Barbie and the Three Musketeers

Sure to feature highly on every 6 year old girls wish list this Christmas, has to be the new feature length cartoon DVD “Barbie and the 3 Musketeers”.

Following on from Barbie’s other recent hit DVDs such as “Barbie thumbelina” and the “Fairytopia collection” of films, “Barbie and the three Musketeers” sees Barbie taking her own unique style of storytelling and adding it to this classic tale.

Barbie in this movie plays Corinne the daughter of D’Artagnan from the original novel by Alexandre Dumas, however this is where much of the similarity ends . Corinne wishes to follow in her fathers footsteps and become a Musketeer, however for Corinne this will be doubly hard as there has never been a girl musketeer. Corine is accompanied on her quest by her faithful cat Miette, a cute bundle of fluff, that also likes to do a bit of fencing.

She travels to Paris to follow her dreams of protecting the royal family, and there meets three other girls Renee,Aramina and Viveca. All the girls get job’s as housekeepers in the royal palace, they all quickly realise they all share the same dream of becoming Musketeers….how convenient. Even more of a coincidence is that their boss the most senior housekeeper, has too harboured dreams of becoming a female musketeer for all of these years. She decides to take the girls under her wing and train them in secret, encouraging them that anything is possible and not to give up on their dreams.

All the time that the girls are secretly training, the prince is preparing to become King. However strange accidents and events start happening around the castle. Corinne and her friends happen to find out about a plot to get rid of the prince at the Royal ball, finally it’s time for the Musketeers to get some action and show what they’re made of!

Apart from their collective dreams of becoming Musketeers, all the girls have individual talents and need to work together to get the job done. The main theme of the movie is don’t give up on your dreams, even the prince fears he will have to give up his scientific ambitions to become the king. I think Barbie as Corinne sums it up best when she says “True courage is pursuing your dream, even when everyone else says it’s impossible.”

Also available to coincide with the films DVD release is the inevitable dolls and merchandising, which your little girl will surely love. There is a range of Corinne, Renee,Aramina,Viveca, and Prince Louis dolls, so you can reenact your own version of the film. Each of the girls dolls come with a sparkling glitter sword, and a very swish ballroom dress with which you can remove the skirt part to become a cape. The girls also have a tiara, which you can use as a mask for when they need to conceal their identities.


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To complement the lovely set of figures, you can also purchase the beautiful “Barbie and the Three Musketeers Castle playset”. With lots of added accessories there’s also some great added surprises, like the staircase which with the flick of a switch becomes a high speed slide ideal for a quick getaway. The bedroom transforms into the grand ballroom, brilliant for recreating the dramatic end to the film. The best feature of the castle is that you can either play with the castle being 2 floors high, or take it apart and play with the levels side by side, which is great for smaller Barbie fans. The set can be easily packed away and is great for transporting Barbie fun on the go.


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And too really finish of the fairytale you’ll be needing the stunning “Barbie and the 3 Musketeers Magical Balloon Carriage”.

The carriage is big enough to hold two of the dolls, and would look perfect with Corinne and Prince Louis.

With just the press of a button, the carriage canopy becomes a hot air balloon. Your little girl can have fun lifting up the carriage and pretend Corinne and Prince Louis are flying away to have there happily ever after together. If only real life was that simple eh!


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