Break-dancers and polished Broadway performers come together for a Broadway-bound musical, and the two groups have trouble adjusting to each other.
This film had originally been planned for a Disney Channel release, but the company opted for a video release instead.
73 min. Directed by Peter Medak.
The Return of Jafar
May 20, 1994
A made-for-video sequel to Aladdin, which picks up where the feature left off – with the evil Jafar trapped inside a magic lamp. A clumsy thief, Abis Mal, inadvertently unleashes the now ultrapowerful “genie Jafar”, who proceeds to plot his revenge against Aladdin. It is up to Aladdin and his friends to foil Jafar and save their home.
It became one of the top-selling videos of all time within weeks of its release.
min. Directed by Toby Shelton, Tad Stones, Alan Zaslove.
Aladdin and the King of Thieves
August 13, 1996
The wedding of the century turns into a great adventure, as the legendary Forty Thieves spoil the party in their search for the mysterious Hand of Midas – a magic treasure that turns all things to gold. Aladdin soon learns that his long-lost father isstill alive and the quest to find him leads directly to the secret den of the King of Thieves.
A major new character is added to the story, Cassim, Aladdin’s father.
min. Directed by Tad Stones.
Honey, We Shrunk Ourselves
March 18, 1997
Wayne Szalinski is back and this time his notorious shrink machin misfires again, and it is the adults who are shrunk. Believing their parents have left them home alone for the weekend, the kids take advantage of their newfound unsupervised freedom by filling up on junk food, Rollerblading in the house, playing loud music, and throwing a party for their friends. While desperately trying to get the kids to notice them, since they are only ¼ of an inch tall, the adults are able to learn a few things about their kids.
The film was extremely complicated to produce, with almost 400 composite shots totaling approximately 40 minutes of screen time. Dream Quest Images, which produced the visual effects, had the advantage of new technologies that were not available when the first film in the series was made.
76 min. Directed by Dean Cundey.
Mighty Ducks the Movie: The First Face-Off
April 08, 1997
The evil Lord Dragaunus returns to Puckworld, a peaceful planet of hockey-loving ducks, from a distant galaxy to take revenge against the inhabitants who once banished him. A special strike team of six young courageous superheroes – The Mighty Ducks – is formed to face off against Lord Dragaunus‘s dark forces. After a fierce battle, Dragaunus manages to escape, and the Ducks must follow him and find themselves transported to the weird, alien metropolis of Anaheim, California. Trapped there, the Ducks build a supersecret headquarter under the Anaheim Pond to thwart Dragaunus’s plans to take over the world.
Animated movie, tying together television episodes.
66 min. Directed by Joe Barruso.
Pooh’s Grand Adventure: The Search for Christopher Robin
August 05, 1997
The group of animals in the Hundred Acre Wood misunderstand that Christopher Robin has gone away to school, and they head off on a grand journey to find their childhood friend.
70 min. Directed by Karl Geurs.
Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas
November 11, 1997
Belle attempts to cheer up Beast by planning an elaborate Christmas celebration, though the malevolent Forte, a pipe organ, plots to prevent Beast from falling in love with Belle. When Belle leaves the castle with her friends to search for the perfect Christmas tree, Forte convinces Beast that she has run away. After he captures and imprisons her, he finds a gift she had made for him and realizes that she must have true feelings for him, so he determines to give Belle the best Christmas celebration ever.
Four new songs were composed by Rachel Portman and Don Black.
This was the first made-for-video movie produced by Walt Disney Animation Canada, Inc., with studios in Toronto and Vancouver.
80 min. Directed by Andy Knight.
Beauty and the Beast: Belle’s Magical World
January 13, 1998
The dinner between Belle and the Beast goes wrong, but neither wants to make the first move and apologize. Three enchanted objects, Webster the dictionary, La Plume the pen, and Crane the pile of papers, want to make things all right between the two of them, and write a fake letter of apology from Beast to Belle. Upon reading the letter, Belle apologizes to the Beast, and everything is all right until Beast finds out that the letter was forged. He then banishes the three objects out of the castle, but Belle teaches him to forgive them because their intentions were good.
* Broken Wing
Belle doesn't show up for the lunch Beast ordered her to come to, and instead cares for the wounded bird. Since the Beast loathes birds, Belle has to teach him to accept it, which in the end she manages to do.
