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In this Disney animated adaptation of Lewis Carroll's classic tale, Alice (voice of Kathryn Beaumont) follows a talking white rabbit down his hole and discovers a magical Wonderland full of adventure and amazing characters.
Why Is Alice in Wonderland (Disney’s) Rated G?
Alice in Wonderland (Disney’s) is rated G
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Violence: A young girl finds herself in difficult and perilous situations throughout the movie. These include shrinking, growing, falling, near-drowning, being lost, as well as being threatened verbally and physically. Slapstick violence and property damage are depicted. A walrus befriends baby oysters so he can eat them. A character threatens to execute others for minor offences. An unjust trial is held and a character is forced to run for her life.
Sexual Content: A buxom woman adjusts her bra, and her underwear is briefly seen.
Language: Verbal threats are uttered.
Alcohol / Drug Use: Magic food causes characters to grow or shrink. Various characters use a pipe, cigar, and hookah-pipe (the exhaled smoke from one of them makes a child cough).
Note: The DVD and Blu-ray contain an anti-smoking disclaimer that runs before the movie begins.
Other: A child expresses deep concern when she is lost and fears she will never find her way home. Strange looking creatures and nightmarish sequences may frighten young viewers.
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Alice in Wonderland was Walt Disney’s fifth full-length feature animated film. The first four were Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Pinocchio, Fantasia and Bambi. His studio made a live-action version of Alice In Wonderland in 2010, with Tim Burton at the helm.
Kathryn Beaumont not only lent her voice to the character of Alice, but also to Wendy in Disney’s Peter Pan. Ed Wynn, who can be heard as the Mad Hatter in this film, plays a similar character hosting another hilarious tea party in the live-action movie Mary Poppins.
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Canadian Home Video Rating: G
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Home Video Notes: Disney’s Alice In Wonderland (1951): Two-Disc 60th Anniversary Blu-ray/DVD Combo
Release Date: 1 February 2011
-Blu-ray and DVD copies of the movie
- Through the Keyhole: A Companion’s Guide to Wonderland (View the movie in this special mode and discover references to the original Lewis Carroll classic - introduced by the voice of Alice, Kathryn Beaumont.)
- Disney View (Watch the movie in this expanded viewing experience with new Disney art in the wings of the screen.)
- Painting the Roses Red game (Help paint the roses red in the Queen’s garden. Careful, or someone could lose their head.)
- Walt Disney color TV introduction (From 1959 - A never-before-seen color TV intro by Walt)
- Reference Footage: Alice and the Doorknob (Kathryn Beaumont provides an introduction to this newly discovered reference footage of Alice talking to the doorknob)
- Pencil Test: Alice Shrinks (Kathryn Beaumont introduces a newly discovered pencil test of Alice shrinking)
- Reflections on Alice
- Operation Wonderland (now in hi-def)
- "I’m Odd" newly discovered Cheshire Cat song and intro
- Thru the Mirror Mickey Mouse animated short (now in hi-def)
- One-hour in Wonderland
- An Alice Comedy: Alice’s Wonderland
- Original theatrical trailers (1951 & 1974)