Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
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Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
Alice in Wonderland .
yes. Disneyland has both the teacups and a movie ride - you ride in little caterpillars!. Hope you enjoyed the quiz.
Bill. He had to go into the Rabbit's house to 'smoke' Alice out, but he ended up going flying when Alice sneezed. Poor Bill.
|After the Walrus and the Carpenter, the Tweedles tried to do another skit for Alice, but she left. Do you remember the name of this second skit?||Disney's 'Alice in Wonderland'
Old Father William. They were performing it on the big fallen log.
The Jabberwocky. 'Twas brillig and the slithy toves did gyre and gimble in the wabe.' Make sense to you?
no. 'I give myself very good advice, but I very seldom follow it'.
Tears. After crying so much because she thought she would never get out, Alice cries until almost drowning the Doorknob.
In shoes, hats, and trousers. 'Cats and rabbits would reside in fancy little houses, and be dressed in shoes, and hats, and trousers. In a world of my own'.
|After the doormouse hears the word 'cat', what do the Mad Hatter and March Hare have to put on his nose to calm him down?||Disney's 'Alice in Wonderland'
Jam. During one of their many 'Un-birthday' parties.
Mary Anne. Afterwards, Alice must go and find the Rabbit's gloves.
Pink, Green, and Aquamarine. After this scene, Alice is caught with the paintbrush by the Queen of Hearts.
3 inches. He tells Alice this after she is complaining about her height.
Bud. Like a little rose bud! So cute!
History. To which Alice replies, 'but how can one possibly pay attention to a book with no pictures in it'?
Kathryn Beaumont. Kathryn Beaumont, who beared a striking resemblance to Alice (as many characters do to their voices) also provided the voice for Wendy Darling in 'Peter Pan'.
white. The playing cards accidently painted white roses and they painted them red because The Queen of Hearts only wanted red roses.
croquet. They play croquet in the garden and the club is the flamingo and the hedgehog is the ball.
yes. They tell her the story to get Alice to stay and talk with them at the beginning of the movie.
yes. Kathryn Beaumont got the roles of Alice and Wendy because she was acting them out on stage to help the other actors and she got the parts.
1951. It premiered in England on July 26th, 1951 and was released in the United States 2 days later.
3 inches. During the movie he told Alice that he was "exactly 3 inches tall" and then he turned into a butterfly.
Bill. Bill was there trying to get Alice out of the White Rabbit's house when she got to big. Then Alice sneezed and Bill went into the sky and never came back.
no. Sterling Holloway provides the voice. He also did the voices of Winnie the Pooh and Kaa the Snake ("Jungle Book").
Dinah. Dinah didn't go down the rabbit hole with Alice, she just waved goodbye to her.
dog. A dog with a broom for a face and tail sweeps away the path that Alice is walking down, causing her to get lost.
hedgehogs. She uses hedgehogs as the balls and birds as the mallets.
oysters. The Walrus eats the oysters in the shack that the Carpenter builds.
pink. He is pink with stripes.
apple. She drinks a bottle of water to change her size so she could fit through the door. She eats a cookie from the White Rabbit's house, not knowing it would change her size. The caterpillar told her to eat the mushroom to change her size again.
sunflower. The flowers sing to Alice.
ketchup. The Mad Hatter claims his watch is two days too slow.