History Disney / AliceinWonderland

23rd Nov '16 8:07:07 AM Hedging
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* An Aesop: Logic and reason exist for a purpose. Without them, the world would be a very confusing and frustrating place.

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* An Aesop: AnAesop: Logic and reason exist for a purpose. Without them, the world would be a very confusing and frustrating place.
23rd Nov '16 8:06:32 AM Hedging
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* An Aesop: Logic and reason exist for a purpose. Without them, the world would be a very confusing and frustrating place.
14th Nov '16 1:59:04 AM rafi
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* DVDCommentary: The Masterpiece Edition DVD became Disney's first two-disc DVD, outside of the Walt Disney Treasures collection, [[AvertedTrope not]] to include an audio commentary. This would eventually become rectified for the 60th Anniversary Blu-Ray, when historians of Disney animation and/or classic literature teamed up for a picture-in-picture commentary titled, "Through the Keyhole: A Companion's Guide to Wonderland."
12th Nov '16 4:25:02 AM PhysicalStamina
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* ConvectionSchmonvection: The Mad hatter pours hot tea into his collar which flows out his sleeve into his teacup. This doesn't bug him at all.



* ConvectionSchmonvection: The Mad hatter pours hot tea into his collar which flows out his sleeve into his teacup. This doesn't bug him at all.

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* ConvectionSchmonvection: The Mad hatter pours hot tea into his collar which flows out his sleeve into his teacup. This doesn't bug him at all.LeaningOnTheFourthWall:
-->'''Alice:''' When I get home, I shall write a book about this place.
2nd Nov '16 8:20:02 AM Prinzenick
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* CompressedAdaptation: The books had LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters and it would have been unfeasable to put them all into an hour long animated film, so the Disney adaptation cherry picks the most iconic elements of both ''Alice's Adventures in Wonderland'' and ''Through the Looking Glass'' while using the basic plot structure of ''Wonderland'' for the whole film.
28th Oct '16 3:12:18 AM Prinzenick
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* GroundPound: The Queen of Hearts does this while the cards are dragging off prisoners for painting the roses red. It sends all of the nearby cards falling flat on their faces.
26th Oct '16 5:38:45 AM Prinzenick
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* RandomEventsPlot: There is no real story going on; the whole film is about Alice going through a series of RandomEncounters with the bizarre residents of Wonderland.

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* RandomEventsPlot: There is no real story going on; the whole film is about Alice going through a stream of conscious series of RandomEncounters with the bizarre residents of Wonderland.Wonderland.
26th Oct '16 5:38:07 AM Prinzenick
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* RandomEventsPlot: There is no real story going on; the whole film is about Alice going through a series of RandomEncounters with the bizarre residents of Wonderland.
12th Oct '16 10:57:22 AM dsneybuf
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It inspired three attractions in the Ride/DisneyThemeParks, most prominent being the famous spinning teacups ride, which each resort has a variation of. Disneyland also has a conventional dark ride based on the film, and Disneyland Paris has a Wonderland labyrinth. When Slave Labor Graphics had the licenses to produce different Disney comics, they published a sequel miniseries simply titled ''Wonderland'', in which the White Rabbit's unseen maid Mary Ann gets her [[ADayInTheLimelight Day in the Limelight]] and has to save her boss when he is blamed for being responsible for the havoc Alice wrought on Wonderland.

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It inspired three attractions in the Ride/DisneyThemeParks, most prominent being the famous spinning teacups ride, which each resort has a variation of. [[note]]Shanghai Disneyland uses [[Franchise/WinnieThePooh hunny pots]] instead of teacups.[[/note]] Disneyland also has a conventional dark ride based on the film, and Disneyland Paris has a Wonderland labyrinth. When Slave Labor Graphics had the licenses to produce different Disney comics, they published a sequel miniseries simply titled ''Wonderland'', in which the White Rabbit's unseen maid Mary Ann gets her [[ADayInTheLimelight Day in the Limelight]] and has to save her boss when he is blamed for being responsible for the havoc Alice wrought on Wonderland.
4th Oct '16 8:03:11 AM Pamina
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* VagueAge: Tweedledee and Tweedledum dress like and act like children, and could pass for large kids, especially in the bizarre Wonderland, but they are shown to be balding underneath their caps, making them look like grown men dressed as kids. This is in keeping with the book, which describes them as "two fat little ''men''," but also that they looked like "a couple of great schoolboys."

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* VagueAge: Tweedledee and Tweedledum dress like and act like children, and could pass for large kids, especially in the bizarre Wonderland, but they are shown to be balding underneath their caps, making them look like grown men dressed as kids. This is in keeping with the book, which describes them as "two fat little ''men''," men," but also says that they looked like "a couple of great schoolboys."
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