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My Little Pony: The Princess Promenade

2006 animated film

My Little Pony: The Princess Promenade is a 2006 direct-to-videoanimatedmusicalfamilyfantasy film produced by SD Entertainment and distributed by Paramount Home Entertainment in association with Hasbro. The film is the second feature in the third incarnation of the My Little Pony series and the first film to promote the Crystal Princess line. It featured the debut of the Breezies and the 2006 re-design of Spike the dragon, who originally featured in the first My Little Pony series from the 1980s.

The film received mostly positive reviews from critics, and became the first successful My Little Pony animation to date, before the debut of My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic. It has a strong following amongst "G3" collectors[citation needed], and has been positively received by many since its DVD debut in 2006. The DVD also features two bonus episodes: A Charming Birthday, which was originally released on video in 2003 and Pinkie Pie and the Ladybug Jamboree. The film is notable for being the MLP animation that was sent to Lauren Faust in the hopes of retooling the My Little Pony series.

The movie has been reissued in the 2-disc DVD collection My Little Pony: Classic Movie Collection, alongside The Runaway Rainbow, Dancing in the Clouds and Friends are Never Far Away.

Alongside Crystal Princess: The Runaway Rainbow and Twinkle Wish Adventure, the film premiered on August 8, 2014 on the Hub Network after its "My Little Pony Mega Mare-athon".[1] According to Broadway World, the "Mega Mare-athon" itself drew in 5.4 million viewers and has earned significant delivery growth on every demographic measured by Nielsen: Kids 2-11 (+134%), Girls 2-11 (+179%), Kids 6-11 (+169%), Girls 6-11 (+216%), Adults 18-49 (+111%), Women 18-49 (+146%), Adults 25-54 (+74%), Women 25-54 (+76%), Persons 2+ (+124%) and Households (+98%).[2]

Summary[edit]

The Spring Promenade is nearly here, and the ponies are preparing for it with the help of the Breezies. But a troublesome weed lands Wysteria and Pinkie Pie in a mysterious cave where Spike the dragon has been sleeping for a thousand years. He makes Wysteria a princess, but Wysteria learns that it's more important to be true to yourself.

Music[edit]

  • "Breezie Blossom"
  • "Friendship and Flowers"
  • "Feelin' Good"
  • "A Princess is in Town"
  • "Everypony is a Princess"

Characters[edit]

Main article: List of My Little Pony characters

Major characters[edit]

Wysteria
Voiced by: Tabitha St. Germain

Wysteria is an earth pony with a purple body and a purple, white, and pink mane and tail. Her cutie mark is wisteria flowers. Wysteria is Ponyville's gardener and organizer of the Spring Promenade. She is shown to be a good gardener who loves flowers. She is shy, but she finds a way to fill every activity with laughter and fun. After awakening Spike from his 1000-year sleep by touching the flower, she became Princess Wysteria, The Princess of Ponyville. But despite being a princess, she feels very sad being bound by the rules while watching her friends do all the hard work for the parade. After she convinced Spike to help her for the Spring Promenade and made it a success, she then appointed all her friends as Princesses.

Pinkie Pie
Voiced by: Janyse Jaud

Pinkie Pie is an earth pony with a pink body and a light pink mane and tail. Her cutie mark is three balloons. Pinkie Pie is imaginative, friendly and fun-loving, sometimes taking the lead in some situations. She also loves planning big parties and anything pink, referring to her name. Other than that, she also likes to hang out with Minty, despite her being a klutz.

Rainbow Dash
Voiced by: Venus Terzo

Rainbow Dash is an earth pony with a sky blue body, pink, orange, yellow and green mane and dark blue, purple and pink tail. She has a rainbow on the clouds as her cutie mark. Being the most mature of all the ponies, Rainbow Dash is stylish, and also caring. She herself sometimes cares about her friends more than her outside appearance, though she can freak out on some occasions. She usually speaks with a British accent and always adds the word "darling" into her speeches.