Lumiere wants to prepare something special for the fifth anniversary of his date with Fifi the featherduster, but isn't very good at it, so he enlists Belle's help. Fifi, mistaking the preparations for an actual romance between Belle and Lumiere, becomes jealous, but in the end everything is cleared up.
[*Mrs. Pott's Party ]
Mrs. Potts is very depressed, so Belle and other enchanted objects decide to cheer her up with a surprise party. Planning a surprise party isn't very easy when you have to make sure that the Beast doesn't wake up and that Mrs. Potts doesn't find out about the party, especially when Cogsworth and Lumiere's rivalry is involved.
For the Special Edition released on February 25, 2003, another segment called Mrs. Potts's Party was included, making the final film 22 minutes longer.
Directed by Cullen Blaine, Daniel de la Vega, Barbara Dourmashkin, Dale Kase, Bob Kline, Burt Medall, Mitch Rochon.
Air Bud: Golden Receiver
August 14, 1998
The basketball-playing dog, Buddy, helps out his best friend, Josh, by demonstrating that he also has amazing football talents to help Josh’s team win the state championship.
Sequel to 1997’s Air Bud.
Produced by Keystone Pictures and Dimension Films; released on video labeled “Disney Presents” by Buena Vista Home Entertainment.
90 min. Directed by Richard Martin.
Pocahontas II: Journey to a New World
September 05, 1998
Pocahontas sets sail for England on an important mission of peace, escorted by a dashing English diplomat, John Rolfe; he bodyguard, Uti; and stowaways Meeko, Percy, and Flit. She is awed by London, and the Londoners by her. Ratcliffe plots against Pocahontas, and she is eventually saved by Rolfe and John Smith.
72 min. Directed by Bradley Raymond, Tom Ellery
The Jungle Book: Mowgli’s Story
September 29, 1998
The narrator, the adult Mowgli, reflects his childhood jungle adventures, from his being raised by wolves to his friendship with Baloo. He has to learn to be cunning and brave against the jungle’s most fearsome animal, the menacing and vengeful tiger, Shere Khan.
A live-action sequel to the 1967 animated feature.
93 min. Directed by Nick Marck.
The Lion King II: Simba’s Pride
October 27, 1998
An epic story of Simba’s infant daughter, Kiara, who is destined to grow into a heroic young lioness and heal the rift in the Pride Lands caused by the banishment of Scar’s followers. Meeting Kovu, Scar’s handpicked successor and son of Zira, new leader of the Outlanders, Kiara forges a forbidden bond of friendship, which blossoms into love, honor, and trust. Kiara and Kovu eventually reunite the two prides, bringing peace to Pride Rock.
Included are five new songs, as well as “He Lives in You” from the “Rhythm of the Pridelands” CD.
75 min. Directed by Darrell Rooney
The Wonderful Ice Cream Suit [Touchstone]
March 16, 1999
The lives of five Latino men are changed when they, all being approximately the same size and weight, jointly purchase a gorgeous white suit in a local clothing store and wear it in the barrio.
Based on a Ray Bradbury story and produced by Gordon and Roy E. Disney.
77 min. Directed by Stuart Gordon.
Hercules: Zero to Hero
August 17, 1999
A more vulnerable and mortal Hercules toils to get through his school years without his mythological powers.
Three classic stories from the television series.
70 min. Directed by Bob Kline.
Belle’s Tales of Friendship
August 17, 1999
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A compilation of live-action and animated characters, classic Disney storytelling, and five new-to-video songs.
min. Directed by Jimbo Marshall.
Mickey’s Once Upon a Christmas
November 09, 1999
* Donald Duck Stuck on Christmas
When Huey, Dewey and Louie have the best Christmas ever, they decide it would be better if it could be Christmas every day. They magically get their wish, but find out that Christmas means a bit more than they think it does.
* A Very Goofy Christmas
Goofy's son Max goes through the usual adolescent trauma of trying to deicde whether Santa Claus really exists or not
* Mickey and Minnie’s Gift of the Magi
Both Mickey and Minnie, hard pressed for Christmas money, decide to make some sacrifices to buy each other gifts.
Tied together with narration by Kelsey Grammer and concluding with a rendition of “Deck the Halls” by the country trio SHeDAISY.
Directed by Bradley Raymond; Jun Falkenstein, Bill Speers; and Toby Shelton.
Winnie the Pooh: Seasons of Giving
November 09, 1999
Pooh and friends set out on a quest for winter, leading a wild search for the perfect ingredients for a festive Thanksgiving dinner, and finally to Christmas.
