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Alice drinks the bottle's contents and starts shrinking until she becomes the right size, but the Doorknob reveals that he's locked.

Frustrated, Alice is told by the Doorknob that a cake marked with the words "EAT ME" will help her reach the key that's mysteriously appeared on the now giant glass table Mr.

Doorknob appeared the key on the table with his magic for an unknown purpose, making Alice feel very stress and upset why he do such a thing, and the box of cookies also has materialized out of nowhere.

This time when Alice starts eating the cake, she suddenly expands until her head and legs are cramped in the hallway.

Alice begins to weep hysterically that her massive tears flood the room, which splash like huge puddles. Alice suddenly shrinks and becomes so small that she fits inside the bottle.

She and the bottle both travel through the doorknob's keyhole mouth and out to the sea formed from Alice's tears.

A group of animals, led by a dodo, engage in a caucus race a race without a real ending or winner in order to get dry.

Alice spots the White Rabbit and follows him into a secluded glade in the middle of a thick forest. It is here that she meets Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum, two fat brothers who take particular delight in reciting poems and songs.

They perform a poem for Alice called "The Walrus and the Carpenter," which tells of the two titular characters luring some oysters to their lair and subsequently eating them all.

Alice sneaks away as they attempt to recite another poem for her, and she comes upon the White Rabbit's house, with its owner inside.

Before Alice has a chance to ask him why he is so frantically late, he berates her, thinking her to be his housemaid, Mary Ann, and orders her to fetch his gloves from his bedroom.

Inside, Alice decides to eat another cookie, resulting her into growing so large that she gets stuck inside the house, her arms and legs sticking out the windows and doors.

She tries to pull herself out but is too big. The White Rabbit pleas for the help of the Dodo to get her out, thinking her to be some sort of ferocious monster.

The Dodo summons a chimney sweep lizard named Bill to rip the house's chimney off. Bill's scampering down the chimney causes soot to rise and Alice to sneeze, shooting Bill up towards the sky.

The Dodo then attempts to burn the house down using some of the White Rabbit's broken furniture, much to his dismay.

Alice frantically looks for a solution to her dilemma and finds one in the form of a carrot in the White Rabbit's garden.

After eating, Alice shrinks down to three inches in size. The Rabbit runs off again, this time into a garden of flowers.

Because of Alice's size, the flowers are as tall as trees to her. Initially, they are eager to entertain her, but when she reveals that she is not a flower, they suspect that she may be a weed and throw her out in a panic.

Alice gets over her annoyance at their rudeness quickly when she sees a blue caterpillar blowing smoke rings in the air. Each ring takes the form of a letter or symbol that the Caterpillar is saying.

Despite her best efforts to ask him how to grow tall again, the Caterpillar continuously interrupts her, instructing her to recite various bizarre poems.

He grows angry at her displeasure of being the same height as him, and turns into a butterfly in a rage, though not before giving her cryptic advice about the mushroom she is sitting on.

Alice breaks off two pieces from either side of the mushroom. She takes a bite of the first piece which causes her to grow so tall that her head sticks out of the trees and alarms a nesting mother bird that thinks she is a serpent.

She then takes a bite of the second piece and shrinks back down to three inches high. With a small lick of the first piece, Alice finally grows back to her normal size and decides to put both mushroom pieces into her pockets.

Wandering through the woods, she meets the Cheshire Cat, an eerily grinning feline that can disappear and reappear at will. Alice tries her best to ask him where the White Rabbit has gone to, but her attempts are futile as he speaks vaguely and in riddles.

He finally points her in the direction of the March Hare's house. It is here that Alice sees a long tea table set up outside with the March Hare himself accompanied by a Mad Hatter and a Dormouse.

She finds out that they are celebrating their unbirthdays, which is a day of the year when it is not one's birthday. Alice is briefly included in the celebrations before they manically dash about the tea table, offering Alice tea but never actually giving her any.

When the White Rabbit shows up, the Hatter and Hare attempt to fix his pocket watch but end up destroying it in the process.

After they've literally thrown him out of the tea table, Alice tries to run after him but finds that he has disappeared again. Soon Alice gives up trying to track the White Rabbit down and decides to spend her time trying to get back home.

She finds herself more and more lost in a forest called Tulgey Wood, which is filled with bizarre creatures that either snap at Alice or pay no attention to her at all.

She breaks down crying and finds the Cheshire Cat again. He opens a door in a tree that leads to a seemingly neverending hedge maze, telling Alice that the Queen of Hearts could possibly help her.

