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Casey Carlyle (Michelle Trachtenberg) is a stereotypical high school math geek. When she applies her knowledge to the sport she loves, she finds herself spinning circles around other figure skating wannabes. Yet, if she pursues her newfound talent, she is sure to disappoint her mother (Joan Cusack) who has her heart set on Casey getting an academic scholarship.
Why Is Ice Princess Rated G?
Ice Princess is rated G
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Canadian Home Video Rating: G
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Spectators will find plenty to applaud as they watch Disney’s Ice Princess. The DVD includes an alternate opening and four deleted scenes, as well as audio commentary by the cast members (Michelle Trachtenberg, Trevor Blumas, Kirsten Olson and Hayden Panettiere). Also featured are two music videos; Reach by Caleigh Peters and No One by Aly & A.J. The movie is presented in wide screen (1.85:1), and sports Dolby Digital 5.1 surround sound (English and French), and subtitles.