Review and Giveaway ~ Angelina Ballerina: Ballerina Princess


Angelina Ballerina: Ballerina Princess DVD ~ Lionsgate and HIT Entertainment

Lionsgate and HIT Entertainment sent me the new Angelina Ballerina: Ballerina Princess for review and giveaway on my dad blog. The latest Angelina Ballerina DVD features five episodes and one bonus feature. It will be available tomorrow (March 6th) on DVD, digital download and video on demand. The 61-minute DVD has a list price of $14.98, but you can currently purchase it for $10.99 on Amazon.

If you’ve seen Angelina Ballerina before, then you already know the show is about a girl mouse that is really into ballet. My kids enjoyed the episodes on Angelina Ballerina: Ballerina Princess. And because the shows are family oriented, I don’t have to worry about anything inappropriate for my children. As I mentioned previously, there are five episodes and one bonus feature on the new Angelina Ballerina DVD.

Episodes and Bonus Feature

  • Angelina’s Big Part
    In this episode, Angelina is chosen as the new prima ballerina. This means she gets to play the part of the fairy princess. But Angelina doesn’t want to because she doesn’t think the fairy princess gets to dance.

  • Angelina and Polly’s Two Hour Show
    The kids and I have actually seen this episode before. In the story, Angelina and her sister put on a show for their tired parents.

  • Angelina’s Fancy Tutu
    In this episode, Angelina finds a tutu but doesn’t know who it belongs to. So she decides to find the owner of the tutu.

  • Angelina and the Carnival
    The gang decides to hold a carnival in this episode. But in the process of planning the big event, the group almost forgets about Polly’s birthday.

  • Angelina’s Indian Lunchtime
    In this episode, Marco tells Angelina and her friends about the Mayan culture.

  • Angelina’s Stupendous Dress Up Game
    In this bonus feature game, your children get to dress Angelina by using the remote to select items from her closet.

Angelina Ballerina Giveaway
Thanks to Lionsgate and HIT Entertainment, a reader of my dad blog will win the Angelina Ballerina: Ballerina Princess DVD. The winner will be randomly selected. The deadline to enter the giveaway is Monday, March 12, 2012 (Pacific time). The giveaway is limited to readers located in the U.S. To enter the giveaway, answer this question: have your kids ever taken a ballet class?

Five Bonus Entries (leave a separate comment for each entry)

  • Like Angelina Ballerina on Facebook
  • Click on the Facebook like button above the comments area and then on my Facebook page, answer this question: do you like ballet?
  • Follow Daddy Forever on Twitter and tweet out a message like this (or use the retweet button above the comments area):

    Win the Angelina Ballerina: Ballerina Princess DVD on @daddyforever dad blog:

  • Write about this giveaway on your blog or Facebook page with a working link to this page: (include your blog post URL for verification)
  • Subscribe to my blog via RSS or email:

    — don’t forget to click on the confirmation link after you subscribe. Note: you still have to be subscribed when I announce the winner.

[Disclosure: The giveaway prize will be provided by Lionsgate and HIT Entertainment, but they are not the administrators of the giveaway on my blog. I am not liable for the prize. I received a copy of the DVD for review. As always, the opinions expressed are mine and I am not obligated to write a positive review.]


65 thoughts on “Review and Giveaway ~ Angelina Ballerina: Ballerina Princess

  1. My daughter is 2 and has never taken a ballet class, but I am currently thinking of putting her into some type of dance class.

  2. My little girl is 4 years old and currently in dance class, she will be able to specialize inballet once she is 5. We are so excited.


  3. Yes,My daughter took ballet as a child an loved it,,she is now 26 an wishes she had a little girl to take ballet,she has two boys,,


  4. Clicked on the facebook like button an answered the question there


  5. Like you on Fb carol yerby lewis
    and yes, I do. I took lessons as a child and even had toe shoes-which I just loved!

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