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Alice in Wonderland (1951) was a Animation - Adventure Film directed by Hamilton Luske and Clyde Geronimi and produced by Walt Disney.

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Alice in Wonderland (1951)

By Kristen on Dec 22, 2012 From Journeys in Classic Film

It’s been awhile since I was late on a Journeys in the Disney Vault post, so I don’t feel so bad (still trying to get back into the swing of things post-surgery). ?After the commercial success of Cinderella, Disney found themselves suffering a crushing blow with Alice in Wonderland. ?I w... Read full article


Hollywood Haiku: Alice in Wonderland (1951)

By Brandie on May 11, 2011 From True Classics

I’m big. I’m small. Is that a worm with a hookah? … Mushrooms are bad, kids. This is an entry for the Best For Film Hollywood Haikus blogging competition. Enter now.... Read full article


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Quotes from

Alice: I'm sorry I interrupted your birthday party. Thank you.
March Hare: Birthday? My dear child, this is NOT a birthday party.
Mad Hatter: Of course not. This is an unbirthday party.


Caterpillar: By the way, I have a few more helpful hints. One side will make you grow taller...
Alice: One side of what?
Caterpillar: ...and the other side will make you grow shorter.
Alice: The other side of what?
Caterpillar: THE MUSHROOM, OF COURSE!


Alice: [turning down an offer for a cup of tea] I'm sorry, but I just haven't the time!
March Hare: The time! The time! Who's got the time?


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The English novelist Aldous Huxley worked with Walt Disney on early scripts for this project in late 1945. The original idea was for a cartoon version of Alice embedded in a flesh-and-blood episode from Lewis Carroll's life. Huxley's mother, Julia Arnold, was one of the little girls that Carroll used to enjoy photographing, and to whom he told the Alice stories. The project was close to Huxley's heart, but Disney found his work too intellectual, and it was not used. Huxley received no credit on the finished picture.
Every time the White Rabbit's watch is seen, it is always 12:25.
Color screen tests of Mary Pickford as Alice were made for a proposed live-action/animation version of the story.
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