Alice in Wonderland: 1970's TV Version

Alice in Wonderland: 1970's TV Version

This is my favorite version of Alice (get Alice Through the Looking Glass as well.) I first viewed it through the eyes of a child, so the not-so-perfect makeup and costuming pre-CGI from the 80's doesn't bother me. The songs are great and I love the All Star cast with John Stamos, Carol Channing, Sammy Davis Jr. etc.

  • Pop in this dvd to refresh yourself on the story of Alice In Wonderland, so you will be better prepared for the new Tim Burton movie that's coming out!

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  • I loved this version. It begins with an elderly Alice (who the story was based on) on her way to the U.S. to participate in a celebration of Lewis Carol and his books. The movie then segues into flashbacks of her childhood and the... I loved this version. It begins with an elderly Alice (who the story was based on) on her way to the U.S. to participate in a celebration of Lewis Carol and his books. The movie then segues into flashbacks of her childhood and the fantasy world. This version was a bit darker. The puppets (made by Jim Henson's Workshop) were kind of scary and nightmarish.

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  • This 1999 U.K. version features, Kate Beckinsale (Underworld) and Ian Holm (Lord of the Rings). I definately haven't seen this one but would love to check it out. In this story, the Alice figure (KB) is an adult and is pulled into... This 1999 U.K. version features, Kate Beckinsale (Underworld) and Ian Holm (Lord of the Rings). I definately haven't seen this one but would love to check it out. In this story, the Alice figure (KB) is an adult and is pulled into the adventure while reading the story to her daughter.

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  • This was a great miniseries featuring creatures from Jim Henson's Workshop. Starring Tina Majorino (Waterworld), Whoopi Goldberg (Ghost), Ben Kingsley (Gandhi), Victor Garber (Alias) and Christopher Lloyd (Back to the Future).

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