Tinker Bell and the Great Fairy RescueDirector: Bradley Raymond
Disney fairy Tinker Bell is most well known as the friend and ally of Peter Pan, but in this CG adventure, we meet the pixie long before she knew Wendy or the Lost Boys. While summering in England, Tinker Bell meets her very first human, a little girl who believes in fairies, and who very much needs a friend. Tink may be small, but she soon learns that her big heart… See more details below
Disney fairy Tinker Bell is most well known as the friend and ally of Peter Pan, but in this CG adventure, we meet the pixie long before she knew Wendy or the Lost Boys. While summering in England, Tinker Bell meets her very first human, a little girl who believes in fairies, and who very much needs a friend. Tink may be small, but she soon learns that her big heart can help someone many times her size.
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- Walt Disney Video
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- [Wide Screen]
- [Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
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Cast & Crew
|Mae Whitman||Voice Only|
|Michael Sheen||Voice Only|
|Lucy Liu||Voice Only|
|Kristin Chenoweth||Voice Only|
|Raven Symone||Voice Only|
|Jesse McCartney||Voice Only|
1. Main Titles [3:52]
2. The Human House [4:13]
3. Fairies Welcome [5:29]
4. Captivity [4:33]
5. I Just Want to Be Your Friend [3:29]
6. Rescue Party [6:37]
7. Heading Home [6:54]
8. Fixing the Leaks [5:55]
9. Learning to Fly [5:52]
10. Fairies Are Real [4:33]
11. Saving Vidia [5:14]
12. End Credits [6:35]
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"Tinker Bell & the Great Fairy Rescue" is a good DVD for young viewers from the age of four to nine, or ten. If viewers have seen previous Tinker Bell movies they are sure to enjoy this latest adventure with the tiny fairy. There is plenty of suspense and mayhem to keep viewers enchanted. The storyline along with vibrant, brilliant color schemes and well-developed background scenes will delight and hold the attention of the youth. Cheese is back with his adorable self. When you see the flying scenes they are sure to make you feel like you are flying high with the protagonist. *Another fascinating "fairy" tale to behold.
My three year old granddaughter loves this movie. We also bought Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure for her fur she was totally uninterested in that movie. This one held her attention well and she has watched it several times.
one very seriously dumb long boring movie!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!