Tangled: Before Ever After

Synopsis: Rapunzel grapples with the responsibilities of being a princess and the overprotective ways of her father. While she wholeheartedly loves Eugene, Rapunzel does not share his immediate desire to get married and settle down within the castle walls. Determined to live life on her own terms, she and her tough-as-nails Lady-in-Waiting Cassandra embark on a secret adventure where they encounter mystical rocks that magically cause Rapunzel's long blonde hair to grow back. Impossible to break and difficult to hide, Rapunzel must learn to embrace her hair and all that it represents.
Production: Disney Television Animation
  3 nominations.
55 min

Flynn rider:
This is the

story of how I died...

And went to heaven!

Okay, so the kingdom of corona,

to be exact,

but hey, let's not get hung up

on semantics.

Once upon a time,

a single drop of sunlight

fell from the heavens...

You know what?

I'm just gonna give you

the rapid-fire shorthand here.

The sundrop created a golden

flower with healing powers,

creepy, old, mother gothel sang a song

to said flower to regain her youth.

Yada, yada, yada, the queen

got sick, flower healed queen,

queen gave birth to rapunzel, who was born

with the flower's magical healing powers,

and everything was all flying

lanterns and cheering subjects,


Gothel stole the Princess

and kept her locked in a tower

for 18 long years.

Then the Princess was rescued

by a dashing, steely-eyed,

suave, smoldering,

devilishly charming rogue.

Now, some people might

have called him a thief,

but I always preferred the term

"misunderstood good guy."

You see, it wasn't always easy

for young Eugene.

Raised as an orphan

on the rough streets of...


Hey, Eugene. Focus?


Huh? Oh, right. Sorry.

So, the beautiful

young maiden, that's you,

and the handsome rogue,

that's me, made a deal.

We followed some lanterns,

I saved you from gothel,

you saved me from... death,

and then you got arguably the world's

most overly dramatic haircut.

-And then... -rapunzel: And then,

I was reunited with

my long-lost family.

But that is where

our new story began.

Six months had passed,

I was loving life

inside the kingdom of corona,

and my coronation

to officially become Princess

had finally come.

We all had a few

surprises that day.

-Didn't we, sunshine?


Laugh it up, frog.

Now, I know

what you're all thinking.

Yes, Eugene and I

did get married.

But make no mistake,

getting to the wedding day

and our happily ever after

would be the biggest adventure

we would ever face.


Oh, that's good.

They're gaining on us.

There's more of them!

Good. It'll keep

things interesting.

Man, these guys are persistent.

So am I.

I'll meet you at the wall.

Sounds like a challenge.

Think you can keep up?

Oh, it's not me

you have to worry about.


They're your problem now.

Oh, great.

Okay, Max, follow my lead...

Oh, log, log, log!

Ooh, good thing

the ground broke his fall.

- Huh?

- Whoa, bunny crossing!

Careful fidela, watch out,

watch out. Cute little bunnies.

You're not getting

away this time!

- Rapunzel:



We're almost there.

Oh, come on!



- Looking good, cap.


Pascal, look at that view.


Okay, okay,

i know what you're thinking.

Now, it may have

seemed like you won,

but you gotta take

into account that my hair

is actually

longer than yours now,

so we gotta

factor in wind resistance.

Hmm. Wow.

Have you ever seen

anything so beautiful?

Yes. Yes, I have.


The game's over, your highness.

The welcoming ceremony

is about to begin.

Well, I think we showed

those guards who's boss.

Now, what do you say we go

make you an official Princess?

Oh, is that today?

Haha, very funny.

Now come on, we better get

you back to the castle.

Ooh, maybe I can squeeze in

a royal massage.

Before my daily trim, of course.

I know, Pascal.

We'll get out there soon.

Ha. Race you back

to the castle.


Princess, the time.

This way, Princess.

- Jane?

- Ethel.


That's enough.

I'll take it from here.

How you holding up?


But busy is good.

I'm glad you think so, raps,

'cause this welcoming ceremony

is just the beginning.

Tomorrow's the festival,

followed by the royal banquet,

and that's all before the

actual coronation on Sunday.

Oh, come on, really?

Look, rapunzel, I know this

Princess thing is new to you,

but you've got to at least

try to act the part.

Trust me, Cassandra,

I know how important

this is to my dad.

As you've requested,

your majesty,

we've doubled security on both

the main gates

and the south towers.

Good. We have guests

from all over the world.

I want them to know

that they are safe.

Everything for my little girl's

coronation weekend

must be absolutely perfect.

Hi, dad.

Now, as Princess, you are not only

representing yourself and the family,

but all of corona.

Don't worry, dad.

I won't let you down.

But while we're on the whole

Princess, coronation thingy,

I mean, all these royal

activities are great,

but do you think i might be able

to catch a little downtime soon?

I know this is all new,

but you'll adjust.

After all, your friend seems

to be getting on just fine.


Helmut, my man,

this hat ties

the whole outfit together.

Now, I know what

you're all thinking.

"Why is Eugene in such

a good mood today?

"I mean, what gives?"


Okay, not great,

but how about this?

And what better day to propose to a

Princess than at her coronation?

Okay, no pressure.

Just introducing myself

to the most important

people in the world.

Representing my mom, dad,

and the entire kingdom.

We got this.

Lady caine, what is it?

Time to pay our respects

to our beloved royals.

We're good at making

people feel welcome.

This is

completely doable... ish.

Your highness, i present

dame Elizabeth Van hoskins

of Rochester.

Get in here!

So nice to meet you.

Um, perhaps you should refrain

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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