Alice in Wonderland is the composite title often given to Lewis Carroll's two Alice novels, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There. Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, which was written in 1865, tells the story of a girl named Alice who falls down a rabbit hole into the magical world of Wonderland, where she meets a variety of strange and often.
I personally think that the 1985 “Alice In Wonderland” was the finest adaptation ever made. The casting was remarkable, the songs were fun and most of all it was so faithful to the books. And yeah, that Jabberwocky was scary as hell. I actually think that Tim Burton fanned with his Jabberwocky, it could have been way scarier and didn’t live up to my 1985 expectations, especially in 3D.
The 1985 made-for-TV version of ALICE IN WONDERLAND, the one with all the celebrities. It was a great movie for kids! Minus the rather disturbing cameo by It was a great movie for kids! Minus the rather disturbing cameo by CAROL CHANNING, wherein she sings about jam and convulses, and even more frighteningly, when she just fucking loses it.
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Tardy to the Party 207: Alice in Wonderland(1985) This week Daniel and Bill talk about the mistake that is the sad movie star filled, cheap as free, made for TV movie from 1985, Alice in Wonderland! Why are the costumes so bad? Were these people still famous by 1985? Why would anyone willingly watch this garbage? Find out on this week’s Tardy to the Party! Next week we’re off on a jet.
Oh yeah, and my Alice is the 1985 made-for-TV Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll, with the Jabberwocky, Carol Channing, and classic eighties cinematography. jo says: Mar 9, 2010 at 2:13 pm.
Sometimes she's too big. Or much too small. Sometimes things are backwards. And there's always too much pepper in the soup! Nothing is quite right since Alice chased a very unusual White Rabbit and stumbled into an adventure that grows curiouser and curiouser. One of the greatest childhood fantasies is captured in Irwin Allen's colorful production adapted from Lewis Carroll's.
We ended up watching the rest of the 1985 TV-movie Alice in Wonderland, a bit of an endurance test because it was originally shown as a two-part miniseries and it’s three hours and four minutes long in total, and it got a bit better as it went on. The pluses in this one are the marvelous production design (by John Bristow, Phillip M. Jefferies, and Kenneth Sharp, with Ross Bellah and Hub.