A bored prince realizes he would like a wife. His mother searches through all the kingdoms far and wide for a "suitable" princess. In the meantime, a charming and witty young lady, who ... See full summary »

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Prince Richard
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Princess Alecia
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Queen Veronica / Woman in Museum
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The Fool / Museum Guard
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King Fredrico / Man in Museum
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Servant
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Princess Elizabeth
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Princess Rebecca
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Princess #1
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Princess #2 (as Mimi Seton)
Jane Alden ...
Agricultural Princess
David McCharen ...
Royal Messenger
Daniel Frishman ...
Shoemaker
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A bored prince realizes he would like a wife. His mother searches through all the kingdoms far and wide for a "suitable" princess. In the meantime, a charming and witty young lady, who claims to be a princess, shows up at the castle doorstep with a sprained ankle and is shown hospitality by the prince and his best friend the Fool. Written by atozcleanrita

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16 April 1984 (USA)  »

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Liza Minnelli was pregnant during the production. See more »

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Prince Richard: Why can't I find a woman who's... who's kind, and gentle and understanding?
Princess Alecia: And *fun*, Richard, and fun.
Prince Richard: And fun. Someone who's... who's... Well, just like you. Oh, I say.
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Version of The Princess and the Pea (1976) See more »

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Delightful
28 September 1999 | by (NYC) – See all my reviews

I finally obtained a copy of this extremely witty, wonderfully performed installment of Shelley Duvall's "Faerie Tale Theatre" series. It's great for kids and adults should enjoy it as well. Liza looks dynamite in the period costumes.


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