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The 10th Kingdom

417 min | 45 min (9 episodes) | 85 min (5 episodes) (original version)
Adventure | Comedy | Family | Fantasy | Mystery | Romance
IMDB rate:
Won Primetime Emmy.
Country: UK
Release Date: 2000-02-27
Filming Locations: New York City, New York, USA
The 10th Kingdom
Kimberly Williams-Paisley
Virginia Lewis
Scott Cohen
Wolf (9 episodes, 2000)
John Larroquette
Tony Lewis
Dianne Wiest
Evil Queen
Daniel Lapaine
Prince Wendell
Ed O'Neill
Relish the Troll King
Rutger Hauer
Dawnn Lewis
Blabberwort the Troll
Hugh O'Gorman
Burly the Troll
Jeremiah Birkett
Blue Bell the Troll
Robert Hardy
Chancellor Griswold
William Osborne
Lord Rupert
Edward Jewesbury
Old Retainer (6 episodes, 2000)
Warwick Davis
Did you know?
Through most of the miniseries, the Wolf (Scott Cohen) is clad in a wardrobe suspiciously similar to the pinstripe jacket outfit sported by the wolf in Tex Avery's famous "Red-Hot Riding Hood" cartoons.
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Although the series was filmed and set before the events of 9/11, the promotional artwork for the film used on Netflix was altered to edit out the Twin Towers from the original artwork.
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Wolf was in jail for 'Sheep Worrying'.
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When Tony has turned the trolls and Prince into gold, you can clearly see that Prince is made of another gold material than the trolls.
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When Virginia is trying to get the Troll King's magic shoes back from Wolf in the beanstalk forest, her sweater is considerably dirty, but in the next shot, it's almost as good as new.
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Acorn at the beginning of the movie has his scar on the left side of his face when you are looking at him, but then at the end of the movie, he has it on the right side.
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Virginia: I really do like you. I like you a lot. And, I never - I never wanna hurt you. I think I love you.
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Wolf: Doc, I met this terrific girl and I really, really, *really* like her. But, the thing is...
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Blabberwort: [Upon being freed of the gold] Ah! Rubber legs, rubber legs!
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How did the series originally air?
It originally aired in 5 parts. Here's how each part ended:Part 1 ended with the Queen's speech to the dog as Prince Wendell, standing in front of Snow White's stepmother's portrait that ends with the line "...and pity the fool who tries to stand up to me."Part 2 ended with the Hunter dragging Virginia by her hair into the secret door of the tree he lives in and it closing behind them.Part 3 ended just after the mirror (that's being sold) is discovered to be a magic mirror and the price was raised to 5,000. Virginia says "We'll never raise that" and the Hunter looks on...Part 4 ended with Virginia and Tony looking at the magic mirror she was given by Snow White and realizing the Queen is Virginia's mother. It cuts off right after they throw it in the water, and realize in order for her to have gotten there in the first place, that she must have the other traveling mirror.And Part 5 of course is the end of the movie.(answer by Iaaat)
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Photos from cast
Ann-Margret Arthur Cox Caroline Hayes Jeremy Swift