The Swan Princess: A Royal Family Tale

Synopsis: Prince Derek and Princess Odette adopt a little girl named Alise. Then, Alise gets captured by a group of flying squirrels, who believe that the Swan Princess is evil, according to a prophecy. Now, it's up to Derek and Odette to save Alise, convince the flying squirrels Odette isn't evil and defeat the evil Forbidden Arts.
Director(s): Richard Rich
Production: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
 
IMDB:
5.1
PG
Year:
2014
79 min
48 Views

help here.

Well, I'm getting

older too, you know,

and I want another child to

tutor before it's too late!

Et tu, Rogers?

Ha!

Latin! Which you

learned from me!

But I've no one to teach now.

I must teach or I'll

shrivel up like an old snail!

Next time you're trying to

send a message, use a hammer.

And sorry if...

Don't be.

I love your mother. Besides, I

want her to have grandchildren, too.

Yes!

Yes!

We can hear you.

Picnic?

I might have promised the

woodcutter we'd help him today.

Well, can't break a promise.

I'm so cold, so very cold.

You look fine to me,

Jean-Bob.

Yeah. Just a little green.

Look, I'm dying, okay? I've

got, like, 10 minutes max!

Now, I'm sure zere are some

maids and farmers' daughters

zat would like to

say goodbye to me,

so go find zem,

if you don't mind!

Oh, no!

Hey!

Watson's disease.

What?

He's got

all the symptoms.

Slimy skin!

Bulging eyes!

No ears.

We're gonna

miss you, little buddy!

Poor Jean-Bob.

He was such a

good little frog.

My favorite amphibian.

Why can't we do the double

drop with a reverse lashing?

We're master

trap makers, Cutter!

That's the best way to

finish off the Swan Princess!

No traps.

You know what

would be perfect?

The kingpin slider

with a knot turn!

You're talking crazy.

If we fail, the Hunter-Prince

is sure to track it back to us,

and then the Swan Princess would

come and wipe out all the scullions.

Is that what

you want? Is it?

Acknowledge!

Acknowledge!

'Course not!

Well then, you gotta

stop talking traps, Jojo.

Yeah, yeah. Sorry. I don't

know where me mind went.

No, no, no, it's okay.

I don't know.

Sometimes my brain...

Forget about it.

We've got work to do.

You know, a horse just

might get around that.

But not the wagon and

the Swan Princess, eh?

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Brian Nissen

Brian Nissen (20 October 1927 in London – 8 February 2001 in Salisbury, Wiltshire) was a British actor and television continuity announcer. more…

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