Disney Princess Enchanted Tales: Follow Your Dreams

Synopsis: Princess Aurora and Princess Jasmine learn valuable life lessons in two short stories.
Genre: Animation, Family
Director(s): David Block
Production: Walt Disney Home Entertainment
  1 nomination.
56 min

( upbeat jazz playing )

( roars )

( wooan shrieks )

( squeaking )

( ousic ending )

( crickets chirping )


Good night, sweetheart.


Good night, Mom.


Sleep tight, kiddo.

( light switch clicks )

( door closes )

( owl hooting )

( owl hooting )

( ticking )

( wind blowing gently )

( door creaking open )

( gasps softly )

( wind blowing )

( gasps )

( wind whistling )

( gurgling snarl )

( screaoing )

( screaoing louder )


( shrieking )

( screaoing )

Oh! Aye! Oh! Oh!

( shrieking )

( alaro blaring )

( yelps )


Simulation terminated.

Simulation terminated.

Simulation terminated.

Simulation terminated.

Simulation terminated.

All right,

Mr Bile, is it?

Uh... my friends

call me Phlegm.


Mr Bile, can you tell me

what you did wrong?

I fell down?

No, no, before that.

Can anyone tell me

Mr Bile's big mistake?


( coughs )

( groans )

Let's take a look

at the tape.

Here we go.

Uh, right...


Ah! There, see?

The door.

You left it wide open.

( whiopers )

( all ourouring )

And leaving the door open

is the worst mistake

any employee

can make because...?

Um... it could let in a draft?

It could let in

a child!

Oh! Mr Waternoose!

There is nothing more toxic

or deadly than a human child.

A single touch could kill you!

Leave a door open

and a child could walk

right into this factory!

Right into the monster world!

I won't go

in a kid's room!

You can't make me!

You're going in there

because we need this.

( children screaoing )

( whiopering )

( static and feedback )

( screaoing stops )

Our city is counting on you

to collect

those children's screams.

Without scream,

we have no power.

Yes, it's dangerous work

and that's why I need

you to be at your best.

I need scarers

who are confident, tenacious

tough, intimidating.

I need scarers like... like...

James P. Sullivan.

( snoring )

Hey! Good morning,


It's now five after

the hour of 6:
00 a.m.

in the big monster city.

Temperature's a

balmy 65 degrees--

which is good news

for you reptiles--

and it looks like it's

going to be a perfect day

to maybe, hey,

just lie in bed, sleep in

or simply... work out that flab

that's hanging over the bed!

Get up, Sulley!

-( honking )

-( screaoing )

I don't believe I ordered

a wake-up call, Mikey.

Hey! Less talk, more pain,

marshmallow boy!

-( growling )

-Feel the burn!

You call yourself

a monster?

( growling )

Scary feet, scary feet,

scary feet!

Oop! The kid's awake!

Okay, scary feet, scary feet,

scary feet, scary feet--

Kid's asleep!

( roaring )

Twins! In a bunk bed!

( growling )

Ooh! I thought I had you there.

Okay, Sulley, here we go.

You ready? Follow it.

Oh! It's over here!

Oh, look over there!

Don't let the kid

touch you!

Don't let it touch you!

I don't know,

but it's been said

I love scaring kids in bed!

Come on, fight that plaque!

Fight that plaque!

Scary monsters

don't have plaque!

1 1 8... do you have 1 1 9?

Do I see 1 20?

Oh, I don't believe it!

I'm not even

breaking a sweat.

Not you!

Look! The new

commercial's on!

( yells )


The future is bright

at Monsters, Incorporated.

I'm in this one!

I'm in this one!


We're part of your life.

We power your car.

We warm your home.

We light your city.

I'm Monsters, Incorporated.

Hey, look! Betty!


Carefully matching every child

to their ideal monster...

-( roars )

-( screaos )

to produce superior scream

refined into clean,

dependable energy.

Every time

you turn something on

Monsters, Incorporated

is there.

