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Release Date:
25 February 2014 (USA) See more »
Prince Derek and Princess Odette adopt a little girl named Alise. Then, Alise gets captured by a group of flying squirrels... See more » | Full synopsis »
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Doesn't have the same charm as the original trilogy. See more (7 total) »


James Arrington ... Chamberlain (voice)

Laura Bailey ... Odette (voice) (as Elle Deets)
Joel Bishop ... Speed (singing voice)

Jan Broberg ... Uberta (singing voice)
Carly Fogelson ... Alise
Julia Fogelson ... Little Girl Scullion

Darrel Guilbeau ... Father (voice)
Kathryn Hill ... Odette (singing voice)
Gardner Jaas ... Puffin
Clayton James ... Jean-Bob (voice)
Catherine Lavin ... Narrator / Bridget

David Lodge ... The Forbidden Arts

Yuri Lowenthal ... Derek (voice)

Julia Max ... Live action reference
Joseph Medrano ... Lord Rogers (voice)
Jeff Michaels ... Cutter

Christopher Robin Miller ... Cutter (singing voice)
Jennifer Miller ... Queen Uberta
Brian Nissen ... Brodie

Joe Ochman ... Mangler (as Joey Lotsko)
David Osmond ... Derek (singing voice)
Doug Stone ... Speed the turtle
Kirk Thornton ... Jojo

Psy ... Himself (uncredited)

Directed by
Richard Rich 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Brian Nissen  characters
Brian Nissen  screenplay
Richard Rich  characters
Richard Rich  story

Produced by
Jared F. Brown .... producer
Richard Rich .... producer
Rituraj Sethia .... executive producer
Vipul Valvi .... executive producer
Vishwas Valvi .... executive producer
Seldon Young .... executive producer
Seldon Young .... producer
Original Music by
J Bateman 
Jenny Frogley 
Film Editing by
Joe Campana 
Casting by
Bernie Van De Yacht 
Art Department
Manmath Matondkar .... set modeler and foliage artist
Mark Sonntag .... storyboard artist
Visual Effects by
Nitin Amin .... compositing lead
Partha Bhadra .... lighting sr. artist
Avijit Das .... character td
Souvik Dey .... lighting artist
Jagadeesh Gajapathy .... lighting lead: crest animation stuido (as Jagadeesh Gajapthy)
Sandeep Ghorpade .... lighting artist
Camy Kamani .... visual effects artist
Pranil Mahajan .... fx supervisor
Animation Department
Anirudh Iyer .... animation supervisor
Pankaj Jaiswal .... animator
Rahul Kumar .... animator
Mitesh Mhatre .... animator
Ananthaneni Venugopal .... Lighting supervisor
Editorial Department
Allyse Manoff .... digital intermediate producer
Music Department
James Schafer .... composer: additional music
Pieter A. Schlosser .... composer: additional music
Other crew
Vishal Mishra .... programmer: data saving

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Rated PG for mild peril.
80 min

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Was made on a budget of $30 million.See more »
Errors made by characters (possibly deliberate errors by the filmmakers): Odette's eyes change shape and color in a few scenes, when they're not supposed to.See more »
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1 out of 1 people found the following review useful.
Doesn't have the same charm as the original trilogy., 1 January 2015
Author: Shopaholic35 from Australia

The Swan Princess: A Royal Family Tale just doesn't have the same charm as the original Swan Princess trilogy. It all went downhill when they upgraded to CGI animation. Sometimes modern animation techniques can hurt a movie if it looks like the animators weren't even trying which is what happened here. Aside from the animation the story is not bad. I would describe it as cute but there isn't too much substance or emotion. There were a few moments when the characters seemed to behave a little insensitively which seemed unnatural but it wasn't a big issue.

I also found it rather odd that they would break out in song at the weirdest moments. Sometimes you wouldn't have a song for ages and then all of a sudden you would have 3 in a row. Everything screamed lack of passion and laziness. It's a shame because The Swan Princess has such a legacy and the new instalments have lost what made them special.

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