Tuesday, December 8, 2020

A HEARTWARMING TRAILER FOR SKY'S CHRISTMAS MOVIE ROALD AND BEATRIX A TAIL OF THE CURIOUS MOUSE IS HERE WITH DAWN FRENCH AND HARRY TAYLER!

  ROALD AND BEATRIX  
1ST CHRISTMAS TRAILER IS IN
Beside the festive episode of Channel 5's hit series All Creatures Great And Small, another thing we can expect this Christmas on the small screens is Sky One's ROALD AND BEATRIX: THE TAIL OF THE CURIOUS MOUSE uplifting hour and a half long comedy drama starring Britain's most
The festive movie will air on Christmas Eve over at Sky
beloved female comedian Dawn French, which will be the key highlight of Sky Ones and Now TV's Christmas schedule. Sky has released the first trailer which shows the festive atmosphere and magic we will be able to enjoy on Christmas Eve.

  Roald & Beatrix: The Tail Of The Curious Mouse
 is inspired by the true story of when a six-year old Roald Dahl set off on a big adventure to meet his favourite author, Beatrix Potter in the 1920's. It’s a magical story of what can happen when you are brave
The feature length special is set in the 1920s!
enough to follow your dreams… Joining Dawn French will be a cast including Jessica Hynes, Rob Brydon, Alison Steadman, Nina Sosanya, Bill Bailey and Nick Mohammed, and introducing Harry Tayler as the young Roald Dahl. As you know Beatrix Potter is the
The festive special was directed by David Kerr
author of children's favourite Peter the Rabit, while Roald Dahl created a whole slate of stories which have made so many childhoods more enjoyable from Witches, Matilda, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory to Jack and the Giant Peach, Fantastic Mr Fox and The Big Friendly
Dawn French and Harry Tayler are leading the cast
Giant. It is also interesting that Dawn French will also do three ten minute Christmas episodes of her classic hit comedy The Vicar of Dibley, and you also know that a feature film about Roald Dahl is also in the works with Hugh Bonneville and Keley Hawes as his Hollywood star wife.

6 comments:

  1. Doesn't this look positively delightful!? I am glad we have something to look forward to this dreary holiday season. What a lovely ending to an otherwise horrid year.

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    1. I like that they did it old school visually as well, it is very nostalgic.

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  2. Oh how cute. My blog used to be filled with pictures of my rats and articles on how to take care of rodents back when I had them. I love little rodents.

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    1. They're ever so cute... not that I'd hold any of them in my hand....

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  3. I love this!! I watched the trailer twice to show my baby girl.

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GIVE SOME LOVE TO YOUR DEZZY :)