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Alice in Wonderland

Alice in Wonderland (1933) Feature Length Theatrical Animated Film

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Paramount Productions, Inc. (Live Action) Richard Arlen, Roscoe Ates, William Austin, Gary Cooper, Leon Errol, Louise Fazenda, W.C. Fields, Alec B. Francis; Full Voice Cast Full Voice Cast.. Norman Z. McLeod, Ewing Scott Louis D. Lighton, Emanuel Cohen, Benjamin Glazer , , Ellsworth Hoagland Dimitri Tiomkin, Nat W. Finston, Herman Hand, Howard Jackson, John Leipold, Oscar Potoker, Max Reese, Jack Virgil
  • 1933
  • Paramount Productions, Inc.
  • Paramount Productions, Inc.
  • Feature Length Theatrical Animated Film
  • Cartoon Characters: (Live Action) Cheshire Cat, Fish, William Austin, White Knight, Uncle Gilbert, White Queen, Humpty-Dumpty, King of Hearts, Rabbit, Mock Turtle, Cook, Mouse, Alice, Frog, Mad Hatter, Tweedledee, Joker, Sheep, Dodo Bird, Tweedledum, Red Queen, Queen of Hearts, March Hare, Dormouse, Duchess, Caterpillar, White King, White Pawn, The Baby, Two of Spades, Garden Frog, Leg of Mutton, First Executioner, Third Executioner, Miss Simpson the Governess, The Clock, Five of Spades, The Aunt, Plum Pudding, Seven of Spades, Second Executioner.
  • Vocal Talent: (Live Action) Richard Arlen (Cheshire Cat), Roscoe Ates (Fish), William Austin (Gryphon), Gary Cooper (White Knight), Leon Errol (Uncle Gilbert), Louise Fazenda (White Queen), W.C. Fields (Humpty-Dumpty), Alec B. Francis (King of Hearts), Richard "Skeets" Gallagher (as Skeets Gallagher) (Rabbit), Cary Grant (Mock Turtle), Lillian Harmer (Cook), Raymond Hatton (Mouse), Charlotte Henry (Alice), Sterling Holloway (Frog), Edward Everett Horton (Mad Hatter), Roscoe Karns (Tweedledee), Baby LeRoy (as Baby Le Roy) (Joker), Mae Marsh (Sheep), Polly Moran (Dodo Bird), Jack Oakie (Tweedledum), Edna May Oliver (Red Queen), May Robson (Queen of Hearts), Charles Ruggles (as Charlie Ruggles) (March Hare), Jackie Searl (Dormouse), Alison Skipworth (Duchess), Ned Sparks (Caterpillar), Ford Sterling (White King), Billy Barty (White Pawn, The Baby [uncredited]), Billy Bevan (Two of Spades [uncredited]), Colin Campbell (Garden Frog [uncredited]), Jack Duffy (Leg of Mutton [uncredited]), Harry Ekezian (First Executioner [uncredited]), Meyer Grace (Third Executioner [uncredited]), Ethel Griffies (Miss Simpson the Governess [uncredited]), Colin Kenny (The Clock [uncredited]), Charles McNaughton (Five of Spades [uncredited]), Patsy O'Byrne (The Aunt [uncredited]), George Ovey (Plum Pudding [uncredited]), Will Stanton (Seven of Spades [uncredited]), Joe Torillo (Second Executioner [uncredited]).
  • Directed By Norman Z. McLeod (as Norman Mc Leod).
    Assistant Director: Ewing Scott (uncredited).
  • Produced By Louis D. Lighton (uncredited).
    Executive Producers: Emanuel Cohen (uncredited), Benjamin Glazer (uncredited).
  • Animated By Hugh Harman (Segment "The Walrus and the Carpenter" [uncredited]), Rudolf Ising (Segment "The Walrus and the Carpenter" [uncredited]).
  • Written By Joseph L. Mankiewicz, William Cameron Menzies.
    Book: Lewis Carroll.
  • Edited By Ellsworth Hoagland (uncredited).

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  • Photographed By: Bert Glennon, Henry Sharp.
  • Art Direction: William Cameron Menzies (uncredited).
  • Settings: Robert Odell.
  • Costumes By: Newt Jones (as Newt Jons).
  • Masks By: Wally Westmore.
  • Sound Recording Engineer: Gene Merritt (uncredited).
  • Technical Effects: Farciot Edouart, Gordon Jennings.
  • Pageantry: LeRoy Prinz (uncredited).

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In 19th-century England, Alice becomes bored while reading a book in the company of her cat, and climbs on top of the fireplace to look into a mirror. Alice steps...  (more)

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