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Barbie as Rapunzel
     

Barbie as Rapunzel

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Director: Owen Hurley, Kelly Sheridan, Anjelica Huston

Cast: Owen Hurley, Kelly Sheridan, Anjelica Huston

 

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A beloved fairy tale gets a whole new look in this computer-animated feature for the whole family. The world's best-loved fashion doll, Barbie (voice of Kelly Sheridan) stars as Rapunzel, a lovely girl with beautiful golden hair who is locked in a tower by a wicked witch (voice of Anjelica Huston). However, Rapunzel's gifts as an artist provide a key to her escape,

Overview

A beloved fairy tale gets a whole new look in this computer-animated feature for the whole family. The world's best-loved fashion doll, Barbie (voice of Kelly Sheridan) stars as Rapunzel, a lovely girl with beautiful golden hair who is locked in a tower by a wicked witch (voice of Anjelica Huston). However, Rapunzel's gifts as an artist provide a key to her escape, and to a better life with a handsome prince.

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Barnes & Noble - Donald Liebenson
Following her star turn in Barbie in the Nutcracker, the original American idol returns to the screen in this enchanting computer-animated romantic adventure. Barbie really lets her hair down as the fairy-tale princess, Rapunzel, who has been secreted from the world by the evil sorceress Gothel (regally voiced by Academy Award winner Anjelica Huston). Rapunzel's artistic imagination and adventurous spirit lead her outside the magic walls, where she meets Prince Stefan and helps bring peace to two feuding kingdoms, pitted against each other by the vengeful Gothel's trickery. Barbie's Rapunzel is a resourceful heroine, and she's aided by the requisite animal sidekicks, including Penelope, a dragon who discovers how mighty she can be when all seems lost. This contemporary twist on a classic fairy tale will captivate Barbie fans everywhere.

Product Details

Release Date:
11/16/2010
UPC:
0025192044083
Original Release:
2002
Rating:
NR
Source:
Universal Studios
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Wide Screen]
Sound:
[Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time:
1:24:00

Special Features

Rapunzel's Art Gallery; Dress-Up Rapunzel Game; The Artist in Me Documentary

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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Barbie as Rapunzel
1. Opening Credits/What Will I Paint? [3:12]
2. Long, Long Ago [5:11]
3. The Secret Staircase [7:27]
4. Into the Garden [2:13]
5. Hello Father [4:49]
6. Tell Me About the Village [1:24]
7. Did We Have a Nice Little Trip? [3:08]
8. Prince Stefan [3:44]
9. Constant as the Stars Above [3:55]
10. King Wilhelm Will Pay [2:26]
11. The Magic Paintbrush [6:25]
12. Invited to the Ball [5:03]
13. Getting Dressed [1:24]
14. Gothel's Fearsome Spell [3:35]
15. The Ball [3:16]
16. Not a Lying Heart [5:46]
17. King Against King [4:07]
18. Gothel in the Tower [4:56]
19. Reunited [1:18]
20. Paint What You Dream [3:57]
21. End Credits [:58]

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Barbie as Rapunzel 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
DarcyLizzy More than 1 year ago
Excellent movie and a different story than Disney's Tangled! If you've seen Tangled and so you think this is the same story, than think again because this is a different Rapunzel! In this story, Rapunzel has a magic art brush that can create whatever she wants, and it's quite an exciting twist! The Goethel story is just as disturbing in this movie as in Tangled, but it's handled better here as Goethel does not pretend to be her mother, but is an outright nasty witch who treats her like a servant. This is an excellent version of Rapunzel!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Guest More than 1 year ago
For those wishing to introduce their children to classical music this is a gentle and smart way. The score of music by Dvorak (rarely credited) is clever and left our girls asking for more! Lets hear it for the music too!
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Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie is great it takes you to another world where you can do anyrhing you imagine with a paintbrush great for all ages.