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Parents need to know that Angelina Ballerina: Ballerina Princess is not typical princess-geared fare in the Disney tradition, but instead focuses on the familiar love for fine arts, friendship, working together, and the thrill of performance found in all the Angelina shows, while also promoting a love for learning.
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ANGELINA BALLERINA: BALLERINA PRINCESS offers a refreshing take on typical princess-themed fare. Here, a performance might incorporate a fairy tale or two, but the mouselings still care about dancing well, being good friends, not hurting feelings, and learning -- in this case, about the art and culture of Indian music and dance. There's even a mini lesson about the Hindi language, and some native traditional lore (when's the last time you came across that in a Disney princess flick?)
For kids who have an interest in art and music or already love Angelina Ballerina, there are rewarding plotlines here. Parents will be happy to find episodes packed with good reminders about inclusivity, curiosity, and doing the right thing. It's hard to go wrong with Angelina offerings: They're cartoons that have found a way to stay modern, but with timeless lessons.
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- On DVD or streaming: March 6, 2012
- Cast: Charlotte Spencer, Naomi MacDonald
- Director: Davis Doi
- Studio: Lyons Group
- Genre: Family and Kids
- Topics: Magic and Fantasy, Princesses, Fairies, Mermaids, and More, Adventures, Cats, Dogs, and Mice, Friendship
- Run time: 61 minutes
- MPAA rating: NR
- Last updated: September 20, 2019
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