The Pirate Fairy
Pixie Hollow faces the furry of a fairy scorned.
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The Pirate Fairy
Rating & Content Info
Why is The Pirate Fairy rated G? The Pirate Fairy is rated G by the MPAA
Violence: The pixie dust tree is destroyed when an experiment goes wrong. A fairy puts everyone under a magical spell that makes them sleep so she can steal the blue pixie dust. Pirates repeatedly fight with swords, axes, knives and other weapons. Characters argue. A character is thrown into the water. Characters are crushed under barrels. A character is bitten. One character is betrayed and imprisoned.
Sexual Content: None noted.
Language: Some mild, brief name-calling is included in the script.
Alcohol / Drug Use:Two fairies are shown with beer steins. A man proposes that the pirates have a toast.
Page last updated April 2, 2014
|British Columbia||Not Rated|
|Canadian Home Video||G|
News About "The Pirate Fairy"
Cast and Crew
The Pirate Fairy is directed by Peggy Holmes and stars Mae Whitman, Christina Hendricks, Tom Hiddleston.
The most recent home video release of The Pirate Fairy movie is April 1, 2014. Here are some details…
Home Video Notes: The Pirate Fairy
Release Date: 1 April 2014
The Pirate Fairy releases to home video (Blu-ray, DVD & Digital Copy) with the following extras:
- Second Star to the Right: The Legacy of Never Land: Explore Never Land’s history and its endless ability to inspire.
- Croc-u-mentary: “Crocky” and his real-life relatives are the subject of this funny documentary
- Deleted Scenes.
- The Making Of “The Frigate That Flies”: Go behind the microphone with Tom Hiddleston for a close-up look at the recording of the song.
- Sing-Along Songs.