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The Storyteller ist eine Fernsehserie, in der reale Schauspieler mit Figuren aus Jim Henson’s Creature Shop agierten. Es war eine US-amerikanisch-britische Co-Produktion welche erstmals ausgestrahlt und von Jim Henson erschaffen und. The Storyteller ist eine Fernsehserie, in der reale Schauspieler mit Figuren aus Jim Henson's Creature Shop agierten. Es war eine US-amerikanisch-britische. The Storyteller ist eine gegründete Power-Metal-Band aus der mittelschwedischen Stadt Gävle. Inhaltsverzeichnis. 1 Geschichte; 2 Bandmitglieder. Entdecken Sie Jim Henson's The Storyteller - The Complete Collection und weitere TV-Serien auf DVD- & Blu-ray in unserem vielfältigen Angebot. Entdecken Sie Jim Henson's The Storyteller - The Complete Collection: Griechische Sagen und weitere TV-Serien auf DVD- & Blu-ray in unserem vielfältigen. Jim Henson's The Storyteller - The Complete Collection von Steve Barron DVD bei sumflower.eu bestellen. Gebraucht günstig kaufen & sparen. Gratis Versand. The Storyteller, Jeff Wall (Canadian, born ), Silver dye bleach transparency. Due to rights restrictions, this image cannot be enlarged, viewed at full screen.
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There is a widowed king, who has three daughters. Two are as ugly and as bad as can be, but the third nicknamed Sapsorrow is as kind and as beautiful as her sisters are not.
There is a ring belonging to the dead queen and a royal tradition that states that the girl whose finger fits the ring will become queen as decreed by law.
Neither of the bad sisters wish their father to marry for fear that his bride will stand to inherit his title and riches.
In an effort to secure the royal wealth for their own they each try on the ring, though the ring becomes stuck on one of the sisters' fingers and Sapsorrow is forced to remove the ring.
When Princess Sapsorrow slips on her dead mother's ring for safekeeping, she discovers, much to her own dismay, that the ring fits perfectly and the king against his own wishes must marry her, his own daughter, according to the law.
The princess attempts to stall the wedding by demanding three magnificent gowns: a gown as pale as the moon, a gown as sparkling as the stars, and a gown as golden as the sun.
Once her father provides these, on the night of the wedding she takes the gowns and goes into hiding, disguising herself as a creature of fur and feathers known as Straggletag.
She lives thus for years, working in the kitchen of a handsome but proud prince. On the night of the ball, she discards her disguise and attends three different balls in one of her bridal gowns and captures the heart of the prince, leaving him naught but a single slipper as she runs off into the night.
The prince scours the kingdom for the girl whose foot fits the slipper and agrees to marry Straggletag when hers is the foot it fits.
At this proclamation, her pets strip away her disguise for good and the two become happily wed. From an early German folk tale according to the creators of the series.
A heartless giant , who once terrorized the land before being captured and imprisoned, is befriended by the young Prince Leo who, one night, sets him free.
His older brothers go after the giant to capture him, but do not return, so Leo sets off to find the giant himself.
Once found, Leo decides to find the giant's heart, but this is no easy task - it sits in an egg in a duck in a well in a church in a lake in a mountain far away.
No easy task indeed. Even when Prince Leo finds the heart and brings it to the giant, one of the brothers grabs the heart and squeezes it enough to kill the giant, whose dead body becomes a hill.
The Storyteller tells his dog that when Prince Leo became king, he retold the story where he states that he gave the heart back to the giant and that the giant never bothered the kingdom again.
Based on an early German folk tale The True Bride. A troll had a daughter, but she left straight off. So the troll took another girl to replace her to wait on him hand and foot.
Her name is Anja and she has no father or mother, making the troll her only "family". Setting her impossible tasks, then beating her with his "contradiction stick" when she invariably fails, the troll makes sure to make her life miserable, until she one day makes a wish.
Her wish is heard by a wondrous white lion called the Thought Lion who completes her impossible tasks for her. When the troll asks her to build him a palace, the Lion builds it for her, and the troll falls to his death in a bottomless room.
Anja lives happily in the castle. When she finds her true love in a Prince , he disappears one day, so Anja sets out to find him. When she finally does, he turns out to be bewitched in the hands of the troll's evil daughter the Trollop.
The episode was directed by Peter Smith. The Storyteller: Greek Myths is a four episode mini-series, which had a different storyteller Michael Gambon , but the same dog again performed and voiced by Brian Henson.
This second series was first aired in , focused, as the title suggests, on Greek mythology , and took place in the Minotaur 's labyrinth which the new storyteller and his dog wander through looking for a way out.
Anthony Minghella was credited as the series' creator. An Athenian storyteller and his dog take shelter in the labyrinth of Knossos.
There he recounts the story of the Minotaur confined to the maze by King Minos ten centuries earlier. King Aegeus had left his sword under a huge rock and told Aithra that when their son Theseus would grow up, he should move the rock to learn who his father was.
Theseus grew up and became a brave young man. He managed to move the rock and took up his father's sword. His mother then told him the truth about his father's identity.
Theseus decided to go to Athens, either by sea, which was the safe way or by land, following a dangerous path with thieves and bandits all the way.
Young, brave and ambitious, Theseus decided to go to Athens by land. After King Aegeus recognized the sword that Theseus is carrying, he knocked the poisoned drink out of his hand.
Before the guards can arrest Medea, she teleports away while cursing Aegeus. Reclaiming his rightful place as the son of King Aegeus, Theseus insisted on traveling to Crete to kill the dreaded Minotaur.
He promised to his father Aegeus that he would put up a white sail on his journey back home if he was successful. Ariadne , Minos' daughter, fell in love with Theseus and helped him get out of the Labyrinth by giving him a ball of thread allowing him to retrace his path.
Theseus killed the Minotaur. Theseus took Ariadne with him but on the return trip abandoned her on the island of Naxos.
He also failed to fly white sails on his return journey, thus causing his father to throw himself into the Aegean sea which was since named after him.
The episode was directed by John Madden. Discovering Perseus's existence, King Acrisius of Argos banished Perseus and his mother to a wooden chest cast into the sea.
They managed to escape death at sea where they are found by Diktys. After coming of age, the young hero vowed to bring back the head of the Gorgon Medusa in order to stop the evil King Polydectes from marrying his mother.
He was given special weapons and armor by the gods to complete his task. He gained directions from Graeae and headed in the direction while encountering the Titan Atlas along the way.
Perseus used his weapons in order to slay Medusa. On the way back to King Polydectes, Perseus used Medusa's head to turn Atlas to stone where he became a mountain.
Upon Perseus' return, King Polydectes did not believe that Perseus returned with the true head of Medusa. Perseus proves it to him by using Medusa's head to turn him to stone.
Still, he could not escape the prophecy that he would one day kill his grandfather. Orpheus , son of Calliope , the muse goddess, fell in love with Eurydice the moment he set eyes on her.
His love for her was so strong that when she perished from a poisoned snake bite when being chased by the satyr Aristaeus, Orpheus traveled down to the Underworld to plead to Hades for her return.
To cross the River Styx, Orpheus used his music to charm Charon into taking him across. His music softened the heart of Hades' wife Persephone.
Hades decided to let them both return to the living world as long as Orpheus did not look back. As Orpheus was not certain that Eurydice was following him into the sunlight, he looked back, forgetting the condition, and lost her forever.
Thus, he refused to play any music for the villagers, instead, hitting his lyre's strings with a rock over and over. The village's wild women knew that they had to end the awful noise, and so they killed him.
The Storyteller tells the story of Daedalus and Icarus. Daedalus was a skillful architect , inventor , and master craftsman. Daedalus lived with his son Icarus.
Daedalus was embarrassed and frustrated by his clumsy son and took on his nephew Talos as an apprentice.
Talos displayed a skill and intellect that rivaled Daedalus's intellect. Daedalus was upset that Talos was everything his son was not and fearing that the boy would surpass his talent, murdered the boy by tossing him from the roof.
The vulture speaks to Daedalus, confronting him about his feelings towards Talos and pushing Daedalus to murder the boy.
Daedalus and Icarus fled to the island of Crete, where he found himself in the court of King Minos. There he constructed the Labyrinth to contain the monstrous Minotaur.
Minos cast Daedalus and Icarus into the Labyrinth. Daedalus managed to get out of the Labyrinth for after all, he had built it.
The vulture reappears calling Daedalus a murderer for killing Talos. Full of rage and guilt, Daedalus kills the vulture.
Daedalus decided that he and his son had to flee Crete and get away from Minos. However, Minos controlled the sea around Crete and there was no route of escape there.
Daedalus realized that the only way out was by air. To escape, Daedalus built wings for himself and Icarus fashioned with the vulture's feathers held together with beeswax.
Daedalus warned his son not to fly too close to the sun as it would melt his wings and not too close to the sea as the sea spray would dampen them and weigh him down.
They successfully flew from Crete, but Icarus soon flew too close to the sun. The wax holding the feathers melted and he fell to his death, drowning in the sea which the Icarian Sea was named after.
Daedalus lamented his dead son and blaming himself for the tragedy. Soon Daedalus found himself in the court of King Cocalus.
There he continued his craft and skills of inventing and building. But soon King Minos, in pursuit of Daedalus, came to the court.
Minos offered a reward to whoever could lead a thread through a spiral seashell. King Cocalus' daughters knew that Daedalus' talents could solve the puzzle, and gave the shell to him.
Daedalus tied the string to an ant and using honey as a reward made the ant to walk through the spiral chambers until it came out the other end. When Minos saw that someone had solved the puzzle, he demanded that King Cocalus surrender Daedalus.
Daedalus quickly persuaded King Minos to relax and take a bath before taking him away to be killed. King Minos agreed and was consequently murdered by Daedalus who used his knowledge of the plumbing system to fill Minos' bath with boiling water.
In the UK, all nine episodes of series 1 were made available in on a set of four VHS tapes released by Channel 4. They offer no extra features other than the original episodes in their original stereo format.
Two versions of the book have been published; the text is the same but the pictures differ. The text, written as a series of short stories by Anthony Minghella, is adapted slightly to fit better the medium of "short story".
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The man invents a story that begins like the previous one. He tells the children about a girl named Bertha who is so "horribly good" that she even has three medals for that.
One day the prince notices how good Bertha has been and decides to reward her. Bertha is allowed to take a walk in the prince's gardens, where normally no children are permitted.
She enjoys her walk until the wolf shows up. Bertha hides behind a myrtle bush and almost manages to escape, but her medals clicking against each other give her away and the wolf eats her at once.
The children love this story, even though in the beginning they thought it would be horrible, as it started like their aunt's story. They appreciate the realness of the story that lacked in the tale of their aunt.
The aunt, however, finds the story "most improper" to tell to young children. The man points out, that unlike her, he was at least capable of keeping the kids silent for ten minutes.
The Storyteller. In "The Storyteller," a large contrast is drawn between children and adults. The adults seem to have a responsibility to raise the children in a certain way, but they do not agree on what this role is or what the children should be learning.
I think the author sees the aunt as rather ineffective at entertaining the children. All the kids are fairly small and their aunt is unable to capture their interest.