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The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe to open in London
Part fairy-tale adventure, part Christian allegory, part classical mythology baptized by Christian imagination, The Chronicles of Narnia rank among the most beloved works of C. For children and parents who have enjoyed the Narnia stories, this WonderWorks series represents a unique opportunity to revisit these classic tales in a new way. Beautiful, rugged UK landscapes, splendid old castles and other shooting locations, and some fairly impressive sets help create a sense of authenticity. At times, in fact, the costumes and props are more reminiscent of stage productions than TV fare. Based on the first of the Narnia books, this film tells the story of how four London children staying in a country manor home during the Nazi air raids discover a mysterious wardrobe through whose doors one can step into another world. There they find a world of magic, talking beasts, and mythological creatures — but also a world gripped by perpetual winter, ruled by the cruel White Witch, but rightfully belonging to the great Lion Aslan. Beaver, extensive reliance on hand-drawn animation, and wobbly devices such as Edmund debating with a visualization of his own conscience.
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Four young war evacuees are transported to the magical land of Narnia, where they join the noble lion Aslan to overthrow the White Witch Tilda Swinton. When young Second World War evacuee Lucy Pevensie hides in an old wardrobe during a game of hide-and-seek, she finds herself transported to the magical land of Narnia, locked in eternal winter by the evil White Witch.
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It was the first series of The Chronicles of Narnia that ran from to In the magical land of Narnia , there is always winter but never Christmas due to the tyrannical rule of the White Witch. The Witch fears a prophecy which states that two sons of Adam and two daughters of Eve will be crowned kings and queens of Narnia, ending her life. When she learns that the four Pevensie children have arrived in Narnia, she will stop at nothing to prevent them from fulfilling this prophecy. However, the Great Lion Aslan is on the move to help the four children to save Narnia. Whilst exploring the house one day, Lucy who is the youngest discovers a mysterious wardrobe and on entering it, finds herself in the middle of a snowy wood with a lamp post. She encounters a faun who introduces himself as Mr.