Two best friends, Liana and Alexa, embark on a journey to find the Diamond Castle! With the help of music, the girls overcome challenges that show friendship is the true treasure.

Director:

Gino Nichele

Writers:

Ruth Handler (based on: the Barbie characters created by), Elana Lesser (screenwriter) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Kelly Sheridan ... Barbie / Liana (voice)
Melissa Lyons Melissa Lyons ... Liana (singing voice)
Cassidy Ladden Cassidy Ladden ... Teresa / Alexa (voice)
Chantal Strand ... Stacie (voice)
Maryke Hendrikse ... Melody (voice)
Lara Janine Lara Janine ... Melody (singing voice)
Kathleen Barr Kathleen Barr ... Lydia (voice)
Mark Acheson ... Slyder (voice)
Scott McNeil ... Troll (voice) (as Scott Mcneil)
Jeremy From ... Jeremy (voice)
Noel Johansen ... Ian (voice)
Nicole Oliver ... Dori / Maid (voice)
Heather Doerksen ... Phaedra / Waitress (voice) (as Heather Doerkson)
Michael Dobson ... Innkeeper (voice)
Ron Halder Ron Halder ... Butler (voice)
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Storyline

To understand the importance of friendship, Barbie and her best friend, Teresa, decide to tell young Stacie a musical fairy tale of a hidden beautiful land, and two kind-hearted girls who love music: Alexa and Liana. As an enchanted mirror paves the way for a wonderful new friendship, the two companions embark on a dangerous quest to the sparkling Diamond Castle, to thwart the secret plans of the malevolent muse, Lydia. Can the power of love and companionship save the day? Written by Nick Riganas

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Join best friends in a musical fairy tale.


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Trivia

Melissa Lyons also provided the singing voice of Princess Anneliese for Barbie in The Princess and The Pauper. See more »

Quotes

Teresa: My stomach's been growling for miles.
Melody: Oh, so that's what I was hearing. I thought it was thunder.
Liana: [laughing] Or stampeding horses.
Teresa: Enough.
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Connections

Follows Barbie Diaries (2006) See more »

Soundtracks

CONNECTED
Written by Guy Roche and Amy Powers
Used by permission of Universal Music - MGB Songs on behalf of Itself and Manuiti L.A. (ASCAP) and Powers That Be, Inc. (ASCAP) administered worldwide by PEN Music Group, Inc.
"Meet Melody" Version Instrumentation Arranged and Produced by Arnie Roth
"Celebration" Version Instrumentation Arranged and Produced by Guy Roche
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A fun Barbie movie... yeah I admitted it.
1 October 2008 | by brokensilentSee all my reviews

For being a Barbie movie, I enjoyed watching this with my girls far more than I expected. I liked the characters quite a bit, especially the twins. The storyline was fun and as usual, the good lesson. The graphics weren't bad, the music though a tad bit shrill at times with the singing, isn't bad either though beware, they're catchy enough tunes that they get stuck in your head... like a commercial jingle. I find myself humming "Connected" and then laughing at the fact that I'm humming my daughter's movie song. My three year old is entranced with the movie, she loves the puppies. So far, out of the barbie movies I have been bullied with big blue eyes and sweet smiles into watching, this one is my favorite.


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Language:

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Release Date:

9 September 2008 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Barbie and the Diamond Castle See more »

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