Rumpelstiltskin

ISBN 13: 9780792867814

Rumpelstiltskin

 
9780792867814: Rumpelstiltskin

Happily ever after has never been so golden! Amy Irving (Tuck Everlasting) stars as a miller's daughter who must learn magic from a troll to perform a miracle in this dazzling musical adaptation of the beloved Brothers Grimm fairy tale. Billy Barty (Willow), the "dean of the screen's little people" (Los Angeles Times), co-stars as the mischievous troll whose name is the kingdom's best-kept secret!After Katie's (Irving) father boasts to the king that she can turn grain into gold, she finds herself thrown in a dungeon with orders to spin straw into gold or else! A crafty troll (Barty) agrees to help her perform the seemingly impossible featand land the king's handsome son but his assistance comes at a price. Unless she can figure out his unusual name, she must hand over her firstborn child!

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Rumpelstiltskin is a classic Brothers Grimm tale about greed, magic, and the power of belief. In this 1987 musical version by Cannon Films, the boastful miller declares that his beautiful daughter Katie (Amy Miller) has the power to spin gold out of straw. The gold-loving King (Clive Revill) hears of her talent and demands that she spin gold for him. Katie looks to a magical and greedy elf (Billy Barty) for help, but is forced to pay him with her precious jewelry and the promise of her first-born child. Eventually, Katie's efforts for the King are rewarded with the dream-fulfilling privilege of marrying the Prince, but when their son is born, she must guess the elf's secret name or lose her precious son to the greedy elf. This production features several lovely songs and is wholesome family fun appropriate for children ages 3 and older. --Tami Horiuchi

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