Enter the land of Tinker Bell and her four best fairy friends.

Director:

Bradley Raymond

Writers:

Jeffrey M. Howard (screenplay), Jeffrey M. Howard (story) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Mae Whitman ... Tinker Bell (voice)
Kristin Chenoweth ... Rosetta (voice)
Raven-Symoné ... Iridessa (voice)
Lucy Liu ... Silvermist (voice)
America Ferrera ... Fawn (voice)
Jane Horrocks ... Fairy Mary (voice)
Jesse McCartney ... Terence (voice)
Jeff Bennett ... Clank (voice)
Rob Paulsen ... Bobble (voice)
Pamela Adlon ... Vidia (voice)
Anjelica Huston ... Queen Clarion (voice)
Loreena McKennitt ... Narrator (voice)
Steve Valentine ... Minister of Spring (voice)
Kathy Najimy ... Minister of Summer (voice)
Richard Portnow ... Minister of Autumn (voice)
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Storyline

Carried by the wind deep in the heart of the enchanting Pixie Hollow in the island of Neverland, the beautiful newly born fairy, Tinker Bell, discovers that her destiny as a tinker is to repair all sorts of things under the ever-watchful Queen Clarion. However, as the rebellious Tinker Bell yearns to fly along with her sisters, Iridessa, Silvermist, Rosetta, and Fawn to the mainland, she will soon realise that the arrival of spring requires special skills, hard work, and above all, faith. Will a dash of pixie dust help Tinker Bell stay true to herself? Written by Nick Riganas

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Enter the world of fairies.


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Trivia

Mae Whitman replaced Brittany Murphy as the voice of Tinker bell. See more »

Goofs

When Fairy Mary uses the abacus, she does so in entirely the wrong way, as she holds it with the wires running vertically, rather than horizontally. Despite this, the counters never seem to fall down. In addition, sometimes the abacus correctly has two sections but sometimes it only has one. See more »

Quotes

Tinker Bell: Guess what? I've decided, I'm not gonna be a tinker fairy anymore.
RosettaIridessaSilvermistFawn: What?
Tinker Bell: Well, I was thinking. Why do I have to be a tinker? Just because some silly hammer glowed? I mean, who's to say it wasn't just some big mistake? Maybe I can just switch my talent!
Rosetta: Switch your talent? I don't know Tinkerbell.
Tinker Bell: If you could teach me your talent-any of them- maybe I can show the queen that I can work with nature too!*smacks bug, flicks it away* And then she'd let me go to the mainland for spring!
Rosetta: Oh Tinkerbell... ...
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Connections

Followed by Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure (2009) See more »

Soundtracks

To the Fairies They Draw Near
Written and Performed by Loreena McKennitt
Arranged and Produced by Joel McNeely
Courtesy of Walt Disney Records
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Sweet and charming CGI Disney movie
26 October 2008 | by StartingAllOver14See all my reviews

I saw this movie last Saturday when they showed it randomly on Disney Channel (in Norway) and I was pleasantly surprised. I've seen some trailers and clips from this movie and the animation looked quite good, so although my expectations weren't the highest, I still hoped that "Tinker Bell were going to be a watchable picture - which it turned out to be.

It's a shame that this film wasn't released on theaters, cause, like Brettster said, it was much better than Disney's recently theatrical releases ("Chicken Little", "The Wild") and a whole lot better than the previous "Peter Pan"-cartoon, "Return to Neverland".

Anyway, about the movie; It is very sweet in many ways. The mood is reminiscent at the Disney features from the 90's. The animation is absolutely beautiful and detailed and the delightful score (which is sometimes Irish inspired) provides the sweet, enchanting mood of the film. The characters are cute and adorable and the moral is a good one. The movie is a film that families can safely watch together.

And then there's the songs; "Tinker Bell" doesn't contain many songs, which is good, cause often the songs on Disney's non-theatrical releases are quite mediocre. While the songs on "Tinker Bell" aren't memorable, they are not disturbing neither and are quite all right.

So do your self a favor and check out "Tinker Bell"


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

28 October 2008 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

The Tinker Bell Movie See more »

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Box Office

Budget:

$50,000,000 (estimated)

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$9,199,510
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Technical Specs

Runtime:

(DVD)

Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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