Fancasting British Literature: C. S. Lewis’ The Silver Chair

This is the sixth in a thread of posts in which I’ve been fancasting C. S. Lewis’ acclaimed The Chronicle’s of Narnia series and it is the direct sequel to The Voyage of the Dawn Treader

Eustace Scrubb (Finn Wolfhard) finds a friend in Jill Pole (Milly Bobby Brown) when they find each other hiding from bullies at Experiment House.
Scrubb and Pole are transported to Narnia by Aslan (Liam Neeson) and given a task: find and rescue Prince Rilian (Dan Stevens), the missing son of an elderly King Caspian X (Ben Kingsley).
Uniting with a a swamp-dwelling Marshwiggle called Puddleglum (Mark Williams), they must travel from Narnia into the real North and through the Giant-infested lands of Ettinsmoore.
They must rescue the lost prince by journeying into the earth itself and thus defeat whatever holds his mind captive, a sepernt AKA The Lady of the Green Kirtle (Ruth Negga) and the silver chair.

My Cast

Main Characters

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Creator: Ronald D. Moore (Outlander)

Writers: Anne Kenney & Julian Jones (Merlin)

Series Director: Anna Foerster

Supporting Characters

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Musical Score: Bear McCreary (Black Sails)

Cinematographer: Anne Foerster

No. Seasons: One


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No. Episodes: Eight

Distribution: BBC One (UK) & Starz (US)

Production: BBC Wales & Sony Pictures Televison

Additional Characters

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Country of Origin: United Kingdom

Running Time: 60 mins

Certificate: PG

Flashback Characters (Between the End of Voyage and Start of The Silver Chair)

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This is the penultimate story of Narnia, it’s more about perseverance than anything else; and it says that if we hold our resolve, good things will happen