She meets some giant playing cards who are painting white roses red since the Queen only prefers red and will behead them if she discovers their mistake.

Alice tries to help them, but the White Rabbit appears and heralds the arrival of the Queen, her significantly shorter husband, and her massive pack of cards army.

The Queen has a ferocious temper and is prone to having anyone beheaded at a moment's notice, to which she applies to the card painters who unsuccessfully painted the white roses.

Randomly switching between bipolar moods, she invites Alice to play a game of croquet with her, using flamingos as mallets, hedgehogs as balls, and card soldiers as goals.

The Queen actively cheats during the game and beheads anyone who dares stand in the way of her victory.

The Cheshire Cat appears and attaches the beak of the Queen's flamingo mallet to the bottom of her dress, resulting in her toppling over and revealing her underwear.

The Cat disappears in time to make it look like Alice was the prankster, but before the Queen can order her execution, the King suggests they have a trial.

The Dormouse, the March Hare, and the Mad Hatter all come forth as witnesses that add nothing whatsoever to the trial at hand. When the subject of unbirthdays arises, everyone in the courtroom celebrates the Queen's.

Thanks to some more mischief by the Cheshire Cat, pandemonium ensues. Alice suddenly remembers that the mushrooms were still in her pocket and shoves both pieces into her mouth, growing to gigantic proportions.

At this size, Alice scolds the Queen for her rash behavior but then starts shrinking back to her normal size all too soon.

The Queen orders for her guards to execute Alice, which results in a frantic chase through Wonderland. Various characters Alice met on her journey appear and inexplicably join the Queen and her guards in their pursuit.

Coming back to the Doorknob, Alice is told by him that he's still locked and that she's already on the other side. Looking through the keyhole, Alice sees herself asleep in the park.

At that point, Alice realizes that everything in Wonderland is all just a dream. She urgently bangs on the door as the mob draws closer until she gradually awakens to the sound of her sister's voice.

Like many children of the time, he was familiar with the Alice books and had read them as a school boy. In , when Disney was still a year old filmmaker trying to make a name for himself by working at the Laugh-O-Gram Studio in Kansas City, making the unsuccessful short cartoon series by the name of Newman Laugh-O-Grams.

The short featured a live-action girl Virginia Davis interacting in an animated world. Faced with business problems, however, the Laugh-O-Gram Studio went bankrupt in July , and the film was never released to the general public.

However, Disney left for Hollywood and used the film as a sort of pilot to show to potential distributors.

Margaret J. Studios later Walt Disney Productions. The series began in before being retired in However, these plans were eventually scrapped in favor of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs , mainly because Disney was put off by Paramount's live-action adaptation.

However, Disney did not completely abandon the idea of adapting Alice , and in made the Mickey Mouse cartoon Thru the Mirror.

In , after the enormous success of Snow White Walt Disney revived the idea of making an Alice feature and officially registered the title Alice in Wonderland with the Motion Picture Producers and Distributors of America and hired storyboard artist Al Perkins and art director David S.

Hall to develop the story and concept art for the film. A story reel was complete in , but Walt was not pleased as he felt that Hall's drawings resembled Tenniel's drawings too closely making them too difficult to animate and that the overall tone of Perkins' script was too grotesque and dark.

Realizing the amount of work needed for Alice in Wonderland , as well as the economic devastation of the World War II and the production demands of Pinocchio , Fantasia , and Bambi , Walt shelved production on Alice in Wonderland shortly after the screening.

In , shortly after the war ended, Disney once again revived Alice in Wonderland and assigned British author Aldous Huxley to re-write the script.

The Cat disappears in time to make it look like Alice was the prankster, but before the Queen can order her execution, the King suggests a trial.

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.

Chaos ensues when the Dormouse, frightened when Alice points out the Cat, runs around the courtroom. As the Queen orders Alice's execution, Alice eats the pieces of the Caterpillar's mushroom she saved and grows large again.

The King and Queen order her to leave the courthouse, but she refuses and insults the Queen. As she does so, she returns to her normal size, and the Queen orders her execution.

Alice flees, and the Queen, King, card guards and other characters give chase. When she reaches the small door she encountered at the beginning of the film, he shows her that she is actually already outside, asleep.

She yells at herself to wake up; she does thanks to her sister, and they return home for tea. Directing animators are: [6].

