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A made-for-television musical following the further adventures of Alice in Wonderland. This time, she's transported to a magical world through a large looking glass with the help of a living chess piece, the Red King. Many famous stars of the 20th century are featured, including Jimmy Durante and the Smothers Brothers. Written by
Born June 11, 1921, Tony Charmoli is an American dancer, theater and television choreographer, and a theater and television director. He began dancing on Broadway in such shows as "Make Mine Manhattan" but soon began choreographing for television with "Stop the Music" in 1949. Charmoli then choreographed dance sequences for the popular television music variety series "Your Hit Parade," winning his first Emmy Award in 1955. He went on to direct and choreograph for some of the biggest stars including Dinah Shore, Lily Tomlin, Danny Kaye, Julie Andrews, Cyd Charisse, Shirley MacLaine, Mitzi Gaynor, and others. On Broadway, Tony choreographed "Ankles Aweigh" (1955) and "Woman of the Year" (1981) with Lauren Bacall. During the 1970 decade, Charmoli focused his talents on directing for television, where he has directed such programs as the famous 1977 production of "The Nutcracker starring Mikhail Baryshnikov," which the television special was nominated for two Television EMMY's (neither nomination was for Charmoli, however). He directed and choreographed nearly all of Mitzi Gaynor's television specials in the 1970s as well as two of Shirley MacLaine's television network specials. He also worked many times with Sid and Marty Krofft, directing all seventeen series seasons of "Lidsville" and "The Bugaboos" respectively, as well as their special "Fol-de-Rol." He also directed the first two years of "Star Search" (1984-85), and several years of "Circus of the Stars," as well as "John Denver and the "Muppets: A Christmas Together" (1979), winning the Directors Guild Award. Charmoli also directed several Bob Hope specials, more than twenty televised beauty pageants, and the short-lived summer replacement series "The Keane Brothers Show" (1977). Charmoli is the recipient of three Emmy Awards, plus eight other Emmy nominations. See more »
A great movie if you're a lover of Musical and fantasy film. It's to spend a good time on a rainy Sunday afternoon, eating popcorn and drinking a cup of hot chocolate.
In first place: Excuse me for my English; I don't speak this language.
While it is true that this film isn't a true reflection and exact of thread of events that get passed in measure that one go reading Lewis Carrll's book (as this film is an adaptation in form Musical) the film itself shows us another different perspective of this Story; but without distorting the essence present in Carroll's original version.
The film not only added some scenes or situations that are not originally present in the book; but also added brand new characters as is the case of "Lester", the Royal Jester, that within the plot of the film is a character who serves to be as an Alicia's assistant that appearing only when she needs him, exactly so, like what he is: A buffoon, Lester becomes for Alicia, something like the Joker that she needs when she is in trouble, he is the Ace that she has hided up her sleeve. The musical numbers in the film are also very nice and funny. In my opinion I think that this film should see any children aged 7 to 12 years old, which is the stage of their lives when they are a mix of children and teenagers.
We remember that the Alicia is in the book "Through the Looking Glass" she is much less child-girl, that another Alicia what we read in the book of "Wonderland", when Lewis Carroll wrote "Through the Looking Glass" he knows that true Alice soon be a woman and she will make her life as a woman married to another man, and most likely, what not be him.-
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