PG | | Adventure, Comedy, Fantasy
A young peasant, with no interest in adventure or fortune, is mistaken as the kingdom's only hope when a horrible monster threatens the countryside.
The monster costume was designed so that actor Peter Salmon had to wear it backwards, to make the Jabberwock's leg movements more bird-like.
It is the middle of the dark ages, ages darker than anyone had ever expected.
When the fanatics parade through the village, rolling a huge wooden wheel before them, a stack of camera equipment, partially covered with a blanket, is visible in the background.
"All characters portrayed in this film are entirely fictitious and bare no resemblance to anyone living or dead, except for one."
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