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Sesame Street: P Is for Princess

By Joly Herman, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 3+

These princesses don't need a prince! Perfect fun for pre-K.

Movie NR 2010 45 minutes
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age 6+

Based on 6 parent reviews

age 6+

Happy (mildly late) Birthday to randomkidthatexists‘s daughter, Kaelee

age 18+

Heck no

Sesame Street: P Is for Princess is BANNED in my house!!!!!! My kids watched this movie and now go around saying things to people like you’re stupid or you’re an idiot. I asked them where they learned that and they said Sesame Street: P Is for Princess. Do not let your kids watch it’s horrible.

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Parents say (6):
Kids say (1):

Educational and entertaining, with a few jokes thrown in for parents, this latest addition to the Sesame Street collection is best suited for the pre-K set. However, adult fans of Rudd's more grown-up roles will enjoy watching him ham it up in his cheesy prince costume.

Abby and Elmo fans will enjoy watching their Muppet pals solve problems, make up games to play, and enjoy life on their special neighborhood. Though they can be a little high-pitched for adult ears, the interactive games that Abby and Elmo play are wholesome, educational, colorful, and fun. You couldn't ask for a better combo for wee viewers.

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