Series: Barbie film series

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Barbie as 'The Princess and the Pauper' [2004, Film] by William Lau
Barbie eläinsaaren prinsessana by Greg Richardson
Barbie in The Nutcracker [2001 film] by Owen Hurley1
Barbie ja joulutarina by Universal Studios
Barbie ja kolme muskettisoturia by Universal Studios
Barbie as Rapunzel by Owen Hurley2
Barbie Film Collection, vol. 3 (Barbie of Swan Lake/ Barbie and the Magic of Pegasus/ Barbie as The Princess and the Pauper) by Greg RichardsonCollection, vol. 3
Barbie of Swan Lake [2003, Film] by Owen Hurley3
Barbie as The Princess and the Pauper by William Lau4
Barbie Fairytopia5
Barbie and the Magic of Pegasus [2005, Film] by Greg Richardson6
Barbie Fairytopia: Mermaidia7
Barbie in 'The 12 Dancing Princesses' [2006, Film] by Greg Richardson9
Barbie: Fairytopia Magic Of The Rainbow10
Barbie: The Island Princess by Conrad Helton11
Barbie Mariposa12
Barbie and the Diamond Castle by Gino Nichele13
Barbie: A Christmas Carol [2008 film] by William Lau14
Barbie Presents Thumbelina [2009 film] by Conrad Helton15
Barbie and the Three Musketeers [2009 film] by William Lau16
Barbie A Perfect Christmas21
Barbie Movies: Mariposa; The Fairy Princess by Mattel25

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