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Although the U.S. version of this movie was originally distributed by The Weinstein Company, and still credited as such in the version of the film that was theatrically released, the company's and Harvey Weinstein's executive producer credits do not appear in the home media version due to the bankruptcy of the company. See more »
When Odette is telling Felicie about Regine, she jokes that Regine likes to eat orphans with ginger ponytails (obviously referring to Felicie). However, Felicie's hair is in a braid, not a ponytail. See more »
[watching Felicie dance around the Irish bar]
[Love-struck, he tosses her a rose. Felicie reaches up to catch it, but loses her balance and falls onto a table. Merante, who was seated nearby, stands up and removes his hat. Felicie gasps in fear]
I hope that tomorrow you act with a little more dignity.
[starts to walk out]
Anyway, tonight was...
[puts his hat back on and smiles]
A GOOD performance.
Thank you, sir.
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The title doesn't appear until the end of the film. See more »
It has many clichés and too predictable, but it's charming and rewatchable
Although it's predictable, has plenty of clichés and the turning points in it are results of very silly events which are familiar in kids' animated movies, its animation is surprisingly spectacular, it has some funny moments, likable characters, and good humor, and its songs are as inspiring as its ballet sequences.
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