Alice in Wonderland
This made for T.V. version follows Alice in Looking Glass land, where she meets many Looking Glass creatures and attempts to avoid the Jabberwocky, a monster that appears due to her being afraid.
Last Episode01x02 Part Two - Through the Looking Glass Aired: Dec. 10, 1985
The second part opens with the Jabberwocky scaring Alice. But as Alice wishes it away, it disappears. Yet, she is informed by The Owl in a painting …
Series Fun Facts
- After filming had commenced, CBS and Irwin Allen decided to add Gillian Lynne to the production, as choreographer replacing Miriam Nelson. As the choreographer of the Andrew Lloyd Webber…
[show]After filming had commenced, CBS and Irwin Allen decided to add Gillian Lynne to the production, as choreographer replacing Miriam Nelson. As the choreographer of the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical "Cats," the addition of Gillian Lynn was considered a technical credit improving the productions' credentials. Cameo guest celebrities were expected to report for their day of filming at four a.m. to the MGM studio rehearsal hall. The choreographer greeted each performer and rehearsed a few dance moves, steps, twirls, slides, staging what he or she would perform for camera. The celebrity would then report to stage, meeting Irwin Allen, Harry Harris (Director), and Fred J. Koenekamp (Cinemaphotographer); rehearsing, walking through their routine, what they had learned that morning on the set. Afterwards, off to wardrobe for their costume, and to makeup, reporting back to stage to film their segment. Usually each cameo appearance was staged, rehearsed, and filmed the same day, finishing their guest spot.
- Goof (revealing mistake): When Alice first leans on the Caterpillar's mushroom, it bends to show it's a mattress.
- Goof (continuity error): When Alice grows tall in the hall of doors, the Rabbit's gloves are on the table, but this is before she sets them there.