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Tinkerbell DVD

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On October 28th, Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment presents the much anticipated full-length CG animated movie TINKER BELL on DVD and Blu-ray Disc.

Journey deep into the heart of Never Land to the magical secret hideaway of Pixie Hollow, home of the Disney Fairies. Hear Tinker Bell (Mae Whitman) speak for the very first time, and unlock the magic of nature with her friends, Fawn (America Ferrera), Iridessa (Raven-Symone), Rosetta (Kristin Chenoweth), and Silvermist (Lucy Liu). The impressive voice cast also includes singer-songwriter Jesse McCartney as Terence, keeper of the pixie dust, and Academy Award® winning actress Anjelica Huston as the voice of Queen Clarion.

Exclusive DVD bonus features including a set top game, a behind-the-scenes “making of” featurette and more are divided into two distinctive menus. The Blu-ray Disc contains all the same bonus features as the DVD, plus all new Disney BD Live Network Incentives!

I swear my girls have not stopped watching this DVD since we received it, and really it is adorable! I love watching it with them.

What was so exciting for us, is that the week before we received the DVD we went to Disneyland and Samantha got to meet a cast member who plays Tinker Bell and the following night she got to see Tink FLY! It was a magical moment in our family to see our 5 year olds eyes open wide to see this character flying in the air. (sure she was suspended by a wire but Sam didn’t know)

Born into the fantastic world of Pixie Hollow, Tinker Bell thinks her fairy talent as a tinker isn t as special or important as the other fairies talents. But when Tink tries to change who she is, she creates nothing but disaster! With encouragement from her friends Rosetta, Silvermist, Fawn and Iridessa, Tink learns the key to solving her problems lies in her unique tinker abilities and discovers that when she s true to herself, magical things can happen.

Here is a fun clip to enjoy while you wait for this adorable movie to come out to DVD.

And here is a fun maze for the kids to play!

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Amanda Acuña an influential Mom Blogger created MommyMandy as an online resource to the parenting community. She has four children and they currently reside in Texas.

225 comments

  1. We love Tink! And the wings are awesome!

    When my kids were almost 3 & 1, we went to Disney World. We managed to see Winnie-the-Pooh and friends at Epcot in England, and it was incredible! Even my husband, Mr. Who Needs Disney World, was misty!

  2. A Magical Moment happened when I found out I was pregnant with my 4th baby. It was so unexpected, unplanned..and the greatest thing that ever happened to us.

  3. Hannah loves Tinkerbell – and I know she’d love the movie! 🙂

    Hmm, a magical moment? Does having Becca suddenly decide to potty train herself count? 😉

  4. My two magical moments have the beautifl names of Sage and Rowan. I have severe endometriosis and wasn’t supposed to be able to have babies. I proved the doctors wrong with two amazing daughters.

  5. My magical moment would have to be taking my premature born son home from the hospital with a CLEAN bill of health 🙂 I’d love this DVD 🙂

  6. After losing our dog Louise to cancer we went to the SPCA thinking we were ready to adopt another dog. We saw a beautiful dog there we thought we might want to adopt but decided it was too soon. Well, one month later, lo & behold, she was still there! Bella has been a family member ever since.

  7. I love Tinkerbell! Our magical moment was having Mason meet his brother for the first time. It was such a special moment for us…it still brings a little tear to my eye…lol

  8. My kids, Jacob and Abby, are dressing up as Peter Pan and Tinkerbell for Halloween, so we’re very much into Tinkerbell right now.

    My magical moment would be our trip to Disneyland this September. We originally planned to go with my mom and dad, but my dad lost his battle with kidney cancer last May. We decided that we would still go on our trip. While it was difficult to be there without “Papa”, it was great to finally create some new, happy memories after such a difficult year for our family. And it doesn’t get much better than Disneyland. I really think it is the “happiest place on earth.”

  9. My soon to be 4 year old is a huge Tinkerbell, as has her mum always been and I am 42.

    Our magical moment of this year would have to be win we won a trip for 8 of us (six of our children and both parents) to Disneyland because of the huge improvements in my son’s autism because of our family’s work with him. It was such a sweet blessing, because we have all sacrificed much for this success (but have NO regrets) and could have never made that trip otherwise. We had such a great time and such sweet memories!

  10. I think the most “magical” thing that has happened in our family was when we adopted our first son and his birth mother came straight from the hospital and brought him to us. She carried him in his car seat with a white blanket covering the top part of the seat and then she laid him down in from of us and pulled the blanket off the seat and then we saw him for the first time.

    I still cry when I think about it!

    We would love to win Tinker Bell!!!

