Sound Editing - Echo Film Services, Joseph Melody Re-recording Mixers - Walter Goss, Douglas Botnick, Rex Slinkard Sound Mixer - Don Rush Special Effects Supervisor - Joseph A. Until then she will be stuck in Looking-Glass World, where everything is the reverse of what she expected. Musical numbers aside, the adaptation goes on to , aided with costumed actors. She is informed by The Owl that the Jabberwocky may come back any time and reveals to her that it is a creation of Alice's own fears. As in a previous comment about this movie, I also was able to find Through the Looking Glass the second half of the movie much easier and, I daresay cheaper. It's fair to say that the production is hamstrung both by its budget, and by the technology of the time it was made a few years after ground-breaking digital image manipulation devices like those from Quantel were available, but before they were widely adopted within the industry. The Jabberwocky scares Alice and she wishes it away, it disappears as she hides behind the chessboard, knocking it over.
Some adaptations have opted for performers in their teens thirteen year-old Tina Majorino in Hallmark's 1999 adaptation, or sixteen year-old Fiona Fullerton in the 1972 film, for example , others for even older actresses Charlotte Henry was twenty when she made Paramount's star-studded 1933 film, and Carol Marsh was a whopping twenty-three when she starred in Lou Bunin's largely-suppressed 1949 version. The series' designer was Spencer Chapman, who also worked on Anglia's Tales of the Unexpected. She eats one and shrinks to back to size. Trying to prove that she's not afraid, she keeps reading, but she gets very scared as the room becomes dark and the Jabberwocky appears in the house. She did not spend time eyeing and gushing over the celebrities, only Wonderland awed her.
My daughter is a great Barbie fan. Who would be able to watch whatever the hell Carol Channing is doing — dancing as seizure, bleating like a goat — without a sense of wonder? Most of the show was recorded on videotape a necessity, given the effects work required , with the live-action sequences dropped in from film inserts. Natalie Gregory Alice is only ten years oldand gives a spectacular performance. The thing I take away from repeated viewings in my childhood is how Alice in Wonderland shaped my tastes today: a fond appreciation for trash, low standards for musical theatre songwriting, a weird obsession with mid-century vaudevillians. Rexall and Coca-Cola sponsored this feature, and characters from the movie appeared in the Rexall commercials. After escaping the disturbing Queen of Hearts, she finds that she has ended up on the other side of the looking glass in Looking Glass Land and that there is a mind-created Jabberwocky after her.
Any comments, corrections, or additions to this site are most welcome. It is fun to watch celebrities that do not usually sing and dance. The company regularly performed - and, indeed, continues to perform - shows based on classic children's literature, such as Treasure Island and Pinocchio. The release of this film was heavily impacted upon by the Walt Disney studios, in anticipation of their own release the following year. But despite this odd moment, the overwhelming tone of the film is fun and silly and quite enjoyable for what it is trying to be.
Along her way once more Alice has an interesting conversation with talking flowers. Martin Short as Mad Hatter. Alice in Wonderland Commemorative Plate by George Terp Production Crew Producer - Teleplay - Paul Zindel Director - Harry Harris Film Editors - Richard E. One might have expected Shelley to have done so already, but we have to wait until Martha Raye as the Duchess to have the scenery chewed. Uses Carroll's exact words and unmasked characters to present a trippy mid sixties version of the book.
She runs happily back home, but finds that nobody is there. The powers-that-be behind this one seem to be Steve Allen and his friends. The train comes to a screeching stop and the Conductor tells her to get off the train. According to the end credits, the Anglia series was inspired and based upon an early production put on by the famous Da Silva Puppets group at the Norwich Puppet Theatre which was founded in 1979. Martha Raye almost gets it, but is allowed to clomp her way off instead.
For a more detailed description of the film and images see here: at kiddiematinee. Since then, I have searched long and hard to find this movie. Alice pines for her Mother and Father, who she fears she'll never see again. It sticks closely to the books, though it is a noisy production with not much heart. A mixture of live action and stop motion animation. The film's last shot is of her waving goodbye to them with a as they sing to her. The scene ends with a cute little piglet running from the set.
It adds a musical element which don't overpower the story. Alice is to play a pawn, and finds herself now on the second square. There's no proof that he did it, but again there is no proof that he didn't do it, nor is there proof that anybody else did it, which proves him guilty, according to the Queen. The production is a simple, flat, presentation containing only a few elements of the first book. This article's plot summary may be.
Alice looks around and is back in the forest again. This is the first production by a major Hollywood studio. Alice must overcome her fears to defeat the Jabberwocky. Finally Alice finds her way to her castle, where a great feast has been set in her honor, with many of the characters in attendance from her journey. With the advice of a wise owl and royal chess pieces on her mind, she ventures home, vowing to grow up in this two-part movie which remains most faithful to the original stories written by Lewis Carroll. Poor Robert made a career out of playing morons, and his King of Heart is no exception.