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Barbie in the Princess and the Pauper
Alternative Character Interpretation: Towards the end of "Free", both heroines walk out of the room to the balcony, of all things. To the very edge of the balcony, to be precise. They do it right after they've been introduced to the biggest problem in their existences (especially Erika, poor thing). Note that they are both, like, sixteen; children of that age are capable of doing the most awful things on the whim. So these two hormone-addled grief-stricken teenage girls are standing at the edges of balconies high above the earth and singing how it would be wonderful to "take flight" (yep, "flight" means "escape", but if you take it literally...), so that they could be free. Of course, having as much as an allusion to suicide is impossible for a Barbie musical , but still, looks very suggestive.
note Crowning Music of Awesome: I Am A Girl Like You and Free. Erika and Dominic's love duet "If You Love Me For Me" also counts.
Ear Worm: Free, among others, but several songs count.
If you have the dolls with the buttons on the back to make them sing, I Am A Girl Like You will never be erased from your memory.
Fan Nickname: "Skałddäus"- The Royal Scheduler, as a portmanteau of Skałmar and Thaddäus, given that his German and Polish voices share the same role.
Unfortunate Implications: While not explicit in the film, "Preminger" is a Jewish surname.