TV Movie | Unrated | | Family, Fantasy, Musical
A made-for-television musical following the further adventures of Alice in Wonderland. This time, she's transported to a magical world through a large looking glass with the help of a ... See full summary »
Mercury Records released the LP album from the Sound Track of the television special "Alice Through The Looking Glass" - produced by Neely Plumb and Darel Rice. Side 1 featured the following musical material: "Through the Looking Glass," Chorus (1:34); "There Are Two Sides to Everything," Robert Coote, Nanette Fabray, Ricardo Montalban, Agnes Morehead, (3:27); "I Wasn't Meant to Be a Queen," Nanette Fabray (3:24); "Come Out, Come Out, Wherever You Are," Judi Rolin (2:01); "Jabberwock Song," Jack Palance (2:00); "Keep on the Grass," Roy Castle (3:12). Side 2 featured the following musical numbers: "Some Summer Day When You Look at the Heart of a Rose," Ricardo Montalbano (2:21); "The Backwards Alphabet," brothers Tom and Dick Smothers and Judi Rolin (2:09); "Who Are You?," Judi Rolin (3:03); " 'Twas Brillig," Jimmy Durante, Judi Rolin (2:17); "Alice is Coming to Tea," Nanette Fabray and Agnes Moorehead (2:44); "Alice Through the Looking Glass," Chorus (1:34). The "Alice Through The Looking Glass" LP vinyl TV show album had two re-issues because of the television show popularity.
While Alice is telling Lester how different things are, the jester moves into another shot and magically disappears. In the very next shot, however, he can be seen quickly leaving the stage on foot.
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