Alice in Wonderland

Factual error: In the opening credits, Lewis Carroll is spelt incorrectly, as 'Carrol.'

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Continuity mistake: When Alice shrinks after being huge in the forest, you can see both pieces of mushroom in her hands, untouched, although she has taken a bite out of both pieces.

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Other mistake: After listening to the flowers sing, Alice is standing and talking to them. Although Alice is moving her head and arms around, her shadow stays still.

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Trivia: The film made very little money and almost bankrupted Walt Disney.

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Trivia: This film has more songs and speaking characters than any other Disney film.

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Question: Does anyone know the name of the song Alice sings after she's walking through the forest and some creature is wiping away her path? She's crying when she sings it.

Chosen answer: It is called 'Very Good Advice.'

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Question: Is there actually an answer for the riddle "Why is a raven like a writing desk?"

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Chosen answer: There is no real answer. It is intended to be left unknown. See http://www.straightdope.com/classics/a5_266.html for The Straight Dope's answer.

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Answer: At the time the movie was being made there wasn't one but today, the riddle officially has an answer. "Because Poe wrote on both of them."

Question: In the scene when the Mad Hatter is "fixing" the rabbit's watch, the Hatter exclaims "It was!" before the rabbit states that the watch was an unbirthday present. Is this on purpose? Or an editing mistake?

Chosen answer: Actually, the White Rabbit sees his damaged watch, says "Oh! My watch". THEN the Mad Hatter says "It was!", then the White Rabbit says that it was an unbirthday gift. So the exchange of dialogue makes sense.

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