Hello, my name is Charles and I’m here to review the movie In Search of Dr. Seuss. This movie was first released on November 6, 1994.
In this movie, we observe and learn the life and history of Dr. Seuss while experiencing some of the stories and characters he created.
The stories that are featured in this movie are The Sneetches,
Hunches in Bunches,
Horton Hatches the Egg,
And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street,
Yertle the Turtle,
The Cat in the Hat,
Green Eggs and Ham,
How the Grinch Stole Christmas,
The Butter Battle Book and Oh, The Places You’ll Go.
The cast of characters in this movie are Kathy Najimy as Kathy Lane (a reporter for the FernCrest Times),
Matt Frewer as Dr. Seuss’ Butler/The Cat in the Hat,
Cristopher Lloyd as Mr. Hunch (Hunches in Bunches),
Graham Jarvis as the Farmer (McElligot’s Pool),
Brady Bluhm as Marco (McElligot’s Pool),
J.D. Daniels as Marco (And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street),
Patrick Stewart as Sgt. Mulvaney (And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street),
Billy Crystal as Radio Voice aka The Voice of America (Hitler Lives),
Andrae Crouch as Yertle the Turtle (Yertle the Turtle),
Robin Williams as the Father (The Cat in the Hat),
Zelda Williams and Eleanor Columbus as the Daughters (The Cat in the Hat),
Howie Mandel as Sam-I-Am (Green Eggs and Ham),
Eileen Brennan as the Who-Villain (How the Grinch Stole Christmas) and Terry Lindholm as the Once-ler (The Lorax).
In conclusion, I found this movie to be extremely hilarious, wonderfully musical and highly educational. Thus I end this article with a quote from Dr. Seuss at the end of this movie. “I hope for the children a world of peace and that they never lose their sense of wonder and discovery. From there to here, from here to there. Funny things are everywhere.”