History Characters / AliceInWonderland

22nd Aug '16 12:16:55 PM KnownUnknown
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* SlasherSmile: Lots of them. The animators put a lot of imagination into showing just how much the Queen seems to ''enjoy'' losing her temper.
15th Aug '16 4:28:44 PM Drcynic24
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** Ed Wynn had a lisp when he spoke naturally, but it was generally a minor one. He exaggerated it to comic proportions for this and other roles.
1st Aug '16 4:28:47 PM Tailikku
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->'''Voiced by''': Kathryn Beaumont

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->'''Voiced by''': by:''' Kathryn Beaumont
Beaumont (1951-2005), Hynden Walch (2005-present), Kat Cressida (in tandem with Kathryn Beaumont)



->'''Voiced by:''' Verna Felton (''Alice in Wonderland''); TressMacNeille (current)

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->'''Voiced by:''' Verna Felton (''Alice in Wonderland''); Wonderland''), TressMacNeille (current)
(1983-2005), AprilWinchell (2005-current)



->'''Voiced by''': Joseph Kearns (original); Corey Burton (Current)

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->'''Voiced by''': Joseph Kearns (original); (original), Corey Burton (Current)



->'''Voiced by''': Ed Wynn (''Alice in Wonderland''); Corey Burton (Current)

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->'''Voiced by''': Ed Wynn (''Alice in Wonderland''); Wonderland''), Corey Burton (Current)



->'''Voiced by''': Jerry Collona (''Alice in Wonderland''); MauriceLaMarche (Current)

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->'''Voiced by''': Jerry Collona (''Alice in Wonderland''); Wonderland''), MauriceLaMarche (Current)



->'''Voiced by''': Sterling Holloway (''Alice in Wonderland''), Creator/JimCummings (Current)

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->'''Voiced by''': Sterling Holloway (''Alice in Wonderland''), Tony Pope (Disneyland Attraction), Hal Smith (Wonderful World of Disney), Creator/JimCummings (Current)



->'''Voiced by''': Bill Thompson

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->'''Voiced by''': Bill Thompson
Thompson, Corey Burton (1983-current)



->'''Voiced by''': Dink Trout

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->'''Voiced by''': Dink Trout
Trout, Tony Pope (Disneyland Attraction)
22nd Jul '16 5:25:54 PM annette12
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* AdaptationalVillainy: While not malicious outright, the film's version serves more as a {{Troll}} victimising Alice and exacerbating her situation, while the book version, despite his oddness, was helpful.

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* AdaptationalHeroism: Seems like some people at Disney thought this made him ''too'' much of a {{Jerkass}} and in one of the RecursiveAdaptation novelizations of the movie, the scene in the court is actually changed to the Cat redeeming himself with a pseudo-BigDamnHeroes moment; instead of showing up to make things worse for Alice at the trial, he shows up to confess, and to distract the Queen and the guards with a lot of nonsense, some of which is taken directly from the original book, allowing Alice to escape in the confusion. In later appearances in other stories and spin-offs, he's been softened up a bit and is more of a BlueAndOrangeMorality type.
* AdaptationalVillainy: The book version, despite his oddness, was helpful. While not malicious outright, the film's version serves more as a {{Troll}} victimising Alice and exacerbating her situation, while situation. His portrayal in the book version, despite ''Franchise/KingdomHearts'' series is mainly neutral. He does help Sora with proving Alice's innocence, but later on sends a Trickster to attack him (Though he may have been giving a quick warning before it arrived). He's at his oddness, was helpful.worst in the manga adaptation for ''Manga/KingdomHearts358DaysOver2'', where he [[spoiler: throws a hedgehog at the Queen of Hearts and frames Roxas for it]].



* {{Jerkass}}: In his first two appearances he appears to be quite friendly and not overly malicious, but in the later parts of the film he seems to go out of his way to get Alice into trouble, for no good reason.
** This counts mainly for the actual movie, though. In later appearances in other stories and spin-offs, he's been softened up a bit and is more of a BlueAndOrangeMorality type.
** His portrayal in the ''Franchise/KingdomHearts'' series is mainly neutral. He does help Sora with proving Alice's innocence, but later on sends a Trickster to attack him (Though he may have been giving a quick warning before it arrived). He's at his worst in the manga adaptation for ''Manga/KingdomHearts358DaysOver2'', where he [[spoiler: throws a hedgehog at the Queen of Hearts and frames Roxas for it]].
* KickTheDog: After letting Alice take the blame for his pranks against the Queen, he vanishes, only to return at the end of Alice's trial, after Alice's failed attempt to stand up for herself, to make sure things go as bad as possible for her.
** Seems like some people at Disney thought this made him ''too'' much of a {{Jerkass}}, though, and in one of the RecursiveAdaptation novelizations of the movie, the scene in the court is actually changed to the Cat redeeming himself with a pseudo-BigDamnHeroes moment; instead of showing up to make things worse for Alice at the trial, he shows up to confess, and to distract the Queen and the guards with a lot of nonsense, some of which is taken directly from the original book, allowing Alice to escape in the confusion.

