Tinker Bell

Tinker Bell
Tinker Bell

Year

2008

Duration

74 minutes

Genres

Animation

Language

English

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Synopsis

Tinker Bell is not a happy fairy. She doesn't understand why the other fairies get to do bigger, more important jobs - and so determined little Tinker starts to practice all the tasks her friends have been given. Big trouble is the result, not just for her but for all the fairies and the humans they look after, too. This beautifully made computer-animated adventure takes the character from Peter Pan and makes her a star in her own right.

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Contains infrequent, very mild threat

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