The Pirate Fairy

Synopsis: When a misunderstood dust-keeper fairy named Zarina steals Pixie Hollow's all-important Blue Pixie Dust, and flies away to join forces with the pirates of Skull Rock, Tinker Bell and her fairy friends must embark on the adventure of a lifetime to return it to its rightful place. However, in the midst of their pursuit of Zarina, Tink's world is turned upside down. She and her friends find that their respective talents have been switched and they have to race against time to retrieve the Blue Pixie Dust and return home to save Pixie Hollow.
Director(s): Peggy Holmes
Production: Walt Disney Home Entertainment
  5 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
78 min


If I could reach the

top of the world

Be all I am It'd be so beautiful

If only I could be brave

and I could be strong

I would know where I belong

If only

I wanna feel free to be who I am

What I'm about is

more than I've been

Ready to show the world who I am


A little bit of sun.

Oh, look!

Hey, Zarina!


Out of pixie dust again, sug?

You know me, Rosetta.

I could give you some tips

on conserving your supply.

I may just take you

up on that, Dessa.

A Dust Keeper Fairy

who's always out of pixie dust.

Ironic, isn't it?

Right there. Nice. Okay.

Rinse time!

Time to dry!

Hey, Z! Wings okay?

Just enjoying a stroll.

But thanks, Fawn.

Nice wind, Vidia.

Thanks. What's a "stroll"?

Oh, no!

So I could be who I am

Yeah, yeah, yeah

I'm closer to where I'm meant to be

If I try I know that

I can get there

I'm not gonna stop 'cause I believe

That there's so much more to me

So much more

I wanna feel free to be who I am

What I'm about is

more than I've been

Ready to show the world who I am

Started it out, but I'm holding in

Find my own place to stay

So I can be who I am


We put the dust in the bags

and they stay there, right?

And yet, we sprinkle dust

on top of something,

and it floats.

Well, that's just how

pixie dust works.

Well, yes, I know,

but "Why?" is the question.

Know what I mean?

Not even a little?

Never once had the thought?

Good morning,

- Dust Keepers!

- Oh!

Good morning, Fairy Gary!

All right, let's see.

On blue dust duty

today we have, uh...

- What were we on?

- "Y."

Ah! Yes. Yvette.

Yvette is out for the

day, Fairy Gary.

Dust-Keeper elbow flared up again.

That's fantastic!

I mean, poor, poor Yvette.

Well, um, that brings us to...

Zarina, you're up!


Can you believe it?

I mean, one day early.

It's so exciting!

Uh... Six clicks to the right.

Yes, thank you.

- Wow.

- Careful, now!

After last time,

I'm sure I don't have to remind you

just how potent and powerful...

- No touching, I promise.

- Attagirl!

All right, then. Exactly 26 specks.

But why 26?

- And here we go.

- Why not 25?

What would happen

if we put in, say, 27?

- We put in 26.

- But why?

Ah, Zarina, you're the most

inquisitive fairy I've ever known.

Correction, it's a tie.

Let's just say, you're the

Tinker Bell of Dust Keepers.

But why do you say it

like it's a bad thing?

Because we don't work

with twigs and acorn caps.

We work with pixie dust.

It's our lifeblood.

There's no room for error.

Blue dust.

One of nature's

mightiest multipliers.

It takes the golden dust

from a trickle to a roar.

No matter how many times

I see it, just... Wow!


Okay, but if there's blue dust,

why can't there be other colors?

Because there aren't.

And maybe those other colors

do other things.

What if there was,

I don't know, purple?

What if there's pink?

The day someone finds

pink pixie dust

is the day I trade in

my kilt for trousers.

Well, what if we don't find it?

What if we make it?

Listen carefully, Zarina.

We do not tamper with pixie dust.

It is far too powerful.

But if we don't,

we'll never fully understand

what it's capable of.

That is not our job.

We're Dust Keepers.

We nurture the dust, maintain it,

measure it, package it,

and distribute it.

A beautiful tradition,

day in, day out,

passed from one generation...

- the next, to the next, to the next.

- Oh!

- Oh! Ahh!

- Oh, no!

Fairy Gary!

Are you okay?

Technically, I didn't

touch it this time.

The cap?

Let me be absolutely clear, Zarina.

Dust Keepers are forbidden

to tamper with pixie dust.


No result.

No result. No result.

No result. Ugh!



Two parts sunflower seed,

a dash of moonflower.


It worked!

Oh! Hey, Zarina!

- What brings you...

- Tinker Bell...


- Remember how you were

the first one to use lost things,

and everyone thought

you were kind of crazy?

I believe Fairy Mary

called them "junk."

Exactly! But now, even she uses them

and tinkering is better than ever.

Well, that's nice of...

And remember how you crossed

the Winter border

when you knew it wasn't allowed,

but you just had to anyway?

I like to think it was

more of a grey area.

- Good. Now, keep that in mind.

- Whoa!


You're bending light.

You're bending light?

But you're not a Light Fairy.

You're a Dust Keeper.

Amazing, right?

Uh, but, how?


You found orange pixie dust?

No, Tink. I made

orange pixie dust.

That's never been done before.

Exactly! I knew you'd understand.

Now, I can finally figure out

everything pixie dust is capable of.

Oh, what does Fairy Gary

think about all this?


- He doesn't exactly know.

- What?

He doesn't really think

we should tamper with pixie dust.

- Do you mind stirring?

- Uh, okay.

I guess he thinks it's

just too powerful.

- Oh! You can't stop.

- Oh! Uh...

Is that blue dust?

You're doing this with blue dust?

Yes, and it just takes

the tiniest bit.

Can you believe it?

- Back up a little.

- Uh...


- Wow.

- Purple pixie dust.


Purple equals fast-flying talent!



- Garden talent next!

- Uh...

- Zarina?

- Pink pixie dust...

Maybe you should, you know,

slow down a bit.

Five pieces of petal

for every three drops of extract.

- Uh, should it be bubbling like that?

- Mmm-hmm.

Two? This time you're adding two?

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