  11. every time a new family member comes into the family, a baby being born i mean not someone’s new spouse, is a very very magical moment : ) and these happy moments happen often in my family it’s pretty large : )

  12. When the doctors told me that I had lost Evan and my mom INSISTED on another ultra sound before they did anything. AND…there he was..heartbeat going like crazy!!! I’ve never been so happy in my life!

  13. My magical moment was first when I met my husband and we were married within 9 months of our meeting and secondly when each of our kids were born. Thanks so much for this giveaway.

  14. For my daughter’s 5th birthday, I gave her a fairy party out in a clearing in the woods. I had it all decorated and her and her sister dressed up as fairies. When they saw the setting, their eyes were just lit up. Their brother was dressed like a gnome and running through the woods. The squeals were just the best. It was a magical day for us all.

  15. Naturally, my two magical moments are when my daughters were born. We were very blessed that they were both healthy and beautiful.

  16. My daughter just LOVES Tinkerbell, I think the magical moment for our family is after my daughters heart surgery, when the doctor told us that it went well and she was going to be okay. Waiting was just so scary and to lay all those fears to rest was amazing for us all. The magic just kept coming when our little girl who just had open heart surgery recovered faster than we ever could have imagined and was playing 2 days later in the hospital. She is such a blessing and it is magic everyday that she is alive, because we could have lost her before or during her surgery. I thank God everyday that she is here by his choice.

    mommyhoodisthankless{AT}gmail.com

  17. Hello, I was around 5 months pregnant with our first child/son and my doctor couldn’t find a heartbeat at my checkup. We had to wait until the next morning for a sonogram! Luckily, our son was just hiding under my thick placenta. Our son was fine and to me, it was magical for us. Many thanks, Cindi
    jchoppes[at]hotmail[dot]com

  18. I like to go to WDW and the look on childre4n young and old as they discover the magic is wonderful. the first time they see a princess or Hero is OMGosh so wonderful and exciting.

  19. What a fun giveaway! Something magical would have to have been when I had my son and he had 3 cousins born within two weeks of him!

  20. A magical moment at our house (among the many we get to have with three princesses) was when the oldest two girls came to the hospital to meet their baby sister.

  21. my kitty peanuts was born the same day my FIL died. It was sad but it comforted my husband. It wounds weird i know. But oh well.

  22. The birth of my two girls and I wanted girls so badly. They were perfect in every way. Blonde hair and blue eyes. Thanks for the contest

  23. Going to Disney was so magical for all of us. No matter how old you are there is something about Disney that brings out the kid in all of us.

  24. My brother and sister-in-law found out they were going to have a baby a few weeks ago-they have been trying for 13 years. This is magical for our entire family!

  25. Seeing the kids surprise when we just drove to the Nickalodean Hotel- it was a complete surprise, we hid the luggage and the flipped out!

  26. Something magical happened when my 2nd daughter was born perfectly normal when all odds were against it according to the doctors

  27. A magical moment was when we took out boat out for the weekend and that first night after dinner we were all sitting on the back deck to be startled by a splash and then the squeak of a dolphin. He had come up to the dive platform and was standing straight up out of the water trying to get our attention. Once he had it he swam around the boat a couple times real fast, came to the back again and did a little flap of his tail and then swam off. We were all just speachless.
    beausdorei at gmail dot com

  28. My fairy tale started when I married my Prince Charming. We’ve had two “magical moments” when our two kids were born.

  29. My magical moments was when I found out i was pregnant both times. It took so long to get preg I was in shock when it finally happened.
    vickers at comcast dot net

  30. I try to find magic in the every day moments our family shares together. It is magic how we can share so much love and happiness

  31. My daughter would love this DVD. Our Magical Moment would be spending my daughter’s 2nd birthday with Cinderella. Thanks for the chance.

  32. Well, hmmm, magical, I guess when each of my children were born, each one of my children are a blessing. My daughter would LOVE this movie. thanks for the opportunity!

  33. My magical moment was seeing my premie baby take her breath and I knew that everything was going to be fine. The other magical moment would have to be mine and my husbands “first night”.

  34. My older daughter desperately wants to see this! Magical moment? Probably the last two pregnancies, since my oldest knew exactly what the gender was going to be with each of them. She knew #2 was going to be a girl, and she knew #3 was going to be a boy, long before the ultrasounds confirmed them. She definitely told us so!

  35. One magical moment in my life was at my wedding. I recently got married with very little money so I did everything myself. We had a backyard wedding at 7 pm. We strung X-mas lights and chinese lanterns of all different colors all over. When we saw each other we couldn’t stop bawling. We got married amidst friends and family, among all those lights and lanterns, and it felt like a fairy tale. Another simply magical moment recently occured when my son first said “momma”. It was amazing.

