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Barbie: Fairytopia (2005)

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In Fairytopia's Magic Meadow, the beautiful sprite, Elina, longs for a sparkling set of wings. When the evil Laverna weakens all flying creatures, Elina must find the Guardian Fairy, Azura. Can a single little fairy thwart Laverna's plans?


Walter P. Martishius, William Lau (co-director)





Cast overview:
Kelly Sheridan ... Elina / Mermaid #2 (voice)
Lee Tockar ... Bibble / Fungus / Happy Trolls (voice)
Tabitha St. Germain ... Dandelion / Topaz / Mermaid #1 (voice)
Kathleen Barr Kathleen Barr ... Laverna / Pixie #2 / Pixie #4 (voice)
Venus Terzo ... Azura (voice)
Chiara Zanni ... Dahlia / Pixie #3 (voice)
Mark Oliver ... Hue (voice)
Alessandro Juliani ... Prince Kai (voice)
Michael Dobson ... Quill / Amythyst (voice)
Scott McNeil ... Ruby (voice)
Brian Drummond ... Larkspur (voice)
Britt McKillip ... Pixie #1 (voice)
Nancy Sorel ... Pixie #5 / Enchantress (voice)


In the enchanting world of Fairytopia, at the colourful Magic Meadow, the beautiful but wingless sprite, Elina, lives in a hospitable flower along with her companion, Bibble, the puffball. Longing to have a sparkling set of wings just like her fairy-friend, Dandelion, Elina discovers that the wicked Laverna has weakened all flying creatures in her magical land, and now, they are unable to fly. To save the beloved Fairytopia, Elina must summon up the courage to find the Guardian Fairy, Azura; however, can a single little fairy without wings thwart Laverna's plans? Written by Nick Riganas

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According to Laverna there are seven regions in Fairytopia. See more »


While Laverna is explaining her plan on the chalkboard, only Ruby, Topaz and a green fairy are in the room; she turns away and when it cuts back, all, except Azula, are there. See more »


Followed by Barbie Presents: Thumbelina (2009) See more »

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for a movie made to sell toys...
16 May 2005 | by spooky_trixSee all my reviews

This movie isn't actually as bad as you would think. I dreaded this movie all the way home from the video store (where my 2 year old insisted that we rent this movie), thinking a movie about barbie has got to be horrible. But I was pleasantly surprised. The movie actually follows somewhat of a coherent plot. The animation is above average for these direct to video movies. The characters are of course beautiful, but they are also pretty well fleshed out for a 60 minute long movie. Of course after seeing this my daughter wanted to immediately run out and buy an Elina doll. However, for those of you who aren't excited about buying Barbie dolls due to the sexist and perfectionist attitude taken making the dolls can rest assured that the dolls are at least mythical fairies, and therefore can't help being perfect. Or whatever, just buy your daughter the dolls already. Okay so maybe the movie did make me want to buy the dolls, but like I said it was a pretty good movie for what it is!

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8 March 2005 (USA) See more »

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