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Enter the land of Tinker Bell and her four best fairy friends.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Tinker Bell (voice)
Rosetta (voice)
Iridessa (voice)
Silvermist (voice)
Fawn (voice)
Fairy Mary (voice)
Terence (voice)
Clank (voice)
Bobble (voice)
Vidia (voice)
Queen Clarion (voice)
Loreena McKennitt ...
Narrator (voice)


Enter the land of Tinker Bell and her four best fairy friends.

Plot Summary | Plot Synopsis


Enter the world of fairies.


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Release Date:

28 October 2008 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

The Tinker Bell Movie  »

Box Office


$48,000,000 (estimated)

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1.78 : 1
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Did You Know?


As a marketing tie-in with Southwest Airlines, a Boeing 737 was decorated and named "Tinker Bell One". Flight attendants wore fairy wings and awarded prizes to passengers in a Tinker Bell trivia competition. See more »


When Fairy Mary uses the abacus, she does so in entirely the wrong way, as she holds it with the wires running vertically, rather than horizontally. Despite this, the counters never seem to fall down. In addition, sometimes the abacus correctly has two sections but sometimes it only has one. See more »


Tinker Bell: Thanks Terence.
Terence: You know my name?
Tinker Bell: Well, sure. Why wouldn't I?
Terence: Well, I don't know. I'm just the dust keeper guy. I'm not exactly seen as the most important fairy in Pixie Hallow.
Tinker Bell: Terence... what are you talking about? You're probably the most important one there is. Without you, no one would have any magic! Why, your talent makes you who you are. You should be proud of it! I mean...
Terence: I am.
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Followed by The Pirate Fairy (2014) See more »


Fly With Me
Performed by Kari Kimmel
Produced and arranged by Jim Marr & Wendy Page
Courtesy of Disney Records
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User Reviews

Great movie for little girls
30 July 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

My 3 year old daughter absolutely adores this movie. In fact, she likes it better than many of the more highly touted Disney theatrical releases.

The character of Tinker Bell is truly charming, and in my opinion, much more enjoyable than the classical portrayal in Peter Pan. Sue me, I LIKE that Tink can speak. She's still gutsy, and independent, but in this movie has far better motivations for her actions than jealousy over Peter Pan.

All of the faeries' characterizations were entertainingly done, and I like that they all had their own "thing" going on. Other plus points include some really pretty animation (young girls in particular will love the eye-popping colors and the liberal use of sparkle) and a good overall message. Both my daughter and myself enjoyed the celtic-inspired score and tunes, so if your child likes different types of music other than just top 40 pop, she/he should enjoy this as well.

My only minor quibble is that at times the dialogue is a tad insipid and inane, and the over-use of the term "Sweetie" when the faeries are addressing each other.

For a movie that was designed for the home DVD market, I think that this one delivers much more bang for your entertainment buck than many of the big budget theatrical releases.

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