Saturday, May 30, 2020

A MEETING OF TWO FAMOUS CHILDREN WRITERS ROALD DAHL AND BEATRIX POTTER IN SKY'S TAIL OF THE CURIOUS MOUSE FESTIVE MOVIE WITH DAWN FRENCH

   DAWN FRENCH TO LEAD
THE TAIL OF THE CURIOUS MOUSE
Dawn  French will play Beatrix Potter
We've enjoyed her theatrics this spring in Trouble With Maggie Cole series, but British comedian Dawn French has something planned for the holidays already. She will star in THE TAIL OF THE CURIOUS MOUSE a holiday movie scheduled for December at Sky One, inspired by the true story of when a young Roald Dahl met his hero, Beatrix Potter. This is the official plot of the heart warming Christmas drama:
   With Beatrix coming to the end of her career and Roald aged only six and having recently lost his father and sister, this meeting of two literary legends was to have an enormous impact on the lives of both writers!
 As you know Roald Dahl is the writer of Fantastic Mr. Fox, James And The Giant Peach, Charlie And The Chocolate Factory, Matilda and The Big Friendly Giant, while Beatrix Potter wrote the famous adventures of Peter Rabbit!

16 comments:

  1. I've heard of Roald Dahl but not the latter one. Saw Dawn French perform with Nicole Scherzinger, Gary Barlow and Tulisa.

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    1. Dawn French is always hilarious, and Nicole is always Schermazing.

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    2. It's unhealthy how much I adore Nicole.

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    3. She's the most underrated superstar in universe, possibly even galaxy.

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  2. I bet I'm going to love this one!

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  3. That sounds like it will be a good one.

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  4. This is a must see for me! One of my favorites was The Witches by Roald Dahl. I remember it really creeping me out as a child reading at night.

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    1. It is currently getting a new movie version.

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    1. You should watch Maggie Cole too, I think you'd like it.

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  6. Now this is a holiday movie that I can look forward to. I love Dawn French.

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    1. Hope corona did not ruin their production plans!

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  7. ooow Roald Dahl is one of my favorite writers. This one sounds promising

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