Alice In Wonderland 1985
Sometimes she's too big. Or much too small. Sometimes things are backwards. And there's always too much pepper in the soup! Nothing is quite right since Alice chased a very unusual White Rabbit and stumbled into an adventure that grows curiouser and curiouser. One of the greatest childhood fantasies ever is captured in Irwin Allen's colorful, all-star production adapted from Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. Steve Allen wrote the jolly, witty songs and more than a dozen Hollywood stars join in the wondrous fun. Alice is looking for a way home. And happy to be welcomed into yours.
2 members reviewed: Alice In Wonderland 1985
- Mary P
This is such a fun movie. There is a lot of music and dance. Some of the scenes are a little scary, but parents know their children best. I believe it is must own.
- Moira M
I am well aware the Dove Society rates this as 12+, however I am certain that rating is due to the "Jabberwocky" scenes later in the film.
I saw this movie when I was released on tv as a miniseries, I was either four or five years old and it was brand new. I have LOVED it my entire life. The Jabberwocky is scary, a bit, but I have watched it with my three kids and even my 6 year old knows it is not real and did not get nightmares or thoroughly scared by it.
The cast is simply amazing and reads like a "who's who" of Hollywood at the time...Carol Channing, John Stamos, Pat Morita, Red Buttons, Sammy Davis Jr as the Caterpillar, simply fabulous! Those are the ones I remember right off the top of my head but there are oh, so many more! Definitely well worth a family movie night!