The short featured a live-action girl Virginia Davis interacting with an animated world. Faced with business problems, however, the Laugh-O-Gram Studio went bankrupt in July , and the film was never released to the general public.

However, Disney left for Hollywood and used the film to show to potential distributors. Margaret J. In , Disney considered making a feature-length animated-and-live-action version of Alice starring Mary Pickford.

In , after the enormous success of Snow White , Disney bought the film rights of Alice in Wonderland with Sir John Tenniel 's illustrations, [10] and officially registered the title with the Motion Picture Association of America.

He then hired storyboard artist Al Perkins and art director David S. Hall to develop the story and concept art for the film.

In fall , shortly after the war ended, Disney revived Alice in Wonderland and hired British author Aldous Huxley to re-write the script.

Huxley devised a story in which Lewis Carroll and Alice Liddell the inspiration for Alice were misunderstood and persecuted following the book's publication.

In Huxley's story, stage actress Ellen Terry was sympathetic to both Carroll and Liddell, and Queen Victoria served as the deus ex machina , validating Carroll due to her appreciation for the book.

Blair's paintings moved away from Tenniel's detailed illustrations by taking a modernist stance, using bold and unreal colors.

Walt liked Blair's designs, and the script was re-written to focus on comedy, music, and the whimsical side of Carroll's books. Around this time, Disney considered making a live-action-and-animated version of Alice in Wonderland similar to his short Alice Comedies that would star Ginger Rogers and would utilize the recently developed sodium vapor process.

Through various drafts of the script, many sequences that were present in Carroll's book drifted in and out of the story.

However, Disney insisted that the scenes themselves keep close to those in the novel since most of its humor is in the writing.

One omitted scene from the treatment of the film occurred outside the Duchess ' manor, where the Fish Footman is giving a message to the Frog Footman to take to the Duchess, saying that she is invited to play croquet with the Queen of Hearts.

Alice overhears this and sneaks into the kitchen of the manor, where she finds the Duchess' Cook maniacally cooking and the Duchess nursing her baby.

The cook is spraying pepper all over the room, causing the Duchess and Alice to sneeze and the baby to cry. After a quick conversation between Alice and the Duchess, the hot-tempered Cook starts throwing pots and pans at the noisy baby.

Alice rescues the baby, but as she leaves the house the baby turns into a pig and runs away. Another scene that was deleted from a later draft occurred in Tulgey Wood, where Alice encountered what appeared to be a sinister-looking Jabberwock hiding in the dark, before revealing himself as a comical-looking dragon-like beast with bells and factory whistles on his head.

A song, "Beware the Jabberwock", was also written. However, the scene was scrapped in favor of The Walrus and the Carpenter poem.

Although Disney liked the scene, he felt it was better if Alice learned her lesson by herself, hence the song "Very Good Advice".

Other characters, such as The Mock Turtle and the Gryphon were discarded for pacing reasons.

In an effort to retain some of Carroll's imaginative poems, Disney commissioned top songwriters to compose songs built around them for use in the film.

Over 30 potential songs were written, and many of them were included in the film—some for only a few seconds—the greatest number of songs of any Disney film.

In , Frank Churchill was assigned to compose songs, and they were accompanied by a story reel featuring artwork from David S.

Although none of his songs were used in the finished film, the melody for "Lobster Quadrille" was used for the song " Never Smile at a Crocodile " in Peter Pan.

However, the only song by the trio that made it into the film was "The Unbirthday Song". While he was composing songs in New York, Sammy Fain had heard that the Disney studios wanted him to compose songs for Alice in Wonderland.

He also suggested lyricist Bob Hilliard as his collaborator. The music for the former song was kept but the lyrics were changed, and it later became the title song for Peter Pan , "The Second Star to the Right".

The title song , composed by Sammy Fain, has become a jazz standard, [21] adapted by jazz pianist Dave Brubeck in and included on his Columbia album Dave Digs Disney.

The film soundtrack was first released on LP record on July 28, Alice in Wonderland aired as the second episode of the Walt Disney's Disneyland television series on ABC on November 3, , [25] in a severely edited version cut down to less than an hour.

Beginning in , the film was screened in several sold-out venues at college campuses, becoming the most rented film in some cities. Then, in , Disney gave Alice in Wonderland its first theatrical re-release.

The company even promoted it as a film in tune with the " psychedelic times ", using radio commercials featuring the song " White Rabbit " performed by Jefferson Airplane.

