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The DVD also includes two bonus episodes of the CGI-animated ''[[Abby's Flying Fairy School]]'': "Sleeping Bloggy" and "The Cinderella Challenge."
 
The DVD also includes two bonus episodes of the CGI-animated ''[[Abby's Flying Fairy School]]'': "Sleeping Bloggy" and "The Cinderella Challenge."
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==Segments==
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*Abby casts a spell to see what's up first.
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*[[Episode 4212|The Prince and the Penguin]]
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*Abby makes another segment appear
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*Film: P for Princess
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*Abby looks at [[Lucky Lou|Looky Lou]] to see what's next
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*[[Episode 4157|Abby Learns to Pretend]]
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*Abby looks for Looky Lou to see a game.
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*[[Episode 4139|The Letter 'P' Game]]
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*Abby does a twisty spell.
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*Elmo and Natalie Portman play "The Princess and the Elephant"
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*Abby says goodbye
   
 
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Revision as of 15:36, August 20, 2010

Pisforprincess
Release Date August 2010
Produced by Warner Home Video
Catalogue no. SS00194
Format DVD
Discs 1
Region 1
ASIN

P Is for Princess is a Sesame Street video release focusing on fairy-in-training Abby Cadabby. The video includes the 2010 appearance by Paul Rudd as a Prince who tries to rescue Abby and Rosita, as well as Natalie Portman and Elmo in "The Princess and the Elephant". Also featured are the street scenes from episode 4157 and episode 4139. The video also includes introductions by Abby previously used in international productions, such as 3, 2, 1 ¡Vamos!.

The DVD also includes two bonus episodes of the CGI-animated Abby's Flying Fairy School: "Sleeping Bloggy" and "The Cinderella Challenge."

Segments

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