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|Gênero/Forma:||Children's television programs
Fiction television programs
|Tipo de Material:||Gravação de vídeo|
|Tipo de Documento:||Material visual|
|Todos os Autores / Contribuintes:||Shelley Duvall; Robin Williams; Teri Garr; René Auberjonois; Eric Idle; Ned Beatty; Hervé Villechaize; Bud Cort; Jeff Bridges; Gena Rowlands; Roddy McDowall; Mick Jagger; Barbara Hershey; Edward James Olmos; Mako; Beverly D'Angelo; Bernadette Peters; Christopher Reeve; George Dzundza; Carol Kane; Sally Kellerman; Richard Libertini; Ron Rifkin; Dennis Christopher; Elliott Gould; Jean Stapleton; Mark Blankfield; Katherine Helmond; Malcolm McDowell; Mary Steenburgen; Frances Bay; Diane Ladd; Darrell Larson; John Vernon; Rick Schroder; Joan Collins; Paul Dooley; Bridgette Andersen; Tatum O'Neal; Hoyt Axton; Alex Karras; Carole King; John Lithgow; Tom Conti; Liza Minnelli; Beatrice Straight; Pat McCormick; Tim Kazurinsky; Nancy Allen; Charlie Dell; James Coburn; Carl Reiner; Paul Reubens; James Belushi; Lainie Kazan; Michael Richards; Vincent Schiavelli; Avery Schreiber; Vito Scotti; Carrie Fisher; William Katt; Burgess Meredith; David Hemmings; Elizabeth McGovern; Vanessa Redgrave; Rex Smith; Michael Preston; Vincent Price; Klaus Kinski; Susan Sarandon; Stephen Elliott; Anjelica Huston; Nancy Lenehan; Stanley Wilson; Dana Hill; Christopher Lee; Peter MacNicol; David Warner; Jeff Corey; Jack Riley; Gary Springer; Frank Zappa; Billy Crystal; Jeff Goldblum; Valerie Perrine; Stephen Furst; Larry Hankin; Doris Roberts; Fred Willard; Melissa Gilbert; Lance Kerwin; Lee Remick; Lauren Hutton; Mary Jackson; Linda Manz; Tony Van Bridge; Chris Wiggins; Jennifer Beals; Matthew Broderick; Eve Arden; James Noble; Tim Thomerson; Edie McClurg; Joseph Maher; Gregory Hines; Ben Vereen; George Kirby; Brock Peters; Alfre Woodard; Alan Arkin; Art Carney; Dick Shawn; Georgia Brown; Barrie Ingham; Taylor Negron; Clive Revill; Timothy Dalton; Valerie Bertinelli; Robert Carradine; James Earl Jones; Leonard Nimoy; Rae Allen; Ray Sharkey; Ellen Barkin; Howard Hesseman; Howie Mandel; William Daniels; Harry Dean Stanton; Ed Begley, Jr.; Hunter Carson; Tim Conway; Roy Dotrice; Albert Hague; Christopher Penn; John Ryan; Talia Shire; Pam Dawber; Helen Mirren; Treat Williams; Karen Black; Brian Dennehy; Donna McKechnie; Laraine Newman; Lesley Ann Warren; Peter Weller; Gerald Ayres; Emile Ardolino; J David Wyles; Gilbert Cates; Joan Micklin Silver; Ivan Passer; Jeffrey Fiskin; Jeremy Paul Kagan; Mark Curtiss; Rod Ash; Lamont Johnson; Graeme Clifford; Patricia Resnick; James Frawley; Tony Bill; Peter Medak; Maryedith Burrell; Michael Lindsay-Hogg; Robert C Jones; Roger Vadim; Bruce Franklin Singer; Howard Storm; Nicholas Meyer; Mark Cullingham; Jules Feiffer; Robert Iscove; Tim Burton; David Felton; Francis Ford Coppola; Anne P Beatts; Gaylord Production Co.; Platypus Productions.; Lion's Gate Films (Los Angeles, Calif.); Mercury Pictures Inc.; Koch Entertainment (Firm)|
|Notas:||26 episodes of the award-winning television series Faerie tale theatre originally produced by Platypus Productions and Gaylord Productions from 1982-1985.
Special features: Disc 7. Vintage presentation reel; B-roll promo footage.
|Créditos:||Producers, Jonathan Taplin, Shelley Duvall, Bridget Terry, Frederic S. Fuchs ; production designer, Jefferson Eliot, Michael Erler ; costume designer, J. Allen Highfill, John Hay, Terence Tam Soon, Sam Kirkpatrick ; music director, Van Dyke Parks ; music by Lennie Niehaus, Stephen Barber, Frank Serafine, Robert Folk, Peter Davison, Rob Meurer, James Horner, Jimmy Webb, Tom Scott. David Newman, Michael Convertino, Carmine Coppola.|
|Elenco:||Host, Shelley Duvall ; Tale of the frog prince: Robin Williams, Teri Garr, Rene Auberjonois ; narrated by Eric Idle . Rumplestiltskin: Ned Beatty, Shelley Duvall, Herve Villechaize, Bud Cort. Rapunzel: Jeff Bridges, Shelley Duvall, Gena Rowlands ; narrated by Roddy McDowall. The Nightingale: Mick Jagger, Bud Cort, Barbara Hershey, Edward James Olmos, Mako. Sleeping Beauty: Beverly D'Angelo, Bernadette Peters, Christopher Reeve, Rene Auberjonois, George Dzundza, Carol Kane, Sally Kellerman, Richard Libertini, Ron Rifkin. Jack and the beanstalk: Dennis Christopher, Elliott Gould, Jean Stapleton, Mark Blankfield, Katherine Helmond. Little Red Riding Hood: Malcolm McDowell, Mary Steenburgen, Frances Bay, Diane Ladd, Darrell Larson, John Vernon. Hansel and Gretel: Ricky Schroder, Joan Collins, Paul Dooley, Bridgette Andersen.
Goldilocks and the three bears: Tatum O'Neal, Hoyt Axton, Alex Karras, Brandis Kemp, Carole King, John Lithgow, Donovan Scott. Princess and the pea: Tom Conti, Liza Minnelli, Beatrice Straight, Pat McCormick, Tim Kazurinsky, Nancy Allen, Charlie Dell, Diane Stilwell. Pinocchio: James Coburn, Carl Reiner, Paul Reubens, James Belushi, Lainie Kazan, Michael Richards, Vincent Schiavelli, Avery Schreiber, Vito Scotti. Thumbelina: Carrie Fisher, William Katt, Burgess Meredith ; narrated by David Hemmings. Snow White and the seven dwarves: Elizabeth McGovern, Vanessa Redgrave, Rex Smith, Michael Preston, Vincent Price. Beauty and the beast: Klaus Kinski, Susan Sarandon, Stephen Elliott, Angelica Huston, Nancy Lenehan, Stanley Wilson. The boy who left home: Dana Hill, Christopher Lee, Peter MacNicol, David Warner, Jeff Corey, Jack Riley, Gary Springer, Frank Zappa ; narrated by Vincent Price. Three little pigs: Billy Crystal, Jeff Goldblum, Valerie Perrine, Stephen Furst, Larry Hankin, Doris Roberts, Fred Willard.
Snow queen: Melissa Gilbert, Lance Kerwin, Lee Remick, Lauren Hutton, Mary Jackson, Linda Manz, Bobby Porter ; narrated by Shelley Duvall. Pied piper: Eric Idle, Tony Van Bridge, Keram Malicki-Sanchez, Peter Blais, Peter Boretski, James Edmond, Tom Harvey, Kenneth Wickes, Chris Wiggins. Cinderella: Jennifer Beals, Matthew Broderick, Jean Stapleton, Eve Arden, James Noble, Tim Thomerson, Jane Alden, Edie McClurg ; narrated by Joseph Maher. Puss in boots: Gregory Hines, Ben Vereen, George Kirby, Brock Peters, Alfre Woodard, Fuddle Bagley, Tony Cox, Daniel Frishman, Stan Haze, Darrow Igus, DavidMcCharen, Milton Murrill, Peter Risch, John Schuck. Emperor's new clothes: Alan Arkin, Art Carney, Dick Shawn, Georgia Brown, Barrie Ingham, Taylor Negron, Clive Revill ; narrated by Timothy Dalton. Aladdin: Valerie Bertinelli, Robert Carradine, James Earl Jones, Leonard Nimoy, Rae Allen, Joseph Maher, Ray Sharkey. Princess who never laughed: Ellen Barkin, Howard Hesseman, Howie Mandel, Barrie Ingham, Mary Moronov ; narrated by William Daniels. Rip Van Winkle: Harry Dean Stanton, Ed Begley, Jr., Mark Blankfield, Hunter Carson, Tim Conway, Roy Dotrice, Albert Hague, Christopher Penn, John P. Ryan, Glenn Withrow, Talia Shire.
Little Mermaid: Pam Dawber, Helen Mirren, Treat Williams, Karen Black, Brian Dennehy, Donna McKechnie, Laraine Newman. Dancing princesses: Lesley Ann Warren, Peter Weller, Roy Dotrice, Starr Andreeff, Laura Harrington, Sachi Parker, Viveca Parker, Lora Staley, Murphy Dunne, Max Wright, Ian Abercrombie, Zelda Rubinstein.
|Prêmios:||Winner: George Foster Peabody Broadcasting Award.|
|Descrição:||7 videodiscs (1387 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 collector's storybook (112 p. : col. ill. ; 19 cm.) + 1 3-in-1 card deck (9 x 7 x 2 cm.)|
|Detalhes:||DVD; region 1, NTSC; full screen presentation ; 5.1 Surround sound and 2.0 Dolby digital, digitally remastered.|
|Conteúdos:||Disc 1: The tale of the frog prince / teleplay and directed by Eric Idle (c1983) --
Rumplestiltskin / teleplay by Gerald Ayres ; directed by Emile Ardolino (c1982) --
Rapunzel / teleplay by J. David Wyles ; directed by Gilbert Cates (c1982) --
The Nightingale / teleplay by Joan Micklin Silver ; directed by Ivan Passer (c1983) (198 min.). Disc 2: Sleeping Beauty / teleplay by Jeffrey Fiskin ; directed by Jeremy Kagan (c1983) --
Jack and the beanstalk / teleplay by Mark Curtiss & Rod Ash ; directed by Lamont Johnson (c1982) --
Little Red Riding Hood / teleplay by J. David Wyles and Mark Curtiss & Rod Ash ; directed by Graeme Clifford (1983) --
Hansel and Gretel / teleplay by Patricia Resnick ; directed by James Frawley (c1982) (214 min.). Disc 3: Goldilocks and the three bears / teleplay by Mark Curtiss & Rod Ash ; directed by Gilbert Cates (c1983) --
Princess and the pea / teleplay by Mark Curtiss & Rod Ash ; directed by Tony Bill (c1983) --
Pinocchio / teleplay by Mark Curtiss & Rod Ash ; directed by Peter Medak (c1983) --
Thumbelina / teleplay by Maryedith Burrell ; directed by Michael Lindsay-Hogg (1983) (199 min.). Disc 4: Snow White and the seven dwarfs / teleplay by Robert C. Jones ; directed by Peter Medak (1983) --
Beauty and the beast / teleplay by Robert C. Jones ; directed by Roger Vadim (c1983) --
The boy who left home to find out about the shivers / teleplay by Bruce Franklin Singer ; directed by Graeme Clifford (c1983)--
The three little pigs / teleplay by Mark Curiss & Rod Ash ; directed by Howard Storm (c1983) (208 min.). Disc 5: The Snow Queen / teleplay by Maryedith Burrell ; directed by Peter Medák (c1983) --
The pied piper of Hamelin / teleplay by Nicholas Meyer ; directed by Nicholas Meyer (c1984) --
Cinderella / teleplay by Mark Curtiss & Rod Ash ; directed by Mark Cullingham (c1984) --
Puss in boots / teleplay by Jules Feiffer ; directed by Robert Iscove (c1984) (205 min.). Disc 6: The emperor's new clothes / teleplay by Mark Curtiss & Rod Ash ; directed by Peter Medák (c1984) --
Aladdin & his wonderful lamp / teleplay by Mark Curtiss & Rod Ash ; directed by Tim Burton (c1984) --
The princess who had never laughed / teleplay by David Felton ; directed by Mark Cullingham (c1984) --
Rip Van Winkle / teleplay by Mark Curtiss & Rod Ash ; directed by Francis Ford Coppola (c1985) (202 min.). Disc 7: The little mermaid / teleplay by Anne Beatts ; directed by Robert Iscove (c1985) --
The dancing princesses / teleplay by Maryedith Burrell ; directed by Peter Medák (c1984) --
Faerie tale theatre's greatest moments (161 min.).
|Outros Títulos:||Shelley Duvall's Faerie tale theatre|
|Responsabilidade:||a presentation of Gaylord Production Company ; a Platypus/Lion's Gate production ; executive producer, Shelley Duvall ; Mercury Pictures, Inc.|