Minty
Voiced by: Tabitha St. Germain

Minty is an earth pony with a mint green body and a pink mane and tail. Her cutie mark is three swirled mint candies. Minty is described to be a green machine, who likes anything green. She also loves collecting socks, standing on her head and playing checkers with Sweetberry. She is also a complete klutz, always tripping into some things without looking where she is going, or crashing to some obstacles and ending up breaking things. Minty also has obsessive compulsive tendencies.

Razaroo
Voiced by: Jillian Michaels

Razaroo is an earth pony with a purple body and a blue, light pink and white mane and tail. Her cutie mark is a green and yellow parcel tied with pink and white ribbons. The main protagonist of A Charming Birthday, Razzaroo is Ponyville's resident party planner. She always plans everyone's birthday using her Birthday Book. In the special, she and her friends did a surprise party for Kimono.

Kimono
Voiced by: Kathleen Barr

Kimono is an earth pony with a pinkish-purple body and a dark purple mane and tail. Her cutie mark is two yellow Japanese lanterns with flower designs. Kimono is the wise sage of Ponyville and also the keeper of all pony legends and lore. Known to be knowledgeable, she is often sought for advice by the ponies. Although she is born in Ponyville, she prefers to live in the outskirts of town.

Minor characters[edit]

Sweetberry
Voiced by Kathleen Barr

Sweetberry is an earth pony with a magenta body and a purple, green and white mane and tail. Her cutie mark is two strawberries and a white flower. Sweetberry is the owner of the Sweetberry Sweet Shoppe and alongside Cotton Candy, works at the Cotton Candy Cafe. She likes to help each other out in and also likes to make several sweet treats for her friends. She is sometimes busy but very reliable.

Cotton Candy
Voiced by Kelly Sheridan

Cotton Candy is an earth pony with a pink body and a blue, light pink and white mane and tail. Her cutie mark is a cone of cotton candy. She is the owner of the Cotton Candy Cafe, where she serves ice cream and sundaes to her friends. She is also a storyteller, and enjoys conversation.

Sparkleworks
Voiced by Venus Terzo

Sparkleworks is an earth pony with an orange body and a pink mane and tail. Her cutie mark is a yellow, red, blue and white fireworks. Sparkleworks is a glitzy pony, who has a big imagination and can make each and every day an adventure. She is also found of glittery stuff and Razaroo explained that she coated Ponyville with glitter during her birthday.

Sunny Daze
Voiced by Adrienne Carter

Sunny Daze is an earth pony with a white body and a yellow, pink, orange and purple mane and tail. Her cutie mark is an orange and pink smiling sun surrounded by purple clouds. Sunny Daze is a brave, athletic pony, who usually loves outdoor activities and things with bright colors.

Daffidazey
Voiced by: Ellen Kennedy

Daffidazey is an earth pony with a white body and a yellow, orange, pink, blue and purple mane and tail. Her cutie mark is an orange, yellow and purple flower with three green leaves. Daffidazey is Ponyville's hair stylist, who runs the Twist n' Style Petal Parlor. She values cleanliness highly and can't usually see well unless she uses her glasses. She also has good styling skills and even fixed up Spike, despite being dirty and all messed up.

Spike
Voiced by: Brian Drummond

Spike is a dragon with blue scales and orange spikes. Spike resides deep under the Celebration Castle in Ponyville until Wysteria woke him up from his 1000-year sleep. Because of this, he explained that whoever touched the flower Spike's holding, she'll be appointed as the Princess of Ponyville in which Wysteria has the role. He is shown to be knowledgeable on things and gives the ponies some advice.

Zipzee
Voiced by: Andrea Libman

Zipzee is a Breezy with a yellow body, a yellow antennae and an orange mane and tail with a yellow streak. Her cutie mark is two orange and white flowers. She is always seen with Tiddly Wink and Tra La La, living in Breezy Blossom. Unlike the two, she has an allergy to pollen and flowers, and ends up sneezing like crazy when she's near one - though she doesn't let this keep her away from them, as she loves the smell of Spring. When together with Tiddly Wink and Tra La La, they decide together on where to go or what to do.

Tiddly Wink
Voiced by: Chantal Strand

Tiddly Wink is a Breezy with a purple body, a pink antenna and a dark purple mane and tail with a pink streak. Her cutie mark is a purple flower. She is always seen with Zipzee and Tra La La, living in Breezy Blossom. When together with Zipzee and Tra La La, they decide together on where to go or what to do.

