The Wednesday Play Alice: Written for THE WEDNESDAY PLAY (1964-70), which the BBC retitled PLAY FOR TODAY in 1970, ALICE has the earliest airdate (10/13/65) of the Potter productions to survive on tape. After THE CONFIDENCE COURSE (1965), it's the second of the nine Potter plays seen on THE WEDNESDAY PLAY. In this look at Charles Lutwidge Dodgson (1832-1898), aka Lewis Carroll, Potter mixed biographical drama with a psychological profile to explore the roots of Dodgson's creativity. Dodgson tells stories to ten-year-old Alice Liddell, leading to recreations of scenes adapted from ALICE'S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND (1865), designed to resemble the original Sir John Tenniel illustrations.
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|Released:||October 13, 1965|
|Actors:||Billy Russell Colin Rix David Langton Deborah Watling Frank Shelley Gareth Forwood George Baker John Bailey John Moffatt John Saunders John Steiner Keith Campbell Maurice Hedley Norman Scace Rosalie Crutchley Tessa Wyatt Tony Anholt|
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