Barbie Mariposa and the Fairy Princess

Synopsis: Join Mariposa & her new friend, Princess Catania, in this magical adventure to save the fairy land of Shimmervale. Together, the girls learn that with great friends, the sky is the limit!
Director(s): William Lau
Production: Universal Pictures
79 min

Once upon a

time in the land of Flutterfield,

there lived a Butterfly Fairy

named Mariposa.

She was the smartest fairy

in the land.

She read every book

she could find.

And the dashing Prince Carlos also

shared her love of reading.

Then, one day,

Mariposa discovered that the

magical lights in Flutterfield

were growing dimmer.

These lights protected Flutterfield

from the Skeezites,

monsters who eat

Butterfly Fairies.

The lights were going out

because Henna,

an evil Butterfly Fairy, had poisoned

Queen Marabella,

and it was the Queen's magic

that made the lights shine.

So, Mariposa and her friends

flew to the Bewilderness

on a quest for an antidote.

But along the way, they faced peril

and danger of all kinds.

When they finally arrived at the

Cave of Reflections,

Mariposa proved her courage

and earned the antidote.

When she did,

her wings grew larger

and even more beautiful.

Mariposa and her friends

returned to Flutterfield

to discover the Skeezites

attacking the Royal Palace.

Mariposa gave the antidote to the Queen,

who was instantly healed.

The magical lights returned, forcing

Henna and the Skeezites to flee.

Queen Marabella hailed Mariposa

and her friends as heroes,

which they are to this day.



Hey, Mariposa!

Hello, Mariposa!



Hey, Mariposa!

Oh, hello!

Morning, Mariposa.


Hey, Mariposa!

Good morning.

Thanks for the

suggestion on the book.

Oh, no problem.

I'm glad you like it.

Wait till you read the sequel.

Mariposa. Excuse me.


Sorry to bother you, but I was hoping

you might have a chance to say hello.

My daughter's a big fan.

Of mine?

I know all about how

you and your friends

got the big scary Skeezites

out of Flutterfield.

Oh, it wasn't just me, there were

lots of fairies who helped.

Willa helped.

Is it true you've read every

book in Flutterfield?

(LAUGHS) Well, not every one,

but there's still time.

Will you sign my book?

Really? Okay.

And whenever you're looking

for a book recommendation,

come by the Royal

Library in the palace.

I'm there every day.

I will, for sure!

Thanks so much, Mariposa!

You're welcome.

See you later.


Hey! How come I never

get an autograph?

(CHUCKLES) Because

you never have a pen!

You must be the most

famous librarian ever.

"Royal Historian. "

And I chose the best

job in the world.

I get to spend all day with the biggest

collection of books in Flutterfield.

(SIGHS) It's perfect.




(LAUGHING) Easy, Zee.

I'm right here.

What is it?


The Queen?

Did she say why?



That would be a surprise, since

it's not Mariposa's birthday.

Let's go find out.

Zee, lead the way!








Thank you for coming.

Of course, Your Majesty.

Prince Carlos.

Good morning, Mariposa.


Oh! Lord Gastrous.


Mariposa, tell me, what do you

know about Crystal Fairies?

The Crystal Fairies?

From Shimmervale?

Crystal Fairies? Yuck!



Their land is built

on an amazing

natural energy source

called Crystallites,

and the Crystallites heat and power

everything in their realm.

See, Mother, I told you she'd be

the perfect choice.


She hasn't mentioned

that they're vicious, vile,

and the sworn enemies

of the Butterfly Fairies.

With all due respect,

Lord Gastrous,

I don't believe

that to be true.

Ah-ha! You see?


I've been around long enough

to know who our enemies are.

Mariposa, Crystal Fairies

are scary and cruel.

Everyone knows that.

Only because that's what

we've been led to believe.

It's what's in our fairy tales.

But the real history is different.


Centuries ago,

Butterfly and Crystal Fairies were allies.

Then, the Crystal Fairy King

accused the Butterfly Fairies

of trying to steal

their Crystallites.

The Butterfly Fairies denied it,

the Crystal Fairies

didn't believe them,

and everyone got

angrier and angrier

until the two sides declared

themselves eternal enemies,

and vowed never

to have contact again.

Okay, but what about the part

where the Crystal Fairies

grind the Butterfly Fairies'

wings to make their bread?

Where's the picture of that?

You won't find it.

It never happened.


Your Majesty, the girl has no

idea what she's talking about!

But I do!

Your Majesty,

all the horrible stories about

Crystal Fairies are just that,


This is history.

And it's exactly the thing on which

we should base our decisions.

Research, not hearsay.

I'm convinced.

Mariposa, you shall

leave for Shimmervale

as Flutterfield's

Royal Ambassador.

You will live with the Royal Family

for one week,

and prove that...


...Butterfly Fairies and Crystal

Fairies can be friends.



But Crystal Fairies

are dangerous!

If Mariposa goes there,

she'll be...

Welcomed as an

honored guest.

That's what King Regellius

assures me.

The Crystal Fairies will love you,

Mariposa. I know it.

But, who will look after

the Royal Library?

Willa can manage that.

She can?

I can?


Of course she can.

And I will help also.


I'm sorry. I can't.

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Elise Allen

Elise Allen is an author and a television writer. She has been active as a writer since 1996. Allen has been nominated for two Daytime Emmy Awards, for Outstanding Writing in a Pre-School Animated Program and Outstanding Writing in Animation for Dinosaur Train (2009). Allen's TV writing work includes The Lion Guard, Dinosaur Train, Sid the Science Kid, and some Barbie (film series) movies. She is the author of the "Gabby Duran and the Unsittables" middle-grade book series, as well as the chapter book series "Jim Henson's Enchanted Sisters", and the stand-alone novel Populazzi. She has also co-authored Hilary Duff's "Elixir" series, and Bella Thorne's "Autumn Falls" series. more…

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