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Alice in Wonderland

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Transcript of Alice in Wonderland

1951
1865
Alice in Wonderland
2010
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
Alice in Wonderland
Setting & Plot
Alice In Wonderland
Tim Burton
The Warrior
Plays the role of the heroine
Curious
Brave
Different than the book
Represents the Super ego
The Ruler
White: purity, innocence
Not represented in the book
Represents the Id
The Queen
Red: disorder, blood, sacrifice
Portrayed similar in the book
The Wise One
Blue: secure, tranquil, spiritual purity

The Trickster
Intelligent
Portrayed similar in the book
The Artist
Caregiver
Side kick
Different than in the book
Setting
Themes and Messages
Additions/Omissions
Target Audience
Plot
Beginning
Alice is proposed to but runs away

She falls down the rabbit hole and ends up in 'Underland' for a second time

Once she arrives the Red Queen targets her



Lewis Carroll (1865)
Middle
Alice is supposed to be 13 years older than her last trip to Wonderland

The Gazibo is at the beginning of the movie, where she is proposed to.
The Queen of Hearts' castle is where Alice pretends to be 'Uhm' from Umbridge

Where the sword is kept

A place of power and evil
Wonderland: Where the bulk of the story is placed
Usually is dying and dark
Where Alice is sent to fulfill her heroic destiny

A battle between the White Queen and Red Queen
The Mad Hatter's Tea Party

Where the Mad Hatter meets Alice for a second time

Darker than the book

Where Alice is known to be in Underland
The White Queen's Castle

Light, purity, innocence, timelessness
Where the power of Underland was
Characters
Plot
Acts of violence and mild profanity
White Queen
Battle Scene
Proposal
Renamed 'Underland'
Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dumb
Slaying the Jabawaki

No Duchess
No growing in the house
No lobster, Gryphon, and Mock Turtle
No trial concerning tarts

Bravery is important

Imagination is healthy

Good vs Evil


Similar character
Doubtful
Cowardly compared to others
Jumpy
More important role in film
Brave

Introduced in Through the Looking Glass
Supporting roles

Target Audience
Setting
Alice sneaks into the Red Queen's castle

She pretends to be Uhm from Umbridge

She takes the sword that belongs to the White Queen

Everyone is rescued from the Red Queen's castle
End
Alice's destiny and purpose is to slay the Jabawaki to create order and bring Underland to its former glory

The battle between the Red Queen and the White Queen commences

Alice slays the Jabawaki

The Kingdom is handed over to the White Queen

Queen of Hearts Castle
Mad Hatter's Tea Party
Wonderland
Alice
Chesire Cat
Rabbit
Catapillar
Queen of Hearts
Mad Hatter
Alice is with her sister and spots the white rabbit
Follows the rabbit down the rabbit hole
Finds a small door and opens it with a key on the table, but is too big in size
Drinks a potion to make her smaller
Creates a pool of tears
The rabbit thinks Alice is a servant
Alice wonders into the rabbit's home and is too big, but later eats bread and shrinks again
Meets a catapillar and asks for advice
She finds a dutchess with a crying baby along with a Cheshire Cat
Travels to the March Hare's house and finds the Mad Hatter and the mouse
She finds a door to the Queen of Hearts castle and plays croquet
The Dutchess tells Alice to visit the Mock Turtle and the Gryphon
Tart Trial
Queen issues Alice to be beheaded
She wakes up from the dream
Mock Turtle & Gryphon
Middle Age - 8-12yrs
More complex
Includes sub-plots + secondary characters
3 books in the series
Higher end of Middle Age readers
Walt Disney (1951)
Realeased in 1951
Produced by Walt Disney
Based primarily on Lewis Carroll's original version
Characters & Reationships
Alice
close resemblance to the illustrations in the book
Innocent
Naive
Curious
Repremanding
Childish
Pure
Intelligent
Cheshire Cat
Mysterious
Sneaky
Odd
Magical
Similar to the original verison, but the disney made it more cartoony and added more magical elements
Trickster
archetype
The White Rabbit
Acts as a guide for Alice
Reason for Alice's curiosity
Forgetful
Bashful
Timid
Nervous
"I'm late!"
Catapillar
Wise
Unfriendly
Teaches Alice how to cope with the difficulties in Wonderland (the mushroom)
archetypal teacher
The Mad Hatter
Relatable to the book
"Mad" - insane
Un-organized
Distressed
The Queen of Hearts
Dominant female character
Holds a great value of power in Wonderland
Plays by her own rules
Bad tempered
Evil Villian archetype
Tweedle Dee
and Tweedle Dum
Annoying
Childish
Story Tellers
No relevance to the book, they are introduced in the second book in the series
* the plot essentially stays the same in comparison to the book*
Target Audience
This film has been rated G for General Audiences
Additions Omissions
Musical numbers (entertainment purposes) "Disney"
Story of the Walrus and the Carpenter
Alice's mother is present
Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum are present
The talking flowers
Alice's sister is not mentioned
The Gryphon and the Mockturtle
Sass toward the royals (The King and Queen of Hearts)
No Lobsters
No dutchess
Themes & Messages
Imagination
Always keep to your word
Believe in yourself
Works Cited
http://www.alice-in-wonderland.net/
http://www.englit.org/eiland_shared/critical/mythicons.htm
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