Saturday, April 3, 2010

Here Comes Peter Cottontail: MOVIE Review & Giveaway!!


In celebration of Easter weekend, I would like to highlight a classic movie: Here comes Peter Cottontail! This is a classic spring time movie starring the famous bunny, Peter. This is a fun movie about who is going to be the best bunny chosen to deliver the Easter eggs to everyone. Peter Cottontail is highly recommended by the retiring chief bunny, but Irontail, his archrival, would like to have a challenge. Irontail proproses to have a race to see who can deliver the most eggs. Setting Peter up for failure, Irontail gives the morning rooster something to make wake up time delayed~ or not at all. This bad scheme keeps Peter sleeping and Irontail gets out to deliver the eggs. Irontail doesn't have much luck with people accepting his eggs, but he does get one egg delivered. With Peter oversleeping and missing his opportunity to prove himself, what will happen next?
My kids and I enjoyed this movie classic and we recommend it for your family. This DVD is remastered in High-Definition for better viewing. The DVD includes fun songs, including "Peter Cottontail." Voices by all-time favorite TV personalities: Vincent Price, Casey Kasem, and Danny Kaye.
SRP: $9.93
iTunes: $7.99
WIN IT!
You have the opportunity to win Here Comes Peter Cottontail from Classic Media! This contest is open to those in the United States and will end on April 12th, 2010 at midnight. To enter, leave a comment sharing how your family celebrates Easter (if you don't celebrate, share what you like to do in the spring).
**For extra chances you can: blog this contest, add my button to your site, subscribe to my blog, twitter and/or become a fan on facebook, and/or visit everyday and add another friendly comment about another children's book you enjoy with your kids. Lots of chances to win! Don't forget to put the extra comments for the "extra" work. Good luck!**
This post was written for Family Review Network as part of a program for Classic Media, who supplied the Body Wash and Soap for review. I was not compensated for my time or written review.

15 comments:

TopazTook said...

I remember that movie from when I was a kid!

We celebrate Easter by dying eggs, finding at least one egg hunt to attend, getting a new Easter dress made by Grandma, having a basket from the Easter bunny, making resurrection rolls to include with our Easter dinner and, of course, attending church!

TopazTook said...

I subscribe to your feed.

Molomatic said...

We celebrate by having an Easter brunch with 4 other families. So much fun! I always make a blueberry french toast dish, yum!

Molomatic said...

I subscribe to your RSS feed!

Molomatic said...

i follow you on Twitter @ molomatic

Molomatic said...
This comment has been removed by the author.
Molomatic said...
This comment has been removed by the author.
Molomatic said...

I have your button on my blog!

http://onegratefulmama.blogspot.com/

(sorry about the earlier deleted comments. For some reason my comments posted twice yesterday)

Kristie said...

We celebrate Easter by having an Easter egg hunt in the morning, then going to church and finishing the day with family.

khmorgan_00 [at] yahoo [dot] com

Kristie said...

I'm a subscriber.

khmorgan_00 [at] yahoo [dot] com

Kristie said...

Your button is in my sidebar.

khmorgan_00 [at] yahoo [dot] com

Molomatic said...

We like all of the family holiday classics. My daughter is still into Frosty the Snowman even though it's April!

molomatic (at) gmail

Katrina said...

We celebrate Easter with Bible stories and remembering what it is all about. We also have a ton of fun coloring eggs and having egg hunts and of course a ham dinner!!!


Katrina
tinymansmom@sbcglobal.net
www.proverbs-31-wife.blogspot.com

Molomatic said...

I was checking out the Classic Media website and found that they have a bunch of our favorite family movies. We love their Christmas ones including Rudolph.

Molomatic said...

I found another one of our family favorites on the Classic Media website - Where's Waldo?

I love these books and now my daughter loves them too. We can both look at the pictures for hours and always find something new. So fun! I was entertained to see that there is now a Where's Waldo game for the Wii. :-)