A wandering child from a faraway place comes upon a pilot who crashlanded in the Sahara.
Genre: Feature Film Family
Release Date: 6-APR-2004
Media Type: DVD
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A pilot crash-lands in the Sahara desert, and is surprised to meet a tiny prince with a sword... but who doesn't know the story of the beloved book by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry? The slim philosophical classic has delighted millions, and the 1974 musical of the book has its own charms. Scored by the estimable team of Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe and directed by Stanley Donen, this is a tuneful piece of whimsy that's better in moments than it is overall. Two guest appearances energize the second half: Gene Wilder as a lonely fox, and the superbly slinky Bob Fosse as a salacious snake (Fosse choreographed his own number, a welcome touch of Cabaret amidst the whimsy). Some of the book's slight observations don't translate well to the literalness of the screen, but that won't matter to kids, who should be hooked from the very first "Draw me a sheep." --Robert HortonFrom the Back Cover:
From Asteriod B-612...into our hearts. Antoine de Saint-Exupery's slender, beloved classic of innocence and discovery comes to the screen with its feet firmly on the Saharan sand, its eyes titled to the stars and its spirit brightly soaring to the songs of Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Lowe ("My Fair Lady," "Camelot"). "The score of 'The Little Prince' is a sheer delight," says Vincent Canby of "The New York Times." Delightful, too, is the magical storyline about a desert-stranded pilot (Richard Kiley) and a wandering child from a faraway place. Together, the two share encounters that amuse, charm and touch the heart. Have you ever acquired wisdom from a fox (Gene Wilder)? Cared for a rose that was special beyond all other roses? Visited a far-off, far-out king? Witnessed the wily dance of a snake (Bob Fosse)? The universe--no, life--is an enchanting place, even more so when it's shared with "The Little Prince."
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