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Desc:Disney apparently tried to surpress the release of this 'inferior' French production in 1951.
Category:Cartoons & Animation, Classic Movies
Tags:stop motion, Alice, terrifying, Lewis Caroll, Lou Bunin
Submitted:revdrew
Date:11/10/07
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Comment count is 6
baleen

It's wonderful. It's a shame about the quality of the color. I wonder if this is just from an inferior print or if they shot it in some kind of primitive 2-color system (France was pretty poor in 1951), which might explain the weakness of the greens and blues and the strength of the reds and yellows when either color pair is recessive in the frame. I don't claim to be an expert, I'm just guessing.

I'd love to see the whole thing in good quality.
revdrew
IMDB trivia:

"Due to damage to the film's original negative, the color quality is not consistent."

:(

baleen

lame

yoyo1
Some of the films of this time used chemicals that weren't stable over time.

NoCode
This is terrifying. When did anybody ever like stop-motion?
snothouse
AMAZING. Too bad about the horrible songs.
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