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Alice Through the Looking-Glass


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(Brenda Bruce is a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company)
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland: 3.0 R4


Author: Lewis Carroll
Dramatised by/Director: James MacTaggart
Original Music: Herbert Chappell
Costumes: Mary Woods
Make-up: Toni Chapman
Designer: Eileen Diss
Producer: Rosemary Hill
The White Queen: Brenda Bruce
Humpty Dumpty: Freddie Jones
The White Knight: Geoffrey Bayldon
The Red Queen: Judy Parfitt
The White King: Richard Pearson
Alice: Sarah Sutton
Tiger Lily: June Watson
Rose: Vivienne Moore
Man in White Paper: Jeffrey Segal
Goat: Stanley Lebor
Tweedledum: Anthony Collin
Tweedledee: Raymond Mason
Walrus: Bruce Purchase
Carpenter: Stanley Lebor
Old Father: Jonathan Cecil
Beamish Boy: Richard Speight
Haigha: Stephen Moore
Hatta: Jonathan Cecil
Lion: Robin Wentworth
Unicorn: Nicholas Jones
Aged, Aged Man: Douglas Milvain
Creature: June Watson

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Alice Through the Looking-Glass

BBC Two England, 25 December 1973 21.15

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