Barbie & Her Sisters in the Great Puppy Adventure

Synopsis: Barbie and her sisters, Skipper, Stacie and Chelsea, and their adorable new puppy friends fnd unexpected mystery and adventure when they return to their hometown of Willows. While going through mementos in Grandma's attic, the sisters discover an old map, believed to lead to a long-lost treasure buried somewhere in the town. With their puppy pals in tow, the four girls go on an exciting treasure hunt, along the way discovering that the greatest treasure of all is the love and laughter they share as sisters!
 
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2015
76 min
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[Chelsea]

Are we there yet?

I've already finished

these puzzles twice.

Frontwards

and backwards.

For the last time,

Chelsea, we're--

[GPS]

We are almost there.

We are going to have

the best time here

in Willows.

[Both] Yay!

Yay.

I even made

a summer fun list

to make the most

of the two-week visit.

Whoa! That's a lot of fun.

[GPS]

Re-calculating route.

Again.

Barbie, according to my GPS,

we should have turned

back there to get

to Grandma's house.

Skipper, I don't need a GPS.

I know my way

around Willows like I know

my way around Malibu.

There it is, guys!

[Barbie]

The first tree.

[Chelsea]

The first tree ever?

The first willow tree

in Willows.

[Barbie] The town's founding

fathers brought a willow tree

twig with them,

and all the other willows

here came from it.

You sure know a lot

about Willows.

And twigs.

Oh, I learned all of that back

when I was a Willows tour guide.

Ahem.

If you look

to your left,

you'll see Town Square.

[GPS]

Re-calculating. Re-calculating.

[Barbie]

Oh! There's McKinley's

Ice Cream Shop,

where I was Junior Scooper

of the Month nine months

in a row.

The clock tower

where I was voted

Most Melodic Bell Ringer.

[bells chiming]

And over there

is city hall.

Let me guess,

you worked there too?

Hm. She was Mini-Mayor

when she was four.

It was purely ceremonial.

Except when I declared

ponytails the official

hairstyle of Willows.

Are we gonna spend

the whole vacation on

the Barbie Memorial Tour?

[gasps] The playground!

[Stacie]

It has the coolest

giant pirate ship!

[chuckles] Stacie thought

it was a real pirate ship.

Give me a break, Skipper.

I was four.

Ooh, there's a bench!

What? I thought we were

just pointing stuff out.

Don't you remember

anything about Willows?

Chelsea was just a baby

when we moved to Malibu.

[sighs] I'm sure

I'll remember something.

[Barbie, Skipper, Stacie]

Willowfest!

[giggling]

Willowfest! Whoo!

Where are we again, Joe?

Wisconsin.

Oh, yeah. Well, they all

start to look the same

after a while.

All we do is set up...

[grunts] break down.

Set up...

[grunts] break down.

Don't worry, Marty.

Our luck's gotta change soon.

[grunts]

Ah!

Can't you do anything right?

-Sorry, boss!

-[grunts]

Our old house!

Just as I remembered.

Perfect.

[car horn honks]

Tiffany, our esteemed guests

have arrived.

[gasps] There's Grandma!

[GPS]

You have reached

your destination.

Finally.

[All]

Grandma!

Girls!

You've all gotten

so big.

I hardly recognize you.

Grandma, it's not like

you haven't seen us.

We just e-chatted

last week.

That may be,

but you can't have an e-hug.

Get over here. Oh!

Girls, I have a surprise

for you.

I love, love, love surprises!

Go on, they're inside.

-Oh, that's cool. Come on!

-Oh, I wonder what it is.

They?

[gasps] Cupcakes!

You shouldn't have.

[barking]

Look under the cupcakes.

[barking]

Yay! Puppies!

-[Barbie] Oh! Aren't they sweet?

-[Chelsea] Aw!

They're Tiffany's girls.

Oh, they're so cute!

What are their names?

I don't know.

Why don't you decide?

Mama, these girls

are so cute!

Is this our surprise?

Yes, girls. You're finally

going to get your names.

[barking]

[giggles] I'm gonna

call you Honey.

[sniffing]

Can I keep her?

[chuckles]

Wow.

Nailed the dismount.

That's some moves, Rookie.

