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Barbie as the Island Princess (2007)

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Marooned on an idyllic islet, the beautiful young woman, Ro, sees her world turn upside down, when an adventurous prince takes her and her furry friends to explore civilisation. Could Ro be Rosella, the missing Island Princess?


Greg Richardson





Cast overview, first billed only:
Kelly Sheridan ... Ro / Rosella (voice)
Melissa Lyons Melissa Lyons ... Rosella (singing voice)
Alessandro Juliani ... Prince Antonio (voice)
Christopher Gaze Christopher Gaze ... Sagi (voice)
Steve Marvel ... Azul / Minister (voice)
Susan Roman ... Tika (voice)
Garry Chalk ... Frazer / Calvin (voice)
Russell Roberts Russell Roberts ... King Peter (voice)
Patricia Drake Patricia Drake ... Queen Danielle / Mama Pig (voice)
Bets Malone Bets Malone ... Tallulah (voice)
Britt McKillip ... Rita (voice) (as Britt Mckillup)
Carly McKillip ... Gina (voice) (as Carly Mckillup)
Chantal Strand ... Sofia (voice)
Andrea Martin ... Queen Ariana (voice)
Candice Nicole Candice Nicole ... Princess Luciana (voice)


Barbie plays Rosella in this new musical film. Shipwrecked as a child, Rosella grows up on the island under the watchful eyes of her loving animal friends. The arrival of Prince Antonio leads Rosella and her furry pals to explore civilization and ultimately save the kingdom by uncovering a secret plot. Written by Anonymous

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An Adventure Of A Lifetime Awaits You! See more »


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Did You Know?


Throughout the movie you can see ladies in the background who are Genevieve's sister from the 12 Dancing Princesses. They even wear the same dresses. See more »


Throughout the movie, Luciana's long purple hair ribbon with bows disappears and reappears in between some shots. See more »


Ro: Who are you?
Prince Antonio: Who are *you?*
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Followed by Barbie Mariposa and Her Butterfly Fairy Friends (2008) See more »


Here On My Island
Performed by Melissa Lyons, Steve Marvel, Christopher Gaze and Susan Roman
Music by Megan Cavallari
Lyrics by Amy Powers and Rob Hudnut
© 2007 Mattel Rhapsody (ASCAP) and Songs of Mattel (BMI)
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20 September 2008 | by tedgSee all my reviews

I came to this because I had a bad experience watching the Disney "Cinderella," and wondered at what passed for acceptable these days. I chose what I thought would be the gene with the lowest standards. I picked wrong. I should have gone with preteen boy anime, because this is pretty darn good.

The animation is actually good. The rendering isn't naturalistic, but since this is supposed to be a doll, its apt. What struck me was how natural the movements of the princess (played by Barbie) were. I think this must have been a marketing decision, because if I recall the doll itself is stiff. The decision to have the girl play with what could be sold as stuffed animals also clearly influenced the story.

The story itself was pretty standard; one arc but with enough elaboration to qualify as long form.

But what made this stand out was the music. This was actually a very professional assembly, on the order of production values every bit as good as your standard Broadway musical. Naturally, the songs are pulled from that formula book. There's nothing to get excited about in terms of depth; its just that this was not taken lightly. The little girls who watch this, at least get the respect of not being taken for granted.

Ted's Evaluation -- 2 of 3: Has some interesting elements.

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18 September 2007 (USA) See more »

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