  36. The most magical moment in my entire life is and will always be the moment I looked into my childen’s eyes after birth. I had so eagerly awaited meeting them and when it was finall time it was breathtaking and something I will never forget.

  37. It was magical to re-connect with a childhood babysitter that made everything so magical for me and my brother. We would play fairy castle make believe under the dining room table.

  38. I agree with other mothers! The day I met my children — absolutely magical. Second place magical moment: coming home from shopping to see them snuggled up on dad, sleeping on the couch after a wild no-mommies-allowed rumpus.

  39. When my son came home from school yesterday and told me I was the best mom in the world. That always make my heart melt.

    adr1001025[at]msn.com

  40. One of the hard things about being a working mommy is missing those “moments” in time with your little one. I always knew that I would be crushed to miss some of my daughter’s “firsts”. One of our magical moments was when my husband and I were off work on a Monday for a holiday and my daughter took her first steps. We both at home playing with her and got to see the look on her face (and each others!) when she did it!! m_huston(at)hotmail(dot)com

  41. My magical moments were when my first daughter Rebecca was born 6 years ago and then we wanted to have another child a few years later. I suffered a miscarriage a few years later and was afraid we couldn’t have another child. A month ago my second magical moment was born- my sweet daughter Sara. There’s nothing more magical than children. Thanks so much for such a wonderful giveaway!

    Eloise
    furygirl3132[at]comcast[dot]net

  42. I have a tinkerbell in training – she’s 19m old. Our magical moment would be when we had our baby girl. We kept the gender a surprise until delivery.

  43. I really feel that every milestone with my kids has been magical. This includes first steps, sleeping through the night, my son’s first day of school. And of course, everytime I hear “mommy, I love you”, its better than magic!

    jamielz@verizon.net

  44. We are big Tinkerbell fans in my house! I’d love to win this. Let’s see a magical moment. Well the birth of both my girls would be pretty magical. Especially my oldest because I almost died when I was 22 weeks pregnant. They didn’t think I’d live, let alone her.

  45. I actually had a magical moment last night! My daughter lost her first tooth yesterday and I got to play tooth fairy last night. I was an incredible moment to give my child the same happy memories I had when I was a kid. And I loved seeing her face this morning when she saw a dollar under her pillow! Thanks for the great contest!

  46. My daughter at age 10 finally realized that arguing with mom gets her now where. I know its kinda lame but it was a very magical moment for me

  47. A magical moment: Every day I say “I love you” to my daughter. At first she is too young to repeat, then as she grows up, she starts to repeat it after me everytime. The one morning I say “good morning” and she says “Good morning” back to me, then says “I love you” with no prompting from me. Now that was a magical moment for me.

    walters123 (at) hotmail (dot) com

    Thanks.

  48. The most magical thing that happened to my family was when I found out I was pregnant because I wasn’t suppose to be able to get pregnant and it happened. To me that was magical…

    sallylynnsara[at]hotmail.com

  49. omg i have seen the commercials for this! my daughter (okay and my son) get so exctited when they watch it- all my little niece want it to, if i win, wel have to have a slumber party for them!!
    Most magical moment, it was quite shocking too, was when i found out i have having twins, cause my husband wanted twins and i remember saying yea right, what are the chances.. (apparently pretty high) everyday has its magical moments(even if it just for a moment?) =]
    thansk for the giveaway!

    Yasmineo142 {AT}[hotmail]dot[com]

  50. Oh my this one is so easy..

    My magical moment is when my grandkids see me and come running with outstretched arms smiling and say i love you nannabee!You’d think i dont ever see them and very rarely does 2 or 3 days go by that i don’t see or have them,yet they do this each time.I make such an effort each time i am around them to let them know just how special they are to me,and it pays off with that each time…That is the most precious memory i shall ever have…they are my heart…my wings

    oldplace.betty(at)gmail.com

  51. I love to see my grandchildren enjoying things my children enjoyed at their age and when I was a child and enjoyed the same thing.

  52. Our magical moment was my daughter had breakfast with the Disney Princesses in Walt Disneyland. Another magical moment was last Christmas when Santa brought Furreal Friends Butterscotch the pony.
    jceko77@yahoo.com

  53. I would love to win this for my daughter! Magical momment in our family was when my son was born 5 weeks early and was perfectly healthy.

  54. A magical moments for us would have to be when our nephew was born. My SIL had complications with birth #1, and they weren’t sure how birth #2 would go. Thankfully, both mom and baby made it through with perfect health.

