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1- You almost have it, Kelly.
Here. Let me show you.
I’m never going to get all these steps right, Barbie.
If you keep practicing, you will.
But what if I freeze out there? In front of everybody?
You’ve just got to find the courage to try.
– Like Clara! – Clara? From the ballet?
Uh-huh. You see, Clara lost her parents when she was very young.
She, and her little brother Tommy were being raised by their Grandfather Drosselmayer.
He loved them, but he was very stern.
Candles! We need more candles!
Clara, please, no more daydreaming.
We have to finish decorating before our guests arrive.
22 minutes early. Such bad manners.
It’s beautiful, Miss!
Mother gave this to me the Christmas I saw my first ballet.
Oh dear! The mice have found their way into the Christmas boxes.
You haven’t seen Tommy, have you?
You might want to wash off that frosting before the mice take a bite out of you.
You can’t tell me what to do!
No. But I’m sure Grandfather will insist on a bath.
You’re at least a head taller.
I thought you weren’t coming this year!
And miss a chance to visit you and vex my uncle?
You’re already conspiring against me.
Don’t worry! I’ll wait until your party’s over before I perform any mischief.
– Where did you go this time? I want to hear all about it. – Well, let’s see.
I met an Emperor, I sailed on a junk,
I had my first rickshaw ride, and I hiked the Great Wall of China.
I’d appreciate it, Elizabeth, if you’d stop filling Clara’s head with your stories.
Just because you go traipsing all over the globe rather than stay put like a sensible person.
There’s a world full of wonders out there, Uncle, and Clara deserves to experience them.
Your guests are waiting.
Some people never change. But we can always hope.
Then he bowed and asked me to dance.
– Did you? – I couldn’t say no to the king!
You must have felt like a princess.
I wish I could’ve been there.
Maybe next time you can come with me.
Grandfather would never allow it.
Well, surely he won’t object to these.
And for you, my dear.
Wow! A Grenadier guard and a Bengal lancer! Thanks!
He’s wonderful! Thank you, Aunt Elizabeth!
– He sure is ugly. – Tommy!
Well on the outside, maybe. But inside beats the heart of a Prince.
Then I’ll use him to command my army!
Please don’t be too angry with Tommy.
I’m sure he didn’t mean to hurt you.
It’s time to wake her.
And spoil a beautiful dream? No, let her sleep.
Clara’s not a child anymore. She deserves the chance to follow her dreams.
A young girl needs to be responsible and practical.
Clara is responsible. You’ve raised her well, Uncle.
It’s time you trusted her to grow up and make her own choices.
It’s late. I’ll see you in the morning.
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