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Movie Date: October 27, 2009

NARRATOR: "The changing of the seasons "brings wonder to the world "For ages has the magic of the fairies been unfurled "But nature's greatest changes come beneath the autumn sky "and mysteries reveal themselves as harvest time draws nigh "This year, a shimmering blue moon will rise before the frost "Perhaps its rays can light the way to find what has been lost" (SINGING) Time to turn the maple brilliant crimson Time to turn the Aspen sparkling gold Time to tumble apples from their branches Time to tell the breezes crisp and cold A chilling Folds the countryside Kiss of morning mist upon the meadow Scent of wood smoke swirling in the air Signals that it's high time for the harvest Every pumpkin, peach and prickly pear With ripened fruit to bear If you believe In who you are Who you were always meant to be If you open up your heart Then you set your spirit free In this time of the season Every leaf on every tree Will start to shine Come and see Take my hand Come with me And fly (GOOSE HONKING) Oh! Oh! Yeah, okay. There you go! No, no, no! Good job. In this time of the season Every leaf on every tree Will start to shine Come and see Take my hand Come with me And fly - Morning, Stone. - Hey, Terence. Come on, let's go. Flap your wings! Those fairies on the mainland won't be able to fly without pixie dust! Terence, have you delivered the pixie-dust rations to the scouts yet? Yep. Finished today's and half of tomorrow's. Remember, one cup each. No more, no less. I know, Fairy Gary. (BELL DINGS) (BEETLE EXCLAIMS) (BUZZING) (PANTING) Well, that's my cue. I'll catch you guys later. And where are you off to? Just doing some errands and stuff. (EXCLAIMS) - Errands! - And stuff! Why are you guys talking like that? BOTH: No reason. - All right. - Say hi to Tinker Bell, would you? What? (ALL LAUGHING) Very funny. All right, you got me. I'm gonna help Tink again. - Is it okay if I take this? - FAIRY GARY: Sure. Thanks. See you tomorrow. TINKER BELL: Hammer. (BIRD CHIRPING) Thanks. Okay, try it now, Cheese. (SQUEAKING) Yeah, that's it! Keep going. Keep going! Hey, Cheese. Special delivery for Tinker Bell. Hi, Terence. Who's your best friend that always delivers? Hmm. - Iridessa? - Nope. Try again. - Fawn? - Me! (CHUCKLES) Just kidding. So, what do you think of the Pixie Dust Express? Wow. The guys are gonna love this back at the depot, and it sure is going to help out on the river-outpost deliveries. Hey, is that a stretchy thingy? Yeah, I thought you could use it for your motor. (EXCLAIMS) I think it's gonna be perfect. (BOTH GROANING) TINKER BELL: Clip. All right, Cheese, ready to launch. Aah! (CHEERING) It floats! (ALL CHEERING) Okay. Are you ready for the official test run? Don't worry. I'll be right next to you. - All set? - Check. Let her rip. (CHUCKLING) Whoa. And now for hydro-drive. Sorry. (BUZZES) Whoa! Oh, no! (SCREAMING) (SCREAMING) Hmm. (SPLASH) Ooh! (GROANING) - Are you okay? - Yeah. Thanks. (SIGHS) I can't believe the boat broke. I guess your guys are gonna have to wait a little longer. I'm impressed. Usually when one of your inventions doesn't work out, you overreact, but I must say, you're handling this one pretty well. - I drove it into a tree? - Never mind. (GROANS) Jingles! I made it to help you, Terence. It should've worked. Come on. Look, it just needs a little tinkering. Let's see. Who do I know who's a good tinker? Bobble. Bobble's a good tinker. Or Fairy Mary, she's got a lot of experience. Or... Hey, what about Clank? (TINKER BELL GIGGLING) (KAZOO HUMMING) Uh-oh. - Someone's in trouble. - Hey, I haven't done anything, lately. The stinkbug incident? (GASPS) Oh, no. Tinker Bell, Queen Clarion awaits. TINKER BELL: It's all a big misunderstanding. I'm sure the queen wants to see me about something completely unrelated. (BLOWS KAZOO) One moment. Tinker