Princess Protection Program

Synopsis: When a tiny country is invaded by a dictator, a young Princess (later known as Rosie) is taken into custody by the Princess Protection Program. She is whisked away to rural Louisiana where she must learn the ins and outs of behaving like a normal American teenager. In the process of adapting to her new life, Rosie gives her new friend and roommate, Carter, a few lessons in how to act with royal aplomb.
Genre: Comedy, Drama, Family
Director(s): Allison Liddi-Brown
Production: Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment
  3 wins & 3 nominations.
90 min


Do what you wanna do

Be what you wanna be

Freedom's no mystery

Say what you wanna say

Tomorrow is another day

But here's the news

Nobody's stopping you

Do what you wanna do



Hey, you just...

Hi, Donny.



Right. How much?

Oh, no, no, no. No charge.

A deal's a deal.

Free bait in exchange

for never having to take the bus again.


-Carter, talk to you for a second?


So, did he ask you

to that homecoming dance thing yet?

Dad! Don't embarrass me.

I'm your dad, it's my job.

Come home right after school.

We got a lot of work to do around here.


What are you doing here?

Donny's driving us until I get

my new ride. Isn't that sweet?

That's sweet. There's no room for me.

Sure there is. Come on, climb in.

No, she's right. Brooke's already

wrinkling my after-lunch outfit.

No, I'm not!

Chelsea, this is high school, not Vegas.

You don't need a costume change.


But you might wanna think about it.

I'm sorry, Carter.

Hey, thanks for the bait.

-See you.


Do what you wanna do

Be what you wanna be

Freedom's no mystery

Say what you wanna say

Tomorrow is another day

I can't stand them.

They're such princesses.

You said that like it's a bad thing.

Carter, they're teenage girls.

They're probably just jealous.

Yeah, I'm pretty sure they're not.

It's Mason. Yes, sir.

No, sir.

Right away.

You're leaving again?

Two days, max. It's no big deal.

It's just a routine op.

Yeah, that's what you always say.

Just be careful. Okay?


You and me, pal.

You and me, Dad.

Her Royal Highness,

Rosalinda Marie Montoya Fiore.

Princesa de Costa Luna.

And you're walking, and walking as

your adoring subjects welcome you.

Dimitri, my coronation

is one month away.

-Why do we have to practice now?


The rehearsal is so that

everything will be perfect.

Princesa, what a beautiful

coronation dress you are wearing.

Who, may I ask, designed it?

You did, Mr. Elegante.

-So I did. I am brilliant, no?


Thank you for coming

to help Rosalinda.

Now that my husband

has passed away,

only she can become

queen of Costa Luna.

But it is so much

for someone so young.

And I'm afraid that General Kane

will take advantage of that.

No, I'll be here, Sophia.

I'll protect her like she's my own.

I know you will, Major Mason.

I know you will.

Sounds like your music.

Turn to face your subjects, Rosalinda.

Honored guests, family, friends,

I present to you Princesa

Rosalinda Marie Montoya Fiore,

heir to the throne of Costa Luna.

She is willing to be your queen.

If any person has a reason to object,

let them come forward and be heard!

I object.

The Princesa is too young to be queen.

Costa Luna and Costa Estrella

are two tiny countries

who must unite and stand together

against the world.

Therefore, for the good of both

our countries, l, General Magnus Kane,

declare myself El Presidente

de la Republica de las Costas.

Seize them!


-The time is now.

Go now with Major Mason. Go now!

Hurry, my queen,

we must go now.

Who are you?

Where are you taking me?

I'm here to protect you,

but you need to trust me.

But what about my mother?

She's going to meet us,

but we need to hurry.

-Are you all right, Mama?

-Yes, yes, darling, yes.

I knew General Kane

would try something like this,

so I made a plan to protect you.

You must trust Major Mason.

You must do everything he says.

Do you promise me you will do that?

-Yes, Mama, I promise.

-We need to move.

-Okay. Come on.

-Mama, where are we going?

No, not "we," mija. You.

The General will say

you abandoned the country,

but I must stay, so the people know

that you will return when it's safe.

No! Not without you.


So, no matter what happens,

you never forget you are a princess.

Don't worry, mi reina bonita,

we will be together very soon.

We gotta go now. Let's go.

Hurry up! Inside!


You will never find her.

And as long as she remains free,

there will be hope in Costa Luna.

I could not agree more.

But the Princesa is only a girl, madam.

She will contact her mother.

And when she does,

I will bring her back to Costa Luna,

where she will rot with her mother

in a tiny dirt cell.

You will both become a tragic symbol

of futility to those who would defy me.

Take her away!

What is this place?

You'll see.

Door opening.

Door closing.

What... Where am l?

Is this some kind of prison?

Not prison, protection.

Princess Rosalinda

Marie Montoya Fiore,

you are now in the safe custody

of the International Princess

Protection Program, the PPP.

I've never heard of it.

Nobody ever hears about us

until we're needed. Good work, Major.

Thank you, Director.

Level three. Security.

You'll be safe now, Princess.

How long am I staying here?

Until you're ready for stage four.

Stage four? What is stage one?


That is what brought you here.

-Stage two?

- Transition.

-Transition to what?

-Stage three.

Come inside, why don't you?

And I will explain everything.

Welcome, Rosalinda,

to the operational heart

of the Princess Protection Program,

a top-secret agency funded

by the world's royal families.

We are actively providing protection

to 29 princesses,

all of whom have been threatened

in one way or another.

-Chloe, may l?

-Of course, Director.

This is Princess Chandra.

Last January, Major Mason rescued

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