Prince Charming

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Overview

On the eve of his wedding, medieval Prince John Sean Maguire, known as "Prince Charming" to his friends, is caught in a compromising situation with an alleged damsel in distress. As punishment for his indiscretion, John and his lackey Rodney Martin Short, a wannabe wizard, are subjected to a "frogging" -- that is, they are transformed into frogs, and doomed to remain that way forever unless John can persuade a beautiful maiden to give him a kiss. Through a wrinkle in time, the amphibious John and Rodney find ...
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Overview

On the eve of his wedding, medieval Prince John Sean Maguire, known as "Prince Charming" to his friends, is caught in a compromising situation with an alleged damsel in distress. As punishment for his indiscretion, John and his lackey Rodney Martin Short, a wannabe wizard, are subjected to a "frogging" -- that is, they are transformed into frogs, and doomed to remain that way forever unless John can persuade a beautiful maiden to give him a kiss. Through a wrinkle in time, the amphibious John and Rodney find themselves in 21st century Manhattan, where, miraculously, our heroes are restored to their human selves when John is kissed by a flamboyant actress named Margo Bernadette Peters. But there's still one more proviso to the frogging curse: In order to remain a human, John must get Margo to marry him. Alas, John isn't in love with Margo, but instead is enamored of a young lady named Kate Christina Applegate -- the living image of the Prince's long-ago sweetheart Princess Gwendolyn also Christina Applegate. Meanwhile, Rodney has issues with his own lady love, Margo's wardrobe mistress Serena Andrea Martin. Filmed in 2001 and subsequently released overseas, Prince Charming finally made its American TV debut on July 13, 2003, via the TNT cable network.
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Special Features

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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/5/2012
  • UPC: 883929243594
  • Original Release: 2003
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  • Source: Warner Home Video
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Subtitled
  • Time: 1:31:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 50,679

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Christina Applegate
Billy Connolly
Sean Maguire Prince Charming
Andrea Martin
Bernadette Peters
Martin Short , Rodney
Technical Credits
Allan Arkush Director
Trysha Bakker Costumes/Costume Designer
Lisa Coleman Score Composer
John Dondertman Production Designer
John Duffy Editor
Lisa Freiberger Casting
Robert Halmi Sr. Producer
Robert Halmi Jr. Executive Producer
George Horie Producer
Jamie Anderson Cinematographer
Wendy Melvoin Score Composer
Matthew O'Connor Producer
James Oswald Art Director
Doug Palau Teleplay
Mark Ricker Art Director
Martin Walters Producer
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Prince Charming
1. Princely Wedding Day [4:36]
2. Love or Gibberish? [3:16]
3. Ring That Bell [2:44]
4. Frogged! [4:58]
5. 500 Years Later [3:24]
6. Kiss Me, Kate [3:08]
7. Margo Makes Magic [5:36]
8. Princess Driver [3:30]
9. Damsel In Distress [3:44]
10. Coin of the Realm [3:18]
11. The Only Certainty [2:49]
12. Swordplay's the Thing [5:08]
13. Historic News [2:46]
14. Clothes Make the Men [2:57]
15. Instant Connections [4:15]
16. That's Not Our Bottom [4:26]
17. Go For It, Mercutio [5:35]
18. A Night to Score [2:07]
19. Troth Refused [2:54]
20. A Little Encouragement [4:17]
21. A Fair Likeness [3:48]
22. Under a Spell [3:44]
23. There Is My Queen [3:39]
24. True Love [3:03]
25. End Credits [1:00]
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    What a great 'older kids' family movie!

    Aside from the implied 'wenching' in the beginning of the movie, this film works great for families with a variety of aged children. I watched it with my 13-yr old daughter and she was in hysterics! Her repeated mantra was that we needed to purchase it for her siblings to enjoy. It is certainly a fun twist on a classic tale and I would recommend this movie.

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