The Swan Princess: Royally Undercover

Synopsis: After mysterious visitors arrive in the Kingdom, Princess Alise, Lucas and their friends go undercover on a secret spy adventure to see if they can be trusted. They will need all of their superior detective skills as well as some super cool gadgets to solve the royal mystery and save the Kingdom.
79 min






(MAN) I can smell it, can't you?

I sure can. It smells

just like your sweet tea.

And your breakfast scones.

Heh. That's because it's epilia.

Spice of spices.

Ha! Look. It just grows wild.

Whoa, there Ferdinand. There's

a lot more where that came from.


Wow, how much can we take home?

(DEREK) After we sign

the trade agreement,

you'll have all the epilia

you could ever want.

(FERDINAND) Whoo-hoo!


May we?


(BOTH) Mmm.

We'll take everything you've got.

Oh! I'm afraid, Count Antonio here

has already spoken for this lot.

Not at all.

It's yours, I insist.

Oh, no. We couldn't.

You mustn't worry about me, princess.

Every year, I manage to go home

with more than my fair share.



But my fair subjects, before we sign

this historic agreement,

allow me a fond reflection.

Ugh! Here we go.


Sold to Count Antonio?


Princess Odette,

I knew your late father,

King William very well.

- I once saved his life in battle.

- (QUEEN) Ahem.


Uh... Or rather, he saved mine. Ha.

He was a manly man.

People often said we

looked like twin brothers.


Um... Cousins.

- Ahem.

- Distant cousins.

Ha, ha. Yes,

but that was a long time ago.

Back when I was covered with muscles

and had a thick head of hair.

Ha-ha-ha. Remember, dear,

that hair of mine?


Yes, Your Highness.

My father spoke of you often.

And he would be

so pleased to know we're signing

- an agreement today.

- (FERDINAND) Derek.

What's-his-tonio bought all the epilia.

You can't let him do it, Derek.

(DEREK) Oh, no.


Run, Ferdinand.

Our hope is that this treaty...

The dam is breaking.

Quick, get to higher ground.


Oh, no.


(WOMAN) My boy. My boy.

I can't find my boy.

Help me, please.

Can you help me find my boy?

Prince Derek. Wait.

(ANTONIO) Prince Derek.

It's decided then.

As soon as we return to our kingdoms,

we'll raise money to rebuild the dam.

(ODETTE) It sure won't be easy.

Or cheap.

And yet, it falls to us.

We must do some good in the world, no?


Your royal highness.

Until we meet again. Hyah!

Take care, my friend.


You took my epilia.



All the epilia that could be saved

belongs to you, young chef.

(ROGERS) Your Majesty.

Your royal highness. Princess.

And fellow people of our grand kingdom.

Our dear Queen Uberta

will now make a royal proclamation.

My fellow servants and dearest friends.

We don't know the people

of Trumbeau well.

But they are good people,

like you and me. Ha, ha.

I... And they have suffered

a great loss.

I ask that we join together as one.

And give whatever we can to help

rebuild their shattered lives.

All across the world

So many hearts in need

When we help each other

Is when we start to see

Every journey starts

With just one step

Do what you can

And just believe

We are one

When we stand together

We are one

Learn to lend a hand

Through the darkest times


We are brighter than the sun

Watch what we can become

When we are one

Like the branches of a tree

Blowing in the wind

We are bound together

By the strength

We have within

Even mountains move

When we all sing

With one voice

Hand in hand we come together

Let us all rejoice

We are one

When we stand together

We are one

Learn to lend a hand

Through the darkest times


We are brighter

Than the sun

Watch what we can become

When we are one

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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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