When the compassionate animal-fairy, Fawn, befriends the sleepy furry giant called the NeverBeast, persuading Queen Clarion and the vigilant Scout Fairies of its kindness is easier said than done. Is the peaceful Pixie Hollow in danger?
In the kingdom of Atlantica where music is forbidden, the youngest daughter of King Triton, named Ariel, discovers her love of an underground music club and sets off to a daring adventure to bring restoration of music back to Atlantica.
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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
As a marketing tie-in with Southwest Airlines, a Boeing 737 was decorated and named "Tinker Bell One". Flight attendants wore fairy wings and awarded prizes to passengers in a Tinker Bell trivia competition. See more »
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 »
You know my name?
Well, sure. Why wouldn't I?
Well, I don't know. I'm just the dust keeper guy. I'm not exactly seen as the most important fairy in Pixie Hallow.
Terence... what are you talking about? You're probably the most important one there is. Without you, no one would have any magic! Why, your talent makes you who you are. You should be proud of it! I mean...
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i am obsessed with Tinkerbell too, just like other people who wrote comments. also i have read peter pan and researched into James Barrie's life for hours on end, but I still loved this movie. it was adorable and cute and even though they changed the feisty Tinkerbell that was, it was placed before peter pan. no, she can't talk in peter pan but it's probably because she is so small maybe human's couldn't hear her but since peter pan was magical he could hear her so they just didn't make her lines. no, it's not exactly what Barrie wrote but i still think he would be pleased with the movie. it was very creative and i loved it!
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