History WesternAnimation / AliceOfWonderlandInParis

8th Jan '16 9:16:07 AM TheUnsquished
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* BlessedAreTheCheesemakers: The story of Anatole, in a nutshell.
20th Jan '14 6:49:53 AM StFan
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A 1966 animated film all about the adventures of [[Literature/AliceInWonderland Alice of Wonderland]] towards her journey to Paris. Directed by Gene Deitch and produced by William L. Snyder, two persons known for working on some of the ''WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry'' shorts.

It all starts with Alice reading the book, ''{{Madeline}}'' and this causes her to dream of going to Paris and meet her. What keeps her however, is to how to get there since going to Wonderland only takes a DownTheRabbitHole but going to Paris takes, well, money. Of course. Suddenly, François, a talking mouse riding on a bicycle, appears on a hole on the corner of her room. He tells of the great cheeses that he has tested and promises to take Alice to Paris if she tells what her favorite kind of cheese is. Along the way, they tell each other stories that are known to be famous for children. The movie throughout, tells five short stories. Two of which, are from ''Madeline''.

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A 1966 animated film all about the adventures of [[Literature/AliceInWonderland [[Literature/AlicesAdventuresInWonderland Alice of Wonderland]] towards her journey to Paris. Directed by Gene Deitch and produced by William L. Snyder, two persons known for working on some of the ''WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry'' shorts.

It all starts with Alice reading the book, ''{{Madeline}}'' ''Literature/{{Madeline}}'' and this causes her to dream of going to Paris and meet her. What keeps her however, is to how to get there since going to Wonderland only takes a DownTheRabbitHole but going to Paris takes, well, money. Of course. Suddenly, François, a talking mouse riding on a bicycle, appears on a hole on the corner of her room. He tells of the great cheeses that he has tested and promises to take Alice to Paris if she tells what her favorite kind of cheese is. Along the way, they tell each other stories that are known to be famous for children. The movie throughout, tells five short stories. Two of which, are from ''Madeline''.



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!!Provides !!''Alice of Wonderland in Paris'' provides examples of:of the following tropes:



* HaveAGayOldTime: Madeline says something along the lines of, "Please don't molest us," to Pepito. In a literary context, that just means "don't bug us".
** Besides, they need that for the next [[RhymesOnADime line]].
* LargeHam: François

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* HaveAGayOldTime: Madeline says something along the lines of, "Please don't molest us," to Pepito. In a literary context, that just means "don't bug us".
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us". Besides, they need that for the next [[RhymesOnADime line]].
* LargeHam: LargeHam:
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François


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8th May '13 5:55:35 PM dsneybuf
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[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=brMFgPwOZQ8 The full film]] is available on YouTube.
8th Mar '13 7:24:08 PM LongLiveHumour
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A 1966 animated film all about the adventures of [[Literature/AliceInWonderland Alice of Wonderland]] towards her journey to Paris. Directed by Gene Deitch and produced by William L. Snyder, two persons known for working on some of the ''TomAndJerry'' shorts.

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A 1966 animated film all about the adventures of [[Literature/AliceInWonderland Alice of Wonderland]] towards her journey to Paris. Directed by Gene Deitch and produced by William L. Snyder, two persons known for working on some of the ''TomAndJerry'' ''WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry'' shorts.
14th Feb '13 5:58:41 PM Nocturna
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* DownTheRabbitHole: Or "[[IncrediblyLamePun Down the Mouse Hole]]" in this case.

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* DownTheRabbitHole: Or "[[IncrediblyLamePun Down "Down the Mouse Hole]]" Hole" in this case.
23rd Oct '12 3:50:06 AM KorenSteen
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It all starts with Alice reading the book, ''Madeline'' and this causes her to dream of going to Paris and meet her. What keeps her however, is to how to get there since going to Wonderland only takes a DownTheRabbitHole but going to Paris takes, well, money. Of course. Suddenly, François, a talking mouse riding on a bicycle, appears on a hole on the corner of her room. He tells of the great cheeses that he has tested and promises to take Alice to Paris if she tells what her favorite kind of cheese is. Along the way, they tell each other stories that are known to be famous for children. The movie throughout, tells five short stories. Two of which, are from ''Madeline''.

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It all starts with Alice reading the book, ''Madeline'' ''{{Madeline}}'' and this causes her to dream of going to Paris and meet her. What keeps her however, is to how to get there since going to Wonderland only takes a DownTheRabbitHole but going to Paris takes, well, money. Of course. Suddenly, François, a talking mouse riding on a bicycle, appears on a hole on the corner of her room. He tells of the great cheeses that he has tested and promises to take Alice to Paris if she tells what her favorite kind of cheese is. Along the way, they tell each other stories that are known to be famous for children. The movie throughout, tells five short stories. Two of which, are from ''Madeline''.
21st Oct '12 7:25:50 PM Aiguille
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A 1966 animated film all about the adventures of [[AliceInWonderland Alice of Wonderland]] towards her journey to Paris. Directed by Gene Deitch and produced by William L. Snyder, two persons known for working on some of the ''TomAndJerry'' shorts.

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A 1966 animated film all about the adventures of [[AliceInWonderland [[Literature/AliceInWonderland Alice of Wonderland]] towards her journey to Paris. Directed by Gene Deitch and produced by William L. Snyder, two persons known for working on some of the ''TomAndJerry'' shorts.
20th Oct '12 12:53:43 AM KorenSteen
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It all starts with Alice reading the book, ''Madeline'' and this causes her to dream of going to Paris and meet her. What keeps her however, is to how to get there since going to Wonderland only takes a DownTheRabbitHole but going to Paris takes, well, money. Of course. Suddenly, François, a talking mouse riding on a bicycle, appears on a hole on the corner of her room. He tells of the great cheeses that he has tested and promises to take Alice to Paris if she tells what her favorite kind of cheese is. Along the way, they tell each other stories that are known to be famous in the field of children's literature. The movie throughout, tells five short stories. Two of which, are from ''Madeline''.

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It all starts with Alice reading the book, ''Madeline'' and this causes her to dream of going to Paris and meet her. What keeps her however, is to how to get there since going to Wonderland only takes a DownTheRabbitHole but going to Paris takes, well, money. Of course. Suddenly, François, a talking mouse riding on a bicycle, appears on a hole on the corner of her room. He tells of the great cheeses that he has tested and promises to take Alice to Paris if she tells what her favorite kind of cheese is. Along the way, they tell each other stories that are known to be famous in the field of children's literature.for children. The movie throughout, tells five short stories. Two of which, are from ''Madeline''.
20th Oct '12 12:53:11 AM KorenSteen
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* CatsAreMean: Alice's cat.

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* CatsAreMean: Alice's cat.cat, Dinah.
19th Oct '12 10:38:26 PM KorenSteen
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* HaveAGayOldTime: Madeline says something along the lines of, "Please don't molest us," to Pepito. In a less literary context, that just means "don't bug us".

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* HaveAGayOldTime: Madeline says something along the lines of, "Please don't molest us," to Pepito. In a less literary context, that just means "don't bug us".
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