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Faeries (1999)

G | | Animation, Adventure, Family
Two children holidaying on a farm are transported to Fairyland but after one eats a charmed fairy-cake they are given three tasks to complete before they can return to their own world.

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Brigid (voice)
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The Shapeshifter (voice)
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The Fairy Prince (voice)
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Michael Burrell ...
Mr. Coombs / Fume (voice)
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Merrivale (voice)
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Princess Brigid (voice) (as Elizabeth Morton)
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Huccaby (voice)
Patrick Marlowe ...
Mone (voice)
Jessica Martin ...
Helen / Skrawk (voice)
Carley O'Neill ...
Nellie (voice)
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Tippycott (voice) (as Tracey-Ann Oberman)
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Broom (voice)
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Chudley (voice)
June Whitfield ...
Mrs. Coombs (voice)
Geoffrey Williams ...
George (voice)
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Two children holidaying on a farm are transported to Fairyland but after one eats a charmed fairy-cake they are given three tasks to complete before they can return to their own world.

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CGI Graphics+Animation=?
11 May 2000 | by (Boston, Ma) – See all my reviews

Short and not really that bad, though it's efforts to combine animation and CGI graphics are rather jarring and don't meld very well. Some talented actors are present (Jeremy Irons, etc.) and the story has it's little surprises. And it's short running time of about 80 minutes definitely helps. Still the good versus evil brothers plot and magic stones are getting awfully tired. It may appeal to young children.


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