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* LiteralMinded: Alice embarrasses her mother in episode one by asking if the family's grandfather clock is still working since her mother had mentioned that Lady Rose had [[MirrorCrackingUgly an ugly enough face to stop a clock]]. Fortunately Lady Rose, being hard of hearing, doesn't hear this.



* MirrorCrackingUgly: Or in the case of Lady Rose, Clock-Stopping Ugly. Alice embarrasses her mother in episode one by asking if the family's grandfather clock is still working since her mother had mentioned that Lady Rose had an ugly enough face to stop a clock. Fortunately Lady Rose, being hard of hearing, doesn't hear this.

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* MirrorCrackingUgly: Or in the case of Lady Rose, Clock-Stopping Ugly. Alice embarrasses her mother in episode one by asking if the family's grandfather clock is still working since her mother had mentioned that Lady Rose had an ugly enough face to stop a clock. Fortunately Lady Rose, being hard of hearing, doesn't hear this.


Despite not making much of a splash in Japan or in the USA (though both the English and French dubs were broadcast in Canada), the series did prove quite popular in several countries -- enough so that the second half of the series was created primarily for those markets. Ultimately only 24 of the 52 episodes aired in Japan.

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Despite not making much of a splash in Japan or in the USA (though both the (the English dub did find some success in Canada and French dubs were broadcast in Canada), India), the series did prove quite popular in several countries -- enough so that the second half of the series was created primarily for those markets. Ultimately only 24 of the 52 episodes aired in Japan.


''Alice in Wonderland'' (''Fushigi no Kuni no Alice'') is a 1983 anime that loosely adapts the Creator/LewisCarroll novels ''Literature/AlicesAdventuresInWonderland'' and ''Literature/ThroughTheLookingGlass'' into a children's TV series. It was created via a collaboration between the Japanese studio Creator/NipponAnimation and the German firm Apollo Films.

Despite not making much of a splash in Japan or in the USA (though both the English and French dubs were broadcast in Canada), the series did prove quite popular in several countries -- enough so that the second half of the series was created primarily for those markets.

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''Alice in Wonderland'' (''Fushigi no Kuni no Alice'') is a 1983 anime that loosely adapts the Creator/LewisCarroll novels ''Literature/AlicesAdventuresInWonderland'' and ''Literature/ThroughTheLookingGlass'' into a children's TV series. It was created via a collaboration between the Japanese studio Creator/NipponAnimation Creator/NipponAnimation and the German firm Apollo Films.

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Despite not making much of a splash in Japan or in the USA (though both the English and French dubs were broadcast in Canada), the series did prove quite popular in several countries -- enough so that the second half of the series was created primarily for those markets.
markets. Ultimately only 24 of the 52 episodes aired in Japan.

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* AlternativeForeignThemeSong: The 1985 English dub has a different theme song (which sounds VERY '80s and was used for both opening and closing) from the original Japanese.


* AnnoyingLittleSister: Alice's overactive imagination, sassy tongue and love of animals make her this for Celia, who is striving to become a ProperLady. For her part, Alice sees Celia as bossy and overbearing.

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* AnnoyingLittleSister: AnnoyingYoungerSibling: Alice's overactive imagination, sassy tongue and love of animals make her this for Celia, who is striving to become a ProperLady. For her part, Alice sees Celia as bossy and overbearing.


* AnnoyingYoungerSister: Alice's overactive imagination, sassy tongue and love of animals make her this for Celia, who is striving to become a ProperLady. For her part, Alice sees Celia as bossy and overbearing.

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* AnnoyingYoungerSister: AnnoyingLittleSister: Alice's overactive imagination, sassy tongue and love of animals make her this for Celia, who is striving to become a ProperLady. For her part, Alice sees Celia as bossy and overbearing.

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* AnnoyingYoungerSister: Alice's overactive imagination, sassy tongue and love of animals make her this for Celia, who is striving to become a ProperLady. For her part, Alice sees Celia as bossy and overbearing.

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* ProperLady: Alice's mother is trying to bring up her daughters to be Proper Ladies. It's working with Celia; not so much with Alice.


Despite not making much of a splash in Japan or in the USA, the series did prove quite popular in several countries -- enough so that the second half of the series was created primarily for those markets.

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Despite not making much of a splash in Japan or in the USA, USA (though both the English and French dubs were broadcast in Canada), the series did prove quite popular in several countries -- enough so that the second half of the series was created primarily for those markets.


Despite not making much of a splash in Japan or in the USA, the series did prove quite popular in several countries -- enough so that the second half of the series was created exclusively for those markets.

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Despite not making much of a splash in Japan or in the USA, the series did prove quite popular in several countries -- enough so that the second half of the series was created exclusively primarily for those markets.


''Alice in Wonderland'' (''Fushigi no Kuni no Alice'') is a 1983 anime that loosely adapts the Creator/LewisCarrol novels ''Literature/AlicesAdventuresInWonderland'' and ''Literature/ThroughTheLookingGlass'' into a children's TV series. It was created via a collaboration between the Japanese studio Creator/NipponAnimation and the German firm Apollo Films.

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''Alice in Wonderland'' (''Fushigi no Kuni no Alice'') is a 1983 anime that loosely adapts the Creator/LewisCarrol Creator/LewisCarroll novels ''Literature/AlicesAdventuresInWonderland'' and ''Literature/ThroughTheLookingGlass'' into a children's TV series. It was created via a collaboration between the Japanese studio Creator/NipponAnimation and the German firm Apollo Films.

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''Alice in Wonderland'' (''Fushigi no Kuni no Alice'') is a 1983 anime that loosely adapts the Creator/LewisCarrol novels ''Literature/AlicesAdventuresInWonderland'' and ''Literature/ThroughTheLookingGlass'' into a children's TV series. It was created via a collaboration between the Japanese studio Creator/NipponAnimation and the German firm Apollo Films.

Despite not making much of a splash in Japan or in the USA, the series did prove quite popular in several countries -- enough so that the second half of the series was created exclusively for those markets.


''Alice in Wonderland'' (''Fushigi no Kuni no Arisu'') is an anime (coproduced with West Germany) adaptation of the novel ''Literature/AlicesAdventuresInWonderland'' which ran on the Japanese Creator/TVTokyo network (co-production by affiliate station TV Osaka) from March 26, 1983 to October 10, 1984. The series was a Japanese-German coproduction between Creator/NipponAnimation and Apollo Films. The series consists of 52 episodes, however, only 26 made it to the U.S.

In the English language, this series is generally overshadowed by the success of Creator/{{Disney}}'s [[WesternAnimation/AliceInWonderland 1951 feature film version of the story]]; however, the anime series was quite popular in various European countries (such as France), Israel, in Latin America, Iran, and in the Arabic-speaking world. The English dub was telecast in Canada in the 1980s on the provincial public broadcaster TV Ontario, and the French dub on Radio-Canada (the French-language CBC). The series was also dubbed in Hindi by the national film development board of India and telecasted on Doordarshan in the early 1990s.


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