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“Curiouser and curiouser”
Ever wondered where does a famous quote like “Curiouser and curiouser!” come from?
You might know that it is from the Alice in Wonderland -book, but do you know exactly what made Alice voice these famous words?
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|These Quirky, Illustrated Quotes Will Lift You Away to the Magical World of Wonderland!
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These Quotes are Humorous and Enlightening, Thus why so many Love the movie so much.
Of course they are Quirky and Intriguing,
For now over a century and a half it has delighted and puzzled us in equal measure. We have fallen down the rabbit hole with Alice, taken tea with her and the Mad Hatter, been maddened by the Cheshire Cat and had to convince the Queen of Hearts that we didn’t steal her tarts! These quotes will bring back our own memories and spark new emagination each time you read or share them.
Alice in Wonderland was first published in 1865 and was inspired by a boat trip that author Lewis Carroll took with some family friends, the Liddell children, down the River Thames in Oxford. He told the youngest daughter, Alice, a story as they rowed along and she begged him to write it down. When he got home that evening he began straight away. We all owe that delightful little girl Alice a big Thank You for doing so.
The book, and its sequel Through The Looking Glass and What Alice Found There, have been translated into at least 65 languages, including Cornish and Latin, and countless film and theatre adaptations have been made.
What is your Favorite Movie Version? Or is it all =) smiles
|Alice in Wonderland||1903||film||silent film, directed by Cecil Hepworth and Percy Stow, UK|
|Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland||1910||film||silent film, directed by Edwin Stanton Porter: first film to be based on the book series|
|Alice in Wonderland||1915||film||silent film, directed by W. W. Young|
|Alice in Wonderland||1931||film||talkie, directed by Bud Pollard|
|Alice in Wonderland||1933||film||directed by Norman Z. McLeod, US|
|Betty in Blunderland||1934||film||Betty Boop cartoon based on ‘Alice in Wonderland’, directed by Dave Fleischer|
|Alice in Wonderland||1937||TV program||directed by George More O’Ferrall|
|Alice||1946||TV program||on BBC, starring Vivian Pickles directed by George More O’Ferrall, UK|
|Alice in Wonderland||1949||film||live-action/stop motion film, animation directed by Lou Bunin|
|Alice in Wonderland||1950||TV program||Broadcast on the CBS Ford Theatre, starring Iris Mann as Alice, directed by Franklin J. Schaffner.|
|Alice in Wonderland||1951||film||traditional animation, Walt Disney Animation Studios, a television promo (also Disney’s first ever TV production) entitled One Hour in Wonderland was released the prior year|
|Alice in Wonderland||1955||TV program||a live television adaptation of the 1932 Broadway version of the novel, co-written by Eva LeGallienne and directed by George Schaefer for the Hallmark Hall of Fame|
|Alice in Wonderland (or What’s a Nice Kid Like You Doing in a Place Like This?)||1966||television film||animated by Hanna-Barbera, with Janet Waldo as Alice|
|Alice in Wonderland||1966||television film||BBC television play directed by Jonathan Miller, UK|
|Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland||1972||film||British musical film, UK: second film to be based on the book series|
|Alice in Wonderland As Part of the Festival of Family Classics||1973||television film||Episode 14 of Festival of Family Classics, produced by Rankin/Bass|
|Alice in Wonderland||1976||film||American musical porno film, US|
|Alice in Wonderland||1981||film||Alisa v Strane Chudes, animation, Kievnauchfilm, USSR|
|Alice at the Palace||1982||film||film of Elizabeth Swados’s 1981 Alice in Concert with Meryl Streep|
|Alice Through the Looking Glass||1982||film||Alisa v Zazerkale, animation, Kievnauchfilm, USSR|
|Alice in Wonderland||1982||television film||directed by John Clark Donahue and John Driver, US|
|Alice in Wonderland||1983||television film||on PBS’s Great Performances, based on the 1982 Broadway 1932 revival|
|Alice in Wonderland||1983||TV series||Fushigi no Kuni no Arisu, anime, Nippon Animation, Japan|
|Alice in Wonderland||1985||TV series||on Anglia, puppetry by Stephen Mottram, UK|
|Alice in Wonderland||1985||television film||on CBS, directed by Harry Harris|
|Dreamchild||1985||film||directed by Gavin Millar|
|Alice in Wonderland||1986||TV miniseries||four 30-minute episodes on BBC, written and directed by Barry Letts|
|Alice Through the Looking Glass||1987||television film||animation, directed by Andrea Bresciani and Richard Slapczynski|
|Alice in Wonderland||1988||film||animation, Burbank Films Australia|
|Alice||1988||film||combination live action and stop motion, directed by Jan Švankmajer|
|Sugar & Spice: Alice in Wonderland||1991||film||short film, animation, written by Steve Kramer, Japan|
|Alice in Wonderland||1995||film||animation, directed by Toshiyuki Hiruma and Takashi Masunaga, Japan, US|
|Alice Through the Looking Glass||1998||television film||directed by John Henderson, with Kate Beckinsale as Alice, UK|
|Alice in Wonderland||1999||television film||directed by Nick Willing, UK, US, Germany|
|Alice Underground||1999||film||short film, written and directed by Robert E. Lee, US|
|Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland||2014||ballet||The Royal Ballet A co-production with The National Ballet of Canada|
|CBeebies Alice in Wonderland||2015||television film||BBC CBeebies Christmas Show for children tx BBC1 18 December 2015|
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