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My Little Pony: A Very Pony Place (2006)

Come back, Lily Lightly:When Lilly Lightly is embarrassed when her horn glows for no reason, she runs away but soon learn that her horn makes her special. Two For the Sky: When two ponies ... See full summary »

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Minty / Wysteria (voice) (as Kitanou St. Germain)
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Pinkie Pie (voice)
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Tra La La (voice)
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Tiddlywink (voice)
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Zipzee (voice)
Kathleen Barr ...
Sweetberry / Puzzlemint (voice)
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Rainbow Dash / Sparkleworks (voice)
Tracey Moore ...
Cheerilee (voice)
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Firefly (voice)
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Star Flight / Heart Bright (voice)
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Lily Lightly (voice)
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Sunny Daze (voice)
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Rarity / Unicorn #1 (voice)
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Come back, Lily Lightly:When Lilly Lightly is embarrassed when her horn glows for no reason, she runs away but soon learn that her horn makes her special. Two For the Sky: When two ponies want to fly ,they get what they want ,but flying is a little too much for them. Positively pink: when pinkie pie has a birthday, the ponies want to throw her a party. But will Pinkie pie find out? Find out in this CD.

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Two For the Sky
Music by Terry Sampson
Lyrics by Lorraine Feather
Performed by Anna Cummer
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Somewhat standard but very cute with good lessons
1 May 2012 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I loved My Little Pony as a child, and as a 20-year old I have started re-visiting various childhood favourites and any recent incarnations. A Very Pony Place is not quite as good as Princess Promenade, but it is one of the better direct-to-video/DVD efforts that isn't the original series/movies/specials. The animation is very nice especially in the colours, the scoring has an appealing whimsy and the songs are memorable enough and catchy(even if none of them are among the best songs I have ever made). The writing is not too corny or sickly sweet, instead manages to be sweet and lively, the morals are good, especially the dreams are often better left as dreams and while standard fare the three stories are cute and engaging, with the second story being the best one. The characters while not exactly unique in personality are still likable, and the voice talent is enthusiastic. All in all, cute with good lessons. 9/10 Bethany Cox


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