Bell is here. She's waiting outside, my lady. QUEEN CLARION: Thank you, Viola. - Fairy Mary, are you certain? - Whatever do you mean? Only that Tinker Bell, while undoubtedly talented, also... - Is a hothead? Flies off the handle? - Well, yes. I believe she deserves a chance, Minister. After all, tinker fairies learn from their mistakes. Very well. Agreed. Tinker Bell! Fairy Mary tells me she knows... It's not my fault, Your Highness! Those stinkbugs were asking for it. - This isn't about the stinkbugs, is it? - No. But we can certainly come back to that later. (LAUGHING) Mary. You do know the Minister of Autumn. - My dear. - Hi. Are you familiar with the great autumn revelry? Well, everyone's talking about it. They're so excited. Since time immemorial, fairies have celebrated the end of autumn with a revelry, and this particular autumn coincides with a blue harvest moon. A new scepter must be created to celebrate the occasion. Behold, the Hall of Scepters. (EXCLAIMS IN AWE) - They're beautiful. - Every scepter is unique. Some are the work of animal fairies, some of light fairies, or water fairies, or garden fairies. This year, it is the turn of the tinker fairies. And Fairy Mary has recommended you. (GASPS) - Me? But I'm... I'm... - A very talented tinker. The scepter must be built to precise dimensions. At the top, you will place a moonstone. When the blue moon is at its peak, its rays will pass through the gem, creating blue pixie dust. QUEEN CLARION: The blue pixie dust restores the pixie dust tree. Like autumn itself, it signals rebirth and rejuvenation. We are relying on you. This way, dear. Here is the moonstone. It has been handed down from generation to generation. Be careful. It is ridiculously fragile. Fairy Mary, I... I don't know what to say. - Thank you! - Careful, Tinker Bell! Fragile! One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten. (SIGHS) - Why are you counting? - It helps to calm me down. Got it. Don't worry, Fairy Mary. I'll make you proud, all of you. Yahoo! (CHIRPS) TERENCE: Tink! Tink? Hey! So? Terence, you're never gonna believe this. Guess what happened! Go on, guess! Well, I... I have been picked to make the new fall scepter! Me! Me! Hey, that means they... They gave you the moonstone? Yeah! Want to see? (WHISTLES) Not so close. Don't breathe on it. It's fragile. Yeah, I know. I know all about it. The blue moon only rises in Pixie Hollow every eight years. The trajectory of the light beam's gotta match the curvature of the moonstone at a 90-degree angle so the light can transmute into pixie dust. Wow, Terence! Now, how'd you know all that? Well, you know, every dust-keeper's gotta study dustology. Hey! You know what this calls for? - Two cups of... - Chamomile tea. - With extra honey and... - And some milkweed whip. (GIGGLES) Hey, by the way, that new bucket-and-pulley system you made? Fairy Gary loves it. - He's so cute. - If you say so. You know what? Maybe I can help you. You know, I'm kind of an expert on this. I can collect the supplies and give you advice. - You will? That's... That's so sweet. - Hey, what are friends for? So, what do you say? Can I be your wingman? That would be great. - The best dust-keeper fairy. - And the best tinker! This is gonna be a revelry to remember. TERENCE: Knock-knock. (YAWNS) - Morning. - Hi. All right, we have one full moon until the autumn revelry. Here we go. Hey, Tink! I brought you some stuff from work. Whoa. Wow, Terence, how did you... (SQUEAKING) I love this thing! I can tell you're gonna be a big help. TERENCE: Looks good. Now, remember, you get the most blue pixie dust if you maximize the moonstone's exposed surface area. Right. Got it. TERENCE: Knock-knickity-knock! (YAWNS) Out of bed, sleepyhead. You gotta keep the fire nice and hot. (COUGHING) (SCRAPING) (TERENCE WHISTLING) Excuse me, Tink. Yeah, you know, you should really keep that workspace clean. Okay, let