Barbie as the Princess and the Pauper
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- Includes CD with seven songs from the film
- Sing-Along feature
- Songs menu
- First look at the next Barbie movie
Top Customer Reviews
Also recommended: Barbie and the Nutcracker, Barbie as Rapunzel, and Barbie in Swan Lake
You can choose a chapter that you were up to last time and you can 'sing with barbie'. You can have a preview look at the songs, too! The special features were better with 'Barbie in the Nutcracker', but this is still COOL!!!
Mainly pretty dresses. Erika is poor but I adore her aqua blue dress, but not as much as Annelise's sparkly baby pink dress! (I ADORE pink!) They are covered with frilly bits and roses and all kinds of pretty stuff!
Hardly any! Just a dab of blusher and a sprinkle of eye-shadow here and there! But Barbie is spotless! (she must use moisterising cream!)
Over an hour, and thats an hour of watching a VERY enjoyable and relaxing film, with songs that simply stick into your mind!
The time it is SET IN is not too modern, because you don't get too much princesses nowadays and not a huge palace. They speak modern, though! But the houses aren't too modern either, and the dress shop that Erika works in doesn't have any modern machines in.
Nice and colourful, as with all Barbie films, but not too dark so you stare, or too bright so you squint!Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I got this a LONG while back, and have seen it MANY times! I don't wanna spoil it for you, so I'll just give you the main storyline. Read morePublished 12 days ago by sj
It came a little late but that's ok with me because I forgotten I had ordered it. I used to watch the Barbie movies when I was a child and I purchased this one because it was one... Read morePublished 12 days ago by Daisy
My girls (7 & 4) have become major fans of the Barbie movies! Thankfully there are a lot of them to choose from! Read morePublished 2 months ago by HLMo
My granddaughter LOVES this movie. This is her favorite. She's 3Published 4 months ago by Patricia Patterson