Faerie Tale Theatre (1982–1987)
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Desperate to save her life, a miller's daughter makes a bargain with a strange character - After which, she must find a way to get out of this dangerous bargain.

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Desperate to save her life, a miller's daughter makes a bargain with a strange character - After which, she must find a way to get out of this dangerous bargain.

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The backdrops and setting were inspired by the works of famed artist N.C. Wyeth. See more »

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The King: I see in you the mark of intelligence.
Miller: Me, sir?
The King: You, Miller. I am surrounded by fools, you are the man that will give me good advice.
Miller: Me?
The King: Are you not intelligent?
Miller: [Shaking his head; then nodding it.] Uh yes sir, mmmhmm!
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Short, But Quality Production
12 March 2017 | by See all my reviews

In this installment of the Faerie Tale Theatre, there is a good balance between humor and drama that make it on of the better episodes of the series.

Guest stars include Ned Beatty, Shelley Duvall, & Herve "De plane, de plane" Villechaize.

A wonderful re-telling of the classic children's tale, this one is quite short (only about 37 minutes). The kiddies will love it though!


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