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Barbie as Rapunzel
Directed byOwen Hurley
Produced byJesyca C. Durchin
Jennifer Twiner McCarron
Written byElana Lesser
Cliff Ruby
Based onRapunzel by the Brothers Grimm
StarringKelly Sheridan
Cree Summer
Chantal Strand
Anjelica Huston
Music byArnie Roth
Edited byGreg Richardson
Production
company
Distributed byArtisan Entertainment
Release date
Running time
83 minutes
CountryCanada
United States
LanguageEnglish

Barbie as Rapunzel is a 2002 American-Canadian direct-to-DVDcomputer-animatedfairytale film directed by Owen Hurley.[2] It is the 2nd entry in the Barbie film series, and features the voice of Kelly Sheridan as Barbie. The film is adapted from the Brothers Grimm fairy tale 'Rapunzel'.

Plot[edit]

Barbie tells a story to her little sister Kelly, who doesn't have confidence in her painting abilities.

Rapunzel lives in 17th centuryEurope as a servant to the evil witch Gothel, who resides in an isolated manor. She grows up believing that Gothel saved her from abandonment and finds companionship in Penelope, an outgoing dragon, and Hobie, an anxious rabbit. She spends her time painting pictures of places she dreams of going when she is free one day. Gothel disapproves of her hobbies and accuses her of not appreciating everything Gothel has done for her.

One day, Penelope finds a secret old room and a gift from Rapunzel's parents: a silver hairbrush engraved with a message. Rapunzel also discovers a tunnel leading to the village. She takes this to the small kingdom, where she meets Prince Stefan. He tells her about King Wilhelm, the ruler of an opposing kingdom, who has a feud with King Frederick, Stefan's father. Rapunzel has to leave before she can learn Stefan's name so as to avoid being discovered by Gothel. However, Gothel's pet ferret, Otto, informs Gothel. When Rapunzel says Gothel cannot keep her locked away forever, Gothel destroys her paintings and transforms the bedroom into a tower, refusing to let her go.

Rapunzel meets her good red fairy Alice who decides to turn her hairbrush into a paintbrush, she reads the engraving on the hairbrush, realizing there is still hope. Alice waves her magic wand at the hairbrush and a shower of light turns it into a paintbrush, and Hobie and Penelope cheer her up with new paint, allowing Rapunzel to paint again. It becomes clear that whatever she paints becomes real. Rapunzel paints the village to use as a portal and meets Stefan again, though she insists he never tells her his name for fear of Gothel. He asks her to a ball, and she agrees. Back at the tower, she paints herself a beautiful costume. Unfortunately, Gothel finds out, cuts off Rapunzel's hair, and shatters the paintbrush. She also puts a spell on the tower to eternally hold people who lie. Rapunzel escapes with the help of her friends, as the spell doesn't work because Rapunzel is not lying.

Gothel attacks Stefan's kingdom as King Wilhelm arrives, hoping to end the feud by force. The source of the feud is that Wilhelm believes King Fredrick kidnapped his daughter when she was an infant. Gothel reveals that she was the one who took Rapunzel because Wilhelm 'loved' her but married another woman, seeing Gothel as only a friend; she wanted the kingdoms to destroy each other as a result. Rapunzel arrives and Wilhelm recognizes her as his daughter. Rapunzel tricks Gothel into running into her painting of the tower; Gothel then finds herself forever trapped in the tower, as she has a lying heart.

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Rapunzel is reunited with her biological parents and marries Stefan. The feud ends and the two kingdoms are united, as Rapunzel's dreams of freedom come true.

Kelly now feels better and begins painting after Barbie reminds her that creativity is the true magic in art.

Cast[edit]

  • Kelly Sheridan as Barbie / Rapunzel[3]
  • Chantal Strand as Kelly / Princess Katrina
  • Anjelica Huston as Gothel, the evil witch
  • Mark Hildreth as Prince Stefan
  • Cree Summer as Penelope
  • David Kaye as Hugo / General
  • Kathleen Barr as Alice the Red Fairy
  • Ian James Corlett as Hobie / Palace Guard
  • Peter Kelamis as Otto / The Skinny Swordsman
  • Christopher Gaze as King Wilhelm
  • Russell Roberts as King Fredrick
  • Terry Klassen as The Baker / The Fat Swordsman
  • Britt McKillip as Melody
  • Danny McKinnon as Tommy
  • Jocelyne Loewen as Lorena
  • Dale Wilson as the Silversmith

Music[edit]

The film makes heavy use of Antonín Dvořák's Symphony No. 9, also known as the New World Symphony - presumably a reference to Rapunzel's venture into the 'new world' of the village.

Reviews[edit]

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  • The film was rated a B- by Entertainment Weekly magazine.[4]
  • Moira McCormick (2002-10-05). 'Barbie Returns In 'Rapunzel''. Billboard. The Barbie as Rapunzel campaign expands on many of the promotional components from Mattel's Barbie in the Nutcracker, which had a 94% sell-through rate and sales of more than 3.5 million units. Print ads started one week before street date, and Ross says they are expected to generate 260 million consumer impressions through the end of the year. TV spots also began airing on Nickelodeon and the Cartoon Network in August.
  • Scott Hettrick (2002-10-11). 'BARBIE'S HAIR-RAZING TALE'. Sun-Sentinel. Anjelica Huston delivers an entertainingly menacing voice as evil Gothel and the producers have imbued the much more simplistic but typically dour original Brothers Grimm tale with multiple characters that kids will find engaging.
  • Chris J. Parker (2002-11-01). ''Rapunzel' Barbie trades hairbrush for paintbrush'. Inland Valley Daily Bulletin. The movie is enhanced by its soundtrack, which features music performed by the London Symphony Orchestra. The computer-generated animation is still a bit clumsy, especially in this post-Shrek era. But it's watchable, especially for younger viewers.
  • Neil Buckley (2003-02-08). 'Barbie's new roles play to a new audience: Making a movie star was a smart move for Mattel, says Neil Buckley'. Financial Times. Her 2002 film, the 76-minute Barbie as Rapunzel, with the voice of actress Anjelica Huston as the evil witch Gothel, was a bigger success.. It tied in with merchandise including a Barbie as Rapunzel doll - with the longest hair of any Barbie since her creation - dolls representing the other characters, an 'Enchanted Tower' playset and a range of themed products, including denim jackets, watches, backpacks, musical hairbrushes and hair extension gift sets.

Release[edit]

The DVD and VHS was released on October 1, 2002.

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References[edit]

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  1. ^'Barbie as Rapunzel release'. behind the voice actors. Retrieved 21 January 2013.
  2. ^'Barbie as Rapunzel'. Universal Pictures Home Entertainment. Retrieved 20 November 2016.
  3. ^'Barbie as Rapunzel Cast'. Who's Dated Who. Retrieved 21 January 2013.
  4. ^'Movie Review: BARBIE AS RAPUNZEL'. Entertainment Weekly. 2002-10-18.

External links[edit]

  • Barbie as Rapunzel on IMDb
  • Barbie as Rapunzel at AllMovie
  • Barbie as Rapunzel at Rotten Tomatoes
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