Disney sought to use the new medium of television to help advertise Alice in Wonderland. In March , he spoke to his brother Roy about launching a television program featuring the studio's animated shorts.

Roy agreed, and later that summer they spoke to the Coca-Cola Company about sponsoring an hour-long Christmas broadcast featuring Disney hosting several cartoons and a scene from the upcoming film.

A fully restored two-disc "Masterpiece Edition" was released on January 27, , including the full hour-long episode of the Disney television show with Kathryn Beaumont, Edgar Bergen , Charlie McCarthy and Mortimer Snerd, Bobby Driscoll and others that promoted the film, computer games, deleted scenes, songs and related materials, which was discontinued in January Disney re-released the film on Blu-ray and DVD on April 26, , to celebrate the film's 65th anniversary.

Especially should it be for the kids, who are not so demanding of fidelity as are their moms and dads. A few of the episodes are dandy, such as the mad tea party and the caucus race; the music is tuneful and sugary and the color is excellent.

However, it has not been able to add any real heart or warmth, ingredients missing from the two tomes and which have always been an integral part of the previous Disney feature cartoons.

Mae Tinee of the Chicago Tribune wrote that "While the Disney figures do resemble John Tenniel's famous sketches, they abound in energy but are utterly lacking in enchantment, and seem more closely related to Pluto , the clumsy pup, than the products of Carroll's imagination.

Youngsters probably will find it a likable cartoon, full of lively characters, with Alice's dream bedecked with just a touch of nightmare—those who cherish the old story as I have probably will be distinctly disappointed.

Much of it is familiar stuff; Carroll's garden of live flowers prompts Disney to revive the style of his Silly Symphonies. Yet there is plenty to delight youngsters, and there are flashes of cartooning ingenuity that should appeal to grownups.

Alice in Wonderland was met with great criticism from Carroll fans, as well as from British film and literary critics , who accused Disney of "Americanizing" a great work of English literature.

Here was a case of five directors each trying to top the other guy and make his sequence the biggest and craziest in the show. This had a self-canceling effect on the final product.

The consensus states, "A good introduction to Lewis Carroll's classic, Alice in Wonderland boasts some of the Disney canon's most surreal and twisted images.

Alice in Wonderland has been condensed into a one act stage version entitled, Alice in Wonderland, Jr. The stage version is solely meant for middle and high school productions and includes the majority of the film's songs and others including Song of the South ' s " Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah ", two new reprises of "I'm Late!

A live-action re-imagining, Alice in Wonderland , was released in , starring Mia Wasikowska as Alice. Costumed versions of Alice, The Mad Hatter, The White Rabbit, The Queen of Hearts, Tweedledum, and Tweedledee make regular appearances at the Disney theme parks and resorts, and other characters from the film including the Walrus and the March Hare have featured in the theme parks, although quite rarely.

More famously, all five Disneyland-style theme parks feature Mad Tea Party , a teacups ride based on Disney's adaptation of Alice in Wonderland.

Shake It! Celebrate It! Disneyland contains a dark ride based on the film in addition to the teacups, [47] and Disneyland Paris also contains a hedge maze called Alice's Curious Labyrinth , which takes its inspiration from the film.

In Disney's Villains' Revenge , the Queen of Hearts is one of the villains who tries to turn the ending to her story to where she finally cuts off Alice's head.

Mickey Mousecapade features various characters from the film. The Japanese version, in fact, is based very heavily on the film, with almost every reference in the game coming from the film.

Alice is also a major character in the overall plot of the first game due to her role as one of seven "Princesses of Heart".

The Mad Hatter and the March Hare appear in portrait form as well. All except the Doorknob also appear in Chain of Memories , albeit in the form of illusions made from the main character's memory.

In Disney Infinity , there are power discs based on Alice in Wonderland. Several characters of the movie make appearances throughout the Epic Mickey-games.

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Wandering off without her sister noticing, Alice lays down on a riverbank wishing that she had a world of her own.

Suddenly Alice sees a white rabbit wearing spectacles, a red waistcoat and carrying a large, golden pocket watch.

He frantically exclaims how late he is, which sparks Alice's curiosity and causes her to follow him down a rabbit hole.

As Alice crawls deep inside, the rabbit hole dips suddenly down, causing her to fall into it. Unable to do anything about the situation she was in, Alice slows down her fall.

Amazed at what just happened, her dress inflates and Alice continues to float down the rabbit hole wondering what would happen to her.

