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King's Quest VII: The Princeless Bride (1994)

A princess feeling pressured to marry follows an image of a castle into a pond, ending up in another world. Her worried mother follows and the two uncover a plan that could destroy the strange realm and the people in it.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Maureen McVerry ...
Carol Bach y Rita ...
Valanice / Spike / Ceres / Clotho / Titania (voice)
Malicia / The Crystal Dragon / The Magic Statuette (voice)
Jesse Moises ...
Edgar / False Troll King / Black Dog (voice)
Denny Delk ...
King Otar Fenris III / Lord of the Trolls / Badger of the Jury / The Shrunken Head (voice)
Fred Barson ...
Jeffry O'Brien ...
Esther Hirsch ...
Joe Paulino ...
James Cranna ...
Don Robins ...
Brutus Bonecrusher / The Boogeyman / Borasco (voice)
Greg Walsh ...
Marcus Lewis ...
Male Mud Bath Troll 2 / Dr. Mort Cadaver (voice)
Toby Gleason ...
Attis / Ersatz DeFaux the Mock Turtle / Levanter (voice)


While Rosella listens to her mother Valanice talking to her about getting married, she sees a reflection of a castle in a pool and is magically transported to the land of Etheria, with her mother not too far behind, where every mystery they solve brings them closer to the fiery confrontation that determines the fate of an entire kingdom Written by <KQswst104@aol.com>

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Adventure | Fantasy

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23 November 1994 (USA)  »

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Attis was a Phrygian god of season-cycles, whose self-mutilation, death, and resurrection represented fall, winter, and spring. Ceres was a Roman goddess of grain and wheat, whose name (sometimes pronounced with k sound) has become the root of the English words cereal, kernel, and corn. See more »


Valanice tears her dress on a cactus and takes the piece of cloth that tore off. Afterwards the dress is intact. See more »


[after retrieving the "moon", Valanice is arrested and put on trial]
Arch-Duke Fifi le YipYap: Members of the jury, what is your verdict?
Arresting Badger Guard: On the charge of moon theft, we find her...
Jury: Guilty!
Arresting Badger Guard: On the charge of impersonating a Falderalian, we find her...
Jury: Guilty!
Arresting Badger Guard: On the charges of party crashing, sneaking, spying and appearing in public without fur, feather or scales, we find her...
Jury: Guilty! Guilty! Guilty!
Arch-Duke Fifi le YipYap: Valanice of Daventry, this is your sentence: you must spend the rest of your life in the jellybean mines in the faraway ...
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References To Tell the Truth (1956) See more »


Land Beyond Dreams
Sung by Debbie Seibert
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Very entertaining
4 August 2003 | by See all my reviews

I found this game at a library benefit sale for $3 (it was used). A very good deal for me. I was very entertained by the fantasy environment of this. It was a true escape from reality. Sure the graphics were quite cartoony. But nevertheless, I had a lot of fun with this. I recommend this to people who love a good challenge.

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