Tinker Bell finds herself crossing into the Winter Woods. There she meets Periwinkle and together they find the magical powers that their wings obtain. They have to save the Pixie Tree from a dark winter, but something horrible happens to Tinker Bell, will the wing power fix it?
Mae Whitman (Tinkerbell) and Lucy Hale (Periwinkle) both played the younger sister of Jamie Sommers in Bionic Woman (2007). Lucy Hale took over the role when the first unaired pilot was revamped. See more »
In tinker Bell 1, after the talent ceremony, Tinker Bell is escorted to tinker's Nook. On the way to Tinker's Nook, they passed through Winter Woods and saw the Winter fairies come back from bringing Winter to the "Mainland", so all the rules about winter dating back from "before Tinker Bell" makes no sense. See more »
[Tinker Bell is hiding in a grass woven basket, ready to be picked up by the snowy owls, and Bobble and Clank are trying to distract Fairy Mary by staying close to the basket, looking sheepish]
Oh, we were just... seeing it off and uh...
Yeah, and we're just... sad to see it go...
[strokes and hugs the side of the basket]
Oh, for Heaven's sake! Let it GO!
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This is the story of a fairy that wants to go on the snowy side of the land. Fairies that live on the cold side cannot go on the warmer side of the fairy land and fairies on the warmer side cannot go on the cold side for safety reasons.
One of the fairies - Tinkerbell wants to go to the colder side and speak with the Keeper who wrote a book about fairy wings. She makes a winter outfit for herself and sneaks into a basket carried by winter owls over to the snowy side of the land.
The colors of the land are created beautiful. The flower fields are animated and a layer of flowers in purple open up across the screen.
A rainbow is also animated that goes across the screen that goes into the fields. There is also a very colorful field of butterflies on grass,all beautifully animated.
Two male friends of Tinker are very creative and make a machine that produces snow for a fairy coming over from the cold side.
The scenery is beautiful, the story is funny, very sweet and joyful. It is a wonderful movie for people of any age to see. It is like being in a beautiful fantasy land with characters that are creative, kind and helpful.
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