Without anything else to do, Alice decides to admire the decorations and knick-knacks adorning the walls of the rabbit hole.

She lands upside down with her dress deflating and follows the rabbit into a large hallway with a tiny door at the other end barely big enough for Alice's head.

The Doorknob tells her that drinking from a bottle marked "Drink me" will help her she is startled to find that the bottle and the table it is sitting on have appeared out of nowhere.

Alice drinks the bottle's contents and starts shrinking until she becomes the right size, but the Doorknob reveals that he's locked.

Frustrated, Alice is told by the Doorknob that a cake marked with the words "EAT ME" will help her reach the key that's mysteriously appeared on the now giant glass table Mr.

Doorknob appeared the key on the table with his magic for an unknown purpose, making Alice feel very stress and upset why he do such a thing, and the box of cookies also has materialized out of nowhere.

This time when Alice starts eating the cake, she suddenly expands until her head and legs are cramped in the hallway.

Alice begins to weep hysterically that her massive tears flood the room, which splash like huge puddles. Alice suddenly shrinks and becomes so small that she fits inside the bottle.

She and the bottle both travel through the doorknob's keyhole mouth and out to the sea formed from Alice's tears. A group of animals, led by a dodo, engage in a caucus race a race without a real ending or winner in order to get dry.

Alice spots the White Rabbit and follows him into a secluded glade in the middle of a thick forest.

It is here that she meets Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum, two fat brothers who take particular delight in reciting poems and songs. They perform a poem for Alice called "The Walrus and the Carpenter," which tells of the two titular characters luring some oysters to their lair and subsequently eating them all.

Alice sneaks away as they attempt to recite another poem for her, and she comes upon the White Rabbit's house, with its owner inside.

Before Alice has a chance to ask him why he is so frantically late, he berates her, thinking her to be his housemaid, Mary Ann, and orders her to fetch his gloves from his bedroom.

Inside, Alice decides to eat another cookie, resulting her into growing so large that she gets stuck inside the house, her arms and legs sticking out the windows and doors.

She tries to pull herself out but is too big. The White Rabbit pleas for the help of the Dodo to get her out, thinking her to be some sort of ferocious monster.

The Dodo summons a chimney sweep lizard named Bill to rip the house's chimney off. Bill's scampering down the chimney causes soot to rise and Alice to sneeze, shooting Bill up towards the sky.

The Dodo then attempts to burn the house down using some of the White Rabbit's broken furniture, much to his dismay.

Alice frantically looks for a solution to her dilemma and finds one in the form of a carrot in the White Rabbit's garden. After eating, Alice shrinks down to three inches in size.

The Rabbit runs off again, this time into a garden of flowers. Because of Alice's size, the flowers are as tall as trees to her.

Initially, they are eager to entertain her, but when she reveals that she is not a flower, they suspect that she may be a weed and throw her out in a panic.

Alice gets over her annoyance at their rudeness quickly when she sees a blue caterpillar blowing smoke rings in the air.

Each ring takes the form of a letter or symbol that the Caterpillar is saying. Despite her best efforts to ask him how to grow tall again, the Caterpillar continuously interrupts her, instructing her to recite various bizarre poems.

He grows angry at her displeasure of being the same height as him, and turns into a butterfly in a rage, though not before giving her cryptic advice about the mushroom she is sitting on.

Alice breaks off two pieces from either side of the mushroom. She takes a bite of the first piece which causes her to grow so tall that her head sticks out of the trees and alarms a nesting mother bird that thinks she is a serpent.

She then takes a bite of the second piece and shrinks back down to three inches high. With a small lick of the first piece, Alice finally grows back to her normal size and decides to put both mushroom pieces into her pockets.

Wandering through the woods, she meets the Cheshire Cat, an eerily grinning feline that can disappear and reappear at will.

Alice tries her best to ask him where the White Rabbit has gone to, but her attempts are futile as he speaks vaguely and in riddles.

He finally points her in the direction of the March Hare's house. It is here that Alice sees a long tea table set up outside with the March Hare himself accompanied by a Mad Hatter and a Dormouse.

She finds out that they are celebrating their unbirthdays, which is a day of the year when it is not one's birthday. Alice is briefly included in the celebrations before they manically dash about the tea table, offering Alice tea but never actually giving her any.

When the White Rabbit shows up, the Hatter and Hare attempt to fix his pocket watch but end up destroying it in the process. After they've literally thrown him out of the tea table, Alice tries to run after him but finds that he has disappeared again.

