The 7th Dwarf

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Once upon a time,

long ago in Fantabularasa...

There was a baby...

Who was a princess.

Then this mean old witch

showed up at her christening...

And put a curse on the princess.

"If she ever gets pricked

by something

before she turns 18..."

She and everyone

in the castle will fall asleep

just like that.

Nighty night

for a hundred years!

Unless someone comes along...

Or someone without a horse

who loves the princess a whole

bunch and gives her a kiss.

- But her dad...

- The king...

...is still really scared.

The witch might come back

and prick his little girl!

That's why he made her wear

this suit of armor.

That must have been

really uncomfortable.

And she had to wear it

all the time!

Even when she was almost

a grown up already.

- In the castle...

- Of Fantabularasa!

Mmm-hmm.

So, you lost your key

to your chastity belt again?

Fear not.

We've all been there.

Mosey on down

to Jebediah Rumplestein's.

The fastest blacksmith in town!

And if bedbugs

are keeping you up at night

- burn your mattress.

- Oh!

And now for the weather forecast

from our very own Druid Steve.

Princess?

- Rose?

- Jack!

You're in danger!

Dellamorta,

she knows about our love.

- Dellamorta!

- She knows about you.

Is she here?

She has ears everywhere.

And you are the only one

who can lift her curse.

- You have to hide!

- Hide? Where?

Somewhere safe.

- Somewhere she won't find me.

- Let's tarot it.

Here, in a deep underwood

- beyond the seven... Um.

- Beyond the seven hills?

Yes! Beyond the hills

in the green woodshed.

Where the seven dwarfs

their dwelling have made.

I thought that's just

a fairy tale.

You'll be safe there.

Stay there until the celebration

here at court is over.

And in case Dellamorta's curse

should come true,

then you, my hero,

will come back and save me

and the whole castle

with a kiss of true love.

Yes, that's true.

I love you, Rose.

Here. For you.

Wear it close to your heart.

This way,

I'll always be near you.

Are you alone, Rose?

Uh, yes.

Of course, I am, Daddy.

Well,

who are you talking to then?

Nobody.

I'm just practicing my speech

- for my birthday.

- Right.

Very good, my child.

Guys, we need to get back

to basics.

It's fairy cake time.

Oh, ho, how!

It's a pretty good day For cake.

If you're in a hurry

Take a break.

And bake a birthday cake

Forget about your troubles

That's the deal.

Take some sugar Take some meal.

For real?

And we'll feel fine

For the start we're gonna

Need some lard.

- Farina and wheat.

- Ls all we need.

Everybody bake on my command!

One, two, three.

Four.

Seems like a pretty good day.

For a tasty cake.

Get the butter Baking powder

- Speedy!

Sing a little bit louder!

Delicious!

It's a pretty good day For cake.

If you're in a hurry

Take a break.

And bake a birthday cake.

Oh, oh, oh.

Forget about your troubles

That's the deal.

Take some sugar And some meal.

For real?

And we'll feel fine.

Seems like a pretty good day

For a tasty cake.

Whip the cream!

Mix the dough.

speedy-

Hurry up and don't be slow.

It's a pretty good day For cake.

If you're in a hurry

take a break.

And bake a birthday cake.

Ho, ho, ho.

And all we need

To finish the job

Is an apple on the top

on.

Where's Bobo?

WOW!

Huh?

Hmm.

Oh!

- "Oh, Hey!

- Oops."

Hello, I'm kind of lost.

I'm Jack, little man.

And who are you?

Hello, Jack Little Man.

I am Bobo.

Be careful, Bobo,

your shoelaces are untied.

Oh, no! Not again!

- Hmm.

- No worries!

I know how to tie my shoes.

Wow, good.

We're baking a birthday cake

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