The Swan Princess: A Royal Myztery

Synopsis: When a mysterious "Z" begins appearing as a mark on everyone in the kingdom, Odette, Derek, Alise, Lucas and all their friends work together to find out what it means.
Director(s): Richard Rich
Production: Swan VIII LLC.
79 min


Final load.

It's been a long day.

Queen U! Queen U! Queen U!

I've never seen

such an enthusiastic crowd.

Oh, dear. She's been

touring for weeks.

Queen Uberta,

your fans await.

She too pooped to party.

Upsy daisy now.

No, downsy daisy. No!

Quick, before I pass out!

Queen U! Queen U! Queen U!

Step aside

please, dear.


You're such

beautiful little fans.

- Thank you.

- Hi, Queen U.

- And what is your name?

- My name's Ashley.

- Next.

- Hi, Queen U.

- What's your name?

- Melody.

I had no idea

how popular this book was.

Are you kidding?

I've read it five times.

Count Antonio, that snake!

He wanted all the gold

Queen U got for our dam,

so he pretended to be

in love with her!

But she saw through it

and brought him down!

- Your name?

- Gwendolyn.

"For Gwendolyn."

My mom says

you made this book up

and that you loved

Antonio for realsies.

Your mother is...


Oh. Hello!

Queen U! Queen U! Queen U!

Remember, girls,

it's a queen's world!

The kings just live in it.

I was born to be a writer.

Why did I waste so much time

on flower arrangements?

Queen U! Queen U! Queen U!

Time to boogie home.

Come on!

How's she doing?

I love you.

I was only pretending

to be in love with Antonio.

In your dreams, woman.

In your dreams.

- Mother!

- What's wrong?

Never fear, Uberta!

I'll defend you from...

Was it a moth again?

I told you, Uberta, moths are

nothing more than pale butterflies.

This is not

the work of a moth!

More like a mountain lion!

Or a dingo!

A dingo scratched my baby!

Oh, nonsense. I know exactly

what made these marks.

It was bound to happen, the way you

clutch that book day and night.

What have I done?


Hmm. I don't know, Rogers.

These scratches aren't really

consistent with mother's nails.

And I didn't see any fibers

under her nails, either.

Let's leave forensics to a

professional, shall we?

No! Give her back to me!

You can't touch her!

No! Out! Out! Out!

Better cover.

Well, at least her lungs

are in good shape.

I can't believe I'm looking

for an animal that claws things.



Uh... Too small.

- Oh. Possum.

- Still too small.

- Rats?

- Tell me,

is this one of those times

when it's okay

for a husband

to not tell the truth?

Actually, it's required.

Oh. Then these tracks

were made by friendly,

fluffy little mice

who smell of cinnamon.

- Nice try.

- I'm serious.

They'd give you the shirt off

their back, if they had one.

- I see.

- Feel better?

Not in the least.

Rats. Ugh.

Lucas, come and see!


I hope

King Sebastian likes it.

Oh, he certainly does.

Thank you for bringing your

talents to my kingdom.

Oh. I'm going to get my easel

and paint a selfie of me

and Jasper with these flowers.

Flowers smowers.

You couldn't get these things

to bloom later in the day, huh?

- You're spoiled, Number 9.

- Spoiled?

I prefer to think of myself

as very deserving.


Oh, come on, nothing?


Scully, you're back!

We planted tulips

for King Sebastian.

Which is the very reason

I came.

- Might be a frost tonight, so...

- Got to get these covered then.

Know where I can find some

giant sheets in this kingdom?

Hmm. Unfortunately, I do.

How many more

do you think we need?

We've got a lot

of tulips to cover.

Can we be done now?

Oh. The scary expert is scared?

Boogie, boogie, boogie.

Just 'cause I know scary

doesn't mean I like scary.

I think this is the sheet

that was used

to cover Antonio

and Nicollo's submarine.

Psst! More over here! Let's

load them up and move them out!


If I didn't know better...

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Brian Nissen

Brian Nissen (20 October 1927 in London – 8 February 2001 in Salisbury, Wiltshire) was a British actor and television continuity announcer. more…

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