Tra La La
Voiced by: Britt McKillip

Tra La La is a Breezy with a light pink body, a pink antenna and a pink mane and tail. Her cutie mark is a pink flower. She is always seen with Zipzee and Tiddly Wink, living in Breezy Blossom. When together with Tiddly Wink and Zipzee, they decide together on where to go or what to do.

Bonus episodes[edit]

A Charming Birthday[edit]

The DVD includes a second animated feature, titled A Charming Birthday, originally issued on a VHS alongside the Glitter Celebration Ponies in 2003. Chronologically taking place before Dancing in the Clouds, it shows how the ponies in Ponyville planned a special surprise party for Kimono.

Pinkie Pie and the Ladybug Jamboree[edit]

The DVD includes a short animated feature, titled Pinkie Pie and the Ladybug Jamboree which is made specially for the film. The story is set after The Princess Promenade and before The Runaway Rainbow, explaining Pinkie Pie's band named "Pinkie Pie's Ladybug Jamboree".

Media[edit]

Books[edit]

A storybook adaptation of the film was created by Nora Pelizzari and was published by HarperFestival on January 3, 2006. A comic adaption is also published by Tokyopop in 2006.

Reception[edit]

DVD Talk editor Mike Long said that "However, I found the previous entry into this series, A Very Minty Christmas, to be goofy fun which offered enough charm to be enjoyed by adults and children. That movie took a familiar plot, the clumsy soul who almost ruins Christmas, and put some new twists on it while fully integrating it into the pony world. The Princess Promenade does very little to distinguish itself from any of the other home videos out there aimed primarily at young girls. At some point, simply having ponies and princesses doesn't cut it and one should expect a good story." He also stated in the same review that "I realize that I may sound curmudgeonly in my assessment of My Little Pony: The Princess Promenade, but when it comes to entertainment for my kids, I want something that tries a little harder, and this show doesn't meet those standards. Still, fans of "My Little Pony" (such as my daughters) will enjoy the program, but it probably won't be one that they watch over and over."[3]

Internet Movie Database gives it a score of 7.8, being the second highest scoring My Little Pony animation to date, first being My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic (which scored an 8.7).

Inspiration[edit]

According to Lauren Faust, she stated that she used some of the ideas in the DVD special on her pitching for My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic,[4] as Lisa Licht of Hasbro Studios considered that Faust's style was well suited to that line and asked her to consider "some ideas where to take a new version of the franchise."[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^"50 HOUR VIEWING EVENT!: FIRST EVER MY LITTLE PONY MEGA MARE-ATHON FEATURING EVERY SINGLE EPISODE OF ALL FOUR SEASONS OF "MY LITTLE PONY FRIENDSHIP IS MAGIC" BACK-TO-BACK, STARTS AUGUST 4, ON THE HUB NETWORK" (Press release). Los Angeles, CA: Hub Network. July 14, 2014. Retrieved July 15, 2014.
  2. ^"Hub Network's MY LITTLE PONY MEGA MARE-ATHON Draws 4.3 Million Viewers". Broadway World. August 12, 2014. Retrieved August 12, 2014.
  3. ^"My Little Pony - The Princess Promenade". DVD Talk. Retrieved August 14, 2010.
  4. ^ abTekaramity (September 15, 2011). "Exclusive Season 1 Retrospective Interview with Lauren Faust". Equestria Daily. Retrieved September 16, 2011.

External links[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/My_Little_Pony:_The_Princess_Promenade

2006 - Crystal Princess


The ponies all love pretending to be a princess. But they’re in for a surprise when they discover that, for one special pony, this fairy tale might really come true!

Singles



Accessory Sets

Discount Accessory Sets

These sets could be found at discount chain stores like Family Dollar, Big Lots, etc. All of the ponies released with these sets were released prior, however these new releases have noticable variations, such as no tinsel and matte bodies.


