12 Timeless Classics
First, "Alice Of Wonderland In Paris" (1966) is the in-name-only animated sequel to the Lewis Carroll favorite which follows young Alice as she travels to the City of Lights and meets such memorable characters from children's literature as Anatole the bicycle-riding mouse, French schoolgirl Madeline, and others. Stars the voices of Carl Reiner, Howard Morris. AKA: "Alice In A New Wonderland." Next, "The Borrowers" (1973) is a TV version of the famed book by Mary Norton, telling of a young boy who discovers his family's house is also inhabited by another brood: the mouse-sized Clocks. Featuring a lively score by Rod McKuen and delightful performances by Eddie Albert, Judith Anderson, and Dennis Larson. Three-disc set also includes "A Dog Of Flanders" (1959), "Misty," "The Over-The-Hill Gang," "The Over-The-Hill Gang Rides Again," "Alice's Adventures In Wonderland" (1972), "Sounder" (1972), "Seven Alone," "Mary White," "The New Adventures Of Heidi," and "Toby McTeague." 17 1/2 hrs. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital stereo.