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Alice of Wonderland in Paris (1966)

After Wonderland, Alice dreams of going to Paris. A mouse named Francois, the grandson of Anatole, agrees to take her there if she will tell him her favorite cheese. Along the way they share several stories.

Director:

Gene Deitch

Writers:

Gene Deitch (story), Ludwig Bemelmans (stories) | 3 more credits »
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Cast

Cast overview:
Luce Ennis Luce Ennis ... Queen (voice)
Norma MacMillan Norma MacMillan ... Alice (voice) (as Norma Mac Millan)
Howard Morris ... The Frowning Prince / King (segment "The Frowning Prince") / Grand Wizard (voice)
Carl Reiner ... Anatole (voice)
Trinka Snyder Trinka Snyder ... Princess Lenore (voice)
Allen Swift Allen Swift ... François / Narrator / King (segment "Many Moons") / Lord High Chamberlain (voice)
Lionel Wilson Lionel Wilson ... Royal Mathematician / Royal Wizard / Jester (voice)
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After Wonderland, Alice dreams of going to Paris. A mouse named Francois, the grandson of Anatole, agrees to take her there if she will tell him her favorite cheese. Along the way they share several stories.

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Now the Screen Brings You a New Kind of Entertainment!

Genres:

Animation | Fantasy

Certificate:

G
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

5 February 1966 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Alice in a New Wonderland See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Rembrandt Films (I) See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color (Eastmancolor)
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Trivia

This film was re-released to theaters in 1970 by Paramount as part of their "Family Matinee" series. See more »

Connections

Version of Alice Through the Looking Glass (1987) See more »

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Legendary status?
21 April 2007 | by thewingman_incSee all my reviews

Well, not legendary, however, timeless, maybe. My 3 year old and I just watched this film again, not that Digiview put it out on DVD, and she remained focused on the film from beginning to end. So, that says a lot! The story wasn't wonderful, but the way it grabbed my daughter's attention, was unique! I was also a bit amused as I watched this film. Realizing that I was watching this classic (meaning "old") of a film, and hearing Rob Reiner's voice was quite cool! Another rather cool thing is knowing that I can find films like this thru grocery stores like Walgreens & CVS. Although, one thing was...it was called something else. When I bought the film, it was called "Alice in Paris" but it was actually the very same film!


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