me just... Let me get that one right there. Just one more. Thank you. - Whoa! - One, two, three... - Why are you counting? ... four... TERENCE: Knickity-knickity-knock! Knickity-knock! (WHISTLING) Watch your angle there. (CONTINUES WHISTLING) TERENCE: (SOFTLY) Knock-knock! Who's there? Knock. Knock who? Knock-knock-knickity-knock! Knickity-knock. (SQUEAKING) (GLASS SHATTERING) Steady. You gotta be easy. This is the tricky part. I know. All right, now we gotta match the trajectory of the light beam - with the... - Got it. Thanks. - With the... - Okay. Yeah, I know. - With the... - Shh! - The curvature of the moonstone. - Will you please... (GROANS) Tink, it looks like you need some sort of, you know, sharp thingy. That's exactly what I need. Could you go out and find me something sharp? You got it. I'll be right back. Take your time. (CLANK HUMMING) Clank, what is that? This is a fireworks launcher. Allow me to demonstrate. Iridessa and Rosetta will mix light crystals with flower pigment. The mixture will go into the launcher, like so. Then I tighten the spring, like so. - Oh, dear. Clank... - Then you throw the trigger... - Yes, Clank... ... and the fireworks shoot into the air! - Clank! - Like so! (SCREAMING) Clanky, that's brilliant! Hey, Bobble. Listen, do you know where I can find a sharp thingy? - A sharp thingy? - How about a stick? - No, a sharp thingy-majigy. - A stick can be pretty sharp! No, I need something sharper to help Tink. CLANK: For Tink! - Clank, don't sneak up on me like that. - Did you try the cove? Of course! That's where all the lost things wash up. - Thanks, Bobble. Thanks, Clank. - Our pleasure. So long, Terence! I'm getting a little dizzy. Uh-oh. (BLOWS) Perfect. And now for the finishing touch, a spattering of silver shavings. Steady. I can't wait till she sees this. Oh! There. Perfect. - Finally. - TERENCE: Hey, Tink! I'm back! (SIGHS) - What is this? - It's your sharp thingy. My... That's not... One, two, three, four... Terence, this is not sharp. This is round. It is, in fact, the exact opposite of sharp. - Really, look, if you look inside, it's... - I need to work, okay? Now, would you please get this thing out of here? My scepter! Tink, I'm so sorry. I... - Out, Terence! Just go! - What? You brought this stupid thing here. You broke the scepter. - This is your fault! - Tink, I... - I was just trying to be a good friend. - Go away! Just leave me alone! Fine! Last time I try to help you. (SCREAMS) Ow! Ow! Ouch! Ouch! Ouch! No. Kept her workspace clean, brought her food, stoked the fire! "Find a sharp thingy. " Searched high and low, and she didn't even say thank you! (CROAKING) Whoa. (GROANING) I know some rock fairies that are gonna be pretty upset. What? There are no rock fairies. (CHUCKLES) You never know. There might be. Are you okay? Yeah, I'm great! Why do you ask? I'm... No. I'm sorry. I... I had a fight with Tink. What happened? There was just an accident, and she just... She just exploded. I... She exploded? No, no, I don't mean like that. I mean, she just yelled at me, you know? And... Oh! (LAUGHING) Did she turn red? Well, of course she turned red! It's Tink! Just give her a chance to cool off. (SIGHS) Yeah, you're probably right. (GASPS) (SIGHS) - CLANK: Hello, Tink! - Clank! Bobble! Came to see if you wanted to join us for fairytale theater. BOBBLE: We figure you could use a real break. Break? Nothing's broken! What do you mean? What do you know? Sorry, fellas. Busy. You know, the revelry, fall scepter, whatnot. I can't wait to see that scepter! - Try. - Is it as beautiful as I imagine? Uh... - No. - Terence told us it's amazing. We're so proud of you. - Look, guys, I really don't have time. - Well, not to worry, Tink. We'll tell Fairy Mary you couldn't make it. - Fairy Mary? - Well, sure! You know her. She never misses fairytale theater. Bye-bye! Clank! Bobble! Wait for me! (CLEARS THROAT) Fairy