She got dressed, grabbed her Rainbow Brite doll and ran right outside to try her bike. "Hey! "He's my best friend and he's very gentle.
The villains of Rainbow Land are Murky Dismal and Lurky - two nasty creatures who live in a place called The Pits. Rainbow Brite concentrated on her list again. Reassuring Brian that they will do what they can to return Spring, Rainbow and Starlite return to Rainbowland. According to Jeanne Slater, the creator of Lurky, there was a big team of very talented artists working on Rainbow. 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. This visit was extended when somehow the Dark Princess erased the memory of Rainbow Land from the little girl's mind. Then, he went a little faster. "With you in my power," Murky Dismal said to Rainbow Brite, "I shall make sure springtime never comes again. The Color Kids also evolved to the characteristics they have today. Getting in the way of their mission is the sinister Murky Dismal (Peter Cullen) and his bumbling assistant, Lurky (Pat Fraley), who, as usual, are lavishing in the new gloom created by the darkening of Spectra, as well as trying to steal Rainbow's magical color belt. Their success led to the production of a feature movie based on the toy. She does this by scattering lots of Star Sprinkles which turn magical in Rainbow's fingers. "I knew you’d think of a way out."
Rainbow Brite and the Star Stealer is an animated film released on November 15, 1985 by Warner Bros., and produced by DIC Entertainment and Hallmark Cards.This is the only film to feature the greeting card character, Rainbow Brite; she also appeared in a few television specials prior to its release, and later in a Kideo TV series.. She must stop a wicked princess who wants all of Spectra, a planet-sized diamond through which all the light in the universe must pass. cried brave little Twink. Join Rainbow Brite and her forces of color as they challenge the forces of gloom, in a struggle to keep the world bright and colorful, and to keep our hearts hopeful and happy. "But how did I get here? "What a wonderful idea.". She proves to be no match for Rainbow and Starlite, who outrun her and head off to Earth. "In Rainbow Land, of course!"
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. Rainbow Brite just hated seeing Mary Ann so unhappy. Upon looking over the world she saw that not all creatures were mean, or vicious, and that there were others like her who loved color.
he screamed at Lurky. ", Mary Ann couldn't believe her eyes! With the help of her friends, her magnificent horse Starlite, and her magical Color Belt and Star Scepter, Rainbow Brite travels to the far corners of the universe, bringing hope and happiness to everyone she meets. Kerplop! When they landed, Mary Ann was laughing. "It's so beautiful!" Starlite walked very slowly. ", Murky Dismal was astounded to see Twink vanishing down the green path in mid-air. Rainbow Brite looked up just in time to see Lurky swoop up Twink in his giant butterfly net.
she shouted. With the help of her friends, her magnificent horse Starlite, and her magical Color Belt and Star Scepter, Rainbow Brite travels to the far corners of the universe, bringing hope and happiness to everyone she meets. She uses the colors of the rainbow to make our world brighter and our hearts lighter. Rainbow Brite's best friend is a magical flying horse named Starlite. She fell again but she kept on trying and on her third try, she did it! All you have to do is really believe you can.".
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. Rainbow Brite/Image Gallery Happy little Twink bounded so high that he shook the leaves of a tree branch overhead. Twink grinned. "I don't think I can," she said. 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. Brian becomes worried that Spring will never come and senses that all of humanity is losing hope. Just then, Twink felt the net being lifted off of him. "G-g-g-g-gosh, boss.
Murky Dismal laughed menacingly. Mary Ann asked rubbing her eyes. The character of Rainbow Brite was originally a "forest spirit" named Wisp in 1982. Her costume also evolved changing to adorable moon boots with matching dress, but her color belt came later. Helping Rainbow and Starlite is Krys (David Mendenhall), a boy from Spectra who believes he can take on the princess and save his home world by himself without the help of a "dumb girl." "Where am I?" Rainbow Brite took a huge handful of green Star Sprinkles from her pocket. Rainbow Brite and the Star Stealer is a 1985 animated fantasy film directed by Bernard Deyriès and Kimio Yabuki.The film was produced by DIC Enterprises, Inc. and Hallmark Cards, and was released in the United States on November 15, 1985 by Warner Bros. Santiago developed Rainbow Brite's final looks. She got up and tried again. She whispered in the little girl's ear and Mary Ann began to dream. With the King of Shadows gone forever, Murky and Lurky hid in the dark corners of the land, known as the Pits. Source. No more cheerful trees and flowers to depress me, no more disgusting blue skies or yellow sunshine.