Hear that? I'm Rookie.

[sniffing]

[giggles]

Do you want to listen

to some tunes, little--

um... DJ?

DJ?

[music plays in headphones]

Oh, yeah! That's my jam.

[barking, singing]

[laughs] A little pitchy,

but you've got rhythm.

[kisses] Come here, girl.

Don't you want

to go and meet Barbie?

What if she doesn't like me?

Tiffany:

How could she not like you?

Go on.

Hello, there.

Oh! You're adorable.

What's your name?

Pup-a-doodle-doo?

Salt 'n' Puppa?

Cute-asaurus Rex?

No, that's not right.

Well, we'll think of

a name for you later.

I'm gonna call Christie.

Gotta make plans for Willowfest.

Riding all the rides

with her is number one

on my summer fun list.

Whoa!

I don't think she's gonna

let you go without her.

Yeah, she's stuck to you.

[giggles]

Like taffy.

What do you think of that?

Aw, that's a cute name.

Don't worry, yours is cuter.

Come on, Taffy.

I can't wait to see you.

Yes, I'll meet you

at the ticket booth.

You know it.

-Okay, you too.

-[knocking]

[giggling]

No, you hang up first.

This is your old room?

[gasps] I didn't know

you were a rodeo clown!

Just one summer.

Those bulls mean business.

Chelsea?

You'll be staying in

Skipper and Stacie's old room

across the hall.

[giggling]

My bed is still

the bounciest.

Bounce, bounce, flip, bounce.

Mine still has

the best view.

What's that?

Chipmunk? An old shoe?

Bacon?

How come I don't have

a princess bed?

Or any photos?

Last time we lived here,

you slept in a crib.

I bet you can still fit.

[sighs]

You know, there might be

something of yours upstairs

in the attic.

Let's investigate.

[gasps] Whoa!

Chelsea, this was your crib.

See, Skipper?

I'm way too big to fit.

[gasps] Whoa!

Have you been,

like, everywhere?

[chuckles] Your grandfather

and I always loved

a good adventure.

Whoa! Is this

a pirate spyglass?

We got that in Morocco.

Hey, Stacie, over here!

What?

[both giggling]

Cool!

Oh!

[sighs]

[sniffing]

Whoa!

Hide and go seek.

Honey, you're it.

One, nine,

four, eleven,

uh...

ten, four...

This smells like Barbie.

one! Ready or not,

here I come!

Aw, how do you always find me?

Okay, new game.

I'm it.

No pounce-backs.

Aw.

[ragtime music plays]

Oh, whoa!

[music stops]

[Taffy squealing]

It's dark in here.

Let me out!

Whew, thanks.

You're welcome.

And you're it.

Is this me?

[Barbie]

Taffy!

Taffy?

There you are.

I was looking for you.

[gasps]

My summer box.

I can't believe

you still have it.

I kept all my summer

keepsakes in here.

Hey, my Junior Scooper scoop.

[gasps] My Junior Mayoral sash.

Aw, my Willowfest ribbons.

Whoa, Grandpa's notebook.

[Taffy barks]

Wow! I almost forgot

about that.

Hm.

What is it?

It's my treasure map.

[All]

What?

[Grandma]

Legend has it

a treasure was buried

right here in Willows

by the town founders.

They wanted to make sure

Willows would always prosper,

and the treasure would be there

in a time of need.

It is said

that they hid clues

to its location

throughout the town

for future generations to find.

No way!

Yes, way.

Every summer, Grandpa and I

would look for clues together.

Does everyone in Willows

know about the treasure?

Oh, over the years people

have forgotten about it.

Most now just believe

it's an old folktale.

But Grandpa believed.

So you never found it?

No. After a while,

we just gave up.

I wonder what the treasure is.

Diamonds? Jewels?

Gold doubloons?

Smelly socks?

Tennis balls?

Bacon!

No one knows for sure.

With all that gold, I'd buy

a skateboard park and put it

inside a basketball court.

Then I could double ollie

right into an alley-oop.

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Amy Wolfram

Amy Wolfram is a writer of comics and television. She has scripted episodes of the animated series Teen Titans, Legion of Super-Heroes and Te more…

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