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"Tinker Bell and the Great Fairy Rescue" Premiere


"Tinker Bell" Red Carpet, left to right, Producer Helen Kalafatic, Writer Bob Hilgenberg (of Bob & Rob), Director Bradley Raymond and his wife Mayada.

What an amazing night we had out under the stars watching the premiere of our film, "Tinker Bell and the Great Fairy Rescue"! Held at a park in Beverly Hills, Disney pulled out all the stops for this "Picnic In The Park" party and screening of the film. A HUGE screen displayed Tink in all of her magical glory. Guest included cast members, actor Michael Sheen, (Dr. Griffiths), Mae Whitman, (Tinker Bell), Raven-Symone, (Iridessa), Pamela Adlon, (Vidia) and Jeff Bennett, (Bobble). Tons of other celebs and their families were in attendance as well...former Laker turned actor Rick Fox even donned a pair of fairy wings for the entire night!

The film opens this weekend at The El Capitan Theater in Hollywood! If you get a chance see it on the big screen, it's stunning! Oh, we should add Rob was there, he just left the photo ops to Bob...he couldn't tear himself away from the free gourmet food!

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