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Sofia The First: The Secret Library (DVD)

The DVD

Synopsis

Sofia’s Aunt Tilly returns to give her a gift that will unlock a secret world and appoint Sofia storykeeper of magical books without endings in Sofia the First: The Secret Library. Follow along as Sofia pursues adventures that will finish the narratives, including rescuing Minimus’ brother from an evil prince and setting out on a mission to stop Miss Nettle from stealing all the beautiful snowdrop flowers from the wintery kingdom of Freezenberg. Merida from Disney Pixar’s Brave and Olaf from Disney’s Frozen make special appearances.

Directed By: Jamie Mitchell

Executive Producers: Jamie Mitchell & Craig Gerber

Created By: Craig Gerber

Starring:  Ariel Winter, Darcy Rose Byrnes, Travis Willingham, Sara Ramirez, Wayne Brady, Zach Callison, Tim Gunn, Jess Harnell, Coco Grayson, & More

Rating: TV-Y (US)

Genre: Animation, Family, & Fantasy

Runtime: 97 minutes

Episode List:

  • Princess Adventure Club
  • The Secret Library
  • The Princess Ballet
  • The Secret Library: Olaf and the Tale of Miss Nettle

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Audio

  • English, French, & Spanish 2.0 Dolby Digital

Video

  • Widescreen 1.78:1
  • Subtitles: English, English SDH, Spanish, & French

Special Features

  • Sneak Peaks

My Final Thoughts

Unfortunately this isn’t a Blu-ray but the quality does not disappoint one bit.  I’m not use to animation like this.  The clarity is unbelievable. But I will always be partial to the old-school cartoons I grew up with from the 50s, 60s, 70s, and 80s.  What I thought was cool about this DVD, was it has a card (resembling the key to the Library) and a necklace with a pendant (ribbon cord and picture of Sofia).  Your little princess will definitely like this added bonus.  Its a cute little cartoon.  I love the fantasy aspects of it.  It reminds me of how carefree and imaginative life was as a child.   Catch Sofia the First : The Secret Library out on DVD June 7, 2016.

Check out the clip “Sofia Meets Olaf” below: