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The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe 

Four children travel to the magical land of Narnia where they must battle an evil queen with the direction of the lion, Aslan.
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Zuleika Robson ...
Liz Crowther ...
Jack Woolgar ...
 Professor 10 episodes, 1967
Paul Waller ...
Edward McMurray ...
Elizabeth Wallace ...
 The White Witch 7 episodes, 1967
George Claydon ...
 Ginaarbrik 7 episodes, 1967
Susan Field ...
 Mrs. Beaver 6 episodes, 1967
Jimmy Gardner ...
 Mr. Beaver 5 episodes, 1967
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Four children travel to the magical land of Narnia where they must battle an evil queen with the direction of the lion, Aslan.

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Only two episodes are known to have survived out of the ten produced. Please check your attic. See more »

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Referenced in Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Screaming Skull (1998) See more »

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Magical and haunts the memory.
22 May 2011 | by See all my reviews

This has been like a fragment of a dream in my adult memory...I've often doubted that it was ever aired on my t.v screen as I seem to be the only person that ever watched it on television in the 1960's! A truly magical and mesmerizing production viewed at a key point in my imaginations journey from facts to fictions and back again.Delighted to discover this testimonial to its existence! Vividly recall the magic of the humans dressed as animals and mythical creatures and the cold imperious majesty of the White Witch, in particular her exchanges with Aslan which I found dramatic chilling and, at one point, heartreaking. This series is my only childhood viewing experience of engaging in such intense emotions and reactions. I'm certain the power of this drama lies in its story and my age when first introduced to it but how I wish I could view it just once more!


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