IMDb: Alice in Wonderland
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  • Genre: / / / / Tagline: Tis brillig! Plot Outline: Alice stumbles into the world of Wonderland.

  • There is about 40 animated Disney movies and my personal favourite will always be the mad world of Wonderland.

    Bedtime Story Classics: Alice in Wonderland
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    Kathryn Beaumont
    Tribute page by Don Brockway. Offers a complete biography and photographs.
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  • She also spent much time in two imaginary settings: Wonderland and Neverland.

  • It was Kathryn who provided the voice of Alice in Disney's "Alice In Wonderland, " and the voice of Wendy in Disney's "Peter Pan." To many, her voice is that of the quintessential Disney heroine.

  • Around that same time, Walt Disney was beginning production on "Alice In Wonderland" and searching for the perfect lead voice - "one that would be English enough to satisfy British audiences and preserve the feeling of an English Literary classic, " says Kathryn, "but not so English that it would put off American audiences." Kathryn's father was also cast as a voice for the film and can be heard as one of the playing cards rushing to paint the queen's roses red.

  • Studio technicians fixed up an ingenious collection of to spin and whirl and drop her down imaginary rabbit holes, so that the artists could put in the requisite life and sparkle to make ' Alice' a happy film." Link to After "Alice In Wonderland" was finished, Kathryn embarked on an extensive for the 1951 release.

  • to access additional articles and information BELOW: N ewspaper articles from the time of Alice's release Alice's Voice Real Teen-Ager By Patricia Evers "Teen-agers here and in England are just the same, " Kathy Beaumont, the voice of Alice in you-know-whom in Wonderland has decided.

  • Like Illustrations Dressed in an Alice In Wonderland costume she looks just like the Alice in the book illustrations.

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  • The film, with a production cost of more than $2 million (about four times more than an average live-action picture), initially failed at the box-office (partially due to the expensive installation of "Fantasound" sound reproduction equipment in theatres), but then its popularity increased and its cult status was assured when the members of the 60's drug culture adopted it as a favorite hallucinatory experience when it was re-released (alongside other counter-cultural, head-tripping favorites, including, , and the re-released Alice in Wonderland (1951) in 1974).


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  • Disney's Alice cartoons placed a live-action title character into an animated Wonderland world.

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  • In 1933, Holloway played the Frog Footman in Paramount's version of Alice In Wonderland .

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  • Posted by Teresa at 01:06 PM | July 11, 2006 From Story to Ride and Back Again From Story to Ride and Back Again I picked up Slave Labor Graphics's comics title, Wonderland number one, not sure whether I would like it or not.

  • But I purchased Wonderland largely based on the fact that 's name was attached to it.

  • Wonderland is an interesting contrast, because its origin point is a book, which the Disney movie adaptation is based on, which then became the basis for the ride.

  • I found Wonderland a better read, perhaps because of the literary reference point.

  • The artwork in Wonderland is also incredibly fluid and dynamic, and aids the movement of the story considerably.

  • Disneyland's Alice in Wonderland ride is a classic, but I'm glad it wasn't the basis for this title.


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  • In 's Alice in Wonderland, the Cheshire Cat sung Jabberwocky.

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  • The programmes look at how Disney has used music in its films to tell stories, define characters, evoke moods and feelings and serve up moral and improving messages - always accompanied by a spoonful of sugar for easy swallowing! The series features dozens of well known songs - many of them Oscar-winners - spanning almost eighty years of filmmaking and has contributions from, among others, song-writers Phil Collins ( Tarzan ), Elton John ( The Lion King ), Randy Newman ( Toy Story ), and Richard Sherman ( Mary Poppins ) as well as performers Julie Andrews, Angela Lansbury and Kathryn Beaumont who, fifty years ago, provided the voices for Alice and Wendy in Disney's versions of Alice in Wonderland and Peter Pan .

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