Princess Ida

Certainly politically incorrect now, this Gilbert and Sullivan work in which a willful princess denounces male-dominated society and establishes a woman's university in a castle from which all men are barred offers a rollicking "battle of the sexes," as the princess's would-be groom and his friends look for a way to sneak in. Nan Christie, Laurence Dale and Frank Gorshin star.

Year: 1982
Genre: Performing Arts, Gilbert and Sullivan
Country: UK, USA
Starring: Clive Revill, Alexander Oliver, Nan Christie, David Kernan, Donald Adams
Duration: 114 Minutes
Rating: G
Location in store: Performing Arts



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