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A 1992 animated movie that was released with the doll of the same name, courtesy of Mike Young Productions.

Poor P.J. is a sweet orphan girl who lives in Miss O'Malley's orphanage. Discouraged that everyone she gets close to is adopted, and that she hasn't been adopted herself, she wishes on a star for someone to love. Thanks to this wish, she is transformed into a Magical Girl, gives herself the last name "Sparkles" and soon finds herself in Twinkle Town. There she finds other children who wished for someone to love them, and with The Power of Love, she makes Twinkle Town live up to its name. She is soon summoned to help Peter, a lonely boy on Earth, leaving Twinkle Town open to the machinations of The Cloak and Betty, who prefer things drab and dreary. Will P.J. be able to undo the damage done to Twinkle Town while still helping Peter?

Jodi Benson of The Little Mermaid fame lends her voice to the protagonist, and a few other big stars lent their voices, such as Robby Benson.


Tropes related to the special:

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 The Cloak: Well then, everyone's so nasty and upset. Nerve-wracking, isn't it? It brings out a sickly green color in your cheeks.

Betty: Why, you old rotting rat head. Oh, you'll turn my head with your sweet talk, not to mention my stomach.

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 Betty: I think they've made her the mayor. Probably because she's got the horse.

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 Here comes Cloak and Betty

In their vehicle

Punching all the lights out

Stinking up the world! Yes!

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 "She's the one who started all this lovey-dovey 'you light up my life' stuff."

"We don't need your stinky badges."

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  • Swiss Army Tears: P.J. starts to die after she is hit with "Malice Mist" by the villains, since she now needs love to survive. Peter's tears, while declaring that he loves her, revive her.
  • Talking Animal: Blaze can talk after his transformation.
  • Unusual Euphemism: After seeing that his evil plot has failed, The Cloak cries out "Oh, spit!"
  • Weakened by the Light: Betty and The Cloak get bad indigestion and headaches (respectively) when exposed to the sun.
  • What Happened to the Mouse?: Mrs O'Malley.
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