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None. Just some kissing at the end.

Wicked witch Odelia gives baby princess Felicity "the gift of death", and says that the princess will once a time prick her finger on the spindle of a spinning wheel and die. Primrose decides to change the curse.

Felicity pricks her finger on the said spindle, and we see a blood drop on the finger. And she falls asleep.

Primrose makes all other people on the castle to sleep for 100 days and 1 day, and then becomes turned into a rose due to loss of power.

A prince and his horse get swallowed by a crumbling ground. It is implied that they would have died because of the fall.

A giant attempts to crush prince Richard and his horse to death. Richard uses his sword constantly on the giant. No blood.

Odelia attempts to attack Richard with various curses. Primrose the fairy (turned into a rose) sacrifices herself to kill Odelia.

Despite Odelia's wicked appearances, and several dramatic sequences related to princess Felicity and some other characters, this animated film is perfectly suitable for children.



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