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The Tale of the Bunny Picnic by Jim Henson Home Entertainment [video]
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Amazon.com (ISBN 076782900X, VHS Tape)Jim Henson's last directorial production aimed squarely at children is this delightful 50-minute show about a bunny who cried "dog." Little Bean Bunny always wants to make an impression on his family and his jovial bunny community. When he encounters a daffy dog bent on chasing rabbits (voiced by Henson), his stories only bemuse everyone; they'd rather prepare for the upcoming spring festival. Escaping into a rich fantasy life, Bean soon overcomes his fears and then finds practical ways to be a hero for a day. Jam-packed with music, The Tale of Bunny Picnic illustrates the enormity of Henson's vision in presenting multiple Muppet-like characters on screen at one time; there's a real sense of community. A cousin to his Fraggle Rock programs, this show will appeal to all folks age 3 and up. --Doug Thomas
(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:12:15 -0400)
Join the Muppet Bunnies for their annual Bunny Picnic. Bean, a young imaginative bunny wanders into the lettuce patch where he encounters the grumpy old farmer's junkyard dog. Bean runs and warns the others, but they don't believe him. Undaunted, Bean helpd the Muppet Bunnies in a big way.
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