An Extremely Goofy Movie
February 29, 2000
Goofy enrolls in college with his son Max, but brings his 1970s ideas on college with him. When he teams up with a like-minded school librarian, the disco lights and mood rings swing back to action on campus. At the College X Games competition, Max is the hot new talent until Goofy joins in and shows the kids a whole new way to skateboard.
min. Directed by Douglas McCarthy.
Buzz Lightyear of Star Command: The Adventure Begins
August 08, 2000
The Evil Emperor Zurg captures a group of Little Green Man, in order to uncover the secret of their Uni-mind, which lets them think as one. As Zurg attacks their planet to steal the Uni-mind, he zaps the entire galaxy with a device that puts almost everyone under his evil control. When he unleashes his most dastardly henchman, Agent Z, Buzz Lightyear, the greatest space hero ever, working with three intergalactic crime-fighting rookies, Mira Nova, Booster, and XR, attempts to save the day – and the entire galaxy.
A joint project of Walt Disney Home Video, Walt Disney Television Animation, and Pixar Animation Studios.
William Shatner performs “To Infinity and Beyond” with the Star Command chorus under the final credits.
The Little Mermaid II: Return to Sea
September 19, 2000
Ariel and Prince Eric, living happily married on land, have a feisty daughter, Melody, who is curious about her roots. Melody, venturing into the sea against her parents’ wishes, makes new friends of Tip the Penguin and Dash the Walrus, but then becomes a pawn in a plot by Morgana, Ursula’s sinister sibling, against Ariel’s father, King Triton. Ariel must come to the rescue.
75 min. Directed by Jim Kammerud.
Air Bud: World Pup
December 12, 2000
Buddy’s owner, Josh Framm, falls in love with his sister’s new soccer coach, Emma, who also happens to be the only female on his high school’s soccer team. Josh and Buddy join the soccer team, and Buddy himself falls in love with Emma’a golden retriever, Molly. After some drama with kidnapped puppies, Buddy helps the team win the championship.
Sequel to Air Bud (1997) ad Air Bud: Golden Receiver (1998). An Air Bud television series from Keystone Entertainment was not a Disney project.
Several U.S. women’s soccer players make cameo appearances.
min. Directed by Bill Bannerman.
Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp’s Adventure
February 27, 2001
Lady and Tramp are now parents of Scamp, a mischievious pup who longs for the freedom and excitement of a junkyard dog, but soon discovers that life on the streets is not what he expected and that the love of his family is more valuable than he knew. Scamp has three sisters – Annette, Colette, and Danielle – and while on his jaunt “to see the world”, rescues from the dogcatcher and falls in love with an orphan mutt, Angel.
70 min. Directed by Darrell Rooney.
The Book of Pooh: Stories from the Heart
July 17, 2001
Pooh and his pals are in Christopher Robin’s room awaiting his return when they discover his favorite storybook filled with endearing tales written about them. They flip through the pages and the stories magically come to life.
The Pooh characters are presented utilizing the 300-year-old art of Bunraku puppetry with computer-generated sets.
min. Developed by Mitchell Kriegman
Cinderella II: Dreams Come True
February 26, 2002
Cinderella is now married to Prince Charming and getting used to living in the Royal Palace. When the prince departs on a business trip, Cinderella has to try to follow the rules of Prudence, the King’s strict household advisor. With the help of her mouse friends, Cinderella realizes she needs to bring her own style to the palace. Jaq yearns to be human, and his wish is granted by the Fairy Godmother, but he soon comes the realization that being human has its drawbacks. Romance is in the air, with stepsister Anastasia falling for the town baker, and the mice trying to set Lucifer up with the pampered palace cat, Pom-Pom, so they will be too busy to chase.
73 min. Directed by John Kafka.
The Hunchback of Notre Dame II
March 19, 2002
Seven years have passed, and Quasimodo is now accepted by his fellow Parisians, especially his friends, Esmeralda and Phoebus, who have married and have a son, Zephyr. A greedy circus master, Sarousch, plots to steal a treasured bell from the bell tower, and coerces his beautiful assistant, Madelleine, to lure Quasimodo away. However, Madelleine finds she cares for Quasimodo and tries to foil the plot. When the bell is stolen anyway, Quasi blames Madelleine, but eventually realizes she can be trusted to help to catch the evil Sarousch.
