Barbie doll movies


Barbara Millicent Roberts, known as Barbie doll, was born on March 9, 1959. It is the most famous doll in the world. Owned by Mattel, a company that owes its place as a world leader in toy manufacturing.

According to company figures, more than 1.000 billion copies of Barbie have been sold, in 150 countries, and to this day it maintains a rhythm of 3 dolls dispatched every second.

Bild Lilli Doll is his direct ancestor: a German based on a cartoon, who had no problem talking about sex. It wasn't too childish a product, until the girls discovered her and began to play to change her clothes. And therein lies the secret of success: in the 50s, almost all the dolls available on the market were child-shaped, while Lilli (later Barbie) was the reflection of adult women.

Throughout her more than 60 years of life, Barbie has had to deal with controversy: accused of offering an unreal and unnatural image of women, to incite anorexia, to promote consumerism and undervalue studies and academic training.

Barbie Doll: Movie Star

Barbie has her own movie saga. Too his "cameo" in Toy Story 2 is famous, both to earn a starring role in the third part of Pixar's toy story.

In total, There are 38 films starring the platinum blonde, in addition to an exercise video and a compilation DVD with his best songs.


The most important Barbie movies

Barbie and the Rock Stars: Out of This World (1987)

Young Barbara's film debut was in a musical special for TV. Rock Barbies go on tour around the world. To close the tour, they perform a concert in space to promote world peace.

Barbie in the Nutcracker (2001)

Brand the official start of the Barbie Movie saga. Partially based on the story The Nutcracker and the Mouse King, includes several sequences filmed with the Motion Capture technique. It was the first animated doll movie from digital form and with 3D graphics.

Barbie rapunzel (2002)

Barbie grows her hair to become protagonist of this adaptation of the popular tale of The Brothers Grimm. A rabbit and a dragon are the allies of the princess kidnapped by an evil witch, who must overcome a series of obstacles to discover the truth about her family and marry Prince Stefan.

Barbie in the lakes of the swans (2003)

After The Nutcracker, Tchaikovsky is once again the inspiration for an audiovisual tale of the popular doll. Barbie tells all the experiences that Odette lived, a damsel who ended up by an evil spell turned into a swan and who must face a terrible sorcerer, not only to fully regain his human form, but also to liberalize the world of the sinister character.

Barbie: The Princess Seamstress (2004)

The famous Mark Twain novel The Prince and the Pauper, serves as inspiration for this new adventure. It is also the first musical in the series started in 2001.

Barbie: Fairytopia (2005)

First film built based on an original argument. Elina (Barbie) lives in a fairy world with a limitation that does not make her very happy: she cannot fly. However, she is the one chosen to face Laverna, an unscrupulous evil that wants to end everything.

It became the first Barbie movie to have sequels: loss (2005) The magic of the rainbow (2007) Barbie Mariposa (2008) y Barbie Mariposa and The Fairy Princess

Barbie and the Magic of the Pegasus (2005)

Another original argument serves as a stand for this film, in which Brie Larson sang the theme hope has wings, whose video was included as bonus material on the DVD. María Isabel recorded a version in Spanish titled In my garden.

Barbie's Diary (2006)

The doll moves away from the fantastic universes, to finish turned into a teenager with common problems.

Barbie and the 12 dancing princesses (2006)

Back to the fantasy world, Genevive (Barbie) He must save his kingdom and his 11 messy sisters from the clutches of his cousin, the evil Duchess Rowena.

Barbie in the Island Princess (2007)

Seventh time that Barbara belongs to royalty. It is also his second musical story.

Barbie in a Christmas Carol (2008)

The Mattel star returns to the classic tales, this time delving into the charles dickens universe. It was touted as "Barbie's First Christmas Movie."

Barbie Thumbelina (2009)

It only takes the title from the classic Hans Christian Andersen tale, as it narrates the Thumbelina's Adventures in the Human World, trying to return to his own to his own universe.

 Barbie and The Three Musketeers (2009)

The doll's second film released in 2009 more faithfully adapts the famous novel by Alexandre Dumas.

Barbie in a Mermaid tale (2010)

Barbie lives in california and loves to surf, so much so that everyone knows her as The Queen of the waves. One day he discovers that he is half a mermaid and that he also has the mission of rescuing order at sea, broken by his evil aunt Eris.

Magical fashion in Paris (2010)

Is the Barbie's second adventure in the real world" from Barbie's Diary. Although on this occasion, the protagonist receives magical help from some fairies, who help her restore the fashion house of her aunt Millicent.

The secret of the fairies (2011)

Ken is kidnapped by a group of evil fairies, so Barbie must rescue her boyfriend. For this he will have the help of Raquelle and a group of good fairies.

 Barbie and the secret door (2014)

A shy princess who discovers a secret door in the middle of the castle where he lives. Upon crossing the threshold, he meets a magical world ruled by the evil Malucia. Barbie must foil the vile plans to eradicate magic in this place.

 Barbie in a video game world (2017)

In the style of Tron, the Disney sci-fi classic, Barbie must enter the virtual world to eradicate a computer virus that pretends to appropriate everything.

For the summer of 2018 the premiere is expected in theaters of Barbie: the movie, produced by Sony's animation division.


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