- PRINTED BOOK, 1865
- CEL ANIMATION MOVIE, 1951
- LIVE ACTION/ ANIMATION/ 3-D MOVIE, 2010
The story of Alice's adventures were first told by the Oxford mathematician Charles Dodgson to Alice Liddel, the daughter of the head of Dodgson's college, then published in novel form in 1865 under the author's pseudonym Lewis Carroll. The Disney 1951 film followed the adventures in the book centered around Alice as a young girl. Now age 19, can Alice go back down the rabbit hole and have it be as much fun as the book?
More information on Dodgson, including his fascination with young girls, is available at victorianweb, the website started by Brown University's Professor George P. Landow.