Princess and the Pony

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Princess and the Pony
Directed by Rachel Lee Goldenberg
Produced by
Written by
  • Bill Parker
  • Rachel Lee Goldenberg
Starring
  • Fiona Perry
  • Bobbi Jo Lathan
  • Ron Hajak
  • Bill Oberst, Jr.
Music by Chris Ridenhour
Cinematography Adam Silver
Edited by
  • Bill Parker
  • Rachel Lee Goldenberg
Distributed by The Asylum
Release dates
  • January 25, 2011 (2011-01-25)
Running time 88 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Budget $17.000

Princess and the Pony (also known as 1st Furry Valentine) is a 2011 drama film by The Asylum.[1] It is The Asylum's first family film not marketed under their Christian-oriented label Faith Films, deviating from the studio's use of mature content on their other films.

Plot[edit]

In order to protect her identity, young Princess Evelyn (Fiona Perry) is sent to live with distant relatives in America. She initially has difficulty adjusting to life in the town until she befriends a pony held captive by a shady carnival owner.

Cast[edit]

  • Fiona Perry as Princess Evelyn Cottington
  • Bill Oberst Jr. as Theodore Snyder
  • Bobbi Jo Lathan as Aunt Fay
  • Ron Hajak as Lawrence
  • Aubrey Wakeling as Fernando
  • Alison Lees-Taylor as Velora
  • Jonathan Nation as Sheriff Bartelbaum
  • Olivia Stuck as Becky
  • Kim Little as Queen Matilda
  • Brian Ibsen as Roberts
  • Michael William Arnold as Timmy
  • Twinkie as Echo the Pony

Reception[edit]

Commonsensemedia gave the film one star and criticized it for having "a shocking amount of violence for a movie billed as "family entertainment.""[2] In contrast, the Dove Foundation rated the film favorably and stated it was an "entertaining movie for the entire family" and gave it the Dove "Family-Approved" seal.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ The Asylum - Princess and the Pony Trailer
  2. ^ "Princess and the Pony (review)". Commonsensemedia. Retrieved 29 May 2014. 
  3. ^ "Princess And The Pony (review)". Dove Foundation. Retrieved 29 May 2014. 

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