Alice in Wonderland has a long tradition in American cinema. You can find versions from 2010, 1972, and 1951. You’ll even find a silent version dating all the way back to 1903. Thanks to the British Film Institute (BFI), you can watch online this silent version of Lewis Carroll’s classic tale for the first time. Produced just eight years after the birth of cinema, the film, originally running 12 minutes, was “the longest film produced in England at that time.” The version above is unfortunately incomplete, running just 9 and a half minutes. But it has been recently restored (to the best extent possible). BFI offers more information about this early cinema gem here. Finally, you can download a free copy of Lewis Carroll’s classic, Alice in Wonderland, within our Free Audio Books and Free eBooks collections.
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Photo of the Real Alice in Wonderland Circa 1862
The Original Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland Manuscript, Handwritten & Illustrated By Lewis Carroll (1864)
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I always Prefer original movies than the 50 years later remake … I<m Old school :)
Wow, thought that the new Alice In Wonderland was the only one. Didn’t knew that there were older movies with the same title.
I love this movie, I realy prefer the original version.
Thanks to sharing with us
Say, this is pretty nice now!