Children's television programs
Fiction television programs
Shelley Duvall; Lee Remick; Alan Arkin; Art Carney; Edward James Olmos; Carrie Fisher; Mick Jagger; Melissa Gilbert; Lance Kerwin; Dick Shawn; Conchata Ferrell; H C Andersen; E1 Entertainment (Firm); Gaylord Production Co.; Platypus Productions.; Lion's Gate Films (Los Angeles, Calif.)
|注意：||Originally broadcast on television.|
|餘額：||The emperor's new clothes: Teleplay by Mark Curtiss & Rod Ash ; directed by Peter MedaÌk ; producers, Bridget Terry and Fredric S. Fuchs.
The nightingale: Teleplay by Joan Micklin Silver ; directed by Nan Passer ; producer, Shelley Duvall.
The snow queen: Teleplay by Maryedith Burrell ; directed by Peter MedaÌk ; producers, Bridget Terry and Frederic S. Fuchs.
Thumbelina: Teleplay by Maryedith Burrell ; directed by Michael Linday-Hogg ; producers, Bridget Terry and Frederic S. Fuchs.
|表演者：||The snow queen: Melissa Gilbert, Lance Kerwin, Lee Remick.
The emperor's new clothes: Alan Arkin, Art Carney, Dick Shawn, Georgia Brown.
Thumbelina: Conchata Ferrell, Carrie Fisher.
The nightingale: Mick Jagger.
|描述：||1 videodisc (211 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.|
|詳述：||DVD, aspect ratio 4:3; Dolby digital 5.1 surround and 2.0 Dolby digital.|
|内容：||The Emperor's new clothes --
The nightingale --
The Snow Queen --
|其他題名：||Faerie tale theatre.
Tales from Hans Christian Andersen
Faerie tale theatre.
|責任：||a presentation of Gaylord Production Company, a Platypus production in associaiton with Lion's Gate Films.|
The Emperor's new clothes: con-artists who fool a vain and ruthless Emperor into believing that they can create the most exquisite of clothes that are invisible to those who are foolish or unworthy ; The nightingale: The Emperor of Cathay lives in a porcelain palace with his courtiers and riches, but completely cut off from any real people. When he hears about a magical bird called the nightingale and it's exquisite song, he demands an audience with it ; The Snow Queen: Gerda and Kay enter the frozen land of the Snow Queen to learn some much-needed lessons about love and friendship ; Thumbelina: A lonely char-woman is given a magical barley seed, which sprouts into a lovely flower. When the flower opens, out pops.