Once upon a time there lived a great storyteller in Denmark, named Hans Christian Andersen. Nowadays his fairy tales are known and loved by children and adults all over the world. His magical stories with their blend of laughter; magic, mystery, wicked witches, heroes and beautiful Princesses have been passed on from generation to generation and have been translated into over 143 languages!
The Princess and the Pea (2002) Inside the palace the prince is sulking because he has failed to find a princess he can love. The royal parents are worn out from their son's quest across the world while their kingdom is falling to wrack and ruin. Outside a storm is raging. A feisty and very wet young lady claiming to be a princess knocks on the palace door seeking shelter from the storm. The Queen decides to put her to the "Real Princess Test".
Thumbelina (1994) An old woman wishes for a beautiful little child. The wish fairy' gives her a bag of magic barleycorn and a set of instructions to follow. The plant yields a beautiful flower, and asleep in the petals is the tiniest most beautiful little girl. The woman loves her little child dearly and sets her to sleep in a big tulip petal. And there she stays sad and lonely until she is stolen by a toad looking for a pretty bride for her son.
The Wild Swans (1994) Elisa is the luckiest little princess in the world with eleven wonderful brothers who love her dearly. Until one day when her father brings home his new bride. The evil new Queen enchants Elisa's father and banishes Elisa from the palace, sending her to live in the forest. She turns Elisa's eleven brothers into swans. When Elisa is sixteen she sets out to find her brothers and free them from the evil spell...