Soon Alice gives up trying to track the White Rabbit down and decides to spend her time trying to get back home. She finds herself more and more lost in a forest called Tulgey Wood, which is filled with bizarre creatures that either snap at Alice or pay no attention to her at all.

She breaks down crying and finds the Cheshire Cat again. He opens a door in a tree that leads to a seemingly neverending hedge maze, telling Alice that the Queen of Hearts could possibly help her.

She meets some giant playing cards who are painting white roses red since the Queen only prefers red and will behead them if she discovers their mistake.

Alice tries to help them, but the White Rabbit appears and heralds the arrival of the Queen, her significantly shorter husband, and her massive pack of cards army.

The Queen has a ferocious temper and is prone to having anyone beheaded at a moment's notice, to which she applies to the card painters who unsuccessfully painted the white roses.

Randomly switching between bipolar moods, she invites Alice to play a game of croquet with her, using flamingos as mallets, hedgehogs as balls, and card soldiers as goals.

The Queen actively cheats during the game and beheads anyone who dares stand in the way of her victory.

The Cheshire Cat appears and attaches the beak of the Queen's flamingo mallet to the bottom of her dress, resulting in her toppling over and revealing her underwear.

The Cat disappears in time to make it look like Alice was the prankster, but before the Queen can order her execution, the King suggests they have a trial.

The Dormouse, the March Hare, and the Mad Hatter all come forth as witnesses that add nothing whatsoever to the trial at hand.

When the subject of unbirthdays arises, everyone in the courtroom celebrates the Queen's. Thanks to some more mischief by the Cheshire Cat, pandemonium ensues.

Alice suddenly remembers that the mushrooms were still in her pocket and shoves both pieces into her mouth, growing to gigantic proportions.

At this size, Alice scolds the Queen for her rash behavior but then starts shrinking back to her normal size all too soon.

The Queen orders for her guards to execute Alice, which results in a frantic chase through Wonderland. Various characters Alice met on her journey appear and inexplicably join the Queen and her guards in their pursuit.

Coming back to the Doorknob, Alice is told by him that he's still locked and that she's already on the other side.

Looking through the keyhole, Alice sees herself asleep in the park. At that point, Alice realizes that everything in Wonderland is all just a dream.

She urgently bangs on the door as the mob draws closer until she gradually awakens to the sound of her sister's voice.

Like many children of the time, he was familiar with the Alice books and had read them as a school boy.

In , when Disney was still a year old filmmaker trying to make a name for himself by working at the Laugh-O-Gram Studio in Kansas City, making the unsuccessful short cartoon series by the name of Newman Laugh-O-Grams.

The short featured a live-action girl Virginia Davis interacting in an animated world. Faced with business problems, however, the Laugh-O-Gram Studio went bankrupt in July , and the film was never released to the general public.

However, Disney left for Hollywood and used the film as a sort of pilot to show to potential distributors.

Margaret J. She does so and returns to her original height, and continues following the Rabbit. She encounters both, along with the Dormouse , at the Hare's house having a mad tea party and celebrating their " unbirthdays ".

They celebrate hers too, but she becomes frustrated by interruptions whenever she tries to speak. As she prepares to leave, the Rabbit appears, continuing to exclaim that he is late; the Hatter examines his pocket watch and says it is "two days slow", and attempts to "fix" it by filling it with food and tea but ends up having to destroy it after it goes "mad".

The Rabbit laments that his watch was an "unbirthday present", and the Hatter and Hare sing "The Unbirthday Song" to him before throwing him back into the woods.

Fed up with the nonsense, Alice decides to go home, but her surroundings have completely changed and she gets lost. Fearing she is lost forever, she sits on a rock sobbing.

The Cheshire Cat reappears and advises Alice to ask the Queen of Hearts for directions home, showing her a "shortcut" to the King and tyrannical Queen's castle.

The Queen orders the beheading of a trio of playing card gardeners who mistakenly planted white roses instead of red ones but paint them to make them look red , and forces Alice to play against her in a croquet match, in which live flamingos, card guards, and hedgehogs are used as equipment.

The equipment rig the game in favor of the Queen. The Cat appears again and plays a trick on the Queen, causing her to fall over.

The Cat disappears in time to make it look like Alice was the prankster, but before the Queen can order her execution, the King suggests a trial.

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.

Chaos ensues when the Dormouse, frightened when Alice points out the Cat, runs around the courtroom.

