Barbie and dating game
Barbie and her sister Kelly are painting together, but Kelly can't find inspiration to paint.
To encourage her to believe in herself and her ideas, Barbie tells Kelly the story based on The Brothers Grimm's Rapunzel.
After a fourteen-year absence, Mattel commissioned films to feature Barbie as a heroine in several films to accompany a franchise of related dolls and accessories.
Barbie also made appearances in My Scene, Toy Story 2, Toy Story 3 and the upcoming Toy Story 4. There are several series within the overall collection.
There have been several American-Canadian computer animated and motion capture-based direct-to-video films based on and featuring the doll Barbie.
Since her film debut appearance in the 1987 film Barbie and the Rockers: Out of this World, Barbie has been a computer animated virtual actress starring in several feature films and short films (including a 1998 video game, Barbie: Riding Club (that contains a short film).
Just as Clara risks her life to protect the Nutcracker, the Nutcracker deflects his spell with his sword blade, and collapses, shrinking the Mouse King to the size of a real mouse.
After the story, Kelly, much encouraged, returns to practicing ballet with Barbie.
As they dance, the Mouse King steals Clara's locket encompassed with magic, and while he is destroyed, Clara disappears and awakes on her couch living room, the Nutcracker missing.
Distressed at his loss, her aunt returns from a "morning stroll" along with Prince Eric, introducing him as "the son of a dear friend of mine".
During the trip back to earth, on the space shuttle, they start to play a song.
Few seconds later a "time warp" tunnel is forming in front of the Shuttle. They learn that they are in the year 1959, and brings them around the city to have a look change. Merrishaw helps Barbie and the Rockers return to their time.