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Tinker Bell may have been introduced as a sidekick in Disney's Peter Pan, but the little green fairy is well on her way to being a star in her own right. In this, her second direct-to-home-video movie, we join her on an adventure she had before she met the boy who never wanted to grow up.
Why Is Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure Rated G?
Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure is rated G
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In the magical world of Pixie Hollow where the fairies work together to change the worlds seasons, occasional accidents and mishaps occur that result in some slapstick humor. Angry outbursts turn into hurt feelings, and some property is broken and damaged. Verbal teasing and name-calling are heard. Characters experience moments of peril, including being stranded in an unknown environment, chased by rats and frightened by some scary images.
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Canadian Home Video Rating: G
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Release Date: 27 October 2009
Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure was developed for the home video market. The feature length movie releases on DVD and Blu-ray, as well as in a combo DVD and Blu-ray package.
All of these versions include the following bonus materials:
- A Magical Guide to Pixie Hollow (tour of the world in which the movie is set).
- Pixie Hollow Comes to the World (how Epcot Center was transformed into Pixie Hollow).
- Scenes You Never Saw (Gag reel).
- Deleted Scenes.
- Music Video: The Gift of Love sung by Demi Lovato.