Alice in Wonderland or What's a Nice Kid like You Doing in a Place like This?
- For the soundtrack, see Alice in Wonderland or What's a Nice Kid like You Doing in a Place like This? (soundtrack). For the audio adaptation, see Alice in Wonderland or What's a Nice Kid like You Doing in a Place like This? (LP).
|Alice in Wonderland or What's a Nice Kid like You Doing in a Place like This?|
|Release date:||March 30, 1966|
Zsa Zsa Gabor
Doris Drew Allen
|Music composed by:||Charles Strouse|
|Screenplay by:||Bill Dana|
|Second title card|
Alice in Wonderland or What's a Nice Kid Like You Doing in a Place like This? is an American animated musical fantasy television special based on the 1900 book Alice's Adventures in Wonderland by British author Lewis Carroll. It aired on March 30, 1966 on ABC. It was written by Bill Dana, produced by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera, and directed by Alex Lovy.
In order of appearance:
- King of Hearts' train
It was copyrighted in 1966.
- Main article: Alice in Wonderland or What's a Nice Kid like You Doing in a Place like This? (soundtrack)
- "Life's a Game" - Howard Morris and Doris Drew Allen
- "What's a Nice Kid like You Doing in a Place like This?" - Sammy Davis
- "They'll Never Split Us Apart" sung by Henry Corden and Mel Blanc
- "Today's a Wonderful Day" - Doris Drew Allen and Bill Dana
- "I'm Home" - Doris Drew Allen
- Associate producer: Alex Lovy
- Assistant to the producer: Art Scott
- Production manager: Howard Hanson
- Art directors: Bill Perez, Iwao Takamoto, Tony Sgroi, Bob Singer
- Animators: Irv Spence, Ed Aardal, Don Lusk, George Geopper, George Nicholas, Grant Ray, Don Patterson, George Kreisl
- Assistant animators: Sam Jaimes, Richard Gonzales, Joan Orbison, Tom Ferriter, Patricia Combs, Ben Shenkman, Frank Carr
- Scene coordinator: Midge Sterges
- Background designer: Paul Julian
- Title designer: Bob Schaefer
- Inkers and painters: Roberta Greutert, Florence Heintz, Margaret Scheidenberger
- Continuity: Janet Gusdavison, Marceil Ferguson, Evelyn Sherwood, Anne Lee Holm, Maggi Raymond, Natalie Yates, Betty McGowan, Joyce Gard, Grace McCurdy, Jeanne Thorpe, Woody Chatwood, Jean Blanchard
- Technical supervisor: Frank Paiker
- Photographer: Gene Borghi, Charles Flekal, Norm Stainback, Roy Wade, Frank Parrish, Hal Shiffman, Dick Blundell, Bill Kotler, John Pratt
- Editorial supervisor: Warner Leighton
- Editors: Greg Watson, Tony Milch, Don Douglas, Larry Cowan, Milton Krear
- Sound recorders: Richard Olson, Bill Getty
- Eastman color: Pathé
Dates are in order of release:
- United States: March 30, 1966 on ABC
Behind the scenes
- In the opening credits, Alan Reed and Mel Blanc are credited as the Caterpillar(s), but within the movie, they are still called Fred and Barney. They don't seem to be their Flintstones selves, but they sure act like it, nonetheless.
- The White Rabbit refers to the L. Frank Baum's 1900 book (and later MGM's 1939 movie) The Wizard of Oz.
- The Dormouse said "S'alright" in an allusion to what Spanish ventriloquist Senor Winces would say.
- An unrelated girl called Alice also falls into Wonderland. What are the chances of that?
In other languages
- Not available. 😢