Originally broadcast during the 2011-2012 television season
Special features: Fairytales in the modern world ; building character ; welcome to storybrooke ; deleted scenes ; bloopers ; audio commentaries
Jennifer Morrison, Ginnifer Goodwin, Josh Dallas, Lana Parrilla, Raphael Sbarge, Robert Carlyle
On her 28th birthday, Emma Swan meets Henry, the son she gave up for adoption 10 years ago. Henry believes Emma is the daughter of Snow White and Prince Charming, prophesied to break a powerful curse. Unconvinced, Emma returns Henry to Storybrooke, where she encounters the enigmatic Mr. Gold and clashes with mayor Regina Mills, the boy's adoptive mother, who Henry insists is none other than the Evil Queen!
DVD, NTSC, region 1, dual-layer format; Dolby Digital 5.1 surround sound
English dialogue; English, Chinese, French, Portuguese, Spanish or Thai subtitles
Older Disney fans will be thrilled with this show!
Once Upon a Time, as its name suggests, is about fairy tales. The catch? The fairy tale characters live in modern times... and they don’t remember who they are.
Snow White is a schoolteacher; Rumpelstiltskin is a successful businessman; and the Evil Queen who cast them to our time? She’s the town mayor. While there are literally dozens of famous storybook characters spotlighted in the show its focuses are the Evil Queen, Snow, and the people they’ve both loved.
Why you may like this: Disney fans will smile when characters are revealed as they tend to follow the Disney telling of the tales rather than the Grimm versions. It’s exceptionally cheeky and fun with a dash of intrigue.
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