally brings him face-to-face with the very last...  (more)

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Worthy Note: This cartoon marks the very first animated appearance of brilliant cartoon voice-over veteran Maurice LaMarche (The Brain from TV's "Pinky &...  (read more)

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