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Saturday, November 24, 2007

Prod. 2069 (Alice) - Seq. 03.0 - Doorknob

"Alice and the Doorknob" is directed by Ham Luske, and wonderfully animated by Frank Thomas (Doorknob) and Ollie Johnston (Alice), with scenes by Hal Ambro and George Rowley, an Alice by Les Clark, a hand by Blaine Gibson, with effects animated by Josh Meador, on layouts by Charlie Philippi...

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Anonymous Steven Hartley says...

The Doorknob is the only character that doesn't appear in Lewis Carroll's novel, and 'yes', I've read the book...Alice still appears in the same place and there's still the 'DRINK ME' and the Pool of Tears, only except the Doorknob isn't in it!

Why isn't Jabberwocky in the film?? I wonder...

Friday, August 20, 2010 at 6:12:00 AM PDT  
Anonymous Torgo25 says...

I really love this sequence, largely due to Kathryn Beaumont's stellar vocal performance as Alice. She does a particularly marvelous job when Alice breaks down crying.

Shot 43 is a radical size change, and I love how they chose to make Alice shrink in mid-air and fall from the shot. It's an amazing bit of animation, considering Alice goes from taking up the entire screen to taking up a minuscule portion.

Wednesday, February 1, 2017 at 9:37:00 AM PST  

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