Barbie as The Princess and the Pauper (Video 2004) Poster

Kelly Sheridan: Princess Anneliese, Erika



  • Madam Carp : What do you think I'm running here? A cabaret?

    Erika : [mumbilng]  I would've said a debtor's prison.

    Madam Carp : Keep laughing. You'll be working for me for another 37 years.

    Erika : But I've already paid off more than half.

    Madam Carp : But there's the interest, isn't there? Your parents should've thought of that before they borrowed so much.

    Erika : They did it to feed me.

    Madam Carp : [casually]  Their mistake.

  • Princess Anneliese : Julian! Perfect timing. I classified this as iron pyrite. Pretty, but not considered valuable. Commonly known as fool's gold.

    Julian : Well done, Your Highness.

    Princess Anneliese : Your Highness? Why the sudden formality? It's just me.

  • Madam Carp : Here again?

    Erika : Madame Carp!

    [Madame Carp takes the tin can and steals the money] 

    Erika : Wait! I earned that.

    Madam Carp : And you owe me. Did you really think you could make a living as a singer? Get back to work, girl, or there'll be trouble.

  • Princess Anneliese : I command you to unlock this door!

    Nick : Yes, Your Highness.

    Nack : [mocking Nick]  Yes, Your Highness. We're in charge, you bonehead.

    Nick : Right. I knew that.

  • Queen Genevieve : I'm so sorry, my darling, but as you know, it is vital you marry King Dominick. It is the only way to take care of our people.

    Princess Anneliese : I know. It's my duty.

    Queen Genevieve : Oh, and look, another engagement gift.

  • [first lines] 

    Barbie : Long ago and far away in a village high on a mountaintop, something amazing was occurring. At the very same moment, two identical baby girls were born. One, a baby princess. The King and Queen were overjoyed. Princess Anneliese would have only the finest. The second baby girl was named Erika. Her parents loved her every bit as much as the King and Queen loved the Princess, but they worried. They were so poor. How would they be able to care for their little daughter? Many years passed. The Princess learned her royal duties, while Erika worked long and hard as a seamstress for the spiteful Madame Carp. With lives so different, it wasn't surprising that the Princess and the Pauper never met. But fate decreed they would.

  • Barbie : It all started at a royal mine, when the miners informed the Queen the gold had run out. The widowed Queen was shocked. The kingdom was now bankrupt. How was she going to take care of her people? If only she could call on her trusted advisor, Preminger. But he was away on a long journey. She needed to do something quickly to save the kingdom. But what? And then it struck her. Nearby lived a rich, young king who was seeking a wife.

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