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Alice's Wonderland (1923) Poster

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One scene in this film features a group of animated mice, one of whom is believed to be a precursor to Mickey Mouse.
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Walt Disney's first on film appearance.
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Since the last part of the only known print of the film is missing, for an airing on the Disney Channel's "Vault Disney" program, composer Alexander Rannie created a conjectural ending, adding an additional 30 seconds to the film and returning Alice safely home to her mother.
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This short film was never released theatrically; it was shown privately to Walt Disney's earliest distributors in 1923.
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Some interaction between the live actors and animated characters was so complicated that Virginia Davis' movements were composed of animated still photos.
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The first of the "Alice" series of cartoons.
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Margaret Davis, who played Alice's mother in the film, was the real-life aunt of Virginia Davis, who played Alice. Although many believe it to be her real mother, Virginia reveals in an interview on the Disney Treasures "Rarities" disc it was really her mother's sister.
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Virginia Davis' film debut.
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The live-action scenes were shot in the house of Virginia Davis' mother.
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