Live action with the sequence "The Walrus and the Carpenter" animated by Harman-Ising.
On May 9, 1933, Paramount secured the rights to Lewis Carroll's story, thus preventing Mary Pickford and Walt Disney's planned feature, which would have combined live action and animation as well.
Sterling Holloway, who portrayed The Frog, voiced The Cheshire Cat in Disney's 1951 animated feature film "Alice in Wonderland."
This film did not have a legitimate home video release until 2010. The popularity of that year's Disney motion-capture "Alice in Wonderland" helped lead to the earlier film's release on DVD.
Soundtrack: "Rock-a-Bye Baby," Music and Lyrics by Effie I. Canning; "Home, Sweet Home," Lyrics by John Howard Payne, Music Partly Composed and Arranged by H.R. Bishop From a Sicilian Air; "Speak Roughly to Your Little Boy," Words by Lewis Carroll, Sung by Alison Skipworth; "Twinkle Twinkle Little Bat," Music by Dimitri Tiomkin and Nat W. Finston, Words by Lewis Carroll, Sung by Edward Everett Horton and Charles Ruggles; "Beautiful Soup," Music by Dimitri Tiomkin and Nat W. Finston, Words by Lewis Carroll, Sung by Cary Grant; "Hush-a-Bye Lady in Alice's Lap," Sung to the tune of "Rock-a-Bye Baby," Music by Effie I. Canning, Words by Lewis Carroll, Sung by Edna May Oliver; "Fill Up the Glasses," Music by Dave Franklin, Words by Lewis Carroll, Sung by All; "Walk a Little Faster," Music by Dave Franklin, Words by Lewis Carroll.
Alice in Wonderland Production Information
Traditional, Hand-drawn Animation.
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