Tinker Bell is a beloved character who has been a part of our collective imagination for over a century. First appearing as a fairy character in J.M. Barrie’s Peter Pan, Tinker Bell has since been adapted for film, television, and stage. “Tinker Bell” is now commonly used as a generic term for any fairy character.

These movies are popular with children and adults and offer a delightful escape into a world of magic and adventure.

This blog will look at all the “Tinker Bell” movies released. We’ll explore these charming films’ characters, stories, and behind-the-scenes secrets. Let’s take the journey into the magical world of Tinker Bell.

All The Tinker Bell Movies In Order Of The Release Date

Here is the list of all the films released to date

  • Tinker Bell (2008)
  • Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure (2009)
  • Tinker Bell and the Great Fairy Rescue (2010)
  • Tinker Bell and the Secret of Wings (2012)
  • Tinker Bell and the Pirate Fairy (2014)
  • Tinker Bell and the Legend of the NeverBeast (2015)

Tinker Bell (2008)

“Tinker Bell” is a 2008 American computer-animated fantasy film produced by DisneyToon Studios and the first installment in the Disney Fairies franchise. J. M. Barrie created the fairy character in his 1904 play Peter Pan.

The film follows Tinker Bell’s origin tale, during which she sorts out her role in Pixie Hollow and struggles to discover her “talent.”

Along the way, she meets many new tinker fairies, including Silvermist (Lucy Liu), a water fairy; Rosetta (Kristin Chenoweth), a garden fairy; Iridessa (Raven-Symoné), a light fairy; and Fawn (America Ferrera), an animal fairy.

Despite these challenges, Tinker Bell ultimately learns that the most important thing is to be true to oneself.

The first installment in the series is directed by Bradley Raymond and Written by Jeffrey M. Howard. With its enchanting story and lovable characters, “Tinker Bell” is sure to capture the hearts of viewers, young and old.

Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure (2009)

“Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure” is a 2009 American computer-animated direct-to-video film produced by DisneyToon Studios and released by Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment.

The Disney animated feature film is a sequel to 2008’s friendly fairy Tinker Bell and focuses on the character’s efforts to find a lost treasure to save Pixie Hollow.

The nature-talent fairies are transporting Autumn to the mainland. On the other hand, Tinker Bell is developing a new invention to help her friend Terence in Pixie Hollow.

Tinker Bell is called to meet with Queen Clarion, Fairy Mary, and Redleaf, the Minister of Autumn, after finishing her job.

The fairies transform a stone into the mystical Moonstone and explain its magic to Tinker Bell. A blue harvest moon is seen in Pixie Hollow. When this Moonstone is exposed to the light of this moon and passes through it, it generates blue pixie dust.

“Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure” is beautifully animated with rich colors and stunning visuals. The film’s characters are delightful, and the story is sure to please viewers of all ages.

The film was directed by Klay Hall, written by Evan Spiliotopoulos, and stars Mae Whitman, Jesse McCartney, Jeff Bennett, Lucy Liu, Raven-Symoné, and Angela Bartys. 

Tinker Bell and the Great Fairy Rescue (2010)


“Tinker Bell and The Great Fairy Rescue” is the third installment in the Disney Tinker Bell movies. Directed by Bradley Raymond, the film stars Mae Whitman, Pamela Adlon, Lauren Mote, Michael Sheen, and Lucy Liu.

The film’s narrative follows Tinker Bell and her pals as they go on a summer fairy camp on the mainland, where out of curiosity, Tink goes to the neighboring home of Dr. Griffiths and his daughter Lizzy for fun. Meanwhile, Dr. Griffiths and his daughter Lizzy pull up in their summer house at that moment.

Lizzy leaves a handcrafted fairy home, which Tink is interested in, and steps into it despite Vidia’s objections; irritated, Vidia slams the door shut, nearly jamming it. She returns and finds Tink and takes her home.

She tries to take Tink to her father, but he is too preoccupied, Lizzy decides to keep Tink a secret after seeing all the butterflies put up for study. This is the third of seven Tinker Bell movies in order of release date.

