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Consisting of lighter and sweeter toddler versions of Bugs, Daffy, Tweety, Sylvester, Taz, and the additional character Lola, the Warner Bros. team for the preschool set gets together for the movie Baby Looney Tunes' Eggs-Traordinary Adventure. When Granny reads the kids a story about the Easter season, they are all excited to get candy from the Bunny on Easter morning -- all except for Daffy, who doesn't believe in the Easter Bunny. Bugs then gets the kids together to search for the Easter Bunny in order to prove Daffy wrong.
The day before Easter, Granny reads the story of the Easter Bunny to her young Looney Tunes charges with predictable reactions: cynic Daffy scoffs at the notion; Sylvester, Tweety, Taz, and Lola are entranced; and Bugs is on the fence. A prolonged argument ensues, and during naptime the four youngest sneak out to search for the egg-bearing bunny. Thoughtful Bugs paints rocks to placate the younger ones, but on Easter morning all is well when the real Easter rabbit delivers the goodies. This hour-long movie is loaded with cheery songs, pastel colors, and a surprising number of teaching moments. With the exception of the ornery Daffy, this little band really watches out for one another. The DVD contains two additional 11-minute spring-themed episodes, a couple minute-long music videos, and Easter activities accomplished by using the remote arrow buttons.