Mary, I... Tinker Bell! I wasn't expecting to see you tonight. Have you finished the scepter? Well, not exactly. I... I was wondering... I mean, I have to ask you... Yes? It's about the moonstone. What happened to it? You didn't lose it. Tell me you didn't lose it! - I didn't lose it. - Good. But I was thinking, if using one moonstone creates blue pixie dust, using two would create even more. Do you have another moonstone? That moonstone is the only one found in the last 100 years. And thank goodness we found it. Without the blue dust, the pixie dust tree would grow weak, and things would be pretty tough around here, believe you me. (THUD) (GASPS) Are you okay? You look sort of pale. - Wait. I know what's going on. - You do? You've been working too hard. What you need is a little theater. Knowing you, you'd probably redo the whole scepter if you could. - Is that an option? - (CHUCKLING) Tinker Bell! (CHIME TINKLING) (ORCHESTRA PLAYING SOFT MUSIC) How exciting! - (SINGING) Hush, fairies! Hush, fairies! - (SINGING) Hush, fairies! Hush, fairies! - 'Tis the moment for ancient fairy lore - 'Tis the moment for ancient fairy lore Tinker Bell, do you mind? (SNIFFING) Sorry. Skunk training. - Hush, fairies! Hush! - Hush, fairies! Hush! - For a fairytale of yore! - For a fairytale of yore! 'Twas a distant fall when a pirate ship arrived in Neverland. The dreaded pirates swarmed ashore, seeking the greatest and most elusive prize of all. A fairy. Pirates give me the willies! Far and wide, the pirates searched until they found a fairy. They chased her, captured her and forced her to lead them to the most magical treasure, the enchanted Mirror of Incanta. Forged by fairy magic in ages past, the mirror had the power to grant three wishes, anything precious to your heart. - Fairy Mary, is this true? - Every word. The pirates used two wishes, but before they could use the third wish, the ship was wrecked on an island north of Neverland. The Mirror of Incanta, with its last remaining wish, was lost forever. (EXCLAIMS) Yet it is said that the clues to find it are hidden in this ancient chant. "Journey due north past Neverland "Till a faraway island is close at hand (SINGING) "When you're alone But not alone "You will find help And an arch of stone" Arch of stone. "There's one way across the isle's north ridge "But a price must be paid at the old troll bridge" What did she say? I think she said something about a toll bridge. - Toll bridge? - Yeah. - But I don't know how much it costs. - Oh? "At journey's end You shall walk the plank "Of the ship that sunk But never sank" (SINGING) "And in the hold Amidst gems and gold "A wish come true Awaits, we're told (AUDIENCE APPLAUDING) "But beware and be warned There's a trick to this clue "Wish only goodwill Or no good will come you "For the treasure you seek "You may yet come to rue!" AUDIENCE: Bravo! Bravo! Bravo! Bravo! "Faraway island is close at hand "Due north past Neverland" Let's see. Mouse cheese. Um... Pan. Chart. Extra clothes. This one's not for traveling. How am I gonna carry all this? Not enough. - There you go. One cup, dear. - Thank you. Fairy Gary. Hi. Hello, Tink. What brings you here? I see that bucket-and-pulley system I rigged for you is working out. You know, Fairy Gary, you really run a tight ship. I know it sounds like I'm just saying it, but you really do. Really. That's very sweet, dear. Anyway, I was wondering, can I have some extra pixie dust? (LAUGHING) Pardon? Come on, Fairy Gary. Please? Just a smidge? Now, Tinker Bell, you know the rules, and it says here you already got your ration. (GROANS) Iridessa! Rosetta! - What do you think? - Lend you some of our dust? Tinker Bell, we need every bit of it on the mainland. Sweetie, it takes a lot of flying to bring in autumn. Sorry, Tink. Say, you know who can help. Raffaela, Renato, Redina, Rina... - Hi, Cheese! - Hey, Terence! Morning, Fawn! - Rina, Rhoda, Rosetta... - Terence. - Tink? - Hi. Surprised