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Disney Princess: A Christmas of Enchantment (2005)

All of Disney's most beloved princesses join together for one unforgettable enchanted evening in this release that offers the familiar holiday songs and stories with a few exciting ... See full summary »
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All of Disney's most beloved princesses join together for one unforgettable enchanted evening in this release that offers the familiar holiday songs and stories with a few exciting surprises. Ariel, Cinderella, Belle, Aurora, Jasmine, and Snow White are all here, and they've brought along a healthy dose of holiday cheer. If anyone can cheer up the grouchy Beast it's Belle, and after Ariel reads a touching tale about her first Christmas, Aurora offers her own unique interpretation of "Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy". Before the lights go out on this all-star holiday spectacular, all of the Disney princesses join together for an all-new song celebrating the magic of the Christmas season. Written by Anonymous

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1 November 2005 (USA)  »

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Disney Princess - Un Noël d'enchantement  »

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Jodi Benson isn't my Santa Claus.
31 December 2008 | by (Texas, United States) – See all my reviews

Well, this is what you get when Disney needs a quick $100. Its just a bunch of clips throw together with little original animation. And even the original animation looks like cardboard animation. Yet somehow, it doesn't come across as a surprise.

There is nothing much to discuss here. You have a bunch of Christmas clips from different Disney sequels and specials and you call it a DVD. I have seen better effort by rodeo clowns trying to ride wild horses. That isn't the best analogy, but it works for a shoddy piece like this.

You should not watch this unless you have the time to burn. And once you burn that time, you can never get it back. So do something else. "F"


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