Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child: Season 3, Episode 8

The Princess and the Pauper (21 Feb. 2000)

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The classic tale of royal and peasant changing identities , but leaving the boys at home. This feminist makeover in the kingdom of Peachburg teaches the time-honored virtue of treating ... See full summary »

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Julian Andrews (voice)
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King Maynar (voice)
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The classic tale of royal and peasant changing identities , but leaving the boys at home. This feminist makeover in the kingdom of Peachburg teaches the time-honored virtue of treating everyone with equal respect and courtesy -- regardless of their social status, education or upbringing. Written by Gael MacGregor

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