to see you. How's the scepter? I'm working on it. Look, Terence, things happened, mistakes were made, and now there's something I need to talk to you about. I need some extra pixie dust. You need more pixie dust? That's why you're here? Yeah. It's not exactly what I was expecting. Why do you need more dust? I... I can't tell you. You can't tell me? You need more pixie dust, and you can't tell me why? A true friend wouldn't need to know why. A true friend wouldn't ask me to break the rules! Well, then, I guess we're not true friends! No, I... I guess we're not. I'm on my own, then. (CRYING) (CAWING) What? (EXCLAIMING) (GROANING) So long, Pixie Hollow. I'll be back soon. I just need to angle the moon with the horizon. (EXCLAIMS) Huh? (GASPS) (SCREAMS) (EXHALES) I'm starving. My boysenberry rolls! (SQUEAKING) (BURPS) My mouse cheese! My pumpernickel muffin! Out. Out. Shoo. Go find your friends. (SQUEAKS) Stop following me. I'm on a very important mission. I have two days to find the magic mirror and wish the moonstone back. (SQUEAKS) No, I don't need any help. (SQUEAKS) Yes, I am sure. Okay. Now, let's see. (GRUNTS) Hey, look! Look, little guy. Fetch! (EXCLAIMS) Will you please get out of here? That does it. Out! (GASPS) All right. You can stay. For now. Just do me a favor, if you could stay right here. If my bearings are accurate, we should see land soon. I'm Tinker Bell. What's your name? (SQUEAKS) Okay. Blinky? Flicker? Flash? Beam? Flare? Well, how in the blazing bellows am I supposed to guess your name if you keep... (SQUEAKS) Your name's Bellows? Oh, Blaze. Kind of a tough-guy name. You a tough guy? (LAUGHING) Okay. Don't hurt yourself. IRIDESSA: That's it, Cheese. Keep them coming. Next. Okay. Next. Iridessa, how are those lanterns coming? Almost done, Fairy Mary. Whoa! Good shot, Cheese. Next, I'll get Rosetta some light crystals for the fireworks. I can't wait to mix them up with my begonias, gardenias and... - Forget-me-nots. - Forget-me-nots. I keep forgetting those. Fawn, show me how that All right, fellas, when I blow the whistle, you guys go. (EXCLAIMING IN AGREEMENT) On your mark, get set... (BUTTERFLIES EXCLAIMING) (SIGHS) (WHISTLES) One down and 20 to go. Keep at it, sweetie. Silvermist, what are you working on? Pollywog bubbles. Okay, guys. Ooh! (FAIRY MARY CHUCKLES) - There you go. - Nicely done, dear. Next. Fireworks. Is it ready yet? - Yes! - Let her rip! - Right, Bobble. - Dear. (SCREAMING) BOBBLE: I'm okay. (SCREAMING) (EXCLAIMS) BOBBLE: Still okay. Honestly. One, two. I don't understand, Blaze. We should've seen land by now. You go ahead and get some rest. I'll take first watch. Whoa! I'm awake, I'm awake, I'm... In a tree? This must be the lost island. There it is. The stone arch from the story! You stay here and guard the balloon. I'll be right back. Oh! Oh, no. This is supposed to be a rock arch, not a twisty, branchy, tree arch. (SQUEAKING) Not now. (SQUEAKING) What has gotten into you? Blaze, where's the balloon? (SQUEAKING) It's gone? My compass, my supplies, my pixie dust. I left you in charge. Why didn't you warn me? Well, I... You... Okay, okay. We'll get back to that later. We gotta find that balloon. (GROANING) (BLAZE SHRIEKS) Blaze! TERENCE: Tink? - I'm so sorry... - Terence. Terence. How did you... You brought this stupid thing here. You broke the scepter. - This is your fault! - Tink, I... I was just trying to be a good friend. I... Just leave me alone! Fine! Last time I try to help you. No. Terence, come back. Terence. Terence. Blaze, where are you? Blaze! I lost my balloon. I lost my pixie dust. I'm starving. What have I done? (BOTH EXCLAIM) (CHUCKLES) Wow, that hit the spot. Thank you so much. Hey, we're lost. By any chance, have you seen a stone arch around here? (GROANING) I'm out of dust. Looks like I'll be walking from here. My