Alice In Wonderland

7.41 h 15 min1951X-RayG
Disney's animated, classical version of Alice's adventures after she tumbles down a rabbit hole into a realm of curious creatures that defy logic at every turn.
Clyde GeronimiWilfred JaxonHamilton Luske
Kathryn BeaumontHeather AngelEd Wynn
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Jerry ColonnaVerna FeltonRichard HaydnSterling HollowayJim MacDonaldJ. Pat O'MalleyBill ThompsonDoris Lloyd
Clyde GeronimiWilfred JaxonHamilton Luske
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J. BrewsterReviewed in the United States on May 1, 2019
4.0 out of 5 stars
Not the best, but still fun
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My conflicted thoughts on Alice in Wonderland. Reportedly, Walt was away from this production as he was getting Disneyland ready, and would not look at footage or boards for weeks at a time. It shows in the final product. The animation is still the best in the world, the music is wonderful, but as many have said before me - the story has no heart. Walt's life blood and sweat does not flow on the screen. An early indication of what animation would be like in the immediate years after his death. Still, it should be in your Disney collection. However, all that said, when you watch it, think to yourself that it was made without computers or motion capture. Everything is drawn by hand. Based on that, it's a masterpiece.
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JoeReviewed in the United States on September 2, 2019
5.0 out of 5 stars
A lesson for Alice and todays youth.
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This is an interesting story by Disney which happens to fit with todays generation. Alice wants to change the laws of how things work in order to benefit herself. After going down the rabbit hole, it doesn't take her long to see that reversing the order of things is nonsense and even crazy. Without giving much away, by the end of the film Alice just wants to wake up from this madness. Disney was spot on with this film and is a must see for any Disney fan. I find this to be one of their best films along with: Sleeping Beauty, Pinocchio, and Beauty and the Beast. The blu-ray looks great!
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jasonmeisterReviewed in the United States on September 29, 2016
4.0 out of 5 stars
I do enjoy the fact once you purchase Digital Disney movie content
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I do enjoy the fact once you purchase Digital Disney movie content, even from Amazon it will likely come with the Disney Anywhere option so if you have your Disney movies linked through Amazon and/or google, and/or Vudu or any other 3rd party digital streaming service, you can watch your Amazon purchased movie on any one of those other formats. In my situation, when I bought Alice and Wonderland the animated movie from Amazon at a special price and later linked my Disney Anywhere movies with my Amazon Account, I was able to watch Alice in Wonderland through my YouTube app under my purchased content. YouTube always seems to stream much faster and with less flaws than the Amazon Video Player on my PS4.
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AlyssaMTReviewed in the United States on January 17, 2016
5.0 out of 5 stars
Cats and Rabbits!
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This movie has been my Disney favorite since I was a kid and still to this day I can watch it and still feel the same enjoyment like when I was a kid. I think this is one of those Disney movies that can still reach kids of this generation and you do not need new graphic designs for it. Now when kid shows that are Disney related are revamped they have this new graphic design which is really odd and very 3D like. I do not personally like, however, I find some older Disney movies kids might not like because the graphic shift over the years.

However, I think movies like Alice in Wonderland and Mulan are movies that graphics wise are still very rich and grab everyone's attention. Alice is such a great Disney movie because of the randomness of it all. The witty craziness of the characters and how it all comes together in weird ways. As a kid it's very entertaining and makes you want to live in Alice's world. I know I did!

My little cousin loves Frozen and Tangled just like any kids right now but she also has said to me about how much she loves Alice in Wonderland. I find it's really nice to see people still giving the older movies a chance and they can really stand up next to movies coming out now,I think. Alice is uplifting and adventurous. It's also dark and intriguing. It's everything you want in a story playing out in front of you.
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Carol CuadradoReviewed in the United States on June 9, 2019
5.0 out of 5 stars
For my families generations to come.
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All these old Disney "kid type" movies have been a part of my life. I am now 73 years young. I enjoyed these movies so much that I am stating in my will that they are not to be sold or thrown away. They are to be passed from one generation to the other until the discs can no longer be viewed. I regret that these kind of movies are no longer made.

Hollywood, what a shame.
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James SparksReviewed in the United States on February 24, 2016
5.0 out of 5 stars
Disney Captures the Madness
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Alice isn't considered(at least by Disney) to be in their 1st tier of Disney Animated Movies, and I don't understand why. Alice is very comparable to other movies that Disney considers Diamond, platinum, masterpiece, or whatever.

1. The Animation: I love the animation of this movie. Alice with Peter Pan mark for me the beauty of what ink and paint can do in the most classical sense. The colors are vibrant, and the characters are wonderfully drawn.

2. The story: Disney does a great job of capturing the absolute madness of this story. Some would say the plot makes no sense, and I'd say....exactly.

3. The voice talents: Disney had an incredible stable of talent from Ed Wynn, Sterling Holloway, J. Pat O'Malley, Thurl Ravenscroft, Mel Blanc,
and the voice of Alice is Kathryn Beaumont, who was also the voice of Wendy in Peter Pan.

The Movie I think deserves more respect than Disney gives it, it's a true masterpiece
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TRose2020Reviewed in the United States on February 18, 2017
4.0 out of 5 stars
"A very Merry Un-Birthday to me.."
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This Disney classic follows young Alice after she falls down a rabbit hole into the magical world of Wonderland, where there is no logic but everything makes sense. On her journey she encounters a talking white rabbit, singing flowers, and a mad queen (just to name a few). Alice is a bit timid (this was made in 1951, so it fits the time) and sometimes you just want her to get up and do something about the situations she end up in - which is why I prefer the live-action Disney version, but this one is still a classic.
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AGReviewed in the United States on January 26, 2016
5.0 out of 5 stars
A classic
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I started a new tradition this year of getting my daughter a movie every year on Christmas Eve to watch that night. She's been really into all the old Disney movies I used to watch growing up. When I was browsing for which one to give her this year, I came across Alice In Wonderland and had to get it for her! This was one of my favorites as a kid and I knew she would love it. I really liked that it came with both a DVD/Blue-Ray combo since not all DVD players read Blue-Ray. The quality of the Blue-Ray is amazing though! I absolutely adore this movie and my daughter really loved it too! She doesn't sit still too well, but she watched all of it. I've always liked the vivid imagination of the story and hope to encourage that in her as well.
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