They start crying over Aurora's motionless body. the camera turns to the window, where the last rays of the setting sun shine in deep red. The next scene is Inside the castle. King Stefan and the Queen sit on their throne. Hubert approaches Stefan.)
Stefan, there's something important I have to tell you.
Not now, Hubert.
But it's about Phillip.
Phillip, oh yes, of course, Phillip, why, where is the boy?
That's what I'm telling to tell you.
Well, send for him immediately!
(A fanfare sounds outside.)
The sun has set, make ready to welcome your princess!
(The crowd before the castle cheers, and fireworks are
shot into the sky. The camera turns towards the tower.The next scene shows the fairies crying at a bed they have placed Aurora on, with a red rose in her hand. They go onto the balcony and see the cheering crowd.)
Thorax: This is terrible we were so close
Atticus: Yet we let Steeljaw have the advantage
Thundara: We need a plan
Poor King Stefan and the Queen.
They'll be heartbroken when they find out.
They're not going to.
We'll put them all to sleep, until Rose awakens. Come!
Tygrus: Atticus you and Thorax stay here
both: Got it
Tygrus: Come on Thundara lets kick some steeljaw butt
(They fly around the castle, putting everyone to sleep. Flora has
just put the spell on Hubert. While drifting off to sleep, he says ...)
Well, just been talking to Phillip. Seems he's fallen in love with some peasant girl.
Peasant girl? Yes, yes? The peasant girl, who is she? Where did he meet her?
Just some peasant girl he met.
Once upon a dream.
(finally falls asleep)
Once upon a dr... Rose! Prince Phillip!
(flies to Fauna and Merryweather)
Come on, we've got to get back to the cottage!
(The fairies hurriedly start towards back the cottage. The next scene shows Phillip on his horse, whistling 'once upon a dream' as he approaches the cottage. He knocks on the door.)
(Phillip gets in and is surprised by a couple of Maleficent's servants. He struggles, but ultimately is
completely tied. Maleficent and her raven watch the scene with deep satisfaction.)
(lighting his face with a candle)
Well, this is a pleasant surprise. I set my trap for a peasant, and lo! I catch a prince!
Away with him. But gently, my pets, gently, I have plans for our royal guest.
Steeljaw: I love it when a plan comes together
(The fairies are still on their way. As they arrive, they find
the door open. They enter and find Phillip's hat on the floor.)
Tygrus: We have to stop her
She's got Prince Phillip!
At the forbidden mountain.
But we can't, we can't go there!
We can, and we must.
(The fairies reach Maleficent's castle and cautiously approach it. They are surprised by some guards, but get in unnoticed. They find a window to a room where Maleficent is having a feast, with her 'pets' dancing around a huge fire.)
(talking to her raven)
What a pity prince Phillip can't be here to enjoy the celebration. Come, we must go to
the dungeon and cheer him up. Maleficent walks toward the dungeon. her raven and the
fairies follow her. Maleficent talks to Phillip, who sits chained to the wall, head down.)
Steeljaw: I'll stand guard
Oh come now, prince Phillip. Why so melancholy? A wondrous future lies
before you. You, the destined hero of a charming fairy tale come true.
(The fairies appear in the window of the dungeon.
Maleficent uses her magic stick to depict the following.)
Behold, King Stefan's castle, and in yonder topmost tower, dreaming of her true love, the princess Aurora. But see the gracious whim of fate. Why, 'tis the self same peasant maid, who won the heart of our noble prince but yesterday. She is indeed most wondrous fair. Gold of sunshine in her hair, lips that shame the red, red rose. In ageless sleep she finds repose. The years roll by, but a hundred years to a steadfast heart are 'bout a day. And now, the gates of the dungeon part, and the prince is free to go his way. Off he rides on his noble steed ...
(In Maleficent's imagery, the prince is shown to be old,
anything but what she's telling. Her voice drips with sarcasm.)
... a valiant figure, straight and tall, to wake his love
with love's first kiss, and prove that true love conquers all.
(Phillip struggles in his chains. Merryweather starts towards Maleficent in anger.)
Why, you mean ...
(Merryweather is pulled back by Flora. The raven has noticed Merryweather
speaking and turns towards the window, but doesn't see the hidden fairies.)
Come, my pet. Let us leave our noble prince with these happy thoughts.
(at the door)
A most gratifying day.
(Outside the dungeon, she locks the door.)
For the first time in sixteen years I shall sleep well.
(The fairies approach Phillip.)
Shh, no time to explain.
(Using their magic, they open Phillip's chains and the doorlock.)
Wait, prince Phillip. The road to true love may be buried by still many more dangers, which you alone will have to face. So arm thyself with this enchanted shield of virtue and this mighty sword of truth. For these weapons of righteousness will triumph over evil.
(Just outside the dungeon, the raven waits, which flies off screaming. The fairies and Phillip start upwards the stairs. The raven has called Maleficent's servants, which come streaming downstairs. Phillip fights some of them, but then they jump out a window. Some rocks are dropped towards Phillip.)
Thundara: You three get prince Phillip to the castle as me and Tygrus find Steeljaw
Phillip, watch out!
(Flora turns the rocks into soap-bubbles. A wall of arrows is shot but quickly turned into flying flowers. Merryweather frees Samson. Phillip rides off on Samson towards the gate, where hot oil is thrown. Flora turns it into a rainbow. The raven flies towards Maleficent's tower, trying to wake her. He is followed by Merryweather, who first fails to hit him with her magic. At last, she turns him into a stone raven just outside Maleficent's door. Maleficent appears in the door.)
End of part 5