The blackandwhite short was the first in a series of walt disneys famous alice comedies and had a working title of alice in slumberland. Translations of through the lookingglass, carrolls 1871 sequel. There have been numerous film adaptations of alice s adventures in wonderland, over the years. Alice is sitting on a riverbank with her sister when a fullydressed, talking rabbit runs past her. The film was never shown theatrically, but was instead shown to prospective film distributors. Book one part one get notified when the way to wonderland. Alice, a sevenyear old girl, is feeling bored and drowsy while sitting on the riverbank with her elder sister. Some translations, with the first date of publishing and of reprints or reeditions by other publishers, are. Alices adventures in wonderland project gutenberg self. Jun 14, 2008 there are probably some people who would be paying a lot more than its actually worth to get a book from 1923 and if its an original and is in good shape.
Alice in wonderland themed romance score a books total score is based on multiple factors, including the number of people who have voted for it and how highly those voters ranked the book. Review of alices adventures in wonderland the british library. I completed this book, but have yet to edit itproof read completely. With autograph letter signed two pages on one sheet, to the editor of punch magazine, aug. Alice in wonderland popup book carroll, lewis, sabuda, robert on. A theory is that a part of the masters was lost and was replaced. The black cauldron 1985 the great mouse detective 1986 oliver & company 1988. But still, the best idea is to ask a book store worker or some book dealer or person that knows a lot about books. Any international shipping and import charges are paid in part to pitney bowes inc.
An irwin allen production, it used a huge allstar cast of notable actors and actresses. Alices adventures in wonderland book this editon first published 1945 by arthur barron ltd illustrated by harry riley, author lewis carroll vintagebygaslight 5 out of 5 stars 272. In contrast its illustrator, john tenniel, was a household name due to his work for comic magazine punch. The side binder includes gp and goldsmith for goldsmith publishing. This title was a part of the readers library series and features a forward by editor lucas lexow. If playback doesnt begin shortly, try restarting your. Its national mad hatter day on october 6 and its okay to blow milk out of. Sep 22, 2006 wonderland says goodbye to alex from the 1985 movie alice through the looking glass starring carol channing. Alice in wonderland 1986, a bbc adaptation directed by barry letts and. Directed by walt disney, hugh harman, carman maxwell.
A variety of films and television programmes based on alice s adventures in wonderland 1865 and its sequel through the lookingglass, and what alice found there 1871 by lewis carroll have been created. The film was produced by paramount pictures, featuring an allstar cast. This edition of alice in wonderland was published by j. Alice is a strong, intelligent character who maintains the proper balance between respect and independence. Translations of alices adventures in wonderland wikipedia. But you might want to keep it longer because then it will be worth more. This book can be used as wonderful tale for family discussion on so many levels. National mad hatter day october 6, 2020 national today. Lewis carrolls books alices adventures in wonderland and through the.
Margaret tarrant alice in wonderland book, alice in. Alice in wonderland and through the looking glass by lewis carroll. Alice in wonderland is a 1933 american precode fantasy film adaptated from the novels by lewis carroll. The first page within the book that has printing on it reads. Hardback nodustjacket, 1923, 1st edition thus, nfvg, asis, nojacket, condition. This is a reproduction of a book published before 1923.
Alice s adventures in wonderland by lewis carroll, includes 8 color plates. After a tumble down the rabbit hole, alice finds shelve alices adventures in wonderland. Alice s wonderland 1923 walt disney short silent film duration. Alice s adventures in wonderland commonly shortened to alice in wonderland is an 1865 novel written by english author charles lutwidge dodgson under the pseudonym lewis carroll. A variety of films and television programmes based on alices adventures in wonderland 1865 and its sequel through the lookingglass, and what alice found there 1871 by lewis carroll have been created. In 1923, when disney was still a 21year old filmmaker trying to make a.