compass! (GROANING) Ouch! That is a sharp thingy. Terence. The stone arch. Blaze, hey, we made it! We're here! Thank you so much. Thank you all so much. Bye, now. Bye! Great to have friends that will help you out, huh? (SIGHS) I know Tink is my best friend. We should just forgive each other. Someone just needs to take the first step. MALE VOICE: Who? Yeah, well, I think it should be Tink. - Who? - Tink. She blamed me for breaking the scepter. - Who? - Tink! I know she's under a lot of pressure, but she shouldn't have treated me that way. She should apologize. Who? Me. Thank you so much, Mr. Owl. You know what? You are truly the wisest of all the creatures. The fellows are making fun of my kilt again. - Who? - The guys at the depot! They keep calling it a skirt. Hey, Tink, it's me. Look, I know you're mad at me, okay, but there's something I need to tell you. Tink? Anyone home? The moonstone. What? (GRUNTS) It's our last day, Blaze. We gotta find that shipwreck soon. BOTH: None shall pass the secret troll bridge. Troll bridge? I thought it was "toll bridge. " - Look, fellas, I don't want any trouble. - We are guardians of the secret... - Hey, hey, hey! Hey! - What? It's my turn to give the ominous warning, blockhead. - Is not. - Is too. - Is not! Not! Not! Not! Not! Not! - Is too! Is too! Too! Too! Too! Too! Too! You did it last time. That was over 300 years ago! (GROWLS) Go ahead. We are guardians of the secret bridge. Beat it before we grind your bones to make our bed. - Bread. - What? The expression is, "Grind your bones to make our bread," not "bed. " Oh? Really? Who would want to make bread out of bones? Might break a tooth. Well, who would want to sleep in a bed made of bones? It's hard on the back. It'll put a crick in your neck, you knucklehead. Ix-nay in front of the ictim-vay. Gravel for brains. TALL TROLL: Fuzz face. SMALL TROLL: Thimble head. - TALL TROLL: Stinky breath. - Googly eyes. - Waxy ears! - Unibrow! Excuse me. I need to get through. BOTH: None shall pass! Do you have any idea what I've been through to get here? I almost got attacked by bugs and bats and got blown all over the place by the wind, and almost starved to death to find a mirror that grants one last wish, which I wouldn't have even needed if Terence had taken his time finding me a sharp thingy instead of making me break the moonstone. And then he didn't even share his pixie dust because he cares more about the stupid rules than he does about me... Whoa, whoa, whoa. Hang on, hang on, hang on. - Who's Terence? - Is he a friend of yours? Well, yeah. He was my best friend. - You're not very nice. - Hey, don't you judge me! You've been yelling at each other since I got here. But he knows I don't mean it, don't you? You old softie. (CHUCKLING) - Like when I call you "wart face. " - Yes. Or when I call you "big nose. " - Booger breath. - Stinky feet. TALL TROLL: Weasel toes! SMALL TROLL: Badger brain! - Garden gnome! - Garden gnome? Oh, dear, I don't know where that came from. - I crossed the line. - (CRYING) Say the magic words. Go on. I'm sorry. - Do you mean it? - Absolutely. - Do you feel it? - Deeply. Well, then, I forgive you. - Friends? - Friends. - Come here, buddy. - Pal! - Amigo. - Compadre. SMALL TROLL: You're the best. TALL TROLL: No, you. - SMALL TROLL: No, you. - No, you're right, I am the best. - So now you think you're the best? - I know I'm the best! Now, don't you argue with me! SMALL TROLL: Well, you're ugly and stinky. TALL TROLL: Really? Blaze, listen, it's the ocean. The ship that sunk but never sank. Okay, Blaze, this is it. We gotta find that mirror and fix the moonstone. Let's go. Why couldn't the mirror be in a bunny-filled meadow? (GASPS) (MIMICKING ROAR) (LAUGHING) (ECHOING) Blaze! (PANTING) (FLUTTERING) Who's that? Who's there? (GASPS) (SOFTLY) Look, Blaze. (GROANING) Ah! What do you think? Too big? It's gotta be in here somewhere, Blaze. Come on. Help me look. (GASPS) It's real. Okay. Deep breath. Clear your mind. Only get one shot at this. Here it goes. I wish... I wish... I wish... Blaze, I wish you'd be quiet for one minute! (GASPS) No, no, no, no! No! That one didn't count! I take it back. Please, please. I take it back! That wasn't my wish. Please! (SIGHS) Blaze, look what you've done! This mirror was my last chance. This is all your fault! (SNIFFLING) I'm sorry, Blaze. It's not your fault. It's mine. It's all mine. (CRYING) I wish Terence were here. I wish we were still friends. We are friends, Tink. Terence. - I am so sorry. - TERENCE: I forgive you. I miss you so much. I miss you, too. But, Tink, why... Why didn't you tell me about the moonstone? I didn't want anyone to know. I didn't think I needed any help, Terence. I was wrong. I wish you were here. - I am here. - I know you are. But, I mean, really here, with me. I am with you. No. I mean here, Terence, right next to me. I'm standing behind you. (GASPS) Terence! (BOTH LAUGHING) I'm so sorry, Terence. I know, I was so wrong... Hey, hey. I'm sorry, too. You know, you were under a lot of pressure... Whoa! Hey. - Who's this? - This is Blaze. He's been a big help in some tough spots. - Well, it's a pleasure to meet you. - How did you... I flew all night and all day over the sea, and just when I was gonna run out of dust, I stumbled into that flying machine of yours. That thing is awesome! I only had a pinch of dust left. It got me all the way here. You found my balloon? But where did you even get the dust to make it this far? I, you know, borrowed a little extra. - You broke the rules for me? - Hey, I knew you needed my help. (CHITTERING) (SQUEAKING) TERENCE: Run! Blaze! (GASPS) (BOTH GROANING) (PIANO PLAYING) TERENCE: Hold on! (SCREAMING) (TERENCE WHOOPS) (BOTH SCREAMING) - That was kind of fun. - What? (SQUEAKING) There's our way out. (TERENCE GROANING) Terence, buy me some time. Come on, Blaze. Back, you dirty rats! (CHUCKLES) (ROARING) (SQUEAKING) (ROARING) (LAUGHING) - Are they gone? - They're gone. (DRONING) Let's go. Come here, you vicious monster. (BOTH GROANING) TERENCE: Now, how are we gonna fly this thing? I used the last of my dust getting it here. TINKER BELL: Well, with any luck, my pixie-dust bag should be around here somewhere. Is it enough? - Yeah, it's enough. Anchors up. - Aye-aye, Captain. Just a little bit of pixie dust up front will get this baby going. That should do the trick. Whoa! TINKER BELL: Wow. I guess it pays to have a dust-keeper fairy around. I'm telling you, we just might make it. Hey, are you okay? What's gonna happen when we get back? Would you happen to have an extra moonstone? I don't know if it's gonna help, but I brought this. My scepter. Hey, I've got an idea. - Terence? - Right. Right. No, I know. You need your space. No. I can't do this without you. Would you help me? Sure. If I turn this, then this can go in here. Wait a second. You think this would work? - Yeah. Yeah! - Okay, okay. Set it at a 30-degree angle so that the reflective qualities of the moonstone... TINKER BELL: Are magnified in relation to the moonbeam rays. Yes! You're a genius. - I almost got it. I just need... - Like a sharp thingy? Yeah. (CHUCKLING) Excuse me, Blaze. (TRUMPETING) (AUDIENCE APPLAUDING) That's a bit heavier than I remember. (GASPS) No, no, no. It's all right. Tink will be here any second now. The blue harvest moon is high. The moonbeams are almost at their mark. This is a disaster. Fairy Mary, where is Tinker Bell? - I don't know! - You... QUEEN CLARION: Minister, Fairy Mary? BOTH: Yes, Your Highness? Is anything the matter? - Yes... - No, Your Highness. - Where is Tinker Bell? - Well, we've been... SPARROWMAN: Whoa! Look up there! WOMAN: Tinker Bell! Hi, everybody! - Wow! - Wow! (ALL EXCLAIMING) Hi! Queen Clarion, Fairy Mary, I made it! - There she is. - Now that's an entrance. Right in the nick of time. Your Highness. Tinker Bell, at the beginning of the season, you were entrusted with a great responsibility. Where is the fall scepter? There were complications, but it's ready now, Your Highness. This way, dear. Fairies of Pixie Hollow, I present the autumn scepter. (AUDIENCE CHEERING) (AUDIENCE EXCLAIMING IN HORROR) The moonstone! One, two... (STUTTERING) No, no, no. Don't worry, Fairy Mary. Just... Just wait. Wait, wait. Come on, come on. Please work. Please work. Please work. Your Majesty, I've never seen this much blue pixie dust before. (CHUCKLING) Indeed. It's at least a million smidges. Maybe more. - It's more. - Yeah. Much more. This is amazing! (WHOOPING) - Only Tinker Bell. - Pretty good, huh? Come on, girls. It's show time. QUEEN CLARION: Fairies of Pixie Hollow, we have celebrated this revelry without interruption for centuries. Tonight, I believe, is our finest revelry ever, thanks to one very special fairy, Tinker Bell. And her friend, Terence. - And her new friend. - Blaze. Yes, of course. Blaze. We owe them all our thanks. (AUDIENCE APPLAUDING) (WHISTLING) - I'm so proud of you. - Thank you, Fairy Mary. What made you think of breaking the moonstone into all those tiny little pieces? Genius! (BOTH LAUGHING) On your lead, my dear. All right, everyone. To the pixie-dust tree! That's our cue! (WHISTLING) There are the bubbles. Hit it, Clank. It worked, Bobble! It worked! Aye, it certainly did. (SINGING) To believe in who you are Who you were always meant to be To you open up your heart Then you set your spirit free In this time of the season Every leaf on every tree Start to shine Come and see Take my hand Come with me And fly NARRA TOR: "The greatest treasures are not gold "Nor jewels, nor works of art "They cannot be held in your hands They're held within your heart "For worldly things will fade away as seasons come and go "But the treasure of true friendship will never lose its glow" (SINGING) Sometimes you think you'll be fine by yourself 'Cause a dream is a wish that you make all alone It's easy to feel like you don't need help But it's harder to walk on your own You'll change inside When you realize The world comes to life And everything's all right From beginning to end When you have a friend by your side That helps you to find The beauty you are when you open your heart And believe in The gift of a friend The gift of a friend Someone who knows when your lost and you're scared There through the highs and the lows Someone to count on Someone who cares Beside you wherever you'll go You'll change inside When you realize The world comes to life And everything's all right From beginning to end When you have a friend by your side That helps you to find The beauty you are when you open your heart And believe in The gift of a friend And when your hope crashes down Shattering to the ground You'll feel all alone When you don't know which way to go And there's no signs leading you on You're not alone The world comes to life And everything's all right From beginning to end When you have a friend By your side That helps you to find The beauty you are when you open your heart You believe in When you believe in When you believe in The gift of a friend Where the sunbeams play in the highland glade Where the leaves are gently falling Where we used to dance in the autumn shade My foolish pride drove you away Where the storm clouds rose and the cold winds blew Oh, I could not hear you calling Till you took my hand and you pulled me through To where the sunbeams play To ride with you upon the wind To fly above the sea To be far and wide of Neverland I would dare to go If you would go with me Now the wind blows our love against our day And the dark of night is falling But if you're with me We will find our way To where the sunbeams To where the sunbeams To where the sunbeams dance And play

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