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The dancer produced this anthology of restored animated versions of fairy tales.
Tales include a child who explores outer space with her father, and a girl who receives a wish-granting flower. Voices include Kirsten Dunst, Kathleen Turner, Lacey Chabert and Jim Belushi.
Sergei Aksakov's "Beauty and the Beast" and Charles Perrault's "Cinderella." Voices include Amy Irving as Beauty, Tim Curry as the Beast, and Robert Loggia as the father. Sarah Jessica Parker narrates "Cinderella."
As snow falls, a capricious queen orders her people to bring her spring flowers. Voices include Amanda Plummer and Lolita Davidovich as the girl who succeeds.
Tales include an abandoned mother and son who encounter a magical swan; and a tsar who gets a golden rooster. Voices include Jessica Lange and Timothy Dalton.
An animated version of "The Nutcracker," the tale by E.T.A. Hoffman, accompanied by Tchaikovsky's music. Narrated by Shirley MacLaine.
Tales include one about a kindly woodsman whose wishes come true and one entitled "The House on Chicken Legs." Voices include Martin Sheen as Antonio and Bobcat Goldthwait as the chief minister.
Hans Christian Andersen's tale of the Snow Queen, who aims to steal a boy's heart. Voices include Kathleen Turner, Laura San Giacomo, Kirsten Dunst and Mickey Rooney.
The tale of the puppet that becomes a real boy. Voices include Joseph Mazzello as Pinnochio; Bill Murray as Basilio the Cat; and Mel Ferrer as Papa Carlo.
The tale of the princess who must break the spell that turned her brothers into swans. Voices include Danielle Brisebois as Eliza, JoBeth Williams as Queen Hildegarde and Cathy Moriarity as the Crow.
The adventures of a boy and his magic pony. Voices include Rob Lowe as Ivan, Hector Elizondo as the tsar, and Daphne Zuniga as the pony.
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