Over the last nearly 150 years, since Alice's Adventures in Wonderland have been published, there have been many numerous attempts to bring Lewis Carrol's novels to film and television, with the 2010 Tim Burton version being the latest adaptation. But of all these, my favourite has always been Disney's 1951 animated film, which despite some flaws, successfully captured (even in a Disney-fied manner) the wonder of the book.
I'm relatively certain that most people would be somewhat familiar with the basics of the story, but if you aren't, then here goes. When Alice (Kathryn Beaumont) falls down a rabbit hole, she enters a world where nothing is what it seems, inhabited by strange creatures and talking animals, lorded over by the Queen of Hearts (Verna Felton), who rules the land with an iron fist.
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