Air Bud: Seventh Inning Fetch
June 18, 2002
Andrea Framm joins the junior high school baseball team to escape the tedium of her home life. While she is not very good, her dog Buddy is a natural. But scientists interested in cloning kidnap the dog just before the big game.
The fourth film in the series, produced by Keystone Entertaiinment and released by Walt Disney Home Entertainment.
90 min. Directed by Robert Vince.
Tarzan and Jane
July 23, 2002
As Tarzan and Jane’s one-year marriage anniversary approaches, Jane searches the jungle for the perfect gift for Tarzan, enlisting the help of Terk and Tantor. As they recall the many adventures they have shared so far, Jane realizes what an exciting year it has been in the jungle. But Tarzan also has a surprise for Jane that will show her just how much he understands her world.
Winnie the Pooh: A Very Merry Pooh Year
November 12, 2002
All of Pooh’s friends gather for fond recollections of a Christmas past, and then the New Year’s countdown begins.
101 Dalmatians II: Patch’s London Adventure
January 21, 2003
Patch is accidentally left behind when his family moves to their new farm, and sets out to meet his hero, canine star Thunderbolt. Thunderbolt uses Patch to help him execute real–life heroics, while Cruella De Vil seeks the puppies – dead or alive – as models for a spot-fixated artist, Lars.
Original songs by Randy Rogel.
min. Directed by Jim Kammerud, Brian Smith.
Inspector Gadget II
March 11, 2003
In idyllic Riverton, the evildoer Dr. Claw escapes from jail and plots to steal trillions of dollars worth of gold. After half-human, half-robot Inspector Gadget is taken off the case because of glitches in his machinery, he is replaced by the gorgeous and superior G2.
Filmed in Brisbane, Australia.
min. Directed by Alex Zamm.
Atlantis: Milo’s Return
May 20, 2003
Milo, Kida, and their crew gear up for more action with the story beginning just a few months after the original film’s conclusion. While Kida – now Atlantean queen – and explorer Milo Thatch have set about rebuilding the city and restoring greatness to the Atlantean culture as a center of knowledge an learning, they are surprised by the return of Team Atlantis with billionaire Preston Whitmore in tow. The team must leave Atlantis to discover what mysterious powers are causing trouble in a new, fantastic location.
From Walt Disney Television Animation.
80 min. Directed by Tad Stones, Toby Shelton, Victor A. Cook.
Air Bud Spikes Back
June 24, 2003
Andrea Framm’s best friend is moving out of town, so, to make new friends, she and Buddy join the local beach-volleyball team.
Produced by Keystone Entertainment and released by Walt Disney Home Entertainment.
87 min. Directed by Robert Vince.
Stitch! The Movie
August 26, 2003
Stitch was Experiment 626; now 625 other alien experiments are landing on earth and it is up to Lilo and Stitch to rescue these outrageous cousins and change them from bad to good, before they are captured by evil captain Gantu. For example, Experiment 221 causes island-wide power surges and Experiment 625, a lazy yellow Stitch look-alike makes great sandwiches.
min. Directed by Tony Craig, Roberts Gannaway
Kim Possible: The Secret Files
September 02, 2003
A computer-generated Rufus (the naked mole rat) serves as host for the following episodes.
Consisting of episodes from the television series including one never-aired episode.
71 min. Directed by Chris Bailey, David Block
George of the Jungle II
October 21, 2003
George’s scheming mother-in-law, Beatrice Stanhope, teams up with Ursula’s ex-fiancé Lyle to hypnotize Ursula into leaving George, so they can turn the jungle into mulch. George and his animal pals must travel to Las Vegas to rescue Ursula before returning to the jungl eto stop the bulldozers.
Based on characters created by Jay Ward.
Filmed on location in Queensland, Australia.
min. Directed by David Grossman.
The Lion King 1½
February 10, 2004
The story running paralell to The Lion King, et completely original, depicts the history of Timon and Pumbaa – how they met and became friends, and their behind-the-scenes influence on Simba’s rise to the throne. The duo discovers their perfect oasis, but after becoming friends with Simba, they learn the limits of the easy life, and they finally find that the real “hakuna matata” happens only when they leave the oasis and reunite with the ones they love.
min. Directed by Brad Raymond.
Winnie the Pooh: Springtime with Roo
March 09, 2004
Every year Rabbit plays the Easter bunny, but not this year. Instead Rabbit expects the gang to spring into action: scrubbing, dusting, sweeping, and mopping. But Roo’s love and wisdom show Rabbit that special days are to be shared in special ways.
