History Disney / AliceInWonderland

21st Jun '18 2:11:37 AM fearlessnikki
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* AgeLift:
** Alice is a little older than she is in the books. She appears to be the same age as her actress Kathryn Beaumont - who was twelve when she recorded her lines.
** The other way round with her cat Dinah. She's fully grown in the books but just a kitten in the film.



* AttackOfThe50FootWhatever: Alice as she tests the size-altering portions of Caterpillar's Mushroom, and again when she defends herself in court.
** Also happens early in the movie after eating a cookie from the White Rabbit's house, and he and the Dodo think she's a monster.

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* AttackOfThe50FootWhatever: Alice as she tests the size-altering portions of Caterpillar's Mushroom, and again when she defends herself in court.
** Also happens early
four times in the movie after eating a cookie film. First she eats from a box in the bizarre room, which makes her grow so big her tears become an ocean. Then in the White Rabbit's house, and he which results in the rabbit and the Dodo think thinking she's a monster.monster (and trying to smoke her out). When she tests the mushroom out, she grows even larger and towers over the top of a forest. And finally she willingly grows to this size to defend herself in court.



* Franchise/DisneyPrincess: Alice is sometimes included as an honorary princess. She would be featured in the tie-in magazines and she is a Princess of Heart in the ''VideoGame/KingdomHearts'' series.



** The Cheshire Cat not only has plantigrade feet, he has thumbs on his feet in one scene in the movie.
*** In the ''Franchise/KingdomHearts'' series, [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Cheshire_Cat_9304.jpg he has one thumb on each foot all the time]].

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** The Cheshire Cat not only has plantigrade feet, he has thumbs on his feet in one scene in the movie.
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movie. In the ''Franchise/KingdomHearts'' series, [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Cheshire_Cat_9304.jpg he has one thumb on each foot all the time]].



* KangarooCourt: Alice's trial. For starters, the queen was intending to pronounce sentence ''before the verdict had been decided'' had the king not intervened. Next, the Mad Hatter, the March Hare and the Dormouse all serve as witnesses, providing absolutely nothing of value to the case, yet the court considers it of vital importance. And finally, the trial is interupted to celebrate the queen's unbirthday (much to Alice's annnoyance)

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* KangarooCourt: Alice's trial. For starters, the queen was intending to pronounce sentence ''before the verdict had been decided'' had the king not intervened. Next, the Mad Hatter, the March Hare and the Dormouse all serve as witnesses, providing absolutely nothing of value to the case, yet the court considers it of vital importance. And finally, the trial is interupted interrupted to celebrate the queen's unbirthday (much to Alice's annnoyance) annoyance)



* OhCrap: The Queen of Hearts gets this reaction when she witnesses Alice growing rapidly in the courtroom.

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* OhCrap: OhCrap:
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The Queen of Hearts gets this reaction when she witnesses Alice growing rapidly in the courtroom.



* RandomEventsPlot: There is no real story going on (other than Alice trying to get back home); the whole film is about Alice going through a stream of conscious series of RandomEncounters[[note]]No, not [[RolePlayingGame those]] kinds. This was long before pen and paper RPGS, let alone video games (as we know them).[[/note]] with the bizarre residents of Wonderland.

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* RandomEventsPlot: There is no real story going on (other than Alice trying to get back home); the whole film is about Alice going through a stream of conscious series of RandomEncounters[[note]]No, not [[RolePlayingGame those]] kinds. This was long before pen and paper RPGS, let alone video games (as we know them).[[/note]] with the bizarre residents of Wonderland. Each of the segments were even given to different directors.


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* UnexplainedAccent: Some of Wonderland's residents like the White Rabbit, March Hare, Cheshire Cat and the king and queen speak with American accents when everyone else has English ones.
13th May '18 10:31:17 AM AlienPatch
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* AdaptationalHeroism: The Carpenter. In the original tale he ate as many oysters as he could, whereas in this version he's [[StupidGood a good-natured (if a bit slow) guy]] who [[LateToTheRealization actually thought the oysters were guests for the dinner and not the dinner itself]]. Once he found out the Walrus ate the oysters, he got really angry and [[ChasedOffIntoTheSunset chased after him to avenge the oysters]].
30th Apr '18 10:09:35 PM Pamina
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* AmazingTechnicolorWildlife: The Cheshire Cat. Indeed, this adaptation seems to have led to later adaptations making the Cheshire Cat that brilliant mix of purple and pink.

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* AmazingTechnicolorWildlife: The blue Caterpillar, as per the book, and the Cheshire Cat. Indeed, this adaptation seems to have led to later adaptations making the Cheshire Cat that brilliant mix of purple and pink.


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* ArtisticLicenseBiology: The Dormouse looks like an actual mouse (or at least like a typical cartoon mouse) instead of a realistic dormouse, which is an only vaguely mouse-like relative of the squirrel. Then again, he also talks, wears clothes, and lives in a world with blue caterpillars and purple striped cats.
8th Apr '18 4:23:52 AM HSutherland
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* AdaptedOut: By necessity, many of the original characters were cut for pacing. Most notably The Duchess, who lends some of her personality to the Queen Of Hearts, the Mock Turtle and the Gryphon. The Jabberwock was also planned to be in the movie despite being from a poem only in Through the Looking Glass, the sequel to the Alice In Wonderland book, but was omitted, although a few lines from the Jabberwocky poem remain.

