Jack Thompson | The Poems of Lewis Carroll (Fine Poets Collection, Vol. 9)

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The Poems of Lewis Carroll (Fine Poets Collection, Vol. 9)

by Jack Thompson

The poems of Lewis Carroll, as performed by Australia's favourite actor, Jack Thompson.
Genre: Spoken Word: Poetry
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Alice and the White Knight
5:31 $1.99
2. The Walrus and The Carpenter
4:49 $1.99
3. You Are Old Father William
2:27 $1.99
4. Rules and Regulations
1:45 $1.99
5. Jabberwocky
3:17 $1.99
6. Alice Ponders Jabberwocky
0:35 $1.99
7. Tweedledum and Tweedledee
1:32 $1.99
8. The Lobster Quadrille
1:30 $1.99
9. The Hunting of the Snark
30:54 $1.99
10. Bonus Track! The Mouse's Tail
0:31 $1.99
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Album Notes
JACK THOMPSON is one of Australia’s most loved and respected actors. He has appeared in numerous Australian and American feature films including Wake In Fright, Sunday Too Far Away, Breaker Morant and The Man From Snowy River. Additional film credits include, The Sum Of Us, Midnight In The Garden of Good and Evil, Star Wars: Episode II, The Assassination of Richard Nixon, The Good German, December Boys and Baz Luhrmann’s Australia.

His many television credits include A Woman Called Golda with Ingrid Bergman, Shadow In The Sun opposite Stephanie Powers and A Woman Of Independent Means opposite Sally Field. He currently hosts the highly successful television series Finding Your Family on the Seven Network.

Jack is a Goodwill Ambassador for U.N.H.C.R, a founding member of the Council for the National Museum of Australia and a life member of The Stockman’s Hall of Fame. Jack Thompson was awarded an AM, “Member in the General Division of the Order of Australia”, for his services to the Australian film industry.

Born and bred in Manly, NSW, his father, John Thompson was a poet and broadcaster too. Jack went to the Northern Territory to work as a stockman when he was a teenager.

Jack is now busier than ever. He has a vibrant career as an internationally renowned actor, a pub in the Blue Mountains of New South Wales, and a charity foundation that provides funds for building projects by Indigenous Australians.

JACK THOMPSON: The Poems of Lewis Carroll is available from all good stores or for download or direct purchase from us at www.finepoets.com



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