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Happily N'Ever After

Rating:PG (for some mild action and rude humor)
Genre:Animation, Comedy, Family
Release Date:January 5, 2007
Running time:75 minutes
Cast:Sarah Michelle Gellar, Freddie Prinze, Jr., Andy Dick, Wallace Shawn, Patrick Warburton
Director:Paul J. Bolger
Producer:John H. Williams
Writer:Robert Moreland

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Description: Once upon a time in Fairy Tale Land, the age-old balance between good and evil has been thrown out of whack. Frieda, Cinderella's power-mad stepmother, has formed an unholy alliance of evil to take on the good guys. With her own fairy tale spinning wildly out of control, Cinderella (a/k/a Ella) is forced to shed her damsel-in-distress trappings in order to seize control of her own destiny and lead the resistance without her Prince Charming. In a world of happy endings gone wrong, the race for control of the kingdom is on, with the fate of the venerable storyline "Happily N'Ever After" hanging in the balance.

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