Barbie of Swan Lake

Synopsis: Barbie of Swan Lake is a 2003 direct-to-DVD computer-animated directed by Owen Hurley. It is the 3rd CGI entry in the Barbie film series, and the second film based on a Tchaikovsky ballet. Barbie and Odette are voiced by Kelly Sheridan. The story is an adaptation of Swan Lake.
Genre: Animation

Hey, you! (picks bird up, bird starts to shake itself) Okay, okay.

(caresses the bird, it spreads its wings)

There you go.

(frees the bird. Loud chattering and shouting is heard. Odette sees an unicorn running away. The unicorn stops in front of Odette)

I don't believe it!

Come on! You two there! Get it! Get it!

(The unicorn runs away, stands on its bind legs as a villager tries to catch it with a lash, runs. A villager tries to hit it with an arrow)

Wait! You’ll hurt it!

(A villager shoots but the unicorn ducks and then runs on a wood cart, dropping the wood that fall down on villagers. They run away, the unicorn begins to do a sort of a dance and then is caught by another villager)

You’ve got it! A real unicorn! This should make a pretty price, ay!

Oh no!

(The unicorn sees an axe nearby, runs to it and cuts the rope. The villager is thrown away, gets hit by fruit, other villagers laugh at him. The unicorn runs past Odette, runs into the wood and the rope around its neck gets caught on branch, but the unicorn sets free and runs away. Odette runs after. The rope is caught by a branch again, the unicorn tries to escape but fails. Odette's dress is caught by a bush, she frees it and then hears the unicorn screaming. It's trying to escape but nothing happens. Odette sees it. The unicorn runs away and crosses the river. Odette follows. They go to the waterfall. Unicorn looks back if Odette's still coming, goes to the waterfall by a log. Odette looks at the unicorn, it suddenly stumbles, Odette gasps, the unicorn stands on its feet, but then falls. Odette gasps and stands on the log, looking down, it's high. Odette still goes to the unicorn)

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Elana Lesser

Elana Lesser is regular writer for animated television shows, almost always working in conjunction with her husband Cliff Ruby. more…

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Submitted on October 07, 2018


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