The Nutcracker (Jetlag Productions, 1995)

“It is Christmas Eve, and the Stahlbaum family is happily unwrapping their Christmas gifts… seven-year-old Marie receives a very special gift – a mysterious Nutcracker – from her beloved Godfather Drosselmeier… Marie discovers that this is no ordinary Nutcracker, but Godfather Drosselmeier’s nephew, who was transformed into a wooden toy by the curse of the evil Madame Mouserink. To break the curse, the Nutcracker must win the love of Marie and defeat the malicious, seven-headed Mouse King.”

– Anonymous, IMDB.
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The Nutcracker Prince (1990)

“Clara is on the verge of growing up, with dreams of traveling the world in the grand ballet… When midnight comes, Clara finds herself trapped in the middle of a battle between the mice and her toys being lead by the confused nutcracker. If the prince of the dolls can defeat the Mouse King and win the hand of a fair maiden, it can break the curse upon him. However, Clara must chose between the dreamworld of her new companion and his adventures or her real world where the dreams and adventures of growing up still await her”

– Max Vaughn, IMDB.
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The Nutcracker and the Mouseking (2004)

“Based on E.T.A. Hoffman’s classic story, “The Nutcracker and the Mouseking” is the tale of a spoiled prince who lives in a magnificent palace with his magician uncle, Drosselmeier.”

-Anonymous, IMDB

The Nutcracker and the Mouseking is a German animated direct-to-video film loosely based on E.T.A Hoffman’s original story. The film was redubbed into English for North America, and features the voice talents of Leslie Nielsen, Fred Willard, and Eric Idle.

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