The Swan Princess: A Royal Family Tale
- 1h 23m
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The memorable characters of The Swan Princess series are back for an all-new adventure! Shortly after the Royal Family adopts a young girl named Alise, she is taken away into the forest. Princess Odette, Derek and their woodland friends, Jean-Bob the Frog and Speed the Turtle, must work together to find a way to bring her home to the castle. With friendship, teamwork, original songs and plenty of laughs, The Swan Princess: A Royal Family Tale is a must-see for the whole family!
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Common Sense Says
Sustained peril gives fairy tale sequel a creepy edge.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that the Swan Princess V: A Royal Family Tale is the fourth of the direct-to-video sequels in the Swan Princess series, and the fifth installment overall. It contains sustained mild peril such as numerous fights, injuries, potions, death threats, and near-death incidents, with sustained use of bows and arrows throughout the film. Notably, a just-adopted child is kidnapped and locked away in a cave in the forest for the duration of the film (but unharmed). There is one implied death, and the evil force is represented by an ominous, disembodied force that takes the form of a smoke stream and could be quite creepy for younger kids.
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- Release Date:February 25, 2014
- Highest Available for Purchase:HD