ALICE IN WONDERLAND

by Clyde Geronimi, Wilfred Emmons Jackson, Hamilton S. Luske
ALICE IN WONDERLAND - ALICE NEL PAESE DELLE MERAVIGLIE

Informations

Nation: USA

Year: 1951

Length: 75'

35° TORINO FILM FESTIVAL

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Synopsis

England, the second half of the 1800s. A girl named Alice is getting bored as she lies in a meadow while her elder sister reads a history book. Distracted, she sees a white rabbit wearing a vest run toward a tree; she decides to follow it and falls down a rabbit hole. She finds herself in a fantastic world where she meets unusual characters.

Director

Clyde Geronimi

Clyde Geronimi

Clyde Geronimi (Chiavenna, Sondrio, Italy, 1901 - Newport Beach, CA, USA, 1989), born Clito Enrico Geronimi, was an Italian director, animator and cartoonist who became an American citizen. He is primarily known for having directed nine Disney classics, including Cinderella (1950), Lady and the Tramp (1955), and Sleeping Beauty (1959).

Filmography:
Clyde Geronimi, Wilfred Jackson, Hamilton Luske:
Alice in Wonderland (Alice nel paese delle meraviglie, 1951).

Wilfred Emmons Jackson

Wilfred Emmons Jackson

Wilfred Emmons Jackson (Chicago, IL, USA, 1906 - Los Angeles, CA, USA, 1989) was an American director, animator and composer. He directed many shorts of Mickey Mouse and The Wise Little Hen, Donald Duck’s short film debut, and he only made cartoons for Disney. Thanks to him, sound was added to the famous short Steamboat Willie.

Filmography:
Clyde Geronimi, Wilfred Emmons Jackson, Hamilton S. Luske:
Alice in Wonderland (Alice nel paese delle meraviglie, 1951).

Hamilton S. Luske

Hamilton S. Luske

Hamilton S. Luske (Chicago, IL, USA, 1903 - Los Angeles, CA, USA, 1968) was an American director and animator. He joined Disney in 1936 as an animator and by 1940 had already been promoted to direct Pinocchio along with Ben Sharpsteen. During the 1950s, he collaborated as co-director for Cinderella (1950), Peter Pan (1953) and Lady and the Tramp (1955). He retired from Disney in 1965, one year after directing some animated sequences of Mary Poppins, for which he won an Oscar.

Filmography:
Clyde Geronimi, Wilfred Emmons Jackson, Hamilton S. Luske:
Alice in Wonderland (Alice nel paese delle meraviglie, 1951).

Cast and Credits

regia/directors
Clyde Geronimi, Wilfred Jackson, Hamilton Luske
soggetto/story
dall’omonimo romanzo di/from the novel of the same title by Lewis Carroll
sceneggiatura/screenplay
Winston Hibler, Ted Sears, Bill Peet, Erdman Penner, Joe Rinaldi, Milt Banta, William Cottrell, Dick Kelsey, Joe Grant, Dick Huemer, Del Connell, Tom Oreb, John Walbridge
montaggio/film editing
Lloyd L. Richardson
musica/music
Oliver Wallace
suono/sound
C.O. Slyfield, Robert O. Cook, Harold J. Steck
interpreti e personaggi/cast and characters
Kathryn Beaumont (Alice), Ed Wynn (Cappellaio matto/Mad Hatter), Richard Haydn (Brucaliffo/Caterpillar), Sterling Holloway (Stregatto/Cheshire Cat), Jerry Colonna (Leprotto bisestile /March Hare), Verna Felton (Regina di cuori/Queen of Hearts), Bill Thompson (Bianconiglio/White Rabbit)
produttore/producer
Walt Disney
produzione/production
Walt Disney Productions
distribuzione/distribution
RKO Radio Pictures

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England, the second half of the 1800s. A girl named Alice is getting bored as she lies in a meadow while her elder sister reads a history book. Distracted, she sees a white rabbit wearing a vest run toward a tree; she decides to follow it and falls down a rabbit hole. She finds herself in a fantastic world where she meets unusual characters.

Director All about direction

Clyde Geronimi

Clyde Geronimi

Clyde Geronimi (Chiavenna, Sondrio, Italy, 1901 - Newport Beach, CA, USA, 1989), born Clito Enrico Geronimi, was an Italian director, animator and cartoonist who became an American citizen. He is primarily known for having directed nine Disney classics, including Cinderella (1950), Lady and the Tramp (1955), and Sleeping Beauty (1959).

Filmography:
Clyde Geronimi, Wilfred Jackson, Hamilton Luske:
Alice in Wonderland (Alice nel paese delle meraviglie, 1951).

Wilfred Emmons Jackson

Wilfred Emmons Jackson

Wilfred Emmons Jackson (Chicago, IL, USA, 1906 - Los Angeles, CA, USA, 1989) was an American director, animator and composer. He directed many shorts of Mickey Mouse and The Wise Little Hen, Donald Duck’s short film debut, and he only made cartoons for Disney. Thanks to him, sound was added to the famous short Steamboat Willie.

Filmography:
Clyde Geronimi, Wilfred Emmons Jackson, Hamilton S. Luske:
Alice in Wonderland (Alice nel paese delle meraviglie, 1951).

Hamilton S. Luske

Hamilton S. Luske

Hamilton S. Luske (Chicago, IL, USA, 1903 - Los Angeles, CA, USA, 1968) was an American director and animator. He joined Disney in 1936 as an animator and by 1940 had already been promoted to direct Pinocchio along with Ben Sharpsteen. During the 1950s, he collaborated as co-director for Cinderella (1950), Peter Pan (1953) and Lady and the Tramp (1955). He retired from Disney in 1965, one year after directing some animated sequences of Mary Poppins, for which he won an Oscar.

Filmography:
Clyde Geronimi, Wilfred Emmons Jackson, Hamilton S. Luske:
Alice in Wonderland (Alice nel paese delle meraviglie, 1951).

Cast and Credits Discover the cast of the film

regia/directors
Clyde Geronimi, Wilfred Jackson, Hamilton Luske
soggetto/story
dall’omonimo romanzo di/from the novel of the same title by Lewis Carroll
sceneggiatura/screenplay
Winston Hibler, Ted Sears, Bill Peet, Erdman Penner, Joe Rinaldi, Milt Banta, William Cottrell, Dick Kelsey, Joe Grant, Dick Huemer, Del Connell, Tom Oreb, John Walbridge
montaggio/film editing
Lloyd L. Richardson
musica/music
Oliver Wallace
suono/sound
C.O. Slyfield, Robert O. Cook, Harold J. Steck
interpreti e personaggi/cast and characters
Kathryn Beaumont (Alice), Ed Wynn (Cappellaio matto/Mad Hatter), Richard Haydn (Brucaliffo/Caterpillar), Sterling Holloway (Stregatto/Cheshire Cat), Jerry Colonna (Leprotto bisestile /March Hare), Verna Felton (Regina di cuori/Queen of Hearts), Bill Thompson (Bianconiglio/White Rabbit)
produttore/producer
Walt Disney
produzione/production
Walt Disney Productions
distribuzione/distribution
RKO Radio Pictures