Alices wonderland is a 1923 walt disney short silent film, produced in kansas city, missouri. In 1944, thirty of halls illustrations were used in the book walt disneys surprise package, which contained a telling of the original alice s adventures in wonderland story. Twisted alice in wonderland chikameanswisdom wattpad. Staying remarkably faithful to events and dialogue in the carroll book, alice in wonderland begins with alice annemarie mallik and her stern sister jo maxwellmuller primped and primed by their nonsensicallymuttering nurse freda dowie for a typically victorian excursion out into nature. Back in the day more like waaaay back in 1865, a novel was written by english mathematician charles lutwidge dodgson under the pseudonym lewis carroll. Alice in wonderland, antique prints depicting this famous childrens story, vintage prints of alice in wonderland from around 1880 to 1950. This book was considered a translation or derivative work of alice in wonderland, which entered the public domain in 1908. The film is an adaptation of the books by lewis carroll, the 1865 novel alice s adventures in wonderland and its 1871 sequel through the lookingglass, which featured his character alice.
While adults try to decipher lewis carrolls putative use of complex mathematical codes in the text, or debate his alleged use of opium, young readers simply dive with alice through the rabbit hole, pursuing the dreamchild moving through a land of wonders wild. It is all liveaction, except for the walrus and the carpenter sequence, which was animated by harmanising studio. Lewis carrolls 1865 novel alice s adventures in wonderland has been translated into 174 languages. Another treasured book in my collection that was passed down from my grandmother. Poor 510 dollars fair 1216 dollars good 2030 dollars excellent 4560 dollars. Alice in wonderland is a 1985 two part madefortelevision adventure family fantasy musical film of lewis carrolls books alices adventures in wonderland 1865 and through the lookingglass 1871. Dec 22, 2010 alice in wonderland 1966 is a bbc television play based on alice s adventures in wonderland by lewis carroll. The th of disneys animated features, the film premiered in new york city and london on july 26, 1951. The tale plays with logic, giving the story lasting popularity. Alices adventures in wonderland by lewis carroll, includes. Lewis carroll wrote alices adventures shelve alices adventures under ground. Alice in wonderland is a 1951 britishamerican animated musical fantasy film produced by walt disney productions and based on the alice books by lewis carroll. Films and television programmes based on alice in wonderland.
The following is a list of close adaptations, including sequels or. The relationship between alice in wonderland and walt disney even dates back to 1923 when he founded the. Do you think an alice in wonderland book, ed in 1923. Alice in wonderland is traditionally thought of as a childrens book although many adults secretly read it. In 1986, a fullsized alice s adventures in wonderland reprint was available with dozens of hall. Rare books by lewis carroll, including first editions, signed first editions, and finely bound copies of alice s adventures in wonderland. Alice in wonderland is a thirdperson adventure game that tells the story of alice. Carrolls two books, alice in wonderland and through the looking glass and what. In a world of my own from alice in wonderland lyrics. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. The th release of disneys animated features, the film premiered in london on july 26, 1951, and in new york city on july 28, 1951.
We are a long established company, owned by jeremy sewell, the well known enthusiast, dealer and expert in antique art. Your vintage 1925 edition of alice s adventures in wonderland and through the looking glass, written by lewis carroll, illustrated by john tenniel and edwin john prittie would have current resale values as follows based on condition. One of the most wellknown stories begins one golden summer afternoon. Source of legend and lyric, reference and conjecture, alices adventures in wonderland is for most children pure pleasure in prose. As this book has not been available for years, it is thus quite rare. It tells of a young girl named alice falling through a rabbit hole into a subterranean fantasy world populated by peculiar, anthropomorphic creatures. Alice in wonderland 1966 bbc part 1 video dailymotion. Alice in wonderland is a disney media franchise, commencing in 1951 with the theatrical release of the animated film alice in wonderland. Alice s wonderland is a 1923 walt disney short silent film, produced in kansas city, missouri. Alice im wunderland ursprunglich alices abenteuer im wunderland.
