The First Easter Rabbit: Did you know that without the help of Santa Claus, there might not be an Easter Bunny at all? That's the sweetly surprising story told in this animated family favorite from Rankin-Bass Productions that has enchanted generations. Academy Award winner Burl Ives narrates and Robert Morse, Stan Freberg and Paul Frees provide character voices in a fanciful, tuneful and color-splashed tale. Stuffy the Rabbit is a cuddly toy who magically comes to life and journeys to Easter Valley, an enchanted realm where it's always springtime, even though it's not far from Santa's house. From there, the Bunny hopes to bring the first-ever basket of Easter goodies to children. But a cold-hearted ice creature named Zero refuses to allow such happiness. If he has his way, he'll freeze out Easter celebrations forever! Yogi the Easter Bear: Yogi Bear and his pal Boo-Boo live in Jellystone Park, where they constantly sneak behind the back of Ranger Smith to steal picnic baskets from unsuspecting vacationers. In this Easter Special, the Easter Bunny has been captured by some crooks who want to spoil the holiday. Can Yogi and Boo-Boo rescue the Bunny before the Ranger sells them to the Siberian Circus? A holiday adventure for the whole family. The Easter Bunny is Comin' To Town: The Easter Bunny is Comin' to Town is a Rankin and Bass holiday classic (originally produced in 1977) featuring stop motion animation and narrated by the legendary Fred Astaire. The feature is a fun, playful, retro 50-minute Easter story with an uplifting message that teaches kids about the origins of Easter traditions such as Easter Egg Hunts, Egg Rolling Contests and Easter Bonnets.