I'm Monsters, Incorporated!


We know the challenge--

the window of innocence

is shrinking.

Human kids are harder to scare.

Of course, M.I. is prepared

for the future

with the top scarers...

( child screaoing )

the best refineries

and research

into new energy techniques.

-( yelling )

-( shrieking )

Okay, here I come.

We're working

for a better tomorrow... today!


We're Monsters, Incorporated!


We're M.I.--

Monsters, Incorporated.

We scare because we care.

I can't believe it.

Oh, Mike...

I was on TV!

Did you see me?

I'm a natural!

( phone rings )


I know!

Hey, wasn't I great?

Did the whole

family see it?

It's your mom.

What can I say?

The camera loves me.

( bicycle bell rings )

I'm telling you, big daddy

you're going to be seeing

this face on TV a lot more often.

~Yeah? Like, on

Monstropolis's Most Wanted?

( oocking laughter )

You've been jealous

of my good looks

since the

fourth grade, pal.

Have a good day, sweetie.

You, too, hon.


Okay, Sulley, hop on in.

Nope. Uh-uh. Uh-uh.

Hey, hey, hey, hey, hey!

Where you going?

What are you doing?

Mikey, there's a scream shortage.

We're walking.

Walking?! Yep.

No, no, no, my baby.

Come on. Come on.

Look, she needs

to be driven.

Bye, baby.

I... I'll call you!


Hey, genius,

you want to know why

I bought the car? Huh?

Not really.

To drive it!

You know, like,

on the street?

With the honk-honk

and the vroom-vroom

and no walking involved.

( oock whining )

Give it a rest,

will you, butterball?

Come on, you could

use the exercise.

I could use

the exercise?!

Look at you.

You have your own climate!


How many tentacles

jump the rope?


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Shirley Pierce

One of the most prolific writers in Australia, Shirley has worked on films that have had a cumulative box office of over a half a billion dollars. In ten years of writing for Walt Disney Studios, Shirley worked on over two dozen projects ranging from features Dinosaur, Home on the Range and Meet the Robinsons to the Holocaust drama Misha. The short John Henry, which she wrote for Disney, won international film festivals and was shortlisted in its category for the Academy Awards. Her screen adaptation of the opera Aida was source material for Elton John's successful Broadway production. Having just delivered a legal drama for Full Circle Productions, Shirley is writing a TV mini-series for Filmgraphics. Previously, she delivered a wartime romance for Hard Rock Entertainment, co-wrote an adaptation of a Tuscany romance for Intomedia. She also delivered a rewrite of a millennial love story for Radioactive Pictures which has just picked up her romantic-comedy, Mating Game, for production in 2022. Shirley wrote and produced the short film No Means which was an official selection at five international film festivals including festivals in Los Angeles, Melbourne and New York. She also wrote and co-produced the successful anti-bullying music video Free You Be You which was nominated for a Heart of Gold award and a finalist in the Grand Indiewise Film Festival. Shirley wrote for networks ABC and the Nine Network plus producers Trish Lake, Matt Carroll and Chris Brown. Shirley's TV movies include the Lena Horne Story for ABC, Black Entertainment Television's thriller Incognito, TNT's Passing Glory for Quincy Jones and family drama Colour of Rage. Shirley has written for studios in the U.S., Australia, Japan and Spain. She has developed projects for MGM and Sony Pictures. Shirley wrote romantic drama For Real for New Millennium Studios and the urban love story How to Make Your Man Behave. Other credits include the urban drama Hothouse Flowers, the TV drama Kaleidoscope for Caravel Pictures, the story for thriller Murder on the Reef for Wonderland Media and a book adaptation of romantic novel, Seducing Mr. Maclean. Shirley has developed projects for Stephen J. Cannell, Fox Television, NBC, Proctor and Gamble, Hanna Barbera, Crawfords and the Australian Children's Television Fund. She has also lectured on screenwriting at film festivals, film schools and universities. more…

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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