    Thanks for the giveaway! We love Tink!
    princess3sah(at)cs(dot)com

  55. The most magical moment for me was moments after my daughter was born with a heart condition and dead, they cardioverted her and her little heart began to beat. Nothing will EVER top that moment when the monitor beeped

  56. Seeing my daughter the first time as the doc held her up to me was my most magically moment. She was my third child, but I had to miscarriage before, and I love my boys with all my heart, but to see a healthy little baby girl after all the pain of miscarriage was indeed magical:)

  57. Taking our kids to Disneyland for the first time is always magical. Next month will be our youngest’s first visit and I can not wait for the first moment when you enter the park.

  58. A blue bird landed on my dad’s shoulder and perched on him for a while. I think that is so neat because he just decided to visit.
    Thanks!
    1bmore @ gmail . com

  59. Awesome giveaway….magical moment was actually at Seaword (but went to Disney too) when my daughter was kissed by a dolphin 🙂

  60. Our magical moments happen daily, but the most magical was the look on the kids faces when their dad surprised them when he returned from a deployment

  61. About 6 years ago I took my children to Disney World. It was such a magical experience for all of us. I have been to Disney so many times by myself but I never really saw it until I saw it through the eyes of my children.
    tamen7996(at)aol(dot)com

  62. Holding each of my grandchildren for the first time were all magical moments for me! I would love to win Tinker Bell!

  63. I would love to win this for my four year old granddaughters who are miracle twins. They love Tinkerbell and still beleive in fairies and pixie dust.

  64. The wonder in my siblings’ eyes when we first saw Disney’s Peter Pan was my magical moment with Tinker Bell. Please accept my entry. Thank you.

  65. My kids would love this. Our magical moments have come when a new baby is born and our children get to meet them for the first time.

  66. Typical yes, but our magic moment was at Disney World, where we were all able to go at the same time, and ate together everynight.

  67. We had a magical moment at Disney World. My daughter was visiting with Cinderella and having her picture made. When my daughter was saying goodbye, Cinderella gave her the BIGGEST hug and then Prince Charming wrapped his arms around them both. I actually started to cry because it was such a beautiful moment. I will treasure that picture forever!

    cmmorin@charter.net

  68. When my oldest granddaughter was born and placed in my arms, 5 minutes after delivery, the world brighten and it was a magical moment.

  69. My moment was being there to watch the birth of my first granddaughter being born into this world. It was so awesome and the most magical moment of my life. I would like to win this for my granddaughter who now is 6 years old and she soooo IN LOVE WITH TINK!

  70. My magical moment was seeing my nine yr old daughter, Hope, crawl up in the hospital bed with my grandmother, who was facing serious problems, we weren’t sure whether she would make it or not. While the rest of us were treating her fragile and scared to touch her, my daughter climbed right up in the bed with her, cuddled up to her, and said “I’ll be right beside you, you are going to be okay, you have to watch my soccer game”. My daughter gave her Hope to live, and made her laugh again. My grandmother has pushed herself to heal, and she comes to almost all of Hope’s soccer games, even the practices.

  71. Everything about Disney World was magical to us (except the coffee) but I will pick Dev riding with Goofy and Ian playing in the fountains as the most magical. Oh, and everything about our VIP day.

  72. When my first grandchild was born there were serious complications. They rushed my daughter to surgery and my granddaughter to the NICU. Unable to be with either one, I stood outside the NICU window. Almost simultaneously, my son-in-law arrived and said my daughter was going to be fine and my beautiful granddaughter opened her eyes and smiled at me..magic!

  73. My magical moments are seeing my boys interact with their baby sister. They are so good with her and they are only 8 and 6.

    websurfergirl19 AT hotmail DOT com

  74. We just came back from Disney… How magical is that? Those wings are so darn cute! Thanks for a chance to win them and the movie!!

  75. Oh my, I know my children would love this!

    My magical moment I thought never could be beaten was my wedding day, but after having three children, nothing can ever top that!

  76. My daughter and daycare kids would love this. The wings would get alot of use. Magical moment I’d say would be when I gave birth because I had 3 miscarrages before that.

  77. For our family it was when we finally got to bring our son home from the hospital. We spent the whole day taking turns holding him.

    hafner611 {AT} gmail {DOT} com

  78. A magical moment in my family was when we brought our youngest daughter home after her heart surgery. Never felt so happy to have something over with! Thanks!

