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  79. The Cat appears again and plays a trick on the Queen, causing her to fall over. Quickly following him, she tumbles into the burrow - and enters the merry, topsy-turvy world of Wonderland! Fearing she is lost forever, she sits on a rock sobbing. For example, the cards are seen throughout Mickeyjunk Mountain in the original , Alice appears as a statue carrying a projector screen in and Alice, the Mad Hatter, the Cheshire Cat and the Queen of Hearts appear as unlockable characters in.
  81. Alice in Wonderland is also frequently featured in many parades and shows in the Disney Theme Parks, including , , , , The Move It! However, Disney left for Hollywood and used the film to show to potential distributors. The Queen orders the beheading of a trio of playing card gardeners who mistakenly planted white roses instead of red ones, and invites or rather forces Alice to play against her in a croquet match, in which live flamingos, card guards and hedgehogs are used as equipment. The Dungeon 02:18 23.
  83. Alice in Wonderland (1951) - Torrents - The Cat appears again and plays a trick on the Queen, causing her to fall over. Archived from on August 10, 2007.
  85. Synopsis Alice stumbles into the world of Wonderland. Will she get home? Not if the Queen of Hearts has her way. Disney version of Lewis Carroll's children's story. Alice becomes bored and her mind starts to wander. She sees a white rabbit who appears to be in a hurry. She chases it into its burrow and then a most bizarre series of adventures begins. There is about 40 animated Disney movies and my personal favourite will always be the mad world of Wonderland. I don't actually know why but to me this is what i always thought about as a child, a mad world where simply nothing made sense. It goes like dynamite at only seventy two minutes and in that they have an array of entertaining characters and fourteen entertaining songs. To me it is the genius of Disney creating an entertaining look at a child's world. I think it is because of the Jungle Book that this is not as popular as some of the Disney Classics but you can't help but smile when you watch the Queen of hearts and the Mad Hatter being their own creative self's in the wonder of this amazingly clever gem Reviewed by moonspinner55 9... From Lewis Carroll's story, and filled with knock-out colors pinks and blues and reds on inky blacks , this episodic tale would not have worked so well if the direction hadn't been so graceful, setting a light, jovial mood, and the songs so tongue-trippingly clever. Maybe it's because I've never read the original Lewis Carrol novels, or because some people take novel translations too seriously. The only other Alice movie I saw was the one aired on NBC in 1999, which also has its share of defense and offense. I liked that one only because it included a lot of what wasn't used here , but this Disney version has always been my favorite. But then again, many of the original crew who worked on this movie--even Walt Disney himself--hated this movie. I can see some of what got people ticked off, but if the characters in Alice in Wonderland were so unlikeable the major gripe of many viewers , how did Disney let it be so? Perhaps given the amount of time they put into making this film about 10 years, excluding the WWII Era , the Disney artists could only do so much before wearily going with one thing, and seeing what happens. This film is somewhat different from most Disney movies. Alice is the only true hero, two characters Alice's sister and Dinah barely make their mark in the story, and practically every character Alice meets in Wonderland are real psychos, whom by the end of the story, are all against her a million to one. But just about all of the characters even Alice herself were having mood swings. A few of those whom Alice encountered were doing such things as to entertain her, while others were either doing things to persecute her, get her in trouble, or just tick her off. I can see to an extent why Alice was the unhappy camper on some levels, because she didn't get the wonderland as she had envisioned, but instead one big nitemare. The whole idea was for Alice to find a way to escape from the boring real-world, then decide between staying with her fantasies, or going back to reality. After all, there's always an equal but opposite reaction for every action. There were numerous shots of Alice sedately giving attention to some of the characters' strange habits, rather than enjoying her trip, and others in where she was either mad or sad to be the main passive victim in the story. This all led up to a scene in where Alice begins her trek home, and leads a melancholy moment when she gets lost in the Tulgey Woods. Things didn't get much better for her when she met the Queen of Hearts... All of the characters were individually twisted, but most were strangely funny. The Tweedle brothers' story of the Walrus and the Carpenter was pretty weird as were the bros themselves , and the flowers seemed friendly at first, but when they realized that Alice wasn't a flower, they instantly turn on her notice how the Rose didn't do much to help her. The Mad Hatter and March Hare both had an unusual way of hosting a tea party the part where they destroy the White Rabbit's watch was really funny. The Cheshire Cat seemed to be a nuisance the first time, then a brief friend, and later became a troublemaker. The Queen of Hearts was big, fat, ugly, and screamed at almost anything out of line That must have really put a strain on Verna Felton's voice! There was also a ton of other strange characters taking unexplained hostility towards Alice, but I found most of those incidents to be the main vein of humor in this film. While many of these characters were unfriendly for the bulk of the film, nothing came to be as scary as did a couple scenes from Pinocchio. But based from this lengthy paragraph, this overload on story structure is probably another reason along with the twisted character developments as to why Alice in Wonderland came to be hated by critics, movie-goers, and the Disney crew upon its first release. Two of the more positive things about Alice in Wonderland are the artwork and the music. The background arts are pretty stylish thanks to Mary Blair , and many designs I didn't catch until just recently seeing the movie again. The character designs and animation are also beautiful. The designs on Alice the lone protagonist were an overall visual standout thanks to the then-teenage Kathryn Beaumont , and the designs of most of the Wonderland characters were great, too. These are the two elements that kept some Disney fans' attention to a strange movie, even to this day. Overall, Alice in Wonderland is a good movie, and I can see some of why a lot of people hate it. The opening scenes could've used more impact on the main idea, while the closing scenes shouldn't have been so abrupt. During her trip, Alice made several references to Dinah, although the cat's barely visible role was being Alice's best friend. The beginning of Alice's nitemare when she was chasing the White Rabbit doesn't get much of a response, but the interesting parts begin once she meets the Doorknob. The ending when the Queen of Hearts calls Alice to be killed, while every Wonderland character she met turned against her was what reminded those who hated this movie that it was all a bad dream. More thankfully for everyone, the movie had a happy ending as per usual for any Disney movie. But as I was saying earlier, there was a lot of what most people hated that I thought was funny, but I too felt that the story need a little more polishing. While I'm against the recent round of sequels Disney has been making, I'm a little curious of what they have planned for Alice in Wonderland. Again, despite the hatred this movie has gotten for more than 50 years, I still like it.
  86. Walt liked Blair's designs, and the script was re-written to focus on comedy, music, and the glad side of Carroll's books. At Alice's trial, the Mad Hatter, March Hare and Dormouse are called to the stand as witnesses, briefly celebrating the Queen's unbirthday and giving her a headpiece as a present, which turns into the Cat. InAlice, Mad Hatter, White Rabbit, and the Queen of Custodes make appearances. In the woods, Alice meets thewho advises her to visit the or the to find out where the Rabbit is. There is about 40 animated Disney movies and my personal favourite will always be the mad world of Wonderland. The animals and piece guards rig the game in favor of the Queen. While many of these characters were unfriendly for the bulk of the film, nothing came to be as scary as did a couple scenes from Pinocchio. Titles Over London 01:20 02.