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Princess Henrietta (Character)
from The Frog Prince (1988)

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Alternate Names:
Henrietta / Henriette

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  1. The Case Against Jill (2010) Played by Dee Wright (as Henrietta)

  2. Froschkönig (1988) Played by Jana Mattukat (as Henriette)
    ... aka "The Frog Prince" - USA (video title)
  3. The Frog Prince (1988) Played by Helen Hunt (as Henrietta)
  4. "Faerie Tale Theatre"
    ... aka "Shelley Duvall's Faerie Tale Theatre" - USA (alternative title)
        - The Princess Who Had Never Laughed (1986) TV episode, Played by Ellen Barkin
  5. The Princess Who Had Never Laughed (1984) (TV) Played by Ellen Barkin

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Quotes:
From The Frog Prince (1988)
Princess Henrietta: [King William talks to Henrietta about the ball] I don't know what you're so worried about. Take one look at me and that will be that.
Dulcey: And what about Zora?
Princess Henrietta: [scoffs] Zora a princess? Please.
King William: Well, she's such a child. She tries so hard and... well, she does adore you. Don't you care about her feelings?
Dulcey: Yeah, don't you?
Princess Henrietta: [smashes mirror and yells] Zora, Zora, Zora! Why is everyone always thinking about Zora?
[the king looks shocked]
Princess Henrietta: [in a calm voice] Of course. I care how she feels. And don't worry, when I'm princess, I'm still going to let her speak to me. But uncle, if you really cared, you wouldn't let her come at all, because the Baron's going to pick me and the poor little thing is just going to die.
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