Once Upon a Mattress


2h 2005

Brief Synopsis

The third installment of the classic Broadway musical based on the children's story "The Princess and the Pea." Carol Burnett played the role of Princess Winnifred in the first two productions, both of which aired on CBS, and in this version she will play the role of Queen Agravain, the overly prot

Film Details

Also Known As
Wonderful World of Disney
Release Date
2005
Location
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
2h

Synopsis

The third installment of the classic Broadway musical based on the children's story "The Princess and the Pea." Carol Burnett played the role of Princess Winnifred in the first two productions, both of which aired on CBS, and in this version she will play the role of Queen Agravain, the overly protective mother of Prince Dauntless the Drab, who devises what appears to be an impossible gauntlet of tests for the potential princess whom he will wed.

Crew

Marshall Barer

Music Lyrics

Marshall Barer

Source Material

Josh Beal

Assistant Editor

Hal Foxton Beckett

Music Editor

Jay Binder

Casting Director

Jack Bowden

Casting Director

Dave Bowe

Transportation Coordinator

Heike Brandstatter

Casting Director

Janet Brownell

Teleplay

Janet Brownell

Coproducer

Carol Burnett

Executive Producer

Dawn Leigh Climie

Costume Supervisor

Graham Coutts

Property Master

Ross Dempster

Art Director

Martin Erskine

Original Music

Dean Fuller

Source Material

Stephanie Gorin

Casting Director

Christopher Hargadon

Costume Designer

Tracy Hillman

Associate Producer

Larry Hochman

Original Music

S Lily Hui

Production Manager

Shirley Inget

Set Decorator

Michael Kosarin

Original Score

Michael Kosarin

Music Producer

Michael Kosarin

Music Conductor

John Peter Kousakis

Producer

David Krane

Music Arranger

Charmaine Lazaro

Post-Production Coordinator

Patrice Leung

Assistant Director

Bob Mackie

Costume Designer

Kathleen Marshall

Choreographer

Coreen Mayrs

Casting Director

Michael Mcgee

Sound Mixer

Robert Mclachlan

Director Of Photography

Terry Murray

Script Supervisor

Vince Pesce

Choreographer

Marc Platt

Executive Producer

Tracey Poirier

Assistant Director

Mary Rodgers

Source Material

Mary Rodgers

Music

Carol Schafer

Production Coordinator

Jeremy Stanbridge

Assistant Art Director

Laura Stanczyk

Casting Director

Michael Starobin

Original Music

Nancy Steyns

Hair Stylist

Georgia Stitt

Music Coordinator

Jay Thompson

Source Material

Danny Troob

Original Music

Danny Troob

Original Score

Martin Tudor

Executive Producer

Scott Vickrey

Editor

Yvonne Weber

Makeup Artist

Ken Welch

Song

Mitzie Welch

Song

John Willett

Production Designer

Film Details

Also Known As
Wonderful World of Disney
Release Date
2005
Location
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
2h

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Aired in United States December 18, 2005

Aired in United States December 20, 2005

Martin Tudor and Tudor Television picked up the rights and attached to produce after Storyline Productions principals Craig Zadan & Neil Meron dropped out of project.

Originally in development at Jaffe-Braunstein for CBS.

Aired as a "Wonderful World of Disney" presentation.

Began shooting September 14, 2004, and completed shooting October 21, 2004.