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The first wedding anniversary of Princess Odette and Prince Derek is distracted by field fires set by Knuckles. His master Clavius, wants to conquer the world, and he needs to capture a giant orb to do that. Clavius kidnaps Queen Uberta and Odette with Derek have to save her.Written by
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While the Prince is in the Quicksand, his quiver of arrows that he lost reappears then disappears. See more »
[walking into Uberta's cell, which Knuckles is redecorating]
What is this?
If I'm going to spend my birthday here, everything must be perfect!
Oh you're driving me nuts with this birthday thing!
[he pulls Knuckles away]
Let go of my servant!
[she grabs Knuckles and they fight over him]
Your servant? I taught him everything he knows! And furthermore, this ain't your castle Lady! Let go!
Lady? Your Highness is the proper way for one of your class to address one of mine!
Ow! Not so hard!
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nice. charming. for little children. or for who loves more than all memories of golden age. but like many second parts, it is only search to use a successful recipes. the result is not impressive. but boring. songs, story, evil wizard, funny animals, princess and his sacrifice for beloved husband are pieces from ordinaries puzzles. only the queen may be interesting appearances. but she is just spice. and not enough. and the error is to exploit a good story more that it is acceptable. slices of pink feelings, humor as protection circle, magic globe as prey, fight scenes as toasted images, delicate nuances and old formulas to create atmosphere and victory of good as fireworks are sweet but not more. a movie for joy of little children.
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