As the Queen orders Alice's execution, Alice eats the pieces of the Caterpillar's mushroom she saved and grows large again.

The King and Queen order her to leave the courthouse, but she refuses and insults the Queen. As she does so, she returns to her normal size, and the Queen orders her execution.

Alice flees, and the Queen, King, card guards and other characters give chase. When she reaches the small door she encountered at the beginning of the film, he shows her that she is actually already outside, asleep.

She yells at herself to wake up; she does thanks to her sister, and they return home for tea. Directing animators are: [6].

The short featured a live-action girl Virginia Davis interacting with an animated world. Faced with business problems, however, the Laugh-O-Gram Studio went bankrupt in July , and the film was never released to the general public.

However, Disney left for Hollywood and used the film to show to potential distributors. Margaret J. In , Disney considered making a feature-length animated-and-live-action version of Alice starring Mary Pickford.

In , after the enormous success of Snow White , Disney bought the film rights of Alice in Wonderland with Sir John Tenniel 's illustrations, [10] and officially registered the title with the Motion Picture Association of America.

He then hired storyboard artist Al Perkins and art director David S. Hall to develop the story and concept art for the film.

In fall , shortly after the war ended, Disney revived Alice in Wonderland and hired British author Aldous Huxley to re-write the script.

Huxley devised a story in which Lewis Carroll and Alice Liddell the inspiration for Alice were misunderstood and persecuted following the book's publication.

In Huxley's story, stage actress Ellen Terry was sympathetic to both Carroll and Liddell, and Queen Victoria served as the deus ex machina , validating Carroll due to her appreciation for the book.

Blair's paintings moved away from Tenniel's detailed illustrations by taking a modernist stance, using bold and unreal colors. Walt liked Blair's designs, and the script was re-written to focus on comedy, music, and the whimsical side of Carroll's books.

Around this time, Disney considered making a live-action-and-animated version of Alice in Wonderland similar to his short Alice Comedies that would star Ginger Rogers and would utilize the recently developed sodium vapor process.

Through various drafts of the script, many sequences that were present in Carroll's book drifted in and out of the story.

However, Disney insisted that the scenes themselves keep close to those in the novel since most of its humor is in the writing. One omitted scene from the treatment of the film occurred outside the Duchess ' manor, where the Fish Footman is giving a message to the Frog Footman to take to the Duchess, saying that she is invited to play croquet with the Queen of Hearts.

Alice overhears this and sneaks into the kitchen of the manor, where she finds the Duchess' Cook maniacally cooking and the Duchess nursing her baby.

The cook is spraying pepper all over the room, causing the Duchess and Alice to sneeze and the baby to cry.

After a quick conversation between Alice and the Duchess, the hot-tempered Cook starts throwing pots and pans at the noisy baby.

Alice rescues the baby, but as she leaves the house the baby turns into a pig and runs away. Another scene that was deleted from a later draft occurred in Tulgey Wood, where Alice encountered what appeared to be a sinister-looking Jabberwock hiding in the dark, before revealing himself as a comical-looking dragon-like beast with bells and factory whistles on his head.

A song, "Beware the Jabberwock", was also written. However, the scene was scrapped in favor of The Walrus and the Carpenter poem.

Although Disney liked the scene, he felt it was better if Alice learned her lesson by herself, hence the song "Very Good Advice".

Other characters, such as The Mock Turtle and the Gryphon were discarded for pacing reasons. In an effort to retain some of Carroll's imaginative poems, Disney commissioned top songwriters to compose songs built around them for use in the film.

Over 30 potential songs were written, and many of them were included in the film—some for only a few seconds—the greatest number of songs of any Disney film.

In , Frank Churchill was assigned to compose songs, and they were accompanied by a story reel featuring artwork from David S.

Although none of his songs were used in the finished film, the melody for "Lobster Quadrille" was used for the song " Never Smile at a Crocodile " in Peter Pan.

However, the only song by the trio that made it into the film was "The Unbirthday Song". While he was composing songs in New York, Sammy Fain had heard that the Disney studios wanted him to compose songs for Alice in Wonderland.

He also suggested lyricist Bob Hilliard as his collaborator. The music for the former song was kept but the lyrics were changed, and it later became the title song for Peter Pan , "The Second Star to the Right".

The title song , composed by Sammy Fain, has become a jazz standard, [21] adapted by jazz pianist Dave Brubeck in and included on his Columbia album Dave Digs Disney.

