I don't think I've seen a more beautiful world weaving in all of the whimsy and magic of nature than the lush and colorful world of the Disney Fairies. It's easy to get lost in Pixie Hollow, with the tiny little homes made of things like acorns and flower petals, and the different fairies who each have a special talent to help keep nature on it's course. If you have a little fairy fan, she will love these movies from the Disney Fairy series, and the other films also feature Tinker Bell for more fairy fun. And, check out ideas for a fairy birthday/movie party to make viewing the movie an event to remember.
1. Tinker Bell
This first movie in the Disney Fairies franchise introduces us to the magical world of Pixie Hollow, where all the fairies live. With a baby’s sweet first laugh, a new fairy is born. Queen Clarion and the other fairies greet the new arrival as she floats into Pixie Hollow on a little white seed umbrella. Queen Clarion instructs this newly born fairy to find her talent. A glowing hammer, representing the tinker talent, illuminates the new pixie’s destiny; and Queen Clarion dubs the little lass Tinker Bell. As Tinker Bell struggles to find her place in this new world, she learns about friendship, determination, and perseverance.
- See photos and meet the characters from Tinker Bell
- Find fun Disney fairy crafts and activities inspired by the first Tinker Bell movie
It's hard to pick a favorite Disney Fairy movie, but Lost Treasure is mine. In this exciting adventure, Tinker Bell is chosen to create the magical Fall Scepter which will restore the pixie dust to the pixie dust tree. When her very important task goes awry, Tinker Bell has to make a dangerous journey to make things right.
While on the Mainland preparing Summer with the other fairies, Tinker Bell gets captured by a charming little English girl named Lizzy, who has always maintained a steadfast belief in fairies despite her father's scientific objections. The fairies embark on a great rescue mission to save Tink and all of fairykind. Meanwhile, Tink and Lizzy become fast friends and are fascinated to learn about each other.
When Tinker Bell ventures a couple of steps into the mysterious and forbidden Winter Woods, she is thrilled and surprised when her wings suddenly begin to sparkle and glow. Tink embarks on a secret journey deep in the woods to get to the bottom of the strange phenomenon, and she discovers something that will change her life forever. This enchanting winter-themed Disney Fairies movie introduces viewers to the cool winter fairies and reveals more about the history of Pixie Hollow.
- Find out behind-the-scenes Fun Facts About Disney Fairies: Secret of the Wings
- Read an interview with Mae Whitman, voice of Tinker Bell
5. Peter Pan
Wendy Darling and her little brothers John and Michael love to tell stories about the adventurous hero Peter Pan. One night, the night before Wendy has to stop sleeping in the nursery and "grow up", Peter actually comes to visit the Darlings. Peter whisks Wendy and her brothers off to Never Land, an exciting and wonderful world where children never have to grow up. Of course, Peter's right-hand-woman is the feisty little fairy Tinker Bell. Kids who are fans of the Disney Fairies movies will love seeing where the little fairy got her start.
Tinker Bell, Peter Pan and the lost boys are back in this Peter Pan sequel released in 2002. The new adventure features Wendy's practical daughter Jane, who has outgrown her mother's stories of Peter Pan and Never Land. In an attempt to capture Peter and Tinker Bell, the nefarious Captain Hook kidnaps Jane and takes her to Never Land. The "Pixie-Powered Edition" of the DVD features numerous bonus features that focus on Tinker Bell and the other Disney Fairies.