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Alice in Wonderland is a story about a girl named Alice who enters two dream worlds: Wonderland and the Looking Glass. It originated as two separate novels by the British writer Lewis Carroll, first published in the mid 19th century, that are usually combined into one book in re-releases.

Alice in Wonderland has become one of the most popular children's stories of all time, with a large Periphery Demographic due to its Parental Bonuses. It spawned numerous adaptations into other media, including a Disney franchise, as listed below. It's also the Trope Namer of Alice Allusion and Down the Rabbit Hole.


Alice and Wonderland and its adaptations include:




Live-action films

Animated films


  • Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (1960) complete unabridged audiobook, read and sung by Cyril Ritchard, with music by Alec Wilder and the New York Woodwind Quintet,note  including a facsimile copy of the first-edition Alice book. Through the Looking Glass followed in 1964, again read and sung by Ritchard with music by Wilder and a facsimile book. These can often be found on eBay for about $50. They have never been issued on CD.
  • Alice in Wonderland: A Musical Fantasy (1965), full-cast musical audio play, with an All-Star Cast of familiar British voices of the period (for example, Tommy Cooper and Bruce Forsyth as the Hatter and the March Hare), on a double LP. Never issued on CD, but a cassette version was released in 1989.

Anime and Manga

Comic Books

  • Snarked (2011-2012), a series about the adventures of The Walrus and The Carpenter.

Television series

  • Alice (2009) (2009) — A SyFy mini-series. When martial arts instructor Alice Hamilton sees her boyfriend, Jack Chase, being taken away by some mysterious men in a white van, she chases one of them Through the Looking-Glass... and into a Crapsack World. Guided by Hatter and The White Knight, Alice goes looking for Jack, but discovers that things aren't all that wonderful in Wonderland.

Tabletop games

Video games

Disney's Alice in Wonderland
Logo used to represent the 1951 film on Disney+ and DisneyLifenote 

Television series

Video games

Alternative Title(s): Alice In Wonderland, Alices Adventures In Wonderland