Alice's Wonderland is a 1923 Walt Disney short silent film, produced in Kansas City, Missouri. The black-and-white short was the first in a series of Walt Disney's famous Alice Comedies and had a working title of Alice in Slumberland. The film was never shown theatrically, but was instead shown to prospective film distributors. It was included as a bonus feature in the Special "Un-Anniversary Edition" of Alice in Wonderland.
Alice's Wonderland, from the Laugh-O-Grams series.
|Directed by||Walt Disney|
|Produced by||Walt Disney|
|Color process||Black and white|
|12 minutes 29 seconds|
|Language||Silent English intertitles|
Alice (Virginia Davis) visits the Walt Disney Animation Studios, where the animators (including Walt Disney) show her various scenes on their drawing boards. A few of them: a cat dancing to a cat band; a mouse poking at a cat until it moves; a couple of mice boxing, while the animators crowd around cheering and acting as corner-men. That night, she dreams of taking a train to cartoon-land, where a red carpet reception awaits. She appears in live action. They have a welcoming parade, with Alice riding on an elephant. The cartoons dance for her, and she dances for them. Meanwhile, lions break out of the zoo. The lions chase her into a hollow tree, then into a cave and down a rabbit hole. Finally, she jumps off a cliff and awakes back in her bed.
In popular cultureEdit
The eighth episode of the 2014 Cartoon Network miniseries Over the Garden Wall, entitled "Babes in the Wood", contains several direct visual references to Alice's Wonderland, including the Reception Committee scene.
- Alice's Wonderland on IMDb
- The short film Alice's Wonderland is available for free download at the Internet Archive
- Alice's Wonderland at The Encyclopedia of Disney Animated Shorts
- Laugh-O-Gram Studio
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