  79. We went to Disney World All togethor with our four kids my mom and two sisters. It was Truly magical for the kids. We did a character breakfast with Donald. My 6 year old got to dance with the characters from the High School Musical. My 8 year old got to learn how to be a JEDI. I could go on and on…

  80. Magical moment…I just think of the first time we went for a walk when my dad moved to North Carolina, my sister and I went for a walk with my dad, we got to a spot, he held out his hands and pulled us up on top of a big rock where we could see the view, and there were no words, it was just magical, at least to me. A few years later we lost him to a cancer that couldn’t be treated, it was horrible, and I’m glad he found a place to live where he was happy, even if just for a few years.
    harmonden[at]wowway.com

  81. The day my granddaughter was born! She would love this DVD because she is Tink’s #1 fan!
    Thanks for the chance to win!
    proudyaya04 {at} yahoo {dot} com

  82. Our families magaical moment. . .
    Our oldest daughter placed a baby boy for adoption. We were able to meet the family and know that he was with a GREAT family. A year later we were at a city celebration and ran into the family and got to see the baby again. It was a very special couple of hours seeing how he had grown and how much he was loved. We have a special relationship with that family now and get to spend an evening with them every year. The little boy is 10 now and knows that he has his family and an extra in us. It is a “magical” moment every year to see him.

    (The granddaughters would love this DVD)

    hollyblanco at gmail dot com

  83. Most magical moment would have to be when we went to Disney for the first time. I can still remember the look on my children’s faces. It was amazing.

  84. Our family magical moment was when our son and his wife adopted a baby from Guatamala almost 4 years ago and we saw her in person in her stroller at the airport. It was love at first sight.

    Bshaw75015@aol.com

  85. My doctors said that I had miscarried. My magical moment was when the ultrasond proved them wrong. I have a great son!

    skstigger (at) hotmail.com

  86. My magical family moment happened this summer, our family had a reunion and my kids were able to meet their 4th and 5th cousins. Isn’t that cool to have that many generations together?

    purehrt555(at)Yahoo(dot)com

  87. It would have to be when my 14 yr old son (now 16)who is severely autistic came on his first home visit after being placed in a residential facility and I saw him sit at the table and feed himself with a fork for the first time ever!! I cried as it was spaghetti and he struggled to keep it on his fork. It broke my heart cause I wanted to help but knew I had to let him do it and YIPPIE he did it!! This was a big accomplishment for him and I could not be more proud of him!

  88. My doctor told me I couldn’t have children. I had 2 shortly children after that which were 13 months apart. What a wonderful surprise.

  89. Magical moments were the one I spent with my Great-Great Granddaughter. The DVD and Tink wings would make a wonderful gift for her Christmas. DeeJ.

  90. There have been numerous of magical moments in my life; in my family. I am truly blessed. I guess I would have to pick holiday meals when I have my two sons back at our dinner table – those are always magical moments.

  91. Our magical moment came after adopting our rescue dog after having to put our beloved dog to sleep. She has been such a gem to our family.

  92. Growing up our family dog was named Tinkerbell. It came from my Dad’s love of Disney and he passed the love on down to me. I love the magicalness of Disney and it characters, including the wonderful Tinkerbell herself.

    I have seen the previews to this DVD and cannot wait to see it…oh and I might just share it with my kiddos.

    Thank you for the chance.

  93. My daughter has just recently come around to being friends with baby brother (it’s only taken 8 months) and two weeks ago I heard her talking to him saying “let’s play with this horse, Bud”. I was so happy I got a bit teary.

    lkziegler[at]gmail[dot]com

  94. Our magical moment was when our almost 4 yr. old got to meet her baby sister for the first time! It was just beautiful! Thank you!

  95. My magical moment was when I met my husband. I was on summer vacation with my parents and in a phone booth calling a friend back home because I was bored. Joe was at a traffic light in front of the booth and we looked at each other at the same time. The light turned green and he left. A few minutes later I heard a horn honking and when I looked, it was Joe. He drove back around to try to talk to me. It truly was love at first sight because we’ve been together ever since, 13 years and 2 beautiful children.

  96. We were at Disney World and my little girl (then 5) was on her daddy’s shoulders watching the parade at the end of the night. Just before she fell asleep, she seen Tinker Bell fly from the castle and she fell in love! She is now 11 and still loves Tinker Bell just as much (If not more) as she did that day.

  97. A magical moment for me was watching my son hold his newborn children. Amazing that I raised this young man into the father he is today.

    Thanks so much.

  98. Aside from this election, which was a magical moment worldwide!!!! I remember when I was pushing during the birth of my first daughter. When her head came out, I thought that nothing could ever match that moment!

  99. The best moment ever came when my oldest daughter’s teacher told me that the teachers were impressed by the affection each of my children shows for their siblings. They are normal and fight but they truly love one another and it shows.

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