The film soundtrack was first released on LP record on July 28, Alice in Wonderland aired as the second episode of the Walt Disney's Disneyland television series on ABC on November 3, , [25] in a severely edited version cut down to less than an hour.

Beginning in , the film was screened in several sold-out venues at college campuses, becoming the most rented film in some cities.

Then, in , Disney gave Alice in Wonderland its first theatrical re-release. The company even promoted it as a film in tune with the " psychedelic times ", using radio commercials featuring the song " White Rabbit " performed by Jefferson Airplane.

Disney sought to use the new medium of television to help advertise Alice in Wonderland. In March , he spoke to his brother Roy about launching a television program featuring the studio's animated shorts.

Roy agreed, and later that summer they spoke to the Coca-Cola Company about sponsoring an hour-long Christmas broadcast featuring Disney hosting several cartoons and a scene from the upcoming film.

A fully restored two-disc "Masterpiece Edition" was released on January 27, , including the full hour-long episode of the Disney television show with Kathryn Beaumont, Edgar Bergen , Charlie McCarthy and Mortimer Snerd, Bobby Driscoll and others that promoted the film, computer games, deleted scenes, songs and related materials, which was discontinued in January Disney re-released the film on Blu-ray and DVD on April 26, , to celebrate the film's 65th anniversary.

Especially should it be for the kids, who are not so demanding of fidelity as are their moms and dads. A few of the episodes are dandy, such as the mad tea party and the caucus race; the music is tuneful and sugary and the color is excellent.

However, it has not been able to add any real heart or warmth, ingredients missing from the two tomes and which have always been an integral part of the previous Disney feature cartoons.

Mae Tinee of the Chicago Tribune wrote that "While the Disney figures do resemble John Tenniel's famous sketches, they abound in energy but are utterly lacking in enchantment, and seem more closely related to Pluto , the clumsy pup, than the products of Carroll's imagination.

Youngsters probably will find it a likable cartoon, full of lively characters, with Alice's dream bedecked with just a touch of nightmare—those who cherish the old story as I have probably will be distinctly disappointed.

Much of it is familiar stuff; Carroll's garden of live flowers prompts Disney to revive the style of his Silly Symphonies.

Yet there is plenty to delight youngsters, and there are flashes of cartooning ingenuity that should appeal to grownups.

Alice in Wonderland was met with great criticism from Carroll fans, as well as from British film and literary critics , who accused Disney of "Americanizing" a great work of English literature.

Here was a case of five directors each trying to top the other guy and make his sequence the biggest and craziest in the show. This had a self-canceling effect on the final product.

The consensus states, "A good introduction to Lewis Carroll's classic, Alice in Wonderland boasts some of the Disney canon's most surreal and twisted images.

Alice in Wonderland has been condensed into a one act stage version entitled, Alice in Wonderland, Jr.

The stage version is solely meant for middle and high school productions and includes the majority of the film's songs and others including Song of the South ' s " Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah ", two new reprises of "I'm Late!

A live-action re-imagining, Alice in Wonderland , was released in , starring Mia Wasikowska as Alice. Costumed versions of Alice, The Mad Hatter, The White Rabbit, The Queen of Hearts, Tweedledum, and Tweedledee make regular appearances at the Disney theme parks and resorts, and other characters from the film including the Walrus and the March Hare have featured in the theme parks, although quite rarely.

More famously, all five Disneyland-style theme parks feature Mad Tea Party , a teacups ride based on Disney's adaptation of Alice in Wonderland.

Shake It! Celebrate It! Disneyland contains a dark ride based on the film in addition to the teacups, [47] and Disneyland Paris also contains a hedge maze called Alice's Curious Labyrinth , which takes its inspiration from the film.

In Disney's Villains' Revenge , the Queen of Hearts is one of the villains who tries to turn the ending to her story to where she finally cuts off Alice's head.

Mickey Mousecapade features various characters from the film. The Japanese version, in fact, is based very heavily on the film, with almost every reference in the game coming from the film.

Alice is also a major character in the overall plot of the first game due to her role as one of seven "Princesses of Heart". The Mad Hatter and the March Hare appear in portrait form as well.

All except the Doorknob also appear in Chain of Memories , albeit in the form of illusions made from the main character's memory. In Disney Infinity , there are power discs based on Alice in Wonderland.

Several characters of the movie make appearances throughout the Epic Mickey-games. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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