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Sofia the First – The Curse of Princess Ivy (A Video Review)

Updated: Apr 10, 2020


Sofia the First – The Curse of Princess Ivy

Featuring the voices of Ariel Winter, Wayne Brady, Darcy Rose Byrnes, Anna Camp, Tim Gunn, Jess Harnell, John Michael Higgins, Tyler Merna, Oliver Platt, Sara Ramirez, Sam Riegel, Gary Anthony Williams, Travis Willingham, Mick Wingert and Mandy Moore.

Screenplay by Craig Gerber & Erica Rothschild.

Directed by Jamie Mitchell.

Distributed by Disney Junior.  60 minutes.  Rated TV-Y.

Disney Junior’s Sofia the First is a favorite show for young girls everywhere.  In this new DVD release of Sofia the First – The Curse of Princess Ivy, Sofia has more fun and exciting adventures that will keep your young girls and toddlers alike interested and engaged.

As in most Sofia episodes, “The Curse of Princess Ivy” starts with a problem and shows your kids that there is a way to solve it with love and trust.  In this episode, Sofia leans that her amulet does much more then let her talk to animals!  Princess Amber, Sofia’s sometimes troublesome sister takes the amulet while Sofia is sleeping and calls for a princess.

The problems escalate when the princess magically appears, but she’s evil and wants to overthrow the kingdom of Enchancia and turns it black and white.  Sofia and Amber try to stop the evil Princess Ivy, but nothing works until they get some help from an unexpected visitor…  Rapunzel!

With the help of the beautiful princess with the long golden locks, Sofia and Amber are finally able to stop Princess Ivy and save the kingdom, returning it back to normal.  (And yes, Rapunzel is voiced again by Mandy Moore from Disney’s classic film Tangled.)

Additional episodes of the DVD include “The Amulet of Avalor,” “Princess Butterfly” and “The Emerald Key.”  A special gift of a free color-changing butterfly necklace comes inside every DVD.

Deborah Wagner

Copyright ©2015 All rights reserved. Posted: February 24, 2015.

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