Alice in Wonderland (1951)

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Alice in Wonderland
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TitleAlice in Wonderland
Year1951
CountryUSA
GenreMusical (Animation)
Run Time1h 15 min
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Alice becomes bored with her sister’s history lesson on the Norman conquest of England and expresses her want of adventure, leading her to the bank of the River Thames. There, Alice spots a passing White Rabbit in a waistcoat, exclaiming that he is “late for a very important date.” She gives chase, following him into a large hole. She sees him leave through a tiny door, whose talking knob advises her to shrink to an appropriate height by drinking from a bottle marked “Drink Me.” She does so and floats out through the keyhole into a sea of her own tears, which she cried after eating a biscuit marked “Eat Me,” which made her grow very large. As she continues to follow the Rabbit, she encounters numerous characters, including Tweedledum and Tweedledee, who recount the tale of “The Walrus and the Carpenter.”

Alice tracks the Rabbit to his house; he mistakes her for his housemaid, “Mary Ann,” and sends her to retrieve his gloves. While searching for the gloves in the Rabbit’s house, Alice finds and eats another cookie marked “Eat Me” and grows large again, getting stuck in the house. Thinking her a monster, the Rabbit asks the Dodo to help expel her.

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Alice in Wonderland
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Cast:

Ed Wynn Ed Wynn
Mad Hatter
Jerry Colonna Jerry Colonna
March Hare
Richard Haydn Richard Haydn
Caterpillar
Sterling Holloway Sterling Holloway
Cheshire Cat
Verna Felton Verna Felton
Queen of Hearts
J. Pat O'Malley J. Pat O'Malley
Tweedledum and Tweedledee / Walrus and Carpenter / Mother Oyster
Bill Thompson Bill Thompson
White Rabbit / Dodo
Heather Angel Heather Angel
Alice's Sister

Alice becomes bored with her sister’s history lesson on the Norman conquest of England and expresses her want of adventure, leading her to the bank of the River Thames. There, Alice spots a passing White Rabbit in a waistcoat, exclaiming that he is “late for a very important date.” She gives chase, following him into a large hole. She sees him leave through a tiny door, whose talking knob advises her to shrink to an appropriate height by drinking from a bottle marked “Drink Me.” She does so and floats out through the keyhole into a sea of her own tears, which she cried after eating a biscuit marked “Eat Me,” which made her grow very large. As she continues to follow the Rabbit, she encounters numerous characters, including Tweedledum and Tweedledee, who recount the tale of “The Walrus and the Carpenter.”

Alice tracks the Rabbit to his house; he mistakes her for his housemaid, “Mary Ann,” and sends her to retrieve his gloves. While searching for the gloves in the Rabbit’s house, Alice finds and eats another cookie marked “Eat Me” and grows large again, getting stuck in the house. Thinking her a monster, the Rabbit asks the Dodo to help expel her.

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