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The most unusual appearance of a dolls’ house in a film ever – No 2

September 22nd, 2011

We recently featured an item on the most unusual appearance of a dolls’ house in a film and asked if you had any other suggestions. 

Lynn James certainly did, putting forward The Tales of Beatrix Potter, the famous 1971 film featuring the Royal Ballet.

Re-telling the famous books in a series of scenes featuring Beatrix Potter’s best loved characters,  such as Peter Rabbit and Jeremy Fisher, the film includes ‘The Tale of Two Bad Mice’ who enter a child’s dolls’ house.

You can see it on youtube by clicking through here but sadly we can’t embed this one in the blog for you.

They find a table laden with food, only to discover the items of food are miniature replicas and therefore inedible.

In frustration, the two mice proceed to behave very badly by trashing the table display.

Lynn James describes ‘The Tales of Beatrix Potter’ as one of her favourite films and if you are a lover of ballet and Beatrix Potter, then you should definitely take a look.

In the meantime, if you have any other suggestions for the most unusual appearance of a dolls’ house in a film, we would love to hear from you.

 

 

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