Alice appears in 307 issues.
The new Tim Burton movie which is a sequel to the 1951 disney cartoon.
A 2004 loose adaptation of the Lewis Carrol tales. Alice Liddell is an adult corporate worker, stuck in a dead-end job. Her life changes when a stranger first offers her a mysterious book and then runs away with it. She gives chase and finds herself in a Wonderland both bizarre and horrific.
The villians have taken over the House of Mouse and it's up to Micky Mouse and the gang to reclaim their club.
An 1999 live-action short film, loosely based on the Lewis Carroll tales. Alice is a twenty-year-old New Yorker, daughter to affluent parents. She is out of school and feeling directionless. While out on a bar, someone spikes her drink with a hallucinogen.Drugged and indoxicated she wanders around the City, encountering bizzare characters and trying to answer a seemingly simple question: "Who are you, Alice?"
An 1999 television adaptation of the Lewis Carrol tales by NBC. Alice is a young girl supposed to perform at a garden party but suffers from stage fright. She runs away and then her Wonderland adventure begins. The theme is Alice learning to face challenges bravely.
An 1998 adaptation of the Lewis Carrol tales. Alice is a young mother reading the Wonderland stories to her daughter. She soon finds herself in Wonderland and experiencing the tales first hand.
An 1995 animated adaptation of the Lewis Carrol tales by Jetlag Productions. It is a Japanese and American co-production. Both the script and the animation have often been dismissed as cheap and simplistic.
An 1988 adaptation of the Lewis Carrol tales by Jan Švankmajer, a Czech director. The film combines a live-action Alice with a stop-motion animation setting. The film depicts the Wonderland inhabitants consisting of strange mixtures of rubbish and dead animals. The images and depictions are often deliberately disturbing.
An 1988 animated adaptation of the Lewis Carroll tales. It was an Australian production for the video market. Alice is a schoolgirl bored with having to study "The Principles of Logical Calculus". She escapes for a while in a Wonderland of nonsense and whimsy. She then returns to her studies but keeps memories of her dream.
A crossover between the Care Bears and the "Alice in Wonderland" cast. A daughter to the Queen of Hearts hass been named a Princess of Wonderland, its apparent reigning ruler. But the Princess has been abducted. The Care Bears and Alice, a look-alike of the Princess, are recruited to save Wonderland from a Wizard claiming the throne for himself.
An 1987 animated adaptation of the second novel by Lewis Carroll. A modern-day Alice enters Chessland and goes on a quest to become a queen. There is an emphasis on comedy and music on this version, despite a few action scenes.
An 1985 adaptation of the Lewis Carroll, originally created as a two-part television special. The first part covered material from the Alice in Wonderland novel, the second from "Through the Looking-Glass". Unusually Alice was played by a child actress rather than a teenaged one.
An 1985 film based partly on the life of Alice Pleasance Liddell (1852 - 1934), the child said to have inspired Lewis Carroll to write his novels. By the 1930s, Alice is an elderly widowed woman who can hardly remember what the author was like.
An 1983 recording of a Broadway theatrical adaptation of the Lewis Carroll tales. The protagonist was Kate Burton whose theatrical career was just starting. She would go on to have many roles in theatre and television.
An 1982 recording of a long-running theatrical adaptation of the Lewis Carrol tales. The protagonist was Meryl Streep in a change of pace from her mostly dramatic roles at the time.
An 1982 loose adaptation of the Lewis Carroll tales, featuring an adult and divorced Alice in an urban Wonderland. White Rabbit is a human jogger and a love interest of hers. Cheshire Cat is an airplane pilot and Alice's former husband. Queenie (Queen of Hearts) is a loan shark. Etc.
An 1982 recording of a theatrical production by the Children's Theatre Company. The protagonist was young Annie Enneking. While a quality production it suffers somewhat from the raised voices of the actors, needed to reach a large live audience but hardly tolerated on film.
An 1982 Soviet, animated adaptation of the Lewis Carrol tales.
An 1981 Soviet, animated adaptation of the Lewis Carrol tales. Descrived in a favorable review as "Pale, insane, dark, surreal, uncouth, crude, but artistically wonderful."
An 1978 short film produced for NBC Television. Instead of Alice, the protagonist is one Amy Patterson (Kelly Ellen Collins). She is a nine-year-old girl bored with her life events seeming to endlessly repeat themselves. A visit to her aunt Lucy leads to encounters with several literary characters and an end to her boredom.
An 1973 Christmas special, adapting the second Lewis Carroll novel. It is considered to be among the most faithfull and literate adaptations. Protagonist Sarah Sutton would later play Nyssa in "Dr. Who".
An 1972 musical adaptation of the Lewis Carroll. The theme is that Alice is exploring, rediscovering and partly reinventing herself. Theme accompanied by the song `The Me I Never Knew'.
An 1966 adaptation of the Lewis Carroll tales by the BBC. Alice here is clearly having a dream and her words and body language reflect it. The focus is on satire of Victorian times.
An 1966 musical adaptation of the second novel by Lewis Carroll by NBC. The protagonist was twenty-year-old Judi Rolin. This version added a new character, Lester the Jester. He is considered to be a near-copy of Scarecrow from the Oz stories.
An 1966 animated, loose adaptation and parody of the Lewis Carrol tales by Hanna-Barbera Productions. A modern-day teenager doing a book report on Alice, accidentaly is sucked ib by her television set. She ends up in a wacky version of Wonderland.
An 1966 animated feature film by Gene Deitch. The British Alice visits Paris and encounters other characters from children's literature, such as Anatole by Eve Titus.
An 1965 BBC production in theatrical style. Based on the relationship between Charles Dodgson (Lewis Carroll) and Alice Liddell, portrayed here as one of unrequitted love on Dodgson's part. Various experiences inspire the well-known Wonderland scenes.
An 1955 television version of a well-known Broadway production of Alice, starring teenaged actress Gillian Barber. While there are surviving copies of this television production in various archives, like that of UCLA, they are not commercially available nor in wide circulation,. Making this version one of the most obscure ones.
An 1951 adaptation of the Lewis Carroll by Disney. Arguably the best known film version of the story. It was a critical and commercial failure in the 1950s. Its surreal use of music and color started raising its popularity. By the 1980s it was among the best received Disney films.
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