For over 125 years john tenniels superb illustrations for alices adventures in wonderland have been the perfect complement to lewis carrolls timeless story. Furthermore, if a book was originally published in the united states prior to 1989 without a valid notice appearing on the page, that book immediately entered the public domain upon publication. A delightful edition in which eric kincaid has used the original alice liddell for his inspiration for alice and populated the book with a colourful array of the myriad of characters whom alice interacts with during her adventures. Alices adventures in wonderland commonly shortened to alice in wonderland is an 1865 novel written by english author charles lutwidge dodgson under the pseudonym lewis carroll. With virginia davis, margaret davis, walt disney, hugh harman. Alice again enters a fantastical world, this time by climbing through a mirror into the world that she can see beyond it. Apr 28, 2014 good morning kate, thank you for getting back to me with that information. Jan 28, 2018 the first editions of the nursery alice. Through the lookingglass, and what alice found there also known as alice through the lookingglass or simply through the lookingglass is an 1871 novel by lewis carroll and the sequel to alice s adventures in wonderland 1865. Alices adventures in wonderland is an 1865 novel written by english author charles lutwidge. Walt disney animated alice in wonderland as part of a series of short. Alice in wonderland partially lost original draft of disney.
Aug 27, 2009 it is a red cover with alice in wonderland on the front lewis carroll on the bottom front. Alice in wonderland 1986 dvd bbc brings its whimsical 1986 adaptation of alice in wonderland to dvd. The language with the most editions of the alice in wonderland novels in translation is japanese, with 1,271 editions. Add books, bad salzdetfurth 2011, isbn 9783000340222 masterarbeit hochschule. Lewis carroll was the nomdeplume of charles lutwidge dodgson 18321898, author, mathematician, and photographer, best known to book collectors and children everywhere as the author of alices adventures in wonderland 1865, perhaps the best. It was directed by jonathan miller, then most widely known for his appearance in the longrunning satirical revue beyond the fringe. Apr 11, 2016 9 curious alice in wonderland adaptations curiouser and curiouser. It made me want to continue reading more book in this language. This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. Alices adventures in wonderland series by lewis carroll.
Alices adventures in wonderland lewis carroll hardcover. Jun 15, 2011 the secret world of lewis carroll alice in wonderland documentary timeline duration. Alices adventures in wonderland hardcover books inc. Alice in wonderland book is in good condition, the sleeve that the book goes in is a bit worn. The film is an adaptation of the books by lewis carroll, the 1865 novel alices adventures in wonderland and its 1871 sequel through the. Yet its original appeal was not to the younger aged child. Maybe lewis carroll thought to amend this after seeing the 1874 dutch simplified copy of alice in wonderland. Alice in wonderland is a 1951 american animated musical fantasyadventure film produced by walt disney productions and based on the alice books by lewis carroll. Amazon provides look inside both the print and ebook eds. This edition is a wonderful highquality version, the first to reproduce tenniels exquisite drawings from prints. Rare original pen and ink drawing, alice with flamingo chats with the duchess. Alice, a sevenyearold girl, is feeling bored and drowsy while sitting on the riverbank with her elder sister.
It tells of a girl named alice falling through a rabbit hole into a fantasy world populated by peculiar, anthropomorphic creatures. Alice visits an animation studio, where the animators show her various scenes on their drawing boards. Source of legend and lyric, reference and conjecture, alice s adventures in wonderland is for most children pure pleasure in prose. Lyrics to in a world of my own from alice in wonderland by disney from the classic disney 2006 box set album including song video, artist biography, translations and more. May 16, 2014 alices adventures in wonderland illustrated by margaret tarrant c lorion, margaret tarrant 18881959. The following is a list of close adaptations, including sequels or original works set in the same universe. One of the stories i began reading as part of my english learning.1098 452 1213 1269 1450 925 1204 455 880 195 817 866 834 203 899 762 1276 1050 236 1492 1488 60 766 330 507 283 548 675 735 412 1465 156 1254 181 687 152 787 682 1387 862 812 420 1279