Dress Up Fashions
Bunches-o-fun
(no tinsel, matte body)
Discount Chain


Berry Picking
Gardenia Glow
(no tinsel, greener body, yellow in symbol, brighter hair)
Discount Chain

These pony packs could be found at Discount Chains. All of these ponies have been previously released. Sweetberry and Magic Marigold have noticable variations such as matte bodies.



Furniture Sets


Crystal Rainbow Bedroom

Crystal Rainbow Dining Room

Vehicle Playsets

Building Playsets

Storybook/DVD Sets

Game Sets

 


Grand Puzzleventure Game
Puzzlemint

Race through Ponyville Game Tin
Wind Drifter

Special Ponies

Lily Lightly



Lily Lightly is a uniqueunicorn pony that was released with light up features. When the star on her chest is pressed, her horn lights up, her eyes blink, and her dress lights up. Her dress is sewn onto her. She has Super Long Hair on her mane only. Her tail is regular length.

 

 

 

 

 

She sometimes came with bonus Lulabelle III or Yesterdaisy II.



Deluxe Pegasus

Deluxe Pegasus have special "button" cutie marks that make their large plastic wings move when they are pressed.

 

 

 

 

 

In Europe, the deluxe pegasus came with bonus breezies. Heart Bright came with bonus breezie Knick Knack. Star Flight came with bonus breezie Willow Wisp.



Knick-Knack
Int'l Exclusive


Willow Wisp
Int'l Exclusive

Exclusives

Styling

Styling ponies are much larger than regular ponies.


Styling Pony
Rainbow Dash

Styling Pony
Rarity

So-Soft

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My Little Pony Crystal Princess: The Runaway Rainbow

2006 film

My Little Pony Crystal Princess: The Runaway Rainbow is a 2006 direct-to-videoanimated musical fantasyadventure film produced by SD Entertainment and distributed by Paramount Home Entertainment in association with Hasbro. The film is the third feature in the third incarnation of the My Little Pony series and the second film to promote the Crystal Princess line. Unlike The Princess Promenade, the film has been criticized. The DVD also features two more animated feature, Greetings from Unicornia and Friends are Never Far Away, which was originally released on video in 2005.

The Runaway Rainbow was made available on hubworld.com (a successor of Hasbro's MonkeyBarTV website), alongside My Little Pony: A Very Minty Christmas and My Little Pony: The Princess Promenade. But they were removed from the site later. The movie has been reissued in the 2-disc DVD collection My Little Pony: Classic Movie Collection, alongside The Princess Promenade, Dancing in the Clouds and Friends are Never Far Away.

Alongside The Princess Promenade and Twinkle Wish Adventure, the film premiered on August 8, 2014 on the Hub Network after its "My Little Pony Mega Mare-athon".[1] According to Broadway World, the "Mega Mare-athon" itself drew in 5.4 million viewers and has earned significant delivery growth on every demographic: Kids 2-11 (+134%), Girls 2-11 (+179%), Kids 6-11 (+169%), Girls 6-11 (+216%), Adults 18-49 (+111%), Women 18-49 (+146%), Adults 25-54 (+74%), Women 25-54 (+76%), Persons 2+ (+124%) and Households (+98%).[2]

Plot[edit]

The Rainbow Celebration is almost near as everyone in Ponyville prepares and awaits the first rainbow of the season. Meanwhile, at the magical city of Unicornia, Cheerilee is teaching a young unicorn pony named Rarity about being a Rainbow Princess and her duties to make the First Rainbow of the Season using the magic wand. Rarity is still young and she accidentally uses the wand, which in turn teleports her into the middle of Breezie Blossom. Cheerilee, Brights Brightly and Whistle Wishes venture outside Unicornia in search of her. Rarity befriends the Breezies and they visit Ponyville and later Rarity feels homesick. Pinkie Pie, Minty, Rainbow Dash, Spike and the Breezies help her get home, just in time for the first rainbow of the season.

