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The swan princess Christmas

Richard Rich (director), Vassal Benford (composer)
Target audience:
6-8 years and up
Prinses Odette en prins Derek zijn druk bezig met de voorbereidingen voor hun eerste kerstfeest samen, maar de gemene tovenaar Ruigbaard gooit roet in het eten. Vanaf ca. 6 jaar.
Title
The swan princess Christmas
Director
Richard Rich
Composer
Vassal Benford
Language
English
Publisher
Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, 2012
1 dvd-video
Playing time
81 min.
Note
Taalkeuze: Engels, Nederlands, Frans Ondertiteling: Nederlands, Frans, Engels
EAN
8712609654967

Availability in Flemish libraries

More than 42 times in Flemish libraries

Reviews

In 1995 verscheen de eerste, oorspronkelijk Amerikaanse, animatiefilm over 'de zwanenprinses', geïnspireerd op ballet 'Het zwanenmeer' van Tsjaikovkij. In de derde vervolgfilm, wederom geregisseerd door Richard Rich, zijn prinses Odette en prins Derek gelukkig getrouwd en zijn ze druk bezig met de voorbereidingen voor hun eerste kerstfeest samen. Ook hun vriendjes Speed de schildpad, Puffin de papegaai en Jean-Bob de kikker zijn weer van de partij, maar hun oude tegenstander, de gemene tovenaar Ruigbaard, gooit roet in het eten. Nederlands gesproken maar met Engelstalige liedjes. Vanaf ca. 6 jaar.

About Richard Rich

Richard Rich, 1st Baron Rich (July 1496 – 12 June 1567), was Lord Chancellor during King Edward VI of England's reign, from 1547 until January 1552. He was the founder of Felsted School with its associated alms houses in Essex in 1564. He was a beneficiary of the Dissolution of the Monasteries, and persecuted opponents of church and state. He personally tortured the English writer, poet and Protestant martyr Anne Askew.

Origins

According to some sources, Rich was born in the London parish of St Lawrence Jewry, the second son of Richard Rich by Joan Dingley. But according to Carter, he was born at Basingstoke, Hampshire, the son of John Rich (d. 1509?), of Penton Mewsey, Hampshire, and a wife named Agnes whose surname is unknown. Early in 1551 he was described in an official document as "fifty-four years of age and more", and was therefore born about 1496 or earlier.

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