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The Care Bears Adventure in Wonderland (1987)

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The Care Bears and Alice set out to stop an evil wizard from taking over Wonderland.



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Cast overview:
Bob Dermer ...
Grumpy Bear (voice)
Eva Almos ...
Dan Hennessey ...
Brave Heart Lion / Dum (voice)
Jim Henshaw ...
Good Luck Bear (voice)
Luba Goy ...
Keith Knight ...
White Rabbit (voice)
Tracey Moore ...
Alice (voice)
Colin Fox ...
Wizard (voice)
John Stocker ...
Dim / Cheshire Cat (voice)
Don McManus ...
Caterpillar (voice)
Elizabeth Hanna ...
Alan Fawcett ...
Flamingo (voice)
Keith Hampshire ...
Alyson Court ...
Princess (voice)


The cuddly Care Bears star in this charming feature-length adaption of the classic story of Alice in Wonderland. A young girl named Alice and the Care Bears travel together into the whimsical land of the Mad Hatter and the March Hare. In this magical story about friendship and trust, Alice and the Care Bears try to thwart an evil wizard's attempt to become the King of Wonderland. Written by Anonymous

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There's trouble in Wonderland - It's the Care Bears to the rescue in a magical FULL LENGTH FEATURE FILM packed with adventure


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7 August 1987 (USA)  »

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$2,608,000 (USA)

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This was the only Care Bears movie ever released on Laserdisc in North America. (In the United Kingdom, contrary to popular belief, Vestron Video released The Care Bears Movie (1985) on that format in 1985.) See more »


Tenderheart Bear: We're willing!
Good Luck Bear: And ready!
Brave Heart Lion: And able!
Lots-A-Heart Elephant: And that's the truth!
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During the credits, Grumpy Bear and the Cheshire Cat are seen rapping. See more »


Featured in Troldspejlet: Episode #34.2 (2005) See more »


The King of Wonderland
Performed by Colin Fox
Written by John Sebastian
Produced by John Sebastian and David Greene
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good stuff, one particular memorable song
14 December 2005 | by (Klang, Malaysia) – See all my reviews

Well, let's start with the songs. In particular, the one titled "Have anybody seen this girl?". This song is by far one of the most gosh-darn addictive and memorable song I've ever heard. For some odd reason, though I no longer have the videocassette with me (my mom actually borrowed it from a friend, and have since returned it. We did get a copy of the video for our own, but it went missing shortly after too), and I've not seen the movie for around ages now, I still remember the tune to the song. I also rather remember the other songs on the movie - the one that goes "I'm mad about hats", the opening "Rise and Shine" song, and I do vaguely remember the Grumpy bear rapping end sequence.

SPOILER FOLLOWS: Overall story is kinda okay. Story starts with one of the bear's cousin's cousins or something or other appearing - it seems that the princess of Wonderland is lost. So they go search around and somehow ends up with a girl that looks just like the princess, except that the girl's name is Alice. They take her through the mirror, and we learn that the wizard is somewhat of a cog and plans to turn Wonderland into a dull gray place. Also, in a weird twist of plot,the queen turns out to be not nasty at all. She has found out that the evil wizard has kidnapped the real princess and locked her up somewhere, but without proof, she cannot take action against the wizard. So she needs to use Alice as a decoy while the Care Bears go look for the real princess. They managed to find the princess thanks to the Mad Hatter, and on another weird twist, it turns out that the Jabberwocky(think his name was Stan or something alike) was also a good guy - he was just being mean because he has a splinter stuck to his foot(cliché stuff, that). They managed to switch the princess with Alice in time for the most impossible trial of all, and upon completion of the task, the wizard, in a rage of absentmindedness, blurts out his plans for all to hear, and thus ends up getting locked up. Then they go back to Care-a-lot, and Grumpy busts a rap about food or something as the credits start to roll.

Verdict: memorable movie, and if I find the DVD or VideoCD or even videocassette on a shelf at a store, I'll no doubt snap it up. The plot itself is just mediocre, but the way the plot was written and executed

  • brilliant. Lots of humor, the music is darn memorable, and the
characters - pleasant voice, captivating and not annoying at all. I didn't really think much of the Care Bear's TV show back in the 80s, but this movie is good stuff. Okay, maybe it's happy-sappy delusion syndrome, but remembering the songs has got to mean something positive, right?

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