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De zwanenprinses en de magische toverspreuk

Richard Rich (director), Brian Nissen (author of screenplay), Lex De Azevedo (composer)
Target audience:
6-8 years and up
Als prinses Odette door de gemene Zelda wordt omgetoverd in een zwaan gaan prins Derek en zijn vrienden op zoek om haar te redden
Title
De zwanenprinses en de magische toverspreuk
Director
Richard Rich
Author of screenplay
Brian Nissen
Composer
Lex De Azevedo
Uniform title
The swan princess: the mystery of the enchanted treasure
Language
English
Parallel title
The swan princess
Publisher
Columbia Tristar Home Entertainment, 2008
1 dvd-video
Recording date
1998
Playing time
69 min.
Note
Taalkeuze: Engels, Nederlands, Frans, Duits, Spaans, Italiaans Ondertiteling: Portugees
EAN
8712609055979

Reviews

Het derde avontuur van de Zwanenprinses*. In deze animatiefilm uit 1998, wederom geregisseerd door Richard Rich, weet de gemene Zelda geheime aantekeningen te stelen uit het kasteel. Omdat de aantekeningen niet compleet zijn, ontvoert ze prinses Odette en tovert haar om in een zwaan. Prins Derek gaat samen met zijn vrienden op zoek om haar te redden. De film wordt o.a. Nederlands gesproken.

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 perceived opponents of the king and their policies. He played a role in the trials of Catholic martyrs Thomas More and John Fisher as well as that of 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 ther…Read more on Wikipedia