Marooned on an idyllic islet, the beautiful young woman, Ro, sees her world turn upside down, when an adventurous prince takes her and her furry friends to explore civilisation. Could Ro be Rosella, the missing Island Princess?

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Greg Richardson
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Kelly Sheridan ... Ro / Rosella (voice)
Melissa Lyons Melissa Lyons ... Rosella (singing voice)
Alessandro Juliani ... Prince Antonio (voice)
Christopher Gaze Christopher Gaze ... Sagi (voice)
Steve Marvel ... Azul / Minister (voice)
Susan Roman ... Tika (voice)
Garry Chalk ... Frazer / Calvin (voice)
Russell Roberts ... King Peter (voice)
Patricia Drake Patricia Drake ... Queen Danielle / Mama Pig (voice)
Bets Malone Bets Malone ... Tallulah (voice)
Britt McKillip ... Rita (voice) (as Britt Mckillup)
Carly McKillip ... Gina (voice) (as Carly Mckillup)
Chantal Strand ... Sofia (voice)
Andrea Martin ... Queen Ariana (voice)
Candice Nicole Candice Nicole ... Princess Luciana (voice)
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Storyline

Barbie plays Rosella in this new musical film. Shipwrecked as a child, Rosella grows up on the island under the watchful eyes of her loving animal friends. The arrival of Prince Antonio leads Rosella and her furry pals to explore civilization and ultimately save the kingdom by uncovering a secret plot. Written by Anonymous

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All-New Movie Musical! 9 Original Songs! See more »

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Animation | Family

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TV-Y | See all certifications »
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Trivia

Throughout the movie you can see ladies in the background who are Genevieve's sister from the 12 Dancing Princesses. They even wear the same dresses. See more »

Goofs

Tika refers to guarding a pie, when in fact it is a bowl of nuts and berries. Interestingly enough the "baked" pie is shown in the trailer. See more »

Quotes

Frazer: Oh! I must tell the king!
Queen Ariana: Yes. You do that.
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Connections

Followed by Barbie and the Diamond Castle (2008) See more »

Soundtracks

The Rat Song
Performed by Scott Page-Pagter and Ian James Corlett (as Ian James Corlette)
Music by Megan Cavallari
Lyrics by Amy Powers and Rob Hudnut
© 2007 Mattel Rhapsody (ASCAP) and Songs of Mattel (BMI)
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Our Favorite Barbie Movie - And an excellent movie overall...
23 April 2008 | by pokee999See all my reviews

I find it hard to believe that these Barbie movies don't get more exposure or recognition, because I think the are all so amazing. I didn't even know that these movies existed until I let my 2 year old daughter pick out a movie at the video store. She picked Barbie & The 12 Dancing Princesses (which is also a favorite). I expected them to be silly and not to have much depth (like my son's Land Before Time movies). Boy, was I wrong! They are so good, we've bought almost all of them now.

The reason I love this movie so much is that it's the ultimate love story (and not just love of a "boy & girl", but the love of family, too). It reminds me a little of the movie "Ever After" with Drew Barrymore. Sure, it's the standard 'formula' movie, but it's very satisfying and quite touching in the end (I even cried! A 40 year old woman crying watching a BARBIE movie! I can't believe I am even admitting that!). Not to mention, the songs are excellent. I am not much for musicals, but the songs in this movie really fit in. They don't just break out in song for no reason - it really meshes into the storyline (like most Disney movies I love like Beauty & The Beast and The Little Mermaid, but perhaps even more effectively than those). The woman that sings the songs also sang in the other Barbie musical movies and her voice is phenomenal.

The best part about this movie is that it's not scary in any way for the small kids. My son likes Barbie in the Magic of Pegasus better (because of the scary Wenlock), but watches this one along with his sister just as intently.

Keep the WONDERFUL Barbie movies coming. We are HUGE fans!


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Language:

English

Release Date:

18 September 2007 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Barbie as the Island Princess See more »

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