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! When they arrive, they meet up with Brian (Scott Menville), the only boy on Earth who can "see" them. "Gosh, Twink, that was a close one!" Mary Ann went inside. A girl of indeterminable age, perhaps 8 or 9 years old. "Now..." he glared at Rainbow Brite, "Come with me or the sprite is mine...FOREVER!". When Mary Ann woke up, she was very excited. 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" franchise was rebooted in the '90s and mid-2000s. added Twink, as he skipped happily along. Rainbow takes the mission to find Orin and later learns that Spectra is dimming as the result of a massive net being woven around its surface.
Soon, Starlite's feet left the ground and the two were flying through the sky! I can't!" Years later Rainbow Land is again in peril as the Dark Princess has taken over and trapped all the colors inside the color castle. 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!
The film was first released on VHS & Betamax video formats by Warner Home Video in the United States and Canada on March 17, 1986. Would you like to ride him?". The film was produced in only three months, at that time the quickest on record for an animated feature. 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. Mary Ann cried. They find an unguarded entrance to the palace and find the Princess in her throne room. The character's focus moved from nature to colors. Rainbow Brite smiled.
Together they discovered the color belt, a magical belt that gave the wearer the power of all colors. "All I had to do was believe in myself! . When they meet Orin, he tries to make them work together to stop the princess. "Just look around you. 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. This page has been accessed 65,308 times. Nik Kershaw - I Won´t Let The Sun Go Down On Me (original), Tears For Fears - "Everybody Wants To Rule The World" - ORIGINAL VIDEO, ET The Extra Terrestrial (1982) Official 20th Anniversary Trailer Movie HD, https://80s.fandom.com/wiki/Rainbow_Brite?oldid=4107. Just as Rainbow Brite crossed the bridge into Rainbow Land, the green color faded from her hair, skin and clothes so that she became visible again. Pretty much all the products were created simultaneously so they needed to train a lot of people in G.G. Rainbow Brite was a franchise created by Hallmark Cards in 1983. Rainbow Brite sighed as she hugged her little friend. "We’ll work on those next.
"See! "First we'll color the meadows," she said. Even Rainbow is confused. 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" franchise was rebooted in the '90s and mid-2000s. The introduction of this cereal corresponded with the release of the 1985 movie Rainbow Brite and the Star Stealer.The Rainbow Brite animated TV series debuted a year earlier in 1984.This product was described on the box as a "sweetened cereal" with "natural fruit flavors" that was "fortified with 9 essential vitamins & minerals". With Emily Osment, Molly Ringwald, Marcus Toji, Mark C. Hanson. The film's art director, Rich Rudish, had been a staff member of Hallmark since 1964.. 80's Wiki is a FANDOM Lifestyle Community.
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.
They want to use color for trickery and evil doings so that the world will be just as murky and dismal as they are. Then the two set off to finish bringing all the colors of spring to Rainbow Land. Old enough tor ride a horse on rainbows, but young enough to think that’s THE COOLEST THING EVER! Although she may be small, her good deeds and the magic she performs with her powerful Color Belt, more than make up for her size! An animated TV series of the franchise first aired in 1984. She, however, does not want to end her winter fun, so Rainbow battles her for control over the season. He commanded Murky Dismal, and his assistant Lurky to defeat this small menace, but were out witted. Murky Dismal looked confused.
"Yes, wildflowers of every color." "...and dotted with wildflowers!"  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.
Rainbow is paid a visit by On-X (Pat Fraley), a strange robotic horse with rockets for legs. Although full of fun, Rainbow always makes sure her work comes first. The film was produced by DIC Enterprises, Inc. and Hallmark Cards, and was released in the United States on November 15, 1985 by Warner Bros. It is the only film to feature the greeting card character Rainbow Brite; she also appeared in a few television specials prior to its release, and later in a Kideo TV series. Mary Ann put Rainbow Brite down and got on her bike. Through courage, kindness and friendship, Wisp became Rainbow Brite and transformed the unhappy world to Rainbow Land, a magical place where all the colors in the universe are created. "Drat! Rainbow Brite smiled and made an addition to her list. She put on her pajamas and climbed in bed.
Janet Maslin of The New York Times said in her short review, "[It] isn't a movie; it's a marketing tool." "Well done, Lurky!" Puppy Brite and Starlite leave Rainbow Land to Earth to find the little girl once called Rainbow Brite and remind her who she is and that Rainbow Land needs her once again! ", Rainbow Brite led Mary Ann down a colorful trail. Come on, I want you to meet someone. "You bumbling fool!" 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. As she passed them through her fingertips, they began to shimmer and glow. "Don’t give in to him, Rainbow Brite!" . ", Rainbow Brite looked over her long list of jobs. With the help of her new found friends she was able to rescue the color kids, children who were in charge of individual colors, and sprites, the furry funny creatures who assisted them in their work.