An old Nickelodeon cartoon. It's an adaptation of the original story, but various things are out of order, left out entirely, or changed around considerably. It's good if you don't know the original story, but inadequate if you do.
The story starts. Although Alice looks very young in the cartoon, that's supposed to be the way she was since she was around 7 and a half years old in the actual story.
Alice spots the White Rabbit.
Alice comes upon the rabbit hole.
As in the story Alice follows the rabbit. She spots some small doors and peers through them, seeing a garden on the other side.
In a change from the story, Alice drinks the potion and grows larger, then spots the White Rabbit again.
Alice starts crying. She appears to be in a house of some sort. Then, in yet another change from the story, she just starts getting smaller.
She comes upon an open place with a little house in it.
It's the house of the Duchess.
There's no baby, and the cook is specifically putting more and more pepper into some soup.
In yet another variation from the original story, Alice ends up immediately at the Mad Hatter's tea party.
Alice gets mad. Suddenly there's yet another thunderstorm.
The house is carried through the door leading into the garden by a tidal wave of sorts, then it breaks up into pieces.
Now she meets the caterpillar (which sort of looks like Richard Nixon).
She leaves the caterpillar and comes across a caucus race. They tell her she can find the White Rabbit at the castle.
Then she's immediately in the croquet game.
Then the rabbit reads a scroll about the tarts being stolen.
So we go immediately into the trial scene.
Alice has grown. In a very silly move, the cartoon has the King and Queen acting like they can't see her for a while.
The cards get mad at Alice.
Alice wakes up.
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