Quickly she tossed the Star Sprinkles all over herself from head to toe until she blended perfectly with the trees and grass around her. Although full of fun, Rainbow always makes sure her work comes first. Where’d she go?" No more anything!" "I don't think I can," she said. Brian becomes worried that Spring will never come and senses that all of humanity is losing hope. "He's my best friend and he's very gentle. "[8] As for Stuart Fisher, a contributor for Jerry Beck's Animated Movie Guide: "Sorry, kids, the star stealer was here", referring to the zero stars given to it in the book. Rainbow meets Orin there who explains that Krys and Rainbow must destroy the Princess' crystal—as that is the source of her powers. All of these releases have since gone out of print. Would you like to ride him?". Murky Dismal bellowed. she said as she climbed the stairs to her room. 1985 film by Kimio Yabuki, Bernard Deyriès, https://catalog.afi.com/Film/58319-RAINBOW-BRITE-AND-THE-STAR-STEALER?sid=8741f84a-a756-4fd9-a644-50b812e6f2cd&sr=4.1622906&cp=1&pos=0, The Atlanta Journal and the Atlanta Constitution, http://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/rainbow_brite_and_the_star_stealer/, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Rainbow_Brite_and_the_Star_Stealer&oldid=979102098, American children's animated fantasy films, American children's animated musical films, Pages using infobox film with unknown empty parameters, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 18 September 2020, at 19:57. I don‘t know," Lurky stammered, forgetting all about his net as he peered behind some bushes. The Adventures of 8 Year old girl Rainbow Brite. The music was composed by Haim Saban and Shuki Levy, who produced various music for cartoons within the 1980s and would go on to launch the Power Rangers series in the 1990s. Once upon a time a little girl named Wisp came to a dark and dismal land filled with fantastic creatures and great peril. Rainbow Brite's costume represents all colors of the rainbow: a blue dress, red belt, and white accents, with Red, orange, yellow, green, blue and purple sleeve rings, and matching boots. Now Rainbow must stop the princess' plan before all life on Earth is frozen solid by an endless Winter. Rainbow Brite was a franchise created by Hallmark Cards in 1983. illustrated her Vs. Gerry Oliveira and Mary Lou Faltico and Sue Tague. On Earth, a warm spring finally arrives as life returns there and Rainbow returns to Rainbowland, finding her friends are back to normal. Then, he went a little faster. The film did not receive advance screenings upon its release, and fared weakly among critics. The franchise also generated a movie called "Rainbow Brite and the Star Stealer" which was released by Warner Bros. Pictures in 1985. The "Rainbow Brite" heroine is pictured on the box of a best-selling cereal. She may be enjoying a merry game with her friends, but should a sun-drenched field of wheat be in danger of losing its beautiful yellow color, or a forest of green trees need it's green leaves reviving , Rainbow is there in a thrice providing them with all the color they need. No matter where you are, you can always count on Rainbow Brite to make your heart a little lighter and your world a little more colorful! 's style. No more cheerful trees and flowers to depress me, no more disgusting blue skies or yellow sunshine. "You bumbling fool!" The rainbow is a Biblical symbol that the New Age has wickedly mocked by attributing the false notion that the rainbow represents man's bridge to godhood. The "Rainbow Brite" franchise was rebooted in the '90s and mid-2000s. ", Mary Ann couldn't believe her eyes! Rainbow Brite sighed as she hugged her little friend. The defeated Princess runs to her spaceship with the intention of crashing into Spectra to destroy it, however Rainbow uses her rainbow to deflect the spacecraft away from the diamond planet, prompting it to explode. Bonus features on the DVD included a sing-along version of the opening song, "Brand New Day", and a "Find the Missing Color Belt" game, as extras. If you really believe in yourself you can do anything!". Description Edit "Sweetened Cereal" Notes Edit. They are responsible for their assigned colors, and for organizing and leading the groups of sprites that match their hues. They escape the dungeon when Starlite retrieves Rainbow's belt. [4], The project was directed by French animator Bernard Deyriès, well known at the time for DIC's science-fiction series Ulysses 31 and Mysterious Cities of Gold (both also animated by Japanese studios), and Japanese partner Kimio Yabuki, a legendary animator at Toei Animation and former cohort of Hayao Miyazaki. Many forces were against them during that dark time, lead by the King of Shadows. "But how did I get here? As she passed them through her fingertips, they began to shimmer and glow. Rainbow Brite was a franchise created by Hallmark Cards in 1983. The net is being made so that a selfish princess (Rhonda Aldrich), known only as the "Dark Princess", can steal Spectra, "the greatest diamond in all the universe," for herself, and tow it back to her world with her massive spaceship. The character's focus moved from nature to colors. ", Rainbow Brite looked over her long list of jobs. "...and dotted with wildflowers!" Rainbow Brite took a huge handful of green Star Sprinkles from her pocket. "If I can fly through the sky on a horse, this should be easy!" Among them was Twink, a white sprite and Starlite, a magical horse. The enslaved Sprites are freed and immediately destroy the net so that Spectra radiates its magical light once again. Warner reissued the VHS cassette in 2002 and once more in November 2004, and also that same month released the movie on DVD in Region 1 territories with a remastered "open matte" 1.33:1 transfer. A girl of indeterminable age, perhaps 8 or 9 years old. In a faraway place, right at the end of the rainbow, there is a magical kingdom where all the colors of the earth are created. [5] While the U.S. unit contributed to the film's production, some Japanese companies took on animation outsourcing duties (as was often the case with DIC's productions of the time), among them Cockpit, Zaendou, Doga-Kobou, Tama, Crocus and Peacock. . Everyone took their cue from G.G.. Every world needs a hero ... and in Rainbow Land, that hero is Rainbow Brite. An animated TV series of the franchise first aired in 1984. "Don’t worry," whispered the invisible Rainbow Brite, "it’s me. However, the Dark Princess, now enraged, uses her powerful crystal to create a vortex to send Rainbow, Krys, Starlite and On-X to a prison planet. "I can't ride that bike! Rainbow is paid a visit by On-X (Pat Fraley), a strange robotic horse with rockets for legs. Rainbow Brite, also known in Japan as Magical Girl Rainbow Brite (魔法少女レインボーブライト Mahō Shōjo Reinbō Buraito), is a TV series created by Hallmark Cards. She‘s DISAPPEARED!" "Hey, this isn't so scary!" Rainbow Brite's Story: A Very Special Friend, Rainbow Brite's Story: Positive Thinking to the Rescue, It's Your Birthday Party with Rainbow Brite and Friends, http://wiki.rainbowbrite.co.uk/index.php5?title=Rainbow_Brite. She fell again but she kept on trying and on her third try, she did it! The sprites are colorful, happy little workers who mine and manufacture "star sprinkles", the magic crystals which form the colors. Now, Rainbow Brite is one of Rainbow Land’s four Sky Powers, characters whose magical powers determine the cycles of Rainbow Land’s days and seasons.