After Pixie Hollow's magic Blue Dust is stolen by Zarina (voice of Christina Hendricks), Tinker Bell (voice of Mae Whitman) and her friends race after the fairy-turned-pirate hoping to return their treasure to its rightful place.
Why Is The Pirate Fairy Rated G?
The Pirate Fairy is rated G
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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.
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Disney’s Fairy franchise includes: Tinker Bell, Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure, Tinker Bell and the Great Fairy Rescue and Tinker Bell: Secret of the Wings. Tinker Bell’s character was originally introduced in Disney’s Peter Pan.
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Canadian Home Video Rating: G
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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.