The Velveteen Rabbit Dvd

The Velveteen Rabbit Dvd
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Live-action filmmaking mixes with imaginative animation in director Michael Landon Jr&39;s feature adaptation of author Margery Williams&39; beloved children&39;s book An energetic child with a vivid imagination Toby Morgan (Matthew Harbour) lives with his father (Kevin Jubinville) a successful businessman who seemed to shut down emotionally following the death of Toby&39;s mother When Toby is sent to spend the Christmas holidays with his loving but stern grandmother (Una Kay) he wanders through the lonely house until he eventually discovers the "magic attic" that was once his father&39;s childhood playroom There Toby is surprised to find that his mother left him a stuffed velveteen rabbit -- her final gift to her beloved son Hugging the rabbit close as he starts to cry the grieving boy watches in wonder as his tears magically bring the toy to life Before long Toby is frolicking in the enchanted attic with a whole new group of friends including the impetuous Horse (voiced by Tom Skerritt) and the wise but skittish Swan (voice of Ellen Burstyn) Toby&39;s one wish is to spend Christmas with his father and Rabbit&39;s one wish is to someday hop across the fields as a real rabbit Later when Toby falls seriously ill the courageous Rabbit helps him to win over his grandmother and make a full recovery When Toby&39;s father returns in time for Christmas the power of the young child&39;s love grants the Velveteen Rabbit its one true wish