- In The "Lost Treasure" movie, how Tinkerbell solves the problem of the shattered Moonstone. She changes the scepter she made to incorporate the Moonstone shards and the Jewel she got from the mirror. When the light from the Moon hits the jewel in the center just so it reflects to all the Moonstone shards and shines even more light on the Pixie Dust than it usually would! Not to mention the Visual Effects of Awesome from seeing all the blue pixie dust rain down. I mean sure she broke the Moonstone in the first place but you have to admire her ingenuity.
- In "This Secret of the Wings" movie, Tinkerbell flying through the Winter Woods, knowing her wings could break. When one of them does, she keeps quiet about it because she knows the Pixie Tree is more important. Her figuring out the fairy frost could keep plants alive and safe from the oncoming freeze was pretty smart too.
- For The Pirate Fairy they got Tom bloodin' Hiddleston to voice a young Captain Hook.
- At the end of The Pirate Fairy the cast takes on a whole gang of pirates in a big sword fight. The battle between three inch fairies and trained killers goes about as well as you expect for our heroes and they are forced to rely on trickery and their powers to win, but Zarina manages to hold her own and at one point even forces the big bad back during a Blade Lock! She's a lot stronger than she looks indeed!
- In the Great Fairy Rescue movie, Vidia gets stuck in some mud and the boys leave to get something to get her out. But while they were gone, a car is coming right for the girls. And what happens next? Iredessa pulls a Big Damn Hero Moment where she concentrates some light from the headlights and redirects it right into the driver's eye, making him stop before it ends up crushing them.
- Behind the scenes example: in Talkin Toons With Rob Paulsen, Rob Paulsen reveals how he got the job of playing Bobble. He was originally hired to voice the scratch track, with the intent that he be replaced by a famous actor for the final film (Paulsen doesn't divulge who his replacement was supposed to be, but the context indicates it would have been Billy Boyd). At one point, he heard the creators talking about how in phone negotiations with Boyd, they sometimes couldn't understand him due to his accent. Paulsen came up to them and told them, in a very calm and reasonable tone, that they had a choice: they could hire Boyd, pay for his overseas flight and his celebrity paycheck, and probably end up having to hire a voice match to fill in the bits of dialogue that Boyd couldn't deliver intelligibly, or they could simply give the role to Paulsen, who works for scale and whose only job is to provide high-quality voice acting. Word of this exchange reached John Lasseter, who, familiar with Paulsen's work, decided to keep him and Jeff Bennett on as the voices of Bobble and Clank.
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