Music[edit]

  • "Wherever There's a Rainbow"
  • "I Just Wanna Have Fun"
  • "Far Apart"
  • "Here in Unicornia"

Characters[edit]

Main article: List of My Little Pony characters

Major characters[edit]

Rarity[edit]

Voiced by: Cathy Weseluck

A unicorn pony with a pink body, yellow, orange and dark pink mane and green, blue and purple tail. Her cutie mark was a heart with multiple-colored swirls surrounding it. She is a young unicorn, chosen to be one of the Rainbow Princesses. Rarity is very cheerful, energetic, full of mischief and sometimes values fun than her duties. She also can feel sad and lonely after she misses her hometown and wanting to come back. As one of the Rainbow Princesses alongside Brights Brightly, Cheerilee and Whistle Wishes, she was in charge on bringing in the first rainbow of the season and also using the Magic Wand. The Magic Wand allows her to control the colors to bring in the first rainbow of the season and lets her summon the Crystal Carriage. When it's not in use, she stores it inside her mane.

Pinkie Pie[edit]

Voiced by: Janyse Jaud

An earth pony with a pink body and a light pink mane and tail. Her cutie mark is three balloons. Pinkie Pie is imaginative, friendly and fun-loving, sometimes taking the lead in some situations. She also loves planning big parties and anything pink, hence her name. Other than that, she also display some sarcastic streak over some things and likes to hang out with Minty, despite her being a klutz.

Rainbow Dash[edit]

Voiced by: Venus Terzo

An earth pony with a sky blue body, pink, orange, yellow and green mane and dark blue, purple and pink tail. She has a rainbow on the clouds as her cutie mark. Being the most mature of all the ponies, Rainbow Dash is stylish, and also caring. She herself sometimes care about her friends more than her outside appearance, thought she can freak out on some occasions. She usually speaks with a British accent and always adds the word "darling" into her speeches.

Minty[edit]

Voiced by: Tabitha St. Germain

An earth pony with a mint green body and a pink mane and tail. Her cutie mark is three swirled mint candies. Minty is described to be a green machine, who likes anything green. She also loves collecting socks, standing on her head and playing checkers with Sweetberry. She is also a complete klutz, always tripping into some things, crashing into some obstacles and ending up breaking things. Minty also has a big case of OCD.

Zipzee[edit]

Voiced by: Andrea Libman

A Breezy with a yellow body, a yellow antennae and an orange mane and tail with a yellow streak. Her cutie mark is two orange and white flowers. She is always seen with Tiddlywink and Tra La La, living in Breezy Blossom. Unlike the other two, she has an allergy to pollen and flowers, ending up sneezing continuously when she's near one. When together with Tiddly Wink and Tra La La, they decide together on where to go or what to do.

Tiddly Wink[edit]

Voiced by: Chantal Strand

A Breezy with a purple body, a pink antenna and a dark purple mane and tail with a pink streak. Her cutie mark is a purple flower. She is always seen with Zipzee and Tra La La, living in Breezy Blossom. When together with Tiddly Wink and Tra La La, they decide together on where to go or what to do.

Tra La La[edit]

Voiced by: Britt McKillip

A Breezy with a light pink body, a pink antenna and a pink mane and tail. Her cutie mark is a pink flower. She is always seen with Zipzee and Tiddly Wink, living in Breezy Blossom. When together with Tiddly Wink and Tra La La, they decide together on where to go or what to do.

Spike[edit]

Voiced by: Brian Drummond

A blue dragon with orange scales. Awakened after 1000 years during the events of The Princess Promenade after Wysteria touched the flower he held in his tail and became Princess Wysteria, Spike now resides in the Celebration Castle in Ponyville. He is shown to be knowledgeable on things and gives the ponies some advice.

Minor characters[edit]

Sweetberry[edit]

Voiced by Kathleen Barr

An earth pony with a magenta body and a purple, green and white mane and tail. Her cutie mark is Two strawberries and a white flower. Sweetberry is the owner of the Sweetberry Sweet Shoppe and alongside Cotton Candy, works at the Cotton Candy Cafe. She likes to help others out and also likes to make several sweet treats for her friends. Sweetberry is sometimes busy but very reliable.

Cotton Candy[edit]

Voiced by Kelly Sheridan

An earth pony with a pink body and a blue, light pink and white mane and tail. Her cutie mark is a Cotton candy on a Stick. The owner of the Cotton Candy Cafe, where she serves ice cream and sundaes to her friends. She is also a storyteller, enjoying conversation.