65 min. Directed by Saul Andrew Blinkoff, Elliot Bour.
The Three Musketeers
August 17, 2004
Working as janitors at Musketeer headquarters, Mickey, Donald, and Goofy dream of becoming Musketeers. Peg Leg Pete, the Captain of the Musketeers, and his sinister lieutenant Clarabelle, have a dastardly plot to rid the kingdom of the Princess Minnie so Pete can take over the throne. Pete makes the trio official Musketeers and assigns them to “protect” the princess, assuming they will fail to get the job done. But, Mickey, Donald, and Goofy learn an invaluable lesson about friendship, teamwork, and the true meaning of “All for one and one for all!”
68 min. Directed by Donovan Cook.
Mickey’s Twice Upon Christmas
November 09, 2004
* Belles On Ice
Minnie Mouse and Daisy Duck can't keep their figure skating egos in check as they duel on the ice to win the audience's favor.
* Christmas: Impossible
Scrooge McDuck’s nephew triplets Huey, Dewey, and Louie are acting as their usual mischievous selves (which riles up their uncle Donald, as usual), the boys get scared that they haven't been good enough to get the Christmas presents they want. They mail themselves to the North Pole to make sure they're on Santa's good list and encounter a number of obstacles before they begin to see the error of their selfish ways.
* Christmas Maximus
Max has growing concerns about how his father Goofy's normally clumsy behavior may ruin things when Max brings home his girlfriend Mona on their break from college.
* Donald's Gift
The irascible duck is getting frustrated by the holiday season. The song "We Wish You a Merry Christmas" has been plaguing Donald, and a reluctant trip to the mall has him hearing the song everywhere.
* Mickey's Dog-Gone Christmas
Mickey Mouse is overdoing his living room with lights and decorations. When Pluto wrecks things, Mickey gets mad and sends him to his doghouse. Wrapped up in the superficial display rescue operations, Mickey doesn't even notice that his upset dog has run away. While Pluto finds himself at the North Pole among Santa's reindeer, Mickey finally notices his dog is missing and sets off on a journey to find his pal.
The Disney gang is presented in computer-generated 3-D animation.
68 min. Directed by Matt O’Callaghan.
February 01, 2005
Mulan receives a marriage proposal from General Shang, making everyone happy except Mushu, who tries to keep Mulan single on learning he’ll lose his guardian job if she marries. With China threatened by a Mongol invasion, the emperor calls upon Mulan, Shang, and their lovable “gang of three” friends, Yao, Ling, and Chien-Po, to escort his daughters to arranged marriages with vital allies in the northern provinces. When the three princesses unexpectedly fall in love with the gang of three, Mulan decides to help them, even though this contradicts the emperor’s orders and calls Mulan’s relationship with Shang into question. Mulan remains true to her heart, however, by solving the problem in her own way, saving both the princesses and China.
min. Directed by Darrell Rooney, Lynne Southerland.
June 14, 2005
As a child, Tarzan feels like the worst ape ever. Kala reassures him that his differences will one day be his strengths, but these very differences cause an accident that leaves Kala injured, and Tarzan missing and presumed dead. Convinced that everyone would be better off without him, Tarzan sets off to find his place in the world. A dramatic encounter with an outcast family of gorillas sends Tarzan up to Dark Mountain, where he uncovers the myth of the dreaded Zugor, a legendary monster who turns out to be nothing more than a cranky old hermit ape. With Zugor’s help, Tarzan is able to find his own set of remarkable jungle skills.
Featured are two original songs by Phil Collins.
Lilo & Stitch II: Stitch Has a Glitch
August 30, 2005
Stitch, Jumba, and Pleakley have settled into life with their human family, and Stitch blissfully enjoys his new “Ohana” with Lilo and Nani. It seems like paradise, but it appears Stitch’s molecular makeup is out of whack, which brings out his worst behavior, and his friendship with Lilo is threatened by misunderstanding. Pleakley, Jumba, and Lilo must find a way to restore his goodness level before he ruins everything, including Lilo’s big hula competition – the same competition her mother won years before. Lilo must search within her heart to find the key to help her friend and restore their family.
68 min. Directed by Tony Leonidis, Michael LaBash.
