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Tangled Ever After (2012)

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Rapunzel and Flynn Rider have their wedding, but Pascal and Maximus must recover the rings they lose in mid-ceremony.





Cast overview, first billed only:
Mandy Moore ... Rapunzel (voice)
Zachary Levi ... Flynn Rider (voice)
Alan Dale ... Priest (voice)
Paul F. Tompkins ... Short Thug (voice)
Kari Wahlgren ... Queen (voice)
Mark Allan Stewart Mark Allan Stewart ... Dove Caller (voice) (as Mark Allen Stewart)
Byron Howard ... Lantern Wrangler / Chef (voice)
Nathan Greno ... Guard / Maximus / Stabbington Bros. (voice)
Sophia I. Aguirre Sophia I. Aguirre ... Additional Voices
Robert Bagnell ... Additional Voices
Erin Matthews ... Additional Voices
Matt Nolan ... Additional Voices (voice)
Caleigh Ranjo Caleigh Ranjo ... Additional Voices
Miranda Reed Miranda Reed ... Additional Voices
Sadie Leia Roberts Sadie Leia Roberts ... Additional Voices


Rapunzel and Flynn Rider have their wedding, but Pascal and Maximus must recover the rings they lose in mid-ceremony.

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Rapunzel's veil is the same length as her magical hair in Tangled See more »


[first lines]
Flynn Rider: [voiceover] This is the story of the day my life ended.
Rapunzel: [voiceover] Eugene...
Flynn Rider: [voiceover] I'm kidding. It was the happiest day of my life. Our wedding day. The biggest schinding to hit the kingdom in forever. Everyone dying to catch a glimpse of me. Us. I meant us.
Rapunzel: [voiceover] It was a perfect day. Just like I've always dreamed it would be.
Flynn Rider: [voiceover] Yeah, everything was per.
[notices his botched nose on the banner]
Flynn Rider: Oh come on. They still can't get my nose right.
Rapunzel: [voiceover] It was a magical ...
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Crazy Credits

The title doesn't appear on screen until the end. See more »


Followed by Rapunzel's Tangled Adventure (2017) See more »


Pachelbel's Canon
Composed by Johann Pachelbel
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An Excellent Short From an Excellent Movie
6 February 2014 | by m-thekinSee all my reviews

I adored the original movie, and it ranks as one of my top five favorite Disney movie in recent years. I winced a little inside when I first read about this sequel, having seen how horribly Disney tends to handle sequels to beloved classics of old and new. I decided to check it out though since it would only be six minutes of my time, and I'm so glad I did.

The short managed to hold true to the characters from the original movie down to a t, and the graphics are beyond epic for a short cartoon. What I enjoyed most is that it's a great throw-back to the shorts of old, retaining a beginning, middle, and end, yet keeping the slap-stick and jokes enjoyable and just plain fun! The few nay-sayers who reviewed this seemed either too young to remember the old days when the likes of Looney Toons and Hanna-Barbera used to throw in a ripe morsel of entertainment to get us that much more in the mood for the main feature. Either that, or they simply don't grasp the concept of a fun short cartoon built solely for the entertainment value.

If you're one of the many who do remember those times though, or if you know just how to have a good laugh and enjoyed the original film, be sure to catch Tangled Ever After. You won't be disappointed!

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Release Date:

13 January 2012 (USA) See more »

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16:9 HD
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