The Swan Princess: The Mystery of the Enchanted Kingdom
- 1 hr 11 min
The Swan Princess: The Mystery of the Enchanted Kingdom is an animated adventure film that was released in 1998. It was released directly to home video and may also be known as The Swan Princess: The Mystery of the Enchanted Treasure. It is the third film in the Swan Princess franchise. It was directed by Richard Rich, and it was produced by Rich Animation Studios. Columbia TriStar Home Video provided distribution for the film. It has a running time of 71 minutes and has a G rating. The movie was written by Brian Nissen, and it stars Michelle Nicastro, Brian Nissen, Joseph Medrano and Christy Landers. The Swan Princess: The Mystery of the Enchanted Kingdom opens up with the prince and princess preparing for an event of celebration for their kingdom. As this is going on, Zelda plans on stealing documents pertaining to the creation of the Forbidden Arts. The Forbidden Arts are crucial to Zelda as she is a friend of the evil sorcerer. These documents give them the power to create evil. To help get her plan off the ground she gets hold of a bird that can provide any voice after hearing it only once. Zelda threatens the bird into spying on the prince and princess. The bird figures out that the documents have not been destroyed, and they plan on using it for good sometime in the future. After the bird races back to Zelda, he relays the information about the status of the Forbidden Arts documents. This sets in motion a series of events where Zelda infiltrates the royal kingdom. She does this while in disguise. Her plan is to befriend the royal family, and to find the Forbidden Arts documents with the help of the bird.