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The Magic Flute 

Based on the opera by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, this story is about a young prince who was given a magical flute by the Queen of the night to help him find the princess and return her to the... See full summary »

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Cliff Ruby (teleplay), Elana Lesser (teleplay) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Michael York ... King Sarastro (voice)
Samantha Eggar ... Queen of the Night (voice)
Joely Fisher ... (voice)
Mark Hamill ... Prince Tamino (voice)
Jim Cummings ... Jack the Donkey / Grumble the Crow (voice)
Earl Boen ... Monostatos (voice)
Jerry Houser ... Papageno the Birdman (voice)
Russi Taylor ... Hasy (voice)
Katie Leigh ... Gwendolyn (voice)
Linda Gary Linda Gary ... Matilda (voice)
Bobbi Page ... Vocalist (voice)
Christina Saffran Christina Saffran ... Vocalist (voice)
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Storyline

Based on the opera by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, this story is about a young prince who was given a magical flute by the Queen of the night to help him find the princess and return her to the Queen. The prince is captured by the King, and both the prince and the young princess discover the truth of her past, and that the treachery of the Queen of the night has serious consequences for the entire kingdom.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

30 April 1994 (USA) See more »

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Mono

Color:

Color
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Papageno is not a human like he is in the original opera, but a bird man. See more »

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Version of The Magic Flute (1975) See more »

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An excellent children's move, my 2 and 4 year old loved it
28 November 2002 | by numinorSee all my reviews

The feature is true to the Mozart story and is very well done so as not to frighten small children. Surprisingly the film is still enjoyable for an adult. The animation is good and so are the actor's vocalizations. This is one of the better fairy tale movies for children.


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