Tinker Bell and the Secret of The Wings

Tinker Bell and the Secret of The Wings
Tinker Bell and the Secret of The Wings




71 minutes


Animation, Family



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Sweet as sugar and beautiful to look at, this computer-animated Tinker Bell adventure is a candy-coloured delight. In it, Disney's much-loved fairy mischief-maker lets her curiosity get the better of her when she ventures into the forbidden Winter Woods, where her wings start sparkling strangely. Determined to find out why, she encounters a frost fairy called Periwinkle who's experiencing the same phenomenon, and together they discover an amazing secret. But Tinker Bell's rule-breaking has terrible consequences that puts the magical homes of her and Periwinkle at risk, and leaves them racing to find a way for 'warm' and 'cold' fairies to enjoy friendships without destroying Pixie Hollow forever.

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