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Tinker Bell And The Lost Treasure DVD Review

Tinker Bell And The Lost Treasure
Courtesy Of Disney

In this brand-new Tinker Bell adventure from Disney DVD, the feisty fairy goes off in search of a magic mirror lost in the hold of a sunken pirate ship – without Peter Pan.


Tink’s Tale

When the Fairy Queen calls upon Tinker Bell to make her a new ceremonial scepter to celebrate the coming of the rare blue harvest moon, things don’t go exactly as planned. So when the little fairy that could catches wind of the legendary and lost magic mirror that she thinks will help solve all her problems, she decides to set off from Pixie Hollow to find it with the help of her lightning-bug companion, Blaze.



Lessons Learned

We don’t want to give away too much of the story behind this cute movie but, like all good Disney flicks, there’s a big lesson to be learned behind all the adventures and pirate ships and sunken treasures. In Tinker Bell And The Lost Treasure, you’ll learn about growing up and what it means to be a true friend.


Fairy Features

This Blu-Ray (Disc 1) and DVD (Disc 2) combo-pack comes with the following extras and bonuses:

  • Magical Guide To Pixie Hollow
  • Scenes You Never Saw
  • The Gift Of A Friend Music Video By Demi Lovato

  • Tinker Bell And The Lost Treasure DVD Rating: [rating 4, movie][/rating]


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    JennyD

    JennyD wrote:

    I dint get to watch it or don't remember watching it
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