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My Little Pony: A Charming Birthday (2003)

Birthdays are big in the world of My Little Pony, and everyone gets in on the fun! And nothing's more fun than a surprise except a really, really big surprise! But that's the trouble. It's ... See full summary »

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Razzaroo (voice)
Tabitha St. Germain ...
Minty / Wysteria (voice)
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Sparkleworks / Rainbow Dash (voice)
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Kimono / Sweetberry (voice)
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Sunny Daze (voice)
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Birthdays are big in the world of My Little Pony, and everyone gets in on the fun! And nothing's more fun than a surprise except a really, really big surprise! But that's the trouble. It's birthday time for Kimono and it's really hard to surprise the wisest pony in all of Ponyville. In fact, nobody's ever done it! But Razzaroo, Minty, and all of their friends are sure going to try! Come along and meet all of our pony friends and see if they can finally surprise the most un-surpriseable pony in the land. With a little imagination and teamwork...and a little luck...they just might make this the most charming birthday Kimono has ever had! Written by Anonymous

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The DVD release came packaged in a box set with a storybook adaptation. See more »

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Spun-off from My Little Pony 'n Friends (1986) See more »

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A charming birthday indeed
5 May 2012 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I love animation and My Little Pony was a childhood favourite. Although I love Friendship is Magic, I am not a fan of the franchise at the moment but Friendship is Magic did prompt me to re-visit the older episodes and the recent direct to video releases. A Charming Birthday is charming indeed. It is not perfect, I would have loved for it to have been a little longer, some of the dialogue is a little overly-cutesy and corny and I have a love-hate relationship with Minty, sometimes she is cute and likable and others where she's annoying. However, when it comes to the other characters, Rainbow Dash and Kimono were my favourites, Kimono touched me a lot when she was thankful and Rainbow Dash has always been endearing. The animation is colourful and vibrant, the music is catchy and whimsical, the story is a little cheesy but cute and charming and the voice work is solid overall. In conclusion, charming and worth the look if you don't mind the cheesiness. 7/10 Bethany Cox


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