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* AdaptedOut: By necessity, many of the original characters were cut for pacing. Most notably The Duchess, who lends some of her personality to the Queen Of Hearts, her pepper-loving cook, the Mock Turtle and the Gryphon.Griffin. The Jabberwock was also planned to be in the movie despite being from a poem only in Through the Looking Glass, the sequel to the Alice In Wonderland book, but was omitted, although a few lines from the Jabberwocky poem remain.
8th Apr '18 4:22:06 AM HSutherland
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* AdaptedOut: By necessity, many of the original characters were cut for pacing. Most notably The Duchess, who lends some of her personality to the Queen Of Hearts, the Mock Turtle, the Griffin, the Mouse and the Knave Of Hearts. The Jabberwock was also planned to be in the movie despite being from a poem only in Through the Looking Glass, the sequel to the Alice In Wonderland book, but was omitted, although a few lines from the Jabberwocky poem remain.

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* AdaptedOut: By necessity, many of the original characters were cut for pacing. Most notably The Duchess, who lends some of her personality to the Queen Of Hearts, the Mock Turtle, the Griffin, the Mouse Turtle and the Knave Of Hearts.Gryphon. The Jabberwock was also planned to be in the movie despite being from a poem only in Through the Looking Glass, the sequel to the Alice In Wonderland book, but was omitted, although a few lines from the Jabberwocky poem remain.
28th Mar '18 11:17:01 PM MasterofGalaxies4628
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* MoodWhiplash: "Very Good Advice", in which Alice sings about her personal flaws and breaks into tears, feels out-of-place to some people, especially since it comes in between the parts where Alice explores the Tulgey Wood and the Cheshire Cat tells her to visit the Queen of Hearts.

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* MoodWhiplash: "Very Good Advice", in which Alice sings about her personal flaws and breaks into tears, feels out-of-place to some people, especially since it comes in between the parts where Alice explores the Tulgey Wood and the Cheshire Cat tells her to visit the Queen of Hearts. Then again, this ''is'' Wonderland we're talking about.


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* TyopOnTheCover: The title card misspells Creator/LewisCarroll's name with only one ending L.
11th Feb '18 12:48:43 PM fruitstripegum
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* FalseFriend: The Cheshire cat. He gives Alice horrible advice on who to ask for help, gets her in trouble with the queen constantly, and causes a big chase scene at the end with everyone in Wonderland after Alice. Too bad Alice didn't realize this sooner about him...



* FalseFriend: The Cheshire cat. He gives Alice horrible advice on who to ask for help, gets her in trouble with the queen constantly, and causes a big chase scene at the end with everyone in Wonderland after Alice. Too bad Alice didn't realize this sooner about him...
12th Nov '17 5:39:37 PM LadyFanFareKid
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* AdaptedOut: By necessity, many of the original characters were cut for pacing. Most notably The Duchess, who lends some of her personality to the Queen Of Hearts, the Mock Turtle, the Griffin, the Mouse and the Knave Of Hearts. The Jabberwock is also omitted, although a few lines from the Jabberwocky poem remain.

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* AdaptedOut: By necessity, many of the original characters were cut for pacing. Most notably The Duchess, who lends some of her personality to the Queen Of Hearts, the Mock Turtle, the Griffin, the Mouse and the Knave Of Hearts. The Jabberwock is was also planned to be in the movie despite being from a poem only in Through the Looking Glass, the sequel to the Alice In Wonderland book, but was omitted, although a few lines from the Jabberwocky poem remain.
9th Nov '17 7:52:25 PM Kissinger113
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* KangarooCourt: Alice's trial. For starters, the queen was intending to pronounce sentence ''before the verdict had been decided'' had the king not intervened. Next, the Mad Hatter, the march hare and the dormouse all serve as witnesses providing absolutely nothing of value to the case, yet the court considers it of vital importance. And finally, the trial is interuppted to celebrate the queen's unbirthday (much to Alice's annnoyance)

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* KangarooCourt: Alice's trial. For starters, the queen was intending to pronounce sentence ''before the verdict had been decided'' had the king not intervened. Next, the Mad Hatter, the march hare March Hare and the dormouse Dormouse all serve as witnesses witnesses, providing absolutely nothing of value to the case, yet the court considers it of vital importance. And finally, the trial is interuppted interupted to celebrate the queen's unbirthday (much to Alice's annnoyance)
9th Nov '17 7:43:57 PM Kissinger113
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** The White Rabbit. Alice (accidentally) demolishes his house, the Dodo demolishes all his furniture, and that's before the Mad Hatter gets hold of his poor, poor watch...

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** The White Rabbit. Alice (accidentally) demolishes his house, the Dodo demolishes ruins all his furniture, and that's before the Mad Hatter gets hold of his poor, poor watch...
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