In her first animated musical featuring seven original songs, Barbie comes to life in this modern re-telling of a classic tale of mistaken identity and the power of friendship. Based on the story by Mark Twain, Barbie as The Princess and The Pauper features Barbie in an exciting dual role as a princess and a poor village girl - two girls who look amazingly alike. The girls' paths are fated to cross when Princess Anneliese is captured and Erika, her look-alike, must try to save her. Can Erika pretend to be the Princess and foil her captor, the evil Preminger? And what of the handsome King Dominick, who falls in love with Erika, mistaking her for Princess Anneliese? In this magical musical performance, two beautiful, adventurous girls dare to follow their dreams and discover that destiny is written in a very special place: your heart. Written by
Adam Fenton and Janine McGoldrick
Singing in her first movie musical
28 September 2004 (USA)
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Also Known As:
Barbi: Princesha dhe e Varfëra
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Did You Know?
This is the first in a series of Barbie movies that is an original musical. See more
Near the end of the movie as Erika's leaving on a horse she's wearing her old dress. When she returns she has the dress she borrowed on. No bag was shown attached to the horse's saddle for her to carry it in. Even if there was a bag the dress would have been too bulky to fit in it. Folding it wouldn't have helped. See more
[Looking at himself in a mirror
Is that really me, in there? Looking at me, out here? Lucky me!
"Live your dream" -Barbie See more
How Can I Refuse?
Composed by Megan Cavallari
Lyrics by Amy Powers
and Rob Hudnut See more