Alice and Julius the cat are riding an elephant through the jungle. Julius falls and is nearly eaten by crocodiles but manages to escape nevertheless. Meanwhile, two elephant children are ... See full summary »

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Alice and Julius the cat are riding an elephant through the jungle. Julius falls and is nearly eaten by crocodiles but manages to escape nevertheless. Meanwhile, two elephant children are having fun at a watering hole and a monkey barber has his barber pole eaten by a hippo, who mistakes it for a candy cane. Julius tries to remedy the latter injustice by starching up a tiger's striped tail and knocking it off, using it as a replacement pole. Alice hunts a lion who proves to be too much for her to handle, but Julius bravely comes to the rescue. Written by jjwbenso

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15 December 1925 (USA)  »

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Entertaining.
28 April 2012 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

Walt Disney produced a series of Alice films in the early 1920s--long before Mickey was created. In these films, a real little girl, Alice (Virginia Davis), would have adventures in the cartoon world. Her friend on these adventures was her cat. Here in "Alice in the Jungle", we find the pair in Africa. Much of the time, the cat fights with various animals (including crocodiles and lions) while you don't really see that much of Alice except at the beginning and ending of the short. There isn't a lot of depth to this one--and I must admit it's not one of the better Alice films--but it is still very entertaining--and a bit surreal. It all has a nice, silly cartoon feel that you enjoy in the other films and is worth your time--especially to see Walt's roots.


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