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Posted at 6:01 PM ET, 03/ 6/2010

VIDEO: 'Alice in Wonderland': Falling for this special clip

By Michael Cavna


THE META-POST: Through history's looking-glass...

As Comic Riffs finally catches Tim Burton's full "Alice in Wonderland" today -- in all its CGI-rich glory -- we can't help but note that the first "Alice in Wonderland" was made more than a century ago, in 1903.

Released not four decades after Lewis Carroll put Alice to paper, the only surviving print of the film -- directed by Percy Stow and Cecil Hepworth -- was said to be "severely damaged" -- but has been partially restored to its original tints by the British Film Institute. May Clark plays the ever-shrinking and growing Alice (such winning effects for Aught-Three!).

"Drink me!" "Eat me!" Enjoy me.


By Michael Cavna  | March 6, 2010; 6:01 PM ET
Categories:  The Holly Word  | Tags:  Alice in Wonderland  
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Comments

I've seen footage from both versions and, frankly, I'll take the vintage "Alice" over Tim Burton's CGI mess any day of the week.

Posted by: dkrentzlin | March 6, 2010 8:09 PM | Report abuse

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