“Tinker Bell and The Great Fairy Rescue” is fun and exciting, with stunning visuals and lovable characters. You can not miss the movie if you have watched the other two released earlier.

Tinker Bell and the Secret of Wings (2012)

“Secret of the Wings,” originally titled “Tinker Bell and the Mysterious Winter Woods,” was released in 2012. The fourth Tinker Bell movie, directed by Peggy Holmes, the film tells the story of Tinker Bell, the lead character from the previous films. Tinker Bell accompanies Fawn to the Winter Woods, where she helps her friend prepare the animals for hibernation.

Fawn warns Tink that fairies from the summer months are forbidden from traveling into the woods because their wings might be damaged by the cold.

Tink, out of curiosity, disregards Fawn’s warnings and ventures across the bridge. Her wings begin to glitter as she does so. As Tink investigates further, Fawn yanks her back.

Tink studies sparkling wings, but the article is unfinished. Another fairy informs her that the book’s author, the Keeper, resides in the Winter Woods.

The story is full of adventure by Tinker and her friends; the film will take you to a new level of fun and excitement.

Tinker Bell and the Pirate Fairy (2014)

The fifth installment in the Tinker Bell franchise, “Tinker Bell and The Pirate Fairy,” was released in 2014. Directed by Peggy Holmes, the story follows a curious fairy Zarina who gets excited to learn more about the magic of pixie dust.

Out of curiosity, she experiments with the dust creating new variations and colorful dust. However, her experiment goes out of control while trying to do some adventure with the pink glow. Fairy Gary, Zarina’s supervisor, has forbidden her from utilizing pixie dust. In sadness, Zarina packs up her research and leaves town.

The film is filled with cute animation and an excellent storyline, perfect for viewers of all ages. The star cast includes Mae Whitman, Christina Hendricks, Tom Hiddleston, Lucy Liu, and Raven-Symoné.

“Tinker Bell and the Pirate Fairy” was released two years after the previous film, making it one of the most loved films in the series. If you want to watch a fun and entertaining movie that will take you on a great adventure, then this is the perfect one.

Tinker Bell and the Legend of the NeverBeast (2015)

The sixth Tinker bell movie in the series, “Tinker Bell and The Legend of The Neverbeast,” was released in 2015. Directed by Steve Loter, the film is about how a tiny fairy named Fawn became friends with a large, mysterious creature known as NeverBeast.

When a fawn is startled by an unfamiliar roar, she goes down to investigate and discovers a vast, unusual animal curled up in a cavern below the surface.

Fawn attempts to assist the creature, during which it becomes apparent that he is not a predator and is instead moving stones for construction purposes. She decides to stay and watch the beast, which she names Gruff, as it constructs some infrastructure around Pixie Hollow; however, she has no idea why it is doing so.

The film was directed by Steve Loter and is one of the most successful films in the Tinker Bell franchise.

You cannot miss this one if you have watched the rest of the films. Instead, the story is filled with great adventure, mystery, and suspense that will keep you engaged throughout the film.

Each of these Tinker bell films is a delightful adventure, filled with magic, friendship, and fun. With this most recent release, fans can now enjoy the entire series from start to finish.

Thank you for joining us on this journey through the world of Pixie Hollow, and we hope you’ll continue to follow Tinker Bell and her friends on their future adventures.

FAQs About Tinker Bell Movies

Are The Tinker Bell Movies Before Peter Pan?

Tinker Bell is a character created by J. M. Barrie in 1904 for his play Peter Pan and its novelization Peter and Wendy. She has appeared in the tinker bell film series and television adaptations of the Peter Pan tales.

How many Tinker Bell movies are there?

To date, six Tinker Bell movies have been released. These movies follow the adventures of Tinker Bell and her friends in Pixie Hollow.

The first film “Tinker Bell” was released in 2008, and the last “Legend of the Neverbeast,” was released in 2015

In what order should I watch Tinker Bell movies?

You can watch the Tinker Bell movies in any order. However, it is best to watch according to their release date.

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