Alice in Wonderland (1951)

The Greatest A/V Oeuvre Of Disney’s Golden-Age Portfolio Of Animation, AIW is a breathtaking, avant-garde, hypnotic, druglike nirvana of pure childhood imagination, daydream, the puzzle of life, dark horizon of adulthood/death, loss of innocence, coming-of-age, and fantasy amongst the greatest film of the genre, honoring w. classic D23-magic – despite ~commodification – the major themes of Lewis Carrol’s humanistic, linguistic-pun, math/cuisine, didacticism-ending, Victorian-satirizing, roman à clef amongst the most influential and groundbreaking works of literature all-time. 9.5/10.

Plot Synopsis: Beyond your wildest fantasies: Lewis Carroll’s beloved tale is brought to life in this Disney animated classic. When Alice (Kathryn Beaumont), a restless young British girl, falls down a rabbit hole, she enters a magical world. There she encounters an odd assortment of characters, including the grinning Cheshire Cat (Sterling Holloway) and the goofy Mad Hatter (Ed Wynn). When Alice ends up in the court of the tyrannical Queen of Hearts (Verna Felton), she must stay on the ruler’s good side — or risk losing her head.

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