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Alice In Wonderland Through the Ages

12 March 2010 7:29 PM, PST | Filmofilia | See recent Filmofilia news »

We decided to start our little research of immortal young lady Alice in Wonderland, that still, after exactly 145 years, has a power to inspire directors all over the world.

You all guess that the main reason for this certainly is the latest, Tim Burton’s new incarnation of this story.

But let’s start from a beginning. We were all young, we all liked fairy-tales (well, some of us still do), and enjoyed so many characters, we all had our special heroes. Then, what’s so magical about this story, when it still manages to stay on the top of the list?

Ok, we all know the facts, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland is written by the English author Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, who used a pseudonym Lewis Carroll. The story tells what happens to a girl named Alice who falls down a rabbit-hole into a fantasy world which is populated »

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Alice in Wonderland: Classic Film Collection on DVD

24 February 2010 8:00 PM, PST | | See recent MoviesOnline news »

Fall down the rabbit hole and discover – or rediscover – wondrous adventures with the Alice in Wonderland: Classic Film Collection,a special collector’s set onDVD March 30 from Infinity Entertainment Group.

Lewis Carroll’s whimsical 1865 novel, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland,was a cinematic favorite long before Johnny Depp “went Mad.”  The first film (just eight minutes) was produced in 1903. With dozens of versions since for stage, film and TV, its beloved characters have been played by some of Hollywood’s most legendary actors.

Special collector’s set, with rare film, includes:

Alice in Wonderland (1915) — The first version near to the novel, this silent movie starred Viola Savoy. Though many believe the film to be lost in its entirety, includes all 52 minutes. Produced long before CGI, the creatures are costumed actors and the absence of dialogue creates a surreal, dreamlike quality. Also stars Elmo Lincoln, who went on to fame as the original Tarzan. »

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