Tinker Bell And The Lost Treasure

Synopsis: Tinker Bell journey far North of Never Land to patch things up with her friend Terence and restore a Pixie Dust Tree.
Director(s): Klay Hall
Production: Walt Disney Pictures
  1 nomination.
81 min

"The changing

of the seasons

"brings wonder to the world

"For ages has the magic

of the fairies been unfurled

"But nature's greatest changes

come beneath the autumn sky

"and mysteries reveal themselves

as harvest time draws nigh

"This year, a shimmering blue moon

will rise before the frost

"Perhaps its rays can light the way

to find what has been lost"

(SINGING) Time to turn the maple

brilliant crimson

Time to turn the Aspen

sparkling gold

Time to tumble apples

from their branches

Time to tell

the breezes crisp and cold

A chilling

Folds the countryside

Kiss of morning mist

upon the meadow

Scent of wood smoke

swirling in the air

Signals that it's high time

for the harvest

Every pumpkin, peach

and prickly pear

With ripened fruit to bear

If you believe

In who you are

Who you were

always meant to be

If you open up your heart

Then you set your spirit free

In this time of the season

Every leaf on every tree

Will start to shine

Come and see

Take my hand

Come with me

And fly


Oh! Oh!

Yeah, okay. There you go!

No, no, no!

Good job.

In this time of the season

Every leaf on every tree

Will start to shine

Come and see

Take my hand

Come with me

And fly

- Morning, Stone.

- Hey, Terence.

Come on, let's go. Flap your wings!

Those fairies on the mainland

won't be able to fly without pixie dust!

Terence, have you delivered

the pixie-dust rations to the scouts yet?

Yep. Finished today's

and half of tomorrow's.

Remember, one cup each.

No more, no less.

I know, Fairy Gary.





Well, that's my cue.

I'll catch you guys later.

And where are you off to?

Just doing some errands and stuff.


- Errands!

- And stuff!

Why are you guys talking like that?

No reason.

- All right.

- Say hi to Tinker Bell, would you?



Very funny.

All right, you got me.

I'm gonna help Tink again.

- Is it okay if I take this?


Thanks. See you tomorrow.



Thanks. Okay, try it now, Cheese.


Yeah, that's it!

Keep going. Keep going!

Hey, Cheese.

Special delivery for Tinker Bell.

Hi, Terence.

Who's your best friend

that always delivers?


- Iridessa?

- Nope. Try again.

- Fawn?

- Me!

(CHUCKLES) Just kidding.

So, what do you think

of the Pixie Dust Express?

Wow. The guys are gonna love this

back at the depot,

and it sure is going to help out

on the river-outpost deliveries.

Hey, is that a stretchy thingy?

Yeah, I thought you could use it

for your motor.


I think it's gonna be perfect.



All right, Cheese, ready to launch.



It floats!


Okay. Are you ready

for the official test run?

Don't worry. I'll be right next to you.

- All set?

- Check.

Let her rip.


And now for hydro-drive.




Oh, no!







- Are you okay?

- Yeah. Thanks.


I can't believe the boat broke.

I guess your guys

are gonna have to wait a little longer.

I'm impressed.

Usually when one of your inventions

doesn't work out, you overreact,

but I must say,

you're handling this one pretty well.

- I drove it into a tree?

- Never mind.



I made it to help you, Terence.

It should've worked.

Come on.

Look, it just needs a little tinkering.

Let's see.

Who do I know who's a good tinker?

Bobble. Bobble's a good tinker.

Or Fairy Mary,

she's got a lot of experience.

Or... Hey, what about Clank?




- Someone's in trouble.

- Hey, I haven't done anything, lately.

The stinkbug incident?


Oh, no.

Tinker Bell, Queen Clarion awaits.

It's all

a big misunderstanding.

I'm sure the queen wants to see me

about something completely unrelated.


One moment.

Tinker Bell is here.

She's waiting outside, my lady.

Thank you, Viola.

- Fairy Mary, are you certain?

- Whatever do you mean?

Only that Tinker Bell,

while undoubtedly talented, also...

- Is a hothead? Flies off the handle?

- Well, yes.

I believe she deserves a chance,


After all, tinker fairies

learn from their mistakes.

Very well.

Agreed. Tinker Bell!

Fairy Mary tells me she knows...

It's not my fault, Your Highness!

Those stinkbugs were asking for it.

- This isn't about the stinkbugs, is it?

- No.

But we can certainly

come back to that later.


You do know the Minister of Autumn.

- My dear.

- Hi.

Are you familiar

with the great autumn revelry?

Well, everyone's talking about it.

They're so excited.

Since time immemorial,

fairies have celebrated

the end of autumn with a revelry,

and this particular autumn

coincides with a blue harvest moon.

A new scepter must be created

to celebrate the occasion.

Behold, the Hall of Scepters.


- They're beautiful.

- Every scepter is unique.

Some are the work of animal fairies,

some of light fairies, or water fairies,

or garden fairies.

This year,

it is the turn of the tinker fairies.

And Fairy Mary has recommended you.


- Me? But I'm... I'm...

- A very talented tinker.

The scepter must be built

to precise dimensions.

At the top, you will place a moonstone.

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Evan Spiliotopoulos

Evan Spiliotopoulos is a Greek-American screenwriter, best known for writing Hercules, Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure and Beauty and the Beast. He also wrote the script for the film The Huntsman: Winter's War. more…

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