Pooh’s Heffalump Halloween Movie
September 13, 2005
At Halloween, Roo’s best pal Lumpy is excited to trick-or-treat for the first time. That is, until Tigger warns them about the dreaded Gobloon who will turn you into a jaggedy lantern if he catches you. But if they catch the Gobloon before it catches them, they get to make a wish. When Pooh eats all the Halloween candy, Lumpy and Roo decide to be brave and catch the Gobloon.
66 min. Directed by Saul Andrew Blinkoff, Elliot Bour.
Kronk’s New Groove
December 13, 2005
Kronk is content as head chef at Mudka’s Meat Hut, where he is surrounded by his friends Pacha and Chica, and visited on occasion by Emperor Kuzco. However, word arrives of an impending disaster – Kronk’s blustery, hard-to-please father, Papi, is coming for a visit. Kronk is terrified because he has been leading his father to believe that his life is more than it is. The evil Yzma meanwhile has conned Kronk into helping her with a dastardly scheme. With Papi still on his way, Kronk’s friends come to the rescue. Our soft-hearted hero learns that he is rich and successful because he has true friends, and that to be happy, one must be “true to your groove”.
min. Directed by Elliot M. Bour, Saul Andrew Blinkoff.
February 07, 2006
Following the tragic loss of his mother, the young fawn Bambi reunited with his father, The Great Prince, who must now teach him the ways of the forest. Their adventure together helps them overcome their initially awkward relationship, and allows father and son to discover in each other something neither expected - family.
From DisneyToon Studios.
73 min. Directed by Brian Pimental.
Leroy & Stitch
June 27, 2006
With the mission to capture all 625 experiments completed, Lilo must say goodbye to her outer space family, including Stitch, not knowing they will reunite for another adventure as their nemesis, Dr. Hämsterviel, has broken out of prison and has forced Jumba to create “Leroy”, Stitch’s evil twin. To make things worse, Hämsterviel clones Leroy so it is up to Lilo and the gang to stop the Leroy army.
Brother Bear II
August 29, 2006
Kenai emerges from his first hibernation eager to take his little brother Koda to Crowberry Ridge for the best spring berries. Their buddies Rutt and Tuke have come down with a severe case of spring fever, courting a pair of female moose with hilarious results. But Kenai ad Koda are intent on following their plan until Kenai’s childhood pal Nita shows up with a very human problem only Kenai can solve. It seems a simple carved amulet Kenai gave Nita long ago had a greater significance than either of them realized. Now Nita cannot marry until she and Kenai burn the amulet together at Hokani Falls, their old stomping grounds. They set off on an arduous journey over icy mountains, raging rivers, and unforeseen obstacles. It is an adventure that renews their friendship, redefines who they are, and ultimately reveals that the Great Spirits have a surprising plan of their own.
From DisneyToon Studios.
The film features three original songs by Melissa Etheridge.
73 min. Directed by Benjamin Gluck.
December 12, 2006
The dogs, Buddy and Molly, are dognapped, and their puppies, B-Dwag, Budderball, Mudbud, Buddha and Rosebud, collectively known as the Buddies, are off to save them. Along the way, the bumbling villains Denning and Grim constantly try to capture the puppies. And now for the first time, the animals talk.
From Key Pix Productions and Buena Vista Home Entertainment.
min. Directed by Robert Vince.
The Fox and the Hound II
December 12, 2006
Young pals Tod and Copper head off to a crazy adventure at the County Fair, with Copper trying to discover his greatest talent. The hound puppy joins in during a performance of The Singing Strays, a harmonizing novelty dog act, and is recruited by Cash, the charismatic bandleader who has his sights set on the Grand Ole Opry. For Copper, the prospect of fame affects his friendship with Tod. Diva dog Dixie, however, is not about to lose her spot in the band, and she soon recruits Tod as she schemes a way to regain her rightful place. Their plans go awry with disastrous results, and everyone must bond together to bring harmony back to the mutual friendships and fame where it most belongs.
From DisneyToon Studios.
Trisha Yearwood adds some vocals, along with Little Big Town, Josh Gracin and Lucas Grabeel.
69 min. Directed by Jim Kammerud.
Cinderella III: A Twist in Time
February 06, 2007
When the Fairy Godmother’s magic wand falls into the wrong hands, the glass slipper no longer fits Cinderella! Instead, her evil stepsister Anastasia is slated to marry Prince Charming! But with her loyal mice friends, Gus and Jaq by her side, Cinderella is determined to make things right again.
min. Directed by Frank Nisson.
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