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Alice Through the Looking Glass (1998)

Director: John Henderson

Writer: Nick Vivian

From novel by: Lewis Carroll

Composer: Dominik Scherrer

Producers: Simon Johnson; Trevor Eve

Keywords: Juvenile/Fantasy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Kate Beckinsale
Actor
26-Jul-1973   Pearl Harbor
Steve Coogan
Actor
14-Oct-1965   I'm Alan Partridge
Ian Holm
Actor
12-Sep-1931   Time Bandits
Geoffrey Palmer
Actor
4-Jun-1927   Lionel Hardcastle on As Time Goes By
Siân Phillips
Actor
14-May-1934   I, Claudius
Ian Richardson
Actor
7-Apr-1934 9-Feb-2007 House of Cards
Marc Warren
Actor
20-Mar-1967   Danny Blue on Hustle
Penelope Wilton
Actor
3-Jun-1946   Ann on Ever Decreasing Circles
Greg Wise
Actor
15-May-1966   Sense and Sensibility

CAST

Kate Beckinsale   ...   Alice
Ian Holm   ...   White Knight
Penelope Wilton   ...   White Queen
Siān Phillips   ...   Red Queen
Geoffrey Palmer   ...   White King
Steve Coogan   ...   Gnat
Gary Olsen   ...   Tweedle-Dum
Greg Wise   ...   Red Knight
Desmond Barrit   ...   Humpty Dumpty
and
Ian Richardson   ...   Wasp
Charlotte Curley   ...   Little Alice
Louise J. Taylor   ...   Tiger Lily
Rebecca Palmer   ...   Rose
Paulette Williams   ...   Daisy 1
Tanya Luternauer   ...   Daisy 2
John Tordoff   ...   Railway Guard
Jasper Holmes   ...   Man in Paper Suit
Marc Warren   ...   Tweedle-Dee
Michael Medwin   ...   Red King
Brian Gilks   ...   Walrus
John Cashen   ...   Carpenter
Jonathan Bailey   ...   Lewis

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