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Tinkerbell is back for a whole new season of adventure inTinkerbell and the Lost Treasure. Pixie Hollow is all abuzz with preparations for autumn and Tinkerbell is hard at work on her latest invention when she is unexpectedly summoned by Queen Clarion and the Minister of autumn. Tinkerbell fears that she's in trouble again, but is instead delighted to find out that Fairy Mary has recommended her for the important job of creating a one-of-a-kind scepter that will focus the light of an unusual blue harvest moon through a rare moonstone in order to replenish the pixie dust tree's supply of pixie dust. Tinkerbell gladly rises to the challenge, accepting her dust-keeper friend Terrence's offers of help, but as the days fly rapidly by, pressure begins to build and Tinkerbell becomes annoyed by Terrence's constant attention. Sending Terrence away on an errand seems like a good idea, but what he brings back inadvertently causes the almost finished scepter and the incredibly rare moonstone to break into pieces. Tinkerbell lashes out at Terrence and then departs alone on a desperate quest to fix the moonstone. What Tinkerbell learns on her journey is that she must take responsibility for her own actions and that the power and value of true friendship is much greater than she'd ever imagined. Like the firstTinkerbell, the colors and clarity of animation are simply breathtaking in this production, but the story lags somewhat thanks to a lengthy set up and a general lack of suspense in the first half of the film. Still, it's a perfectly entertaining movie that will delight children ages 3 and up as well as satisfy most parents. Returning voice talent includes Mae Whitman, Kristin Chenoweth, Jane Horrocks, Anjelica Huston, Jesse McCartney, and Raven-Symone.--Tami Horiuchi

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CastAnjelica Huston, Lucy Liu, Mae Whitman, Jesse McCartney, Jeff Bennett, Grey DeLisle, Kristin Chenoweth, Raven-Symoné, John Di Maggio, Pamela Adlon
DirectorKlay Hall
Genre:  Adventure, Animation, Family, Fantasy
Release Date:  16 October 2009 (USA)
MPAA Rating:  G
Screen WriterKlay Hall, Evan Spiliotopoulos
DVD Release Date:  October 27, 2009
Runtime:  81 min
Studio:  Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment
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review by . February 11, 2011
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A Slight Improvement Over the Original
   Only a year after 2008’s Tinker Bell DVD release, the little fairy was back in sequel called The Lost Treasure.  While it was slated for direct-to-DVD release, it actually earned a short (one week) theatrical run so as to be Oscar nomination eligibility. All of the case of the original film reprise their roles with a few new characters being introduced here along the way.  The story takes place in the mystical Pixie Hollow (within Neverland) once more but this time …
review by . March 22, 2010
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Returning to Pixie Hollow, Walt-Disney brings forth the next chapter in the "fairy tales" about Tinker Bell and her friends in TINKERBELL AND THE LOST TREASURE. The Autumn Revelry is approaching and this year's festival will be particularly special as it will occur during a blue harvest moon. When such a moon appears, the fairies use a precious moonstone to restore the Pixie Dust Tree. A special scepter for the celebration is created in which is placed the moonstone. The moonstone is an incredible …
review by . October 27, 2009
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Note: The review that follows is of the "Combo Pack" edition of Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure in both the DVD and Blu-ray formats, released on October 27, 2009.    Based on my observations of the young children who watched this film with me, this latest Tinker Bell film will be an especially popular animated feature among those in the 4-ten age group. Although it lacks the powerful story line and colorful characters found in Snow White and Pinocchio, it offers abundant charm …
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