After The Rialto Report told the troubled behind-the-scenes story of Alice in Wonderland: An X-Rated Musical Fantasywe wanted to find the original locations — and see if we could visit them all within one eight-hour period. Four principal locations were used: the D. The opening scenes in Alice in Wonderland were shot in the D.
It's also fairly mild, as X movies go; it could almost be an R, and it's sexy rather than offensive. Maybe because I went with low expectations, I found the movie a pleasant surprise. And its most pleasant surprise is its star, Kristine De Bellwho projects such a freshness and naivete that she charms us even in scenes where some rather alarming things are going on.
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Lewis Carroll's two books Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass, and What Alice Found There have been presented in numerous film and television versions over the years since when Cecil Hepworth's 8 minute black and white silent film was released in the UK. Below is a list of the known major productions of Alice's adventures, compiled from a variety of online and published sources, some of which are patchy, whilst others are highly detailed. A star rating out of 5 is given for each film, where the version has been seen by the compiler - the rating is primarily based on adherence to the original Carroll texts, quality of the production and the compiler's personal taste.
She is also prominent in most expansions of the "Wonderland" myths. Alice is a young girl with shoulder-length blonde hair and striking blue eyes. She usually wears a childish blue Victorian dress.
Scrugg: We don't have any towels. We had one once, but it was stolen by a hotel. Mad Hatter: Well if that's the case, she should be embarassed.
Since its publication inAlice's Adventures in Wonderland has been adapted into a seemingly endless number of films, TV series, comic books, video games, and other forms of media. Along with the sequel Alice Through the Looking GlassLewis Carroll's story has been resurrected and re-envisioned for new audiences. The first film adaptation of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland was an eight-minute silent film short.
In an appeal for mainstream success, there are versions of the film released theatrically and on tape that cut out the hardcore shots, pushing the film down to an R rating. While the popularity of cinematic porn was very much a zeitgeist moment that coincided with the free-sex countercultural movement, sex on screen was still a novelty to be embraced at a safe distance. Very few of these films challenged sexual mores or desires: they were, on a whole, silly. They were transgressive through the virtue of their existence rather than their content.