The Ruby Princess Runs Away

Theatrical Release: May 22, 2004
DVD Release: May 22, 2004
The Ruby Princess Runs Away
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Synopsis

Every girl wants to be a princess, doesn’t she? Not Roxanne (Michelle Horn). She’d rather climb trees and run in the meadows than rule the Red Mountains. When Gallivant the Wizard arrives to crown the four Jewel Princesses, that’s Roxanne’s cue to run. She leaps out of her palace window into a very big adventure. With the help of Twitter (Cork Hubbert) and Hapgood the Dragon (voice of Harvey Korman), Roxanne battles the evil darklings, foils the imposter Princess Rudgrin and saves the kingdom. Full of fantasy, friendship and song, “The Ruby Princess Runs Away” is truly a royal adventure!

Dove Review

Roxanne doesn’t want to be a princess: that’s the premise of this story. The antics and lengths she goes to in order to escape being crowned princess are the warp and woof of this video. Roxanne jumps out of the palace window, escaping into the woods, where she meets the evil darklings: men in black capes with macabre white faces, standing over a cauldron while singing about switching their candidate for princess, upon whom they’ve put a mask identical to Roxanne. There are some great scenes in which Roxanne learns that being a princess is “just being a good friend, and taking care of people.”

Content Description

Sex: None
Language: None
Violence: None
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: None

Info

Company: Where We Live Productions, LLC
Writer: Janhanna Beecham and Malcolm Hillgartner
Genre: Children
Runtime: 45 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Judy Mate