There is also a wonderful preview in The New York Daily News.
The USA Today also has an interesting article. The author fails to understand that the role of Queen Aggravain was always the largest role in the show and is therefore a perfect role for Ms. Burnett at age 72.
ABC Media has a smorgasboard of information about the made for television movie. There are great photographs, detailed biographies, and long lead story on the movie.
This Playbill article tells casting information (released more than sixteen months ago) including information about Matthew Morrison who portrays Sir Harry in this production.
This is a Playbill article on Dennis O'Hare who stars in the movie as Prince Dauntless. His work on Broadway in Take Me Out, and in Sweet Charity earned him great acclaim.
This is a fascinating column quoting Mary Rodgers the day after the 1996 Broadway Revival closed after playing only six months at the Broadhurst Theater. Additionally, Mary Rodgers speaks of her lyricist, Marshall Barer following his death in September 1998.
Theater Mania provides us with a glimpse of the Museum of Radio and Television at 52nd Street and Fifth Avenue on Manhattan showing of the 1964 made for televsion Once Upon A Mattress.
The Movie Trailer is avaiable at The New York Times.