#119 Alice in Wonderland

Alice is the main protagonist from Disney's 1951 film Alice in Wonderland and the book that the film was adapted from.Alice is a beautiful young girl living in what is assumed to be the Victorian era.Alice in Wonderland is the thirteenth animated feature film produced by Walt Disney in the Disney animated feature canonI'd like to play Alice in this film - Alice in Wonderland Tim Burton movie

Everyone knows the story of Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll. A young girl who falls down the rabbit hole and ends up in a upside down world. Alice goes on her own adventure facing her fears and realizing her strengths. In this classic children’s book Alice becomes a good female role model because she always finds her way. Through out the movies and retelling of the story we see Alice lose her way and find it again. She does get help sometimes from the Cheshire cat. For example, when we see Alice walking through the woods in the 1951 Disney movie she is shown to be walking on a path and encounters the trail disappearing before her eyes. She breaks down in tears beginning to think that she is forever lost. However, with the help of the Cheshire cat she gets up and follows the trail to the Red Queen. Another example is in the 2010 Tim Burton version of Alice in Wonderland when she realizes that she must go up against the Red Queen to make Wonderland a better place. She realizes her strength and how strong she is. In all of her different stories and retelling Alice in Wonderland becomes a little girl who ends up becoming a heroic young woman for facing her fears and knowing there is always tomorrow.

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