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Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Top 6 Most Popular Easter DVD Movies for Families

2011 Easter is just around the corner. Easter is, in many ways, two holidays. The anniversary Easter bunny and the Easter eggs would again appear before us. So many things we could do to celebrate the Easter festival: go to church, play Easter egg games, eat boiled Easter eggs, eat home cooked food and spend time with family. If you just want to stay at home with your family members to celebrate the Easter or you want to teach something to your kids about children, maybe some movies may add the festival atmosphere to create a happier holiday for you.

There are so many Easter movies you can watch. Here I have listed some top 6 most popular Easter DVD movies for you to choose from. You can select the one that meets your desires the most. Simply with your home theatre system like DVD player or computer, you can have a fantastic Easter holiday.

1. It's the Easter Beagle, Charlie Brown (DVD) (1974)

No holiday is complete without the Peanuts. Charles Schultz' Peanuts gang is getting ready for Easter. There are eggs to decorate and shopping trips to take, and of course Linus is telling anyone who'll listen about the Easter Beagle. Peanuts fans also get some fun glimpses of Woodstock and Snoopy in this springtime special.

2. Winnie the Pooh - Springtime with Roo (DVD) (2004)
It's springtime in the Hundred Acre Woods, Easter day is here, and everyone is excited. Even Rabbit is in festive spirits, but he's more interested in Spring Cleaning Day. Roo and the gang are crushed when Rabbit even goes so far as to declare that Easter is cancelled. Can Roo, Pooh, Piglet, and Tigger remind Rabbit of the fun of Easter and bring their favorite Easter Bunny back?

3. Here Comes Peter Cottontail: The Movie (DVD) (2006)
Here Comes Peter Cottontail: The Movie is a full-length sequel to the classic 1971 Rankin/Bass television special. The sequel updates the original's stop-motion puppetry with CGI animation, and features the voice of Miranda Cosgrove. In the musical adventure, Peter Cottontail is trying to pull off Easter even as the Evil Irontail and Jackie Frost, the queen of winter, try to foil his favorite holiday.

4. The Great Easter Egg Hunt (DVD)
Whiskers, a confused stuffed bunny rabbit in this animated adventure, must lead Peter's other toys in a quest for a cure for their owner's illness, so the little boy will be up and around by Easter. As the relentlessly upbeat rabbit canvasses the town for help after recruiting Peter's Spanish-accented parrot, Carmen, he eventually encounters the actual Easter Bunny.

5. Yogi the Easter Bear (DVD) (1993)
It's Easter, and Yogi Bear is up to his old tricks stealing picnic baskets with his friend Boo Boo, and their antics don't bode well for the Easter Jamboree at Jellystone Park. Things get even worse when they find out that the Easter Bunny has been kidnapped, they must do everything they can to save him.

6. Easter Parade (DVD) (1948)
Don Hewes (Fred Astaire) is devastated when his dancing partner, Nadine Hale (Ann Miller), decides to break up their partnership to set out on her own. Determined to prove that he can succeed without her, Astaire confidently vows that he can pick any random chorus girl and make her a star. He picks Hannah Brown (Judy Garland), and the toe-tapping adventure begins. Full of song, dance, and fun, this oldtime classic will be an Easter treat forever. Even today's kids may enjoy that classic charm and appreciate the way films used to be.

To produce even happier Easter DVD movie enjoyment with these popular DVD movies, you can enjoy these Easter DVD movies on your mobile phones, or other portable players like iPod, iPad, etc. by using a DVD ripper to rip Easter DVD movies to videos. After ripping DVD to videos, then you can enjoy these Easter DVD movies anytime and anywhere just as you like.

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