Sparkleworks[edit]

Voiced by Venus Terzo

An earth pony with an orange body and a pink mane and tail. Her cutie Mark is a Yellow, red, blue and white fireworks. Sparkleworks is a Glitzy pony, who has a big imagination and can make each and every day an adventure. She is also found of glittery stuff and Razaroo explained that she coated Ponyville with glitter during her birthday.

Sunny Daze[edit]

Voiced by Adrienne Carter

An earth pony with a white body and a yellow, pink, orange and purple mane and tail. Her cutie Mark is an Orange and pink smiling sun surrounded by purple clouds. Sunny Daze is a brave athletic pony, who usually loves outdoor activities and things with bright colors.

Cheerilee[edit]

Voiced by: Tracey Moore

A unicorn pony with a light purple body and a pink mane & tail. Her cutie mark is three pink flowers. As a Rainbow Princess, she acts as Rarity's teacher and adviser, sometimes being strict with her. She is very caring to Rarity and worries about her safety and well being, knowing her responsibilities as a Rainbow Princess to bring in the first rainbow of the season. Alongside Brights Brightly, Whistle Wishes and Rarity, she is in charge of bringing in the first rainbow of the season... until Rarity disappears. She, alongside Brights Brightly and Whistle Wishes, ventures outside Unicornia to search for her.

Brights Brightly[edit]

Voiced by: Maryke Hendrikse

A unicorn pony with a yellow body and an orange and a pink mane and tail. Her cutie mark is a rising sun over stylized water, with three pink hearts flying over the sun. She is one of Cheerilee's friends and also a Rainbow Princess who, alongside Whistle Wishes and Rarity, is in charge of bringing in the first rainbow of the season... until Rarity disappears.

Whistle Wishes[edit]

Voiced by: Brittney Wilson

A unicorn pony with a blue body and a multicolored mane and tail composing of pink, yellow and green. Her cutie mark is rainbow stars and a cloud. Also one of Cheerilee's friends and also a Rainbow Princess who, alongside Brights Brightly and Rarity, is in charge of bringing in the first rainbow of the season... until Rarity disappears.

Bonus Episodes[edit]

Friends are Never Far Away[edit]

The DVD also includes an animated feature titled Friends are Never Far Away, which is first released in 2005 on DVD packaged alongside the Pegasus pony named Hidden Treasure. It's the sequel of the last feature Dancing in the Clouds, as it explains how Star Catcher and Skywishes help the Pegasus Ponies to make friends with the residents of Ponyville.

Greetings from Unicornia[edit]

The DVD also has a second animated short titled Greetings from Unicornia, which is made exclusively for the film. The story is set after Crystal Princess: The Runaway Rainbow, explaining Rainbow Dash's experiences on her stay in Unicornia to her friends.

The special edition of the DVD included a third mini-episode under the "Bonus" section advertisements. It was a plot scheme written by Tash Smith for the original series which did not reach the acceptance of his 407 colleagues necessary for it to be incorporated as a full episode.

Media[edit]

Books[edit]

A storybook adaptation of the film was created by Nora Pelizzari and was published by HarperFestival on August 15, 2006. A comic adaption is also published by Tokyopop in 2006.

Video game[edit]

2006 video game

A video game adaptation of the movie, titled My Little Pony Crystal Princess: The Runaway Rainbow was developed by Webfoot Technologies under the leadership of Jim Grant, Lead of Game Scripting, Design, and Art, and published by THQ under license from Hasbro. The game was released on the Game Boy Advance on September 13, 2006 in North America only.

Reception[edit]

The special received mixed reviews from critics, with Internet Movie Database giving it the score of 5/10. Mike Long of DVDtalk give a very mixed review on the movie, saying "Again, just because I was disappointed by My Little Pony: The Runaway Rainbow doesn't mean that die-hard "My Little Pony" fans will be. But, here's my own personal litmus test: My kids usually love this stuff and watch the DVDs over and over. However, since their initial viewing of The Runaway Rainbow, the only other time that they've watched it was with me. Otherwise, it's sat on the shelf."[3]

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/My_Little_Pony_Crystal_Princess:_The_Runaway_Rainbow
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