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Lewis Carroll (novel)
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Release Date:
6 November 1966 (USA) See more »
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Won Primetime Emmy. Another 2 nominations See more »
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A MAGICAL VERSION OF THE TIMELESS CLASSIC-FOR CHILDREN OF ALL AGES! See more (8 total) »

Cast

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Directed by
Alan Handley 
 
Writing credits
Lewis Carroll (novel "Through the Looking Glass")

Produced by
Alan Handley .... co-producer
Bob Wynn .... co-producer
 
Original Music by
Moose Charlap 
Harper MacKay  (as Harper McKay)
Elsie Simmons 
 
Costume Design by
Bob Mackie 
 
Music Department
Moose Charlap .... songwriter
Don Costa .... music arranger
Harper MacKay .... conductor
Elsie Simmons .... lyricist
 
Other crew
Tony Charmoli .... choreographer
 

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72 min
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Trivia:
Lester the Jester does not appear in Lewis Carroll's original novel. He was intended by the writers of this TV version to be a direct imitation of the Scarecrow in "The Wizard of Oz", which, at the time that this "Alice" was telecast, was rapidly becoming the most popular theatrical film on television (the most famous version of that story, The Wizard of Oz (1939), was, at that time, telecast annually by CBS.)See more »
Movie Connections:
Version of Alice Through the Looking Glass (1998) (TV)See more »
Soundtrack:
Through the Looking GlassSee more »

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"Alice Through the Looking Glass" dubbed in Spanish (song: "Keep on the Grass").
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5 out of 5 people found the following review useful.
A MAGICAL VERSION OF THE TIMELESS CLASSIC-FOR CHILDREN OF ALL AGES!, 8 October 2002
Author: JTBWRITER from TEMPLE CITY, CA

I searched for years for a copy of this wonderful show, it is just as good as I remembered it! Judi Rolin is a magical Alice-she relates to the residences of Looking Glass Land as if they were everyday people and it really makes the story! (I really wish I knew what happened to her-she should have been a star!) Ricardo Montalban is funny but tender as the really brave White King, while the musical numbers with Agnes Moorhead and Nanette Fabray just "sing". A real treat is a rare American appearance of Roy Lester, whose chemistry with Judi Rolin in both a fantastic acrobatic number and the fight scenes with a hysterical Jack Palance really make this a memorable family show! To those who remember the great shows and films that used to air after the Thanksgiving Parades-this show will bring back such memories (especially Sabastian Cabot hosting "Alice" and singing a beautiful Thanksgiving Hymn)! If you can find a copy-share it with your loved ones!

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