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* {{Jerkass}}: In the movie, at least. While in his first two appearances he appears to be quite friendly and not overly malicious, but in the later parts of the film he seems to go out of his way to get Alice into trouble, for no good reason.
** This counts mainly for the actual movie, though. In later appearances in other stories and spin-offs, he's been softened up a bit and is more of a BlueAndOrangeMorality type.
** His portrayal in the ''Franchise/KingdomHearts'' series is mainly neutral. He does help Sora with proving Alice's innocence, but later on sends a Trickster to attack him (Though he may have been giving a quick warning before it arrived). He's at his worst in the manga adaptation for ''Manga/KingdomHearts358DaysOver2'', where he [[spoiler: throws a hedgehog at the Queen of Hearts and frames Roxas for it]].
* KickTheDog: The Disney version. After letting Alice take the blame for his pranks against the Queen, he vanishes, only to return at the end of Alice's trial, after Alice's failed attempt to stand up for herself, to make sure things go as bad as possible for her.
** Seems like some people at Disney thought this made him ''too'' much of a {{Jerkass}}, though, and in one of the RecursiveAdaptation novelizations of the movie, the scene in the court is actually changed to the Cat redeeming himself with a pseudo-BigDamnHeroes moment; instead of showing up to make things worse for Alice at the trial, he shows up to confess, and to distract the Queen and the guards with a lot of nonsense, some of which is taken directly from the original book, allowing Alice to escape in the confusion.
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22nd Jul '16 3:50:15 PM Ninplanet123
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* KindheartedCatLover: She has Dinah the cat.

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* KindheartedCatLover: She has Dinah adores her cat Dinah. Her initial reaction to meeting the cat.Cheshire Cat enforces this trope.
22nd Jul '16 3:47:57 PM Ninplanet123
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** Seems like some people at Disney thought this made him ''too'' much of a {{Jerkass}}, though, and in one of the RecursiveAdaptation novelizations of the movie, this part is actually changed to the Cat redeeming himself with a pseudo-BigDamnHeroes moment; instead of showing up to make things worse for Alice at the trial, he shows up to confess, and to distract the Queen and the guards with a lot of nonsense, some of which is taken directly from the original book, allowing Alice to escape in the confusion.

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** Seems like some people at Disney thought this made him ''too'' much of a {{Jerkass}}, though, and in one of the RecursiveAdaptation novelizations of the movie, this part the scene in the court is actually changed to the Cat redeeming himself with a pseudo-BigDamnHeroes moment; instead of showing up to make things worse for Alice at the trial, he shows up to confess, and to distract the Queen and the guards with a lot of nonsense, some of which is taken directly from the original book, allowing Alice to escape in the confusion.
22nd Jul '16 3:45:59 PM Ninplanet123
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** This counts mainly for the actual movie, though. In later appearances in other stories and spin-offs, he's been softened up a bit and is more of a BlueAndOrangeMorality type.
** His portrayal in the ''Franchise/KingdomHearts'' series is mainly neutral. He does help Sora with proving Alice's innocence, but later on sends a Trickster to attack him (Though he may have been giving a quick warning before it arrived). He's at his worst in the manga adaptation for ''Manga/KingdomHearts358DaysOver2'', where he [[spoiler: throws a hedgehog at the Queen of Hearts and frames Roxas for it]].


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** Seems like some people at Disney thought this made him ''too'' much of a {{Jerkass}}, though, and in one of the RecursiveAdaptation novelizations of the movie, this part is actually changed to the Cat redeeming himself with a pseudo-BigDamnHeroes moment; instead of showing up to make things worse for Alice at the trial, he shows up to confess, and to distract the Queen and the guards with a lot of nonsense, some of which is taken directly from the original book, allowing Alice to escape in the confusion.
29th May '16 9:28:52 AM Monolaf317
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* InopportuneVoiceCracking: When Alice attempts to hit a high note when she's she's singing "All In a Golden Afternoon", her voice cracks, and she can't go on. Apparently, it was a ThrowItIn moment for that scene.
28th Apr '16 3:22:25 PM TheJojolion
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[[folder: Dinah]]

Alice pet Kitten from the Real World
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* CuteKitten
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13th Apr '16 7:58:35 PM creader
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