How Well do you know Alice in Wonderland? Quiz

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Shayna

4 Min Quiz

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Bring on the talking animals and magical potions! Let's see how much you remember about this enchanting film.

The movie “Alice in Wonderland” is based off a book written by:

The original title for the novel was “Alice’s Adventures Under Ground”.

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What is the sequel to Alice in Wonderland?

The sequel was not nearly as successful as producers had hoped. In fact, it only made $34 million opening day compared to the $116 million produced by the original.

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What is the genre of this film?

Lewis Carroll's original novel was classified as fiction. However, over time as genres expanded fantasy/adventure became a more appropriate classification for the wacky tale.

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How old is Alice?

The character, Alice, was based on a real girl named Alice Liddel. Unlike the little blonde girl seen in the film, the real Alice was actually brunette!

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Who is the Queen of Hearts?

The queen is thought by some to be a caricature of Queen Victoria or Queen Margaret. The idea is that parents may recognize the symbolic nature of this character while remaining unnoticed by younger viewers.

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What year was Alice in Wonderland first made into a movie?

This was the original movie adaptation of Carroll's book. It was a silent film in black and white.

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When was Disney’s animated classic, “Alice in Wonderland” released?

Walt Disney Productions took this story on in 1951 as an animated musical film. Some of the images in this film remain known as the most twisted and surreal images of Disney's works.

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Which character in the film can be described as comical, mysterious, and cunning?

Stephen Fry plays the voice of the Cheshire Cat. All of the movie’s voice actors recorded their lines in a single day!

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Which character has trouble with punctuality?

The White Rabbit appears in the very beginning of the film frantically trying to be on time and becomes an essential symbol of the story.

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The White Rabbit’s clock is how far behind?

The rabbit is unaware of his inaccurate clock, hence his frantic nature and issues with timeliness.

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If you wanted to dress up as the Mad Hatter for Halloween, you would likely wear...

Johnny Depp plays the Mad Hatter. He is known for his extravagant costumes.

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What object is seen repeatedly in the film?

This icon embodies an element that many people struggle with in life. People tend to let time control daily events and obligations. Time is a construct of the human mind that some argue to be less fundamental than the arbitrary idea of space. This movie hones in on the idea of time that is more often accepted than challenged.

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Which character is married to the Queen of Hearts?

The King of Hearts is patient with his wife and lets her call the shots. This aims to challenge popular gender stereotypes as the king is more shy and reserved, giving the woman more control.

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What is the Jabberwocky?

Christopher Lee is the voice of the Jabberwocky in Tim Burton's film.

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Who explains “jabberwocky” to Alice?

Of course Humpty Dumpty knows all the poems ever created, including the one about the mysterious Jabberwocky!

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Why is Alice hesitant to kill the jabberwocky?

Alice would never hurt a soul. Her kind nature is one of the many reasons she creates friendly bonds with the creatures in Wonderland.

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The Caterpillar can most likely be seen...

The image of the caterpillar smoking hookah has become a popular design for shirts that can be found online or at alternative shops. It portrays a concept that is understood as humorous and off-beat.

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How many times does the Caterpillar appear in the film?

The Caterpillar is distinguished by his multiple pairs of hot pink hands, blue nose, and hookah.

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What is the name of the bird who appears in the film?

The Dodo bird symbolized Dodgson, in reference to the boating expedition of 1862. He is an obese character who, like the Caterpillar, enjoys smoking out of his pipe.

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What is Alice's cat's name?

Alice likes to talk to her cat, Dinah. But hey, who doesn't like talking to animals?!

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Alice drinks a magical liquid that makes her...

If you saw a bottle that said, "Drink Me", wouldn't you be curious? This potion allows Alice to reach the key she needs to unlock the door.

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What flavor is the unusual “Drink Me” liquid?

You can find numerous recipes online which aim to re-create this magical potion. Unfortunately, instead of shrinking to unusual proportions, one may only become slightly inebriated.

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What happens when Alice eats the cake that says “Eat Me”?

You can't blame Alice for her sweet tooth, how else would she reverse the effects of shrinking from the "Drink Me" potion? While Alice proves that eating sweets can make you grow to extreme proportions, this is fantasy, folks.

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Who played the White Queen in Disney’s 2010 adaptation of Alice in Wonderland?

Anne Hathaway was originally offered the role of Alice but thought it was too similar to roles she had previously played.

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Who was the director of the film?

Alice in Wonderland is Tim Burton’s most successful film, grossing $1 billion.

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How many Oscars did the 2010 film win?

The film won Oscars in “Best Art Direction” and “Best Costume Design”.

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How does Alice get to Wonderland?

Next time you see a rabbit, FOLLOW IT and you may find yourself in Wonderland just like Alice!

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What type of party does Alice attend?

The tea party challenges the idea of arbitrariness, like the arbitrary concept of time and words. For example, the Mad Hatter suggests Alice cannot have "more tea" before she has had her first cup.

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Where does the Mad Hatter hide Alice during the tea party?

That's what happens when you drink magical potion that makes you shrink. Fortunately, Bayard the dog knew exactly where Alice was.

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Which character shouts, “Off with your head!”?

This famous line represents the Queen's evil, tyrannical nature. Someone's got to call the shots...

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Which family member does Alice interact with at the beginning and end of the movie?

Alice's sister was based on her real-life sister in Lewis Carroll's original book. She is a relatively insignificant character in the film.

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Tweedledee and Tweedledum are the movie’s beloved...

British comedian Matt Lucas plays these lovable twins in the 2010 film.

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Who said, “Why, sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.”?

Alice in Wonderland is known for many famous quotes that will make you ponder your existence. The queen in particular, says many profound things that will make you think