The Magic Pudding - Adaptions

Adaptions

The Magic Pudding

The animated film adaption
Starring Geoffrey Rush
Hugo Weaving
Sam Neill
Jack Thompson
Toni Collette
John Cleese
Release date(s)
  • December 14, 2000
Country Australia
Language English
Box office A$1,054,893 (Australia)

An animated feature-length film adaption was released in 2000, with John Cleese voicing the title role, Hugo Weaving as Bill, Geoffrey Rush as Bunyip, and Sam Neill as Sam. It deviated heavily from Lindsay's book, was critically derided, and was not a financial success.

In 2010, Marian Street Theatre for Young People, based in Killara, NSW, presented an adaption of Lindsay's script. Adapted by Andrew James, the production was the first to portray most of the characters in Lindsay's story using actors, rather than puppetry.

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