She-Ra: Princess of Power

Season 2 Episode 11

Brigis

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Aired Unknown Sep 19, 1987 on
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Brigis
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500 years ago, the villagers of Brigis made a deal with a good witch: if they remain in their village and protect her magic box, their lives will always be happy. Today is the day that the village (and the magic box) will temporarily reappear in Etheria. Shadow Weaver sends Mantenna and Grizzlor there to abduct a villager so that the spell will break and the box will be vulnerable. The Horde eventually succeeds in kidnapping a little girl, but not before She-Ra befriends her. Now the Princess of Power must race against time to get the girl back to Brigis before the spell is broken!moreless

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    Melendy Britt

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      • The episode's central concept is based on the story of Brigadoon, a Scottish village that only appears for one day every hundred years. The story is known to today's audiences primarily through the Lerner and Loewe Broadway musical and its 1954 film adaptation starring Gene Kelly, Cyd Charisse, and Van Johnson.

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