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Have you ever wondered about the origins of Peter Pan's sidekick Tinker Bell? Well, the creative team at Walt Disney Studio obviously has, and their answer is this beautifully animated direct-to-DVD movie.
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Tinker Bell is rated G
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The magical world of Pixie Hollow, a hitherto unknown corner of Neverland, comes to life in this animated, direct-to-dvd movie. Tinker Bell, a newborn fairy, soon learns that amidst the beauty there are also some dangers, like predatory hawks (one tries to catch her with his talons) and scurrying thistles that sting or trample anything in their path. The little nymph also shows off her legs in a short mini-skirt and others wear shoulder-baring outfits. Some of the characters lie about the completion of chores and the whereabouts of a friend, but responsibility is accepted after a major calamitous event. A character treats another spitefully.
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The fairy Tinker Bell was first introduced by Disney Studios in the movie Peter Pan. She also makes an appearance in the sequel to this animated series Tinker Ball and the Lost Treasure and in the follow up film Return to Never Land. Adaptations of these characters can be found in a live-action Peter Pan and Hook. The life of the story’s author J.M. Barrie is portrayed in the movie Finding Neverland (which is written for an adult audience).
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Release Date: 28 October 2008
Discover where Tinker Bell came from in this direct-to-DVD featuring Disney’s best-known fairy. (The animation is also available on Blu-ray). Bonus extras give you a Magical Guide to Pixie Hollow (the secret part of Neverland where the fairies live), allow you to see how the moviemakers went about Creating Pixie Hollow and ask if you Ever Wonder if nature’s nymphs have touched your world. There is also a DVD-Rom game (Tinker Trainer), deleted scenes and a music video (performed by Selena Gomez). Audio tracks are recorded in Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround (English, French and Spanish).