Rabbitearsblog's Reviews 2.0 #13: The Nutcracker Prince (1990) (Revisited)
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Here's my movie review on the underrated animated version of the Nutcracker, "The Nutcracker Prince!"

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▶End Credits Music: Creepin by MK2 (YouTube Music)

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▶Film Clips Courtesy of Lacewood Productions /Warner Bros:


▶Paul Schibli - Director

The Nutcracker Prince

Lacewood Productions / Warner Bros

1990

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