In her first animated musical featuring seven original songs, Barbie comes to life in this modern re-telling of a classic tale of mistaken identity and the power of friendship. Based on the story by Mark Twain, Barbie as The Princess and The Pauper features Barbie in an exciting dual role as a princess and a poor village girl - two girls who look amazingly alike. The girls' paths are fated to cross when Princess Anneliese is captured and Erika, her look-alike, must try to save her. Can Erika pretend to be the Princess and foil her captor, the evil Preminger? And what of the handsome King Dominick, who falls in love with Erika, mistaking her for Princess Anneliese? In this magical musical performance, two beautiful, adventurous girls dare to follow their dreams and discover that destiny is written in a very special place: your heart.
Adam Fenton and Janine McGoldrick
Singing in her first movie musical
28 September 2004 (USA)
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Also Known As:
Barbi: Princesha dhe e varfëra
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This is the first in a series of Barbie movies that is an original musical. See more
Wolfie is a male calico cat. Calico cats are almost 100% female cats. In the very rare cases which there is a male calico cat it's due to a genetic disease and they are sterile so he couldn't reproduce with Serafina.
However, according to other sources, all but about one in three thousand could still produce kittens. Wolfie just wouldn't be able to produce a male calico kitten. See more
Long ago and far away in a village high on a mountaintop, something amazing was occurring. At the very same moment, two identical baby girls were born. One, a baby princess. The King and Queen were overjoyed. Princess Anneliese would have only the finest. The second baby girl was named Erika. Her parents loved her every bit as much as the King and Queen loved the Princess, but they worried. They were so poor. How would they be able to care for their little daughter? Many years ...
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Version of The Prince and the Pauper
How Can I Refuse?
Composed by Megan Cavallari
Lyrics by Amy Powers
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