The film is the second feature in the third incarnation of the My Little Pony series and the first film to promote the Crystal Princess line.
It featured the debut of the Breezies and the 2006 re-design of Spike the dragon, who originally featured in the first My Little Pony series from the 1980s.
Angy Ghanim (Arabic)Su Zhaohua (Chinese for Taiwan)Zhang Anqi (Chinese for China mainland)Jana Mařasová (Czech)Tereza Chudobová (Czech, demo version)Nicole Salmansen (Danish)Donna Vrijhof (Dutch)Taru Tikkanen (Finnish)Julie Basecqz (European French)Rubina Kuraoka (German)Naama Ozen (Hebrew)Andrea Kerekes (Hungarian, season 1, season 3, Equestria Girls)Ilona Molnár (Hungarian, season 2)Camilla Gallo (Italian)Mikoi Sasaki (Japanese)Yeo Min-jeong (Korean)Hanne Dancke Arnesen (Norwegian)Monika Kwiatkowska (Polish)Priscila Franco (Brazilian Portuguese)Olivia Fodor (Romanian)Carmen Lopăzan (Romanian, Equestria Girls)Olga Zvereva (Russian, season 1)Darya Frolova (Russian, season 2 onward)Snežan Nešković (Serbian, Minimax, seasons 1-2, 4)Milena Živanović (Serbian, Minimax, season 3)Dragana Milošević (Serbian, Mini)Marina García Guevara (European Spanish)Elsa Covián (Latin American Spanish)Christine Byrd (Latin American Spanish, S1E3 (demo version) and promos)My Bodell (Swedish)Yulia Perenchuk (Ukrainian, seasons 1-3) Anastasia Zinovenko (Ukrainian, Equestria Girls, season 4 and Rainbow Rocks)Daryna Muraschenko (Ukrainian, season 5) Kazumi Evans (English)Hana Igonda Ševčíková (Czech, season 3)Roberta Bartůňková (Czech, season 4)Nathalie Delattre (French)Romina Langenhan (German, from S5E14 onward)Greta Bortolotti (Italian)Małgorzata Szymańska (Polish Becoming Popular backing voice)Magdalena Tul (Polish, season 5)Mônica Toniolo (Brazilian Portuguese, season 1 and Equestria Girls)Bianca Tadini (Brazilian Portuguese, season 2, 3 and 4) Sandra de Castro (European Portuguese)Olivia Fodor (Romanian, season 1)Ioana Perneș (Romanian, season 2 and S4E14)Ioana Dagău (Romanian, season 3)Denisa Chis (Romanian, season 4)Elena Diment (Romanian, season 6)Catinca Roman (Romanian, Equestria Girls)Maria Ivaschenko (Russian, season 5)Ana Milenković (Serbian, Mini)Alisa Balan (Ukrainian, Rules of Rarity) Rarity is a female unicorn pony and one of the main characters of My Little Pony Friendship is Magic.
She is Sweetie Belle's older sister and the subject of Spike's long-term crush. Rarity uses Glory's color scheme, Sparkler's cutie mark and appearance, and some mannerisms of G3 Rainbow Dash, like the Trans-Atlantic English accent and a tendency to flip her mane and say "darling". Rarity's tail is inspired by the hairstyle of the character Margaret Wade from the comic strip Dennis the Menace.
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My Little Pony: The Princess Promenade is a 2006 direct-to-video animated musical family fantasy film produced by SD Entertainment and distributed by Paramount Home Entertainment in association with Hasbro.
According to Broadway World, the "Mega Mare-athon" itself drew in 5.4 million viewers and has earned significant delivery growth on every demographic: Kids 2-11 ( 134%), Girls 2-11 ( 179%), Kids 6-11 ( 169%), Girls 6-11 ( 216%), Adults 18-49 ( 111%), Women 18-49 ( 146%), Adults 25-54 ( 74%), Women 25-54 ( 76%), Persons 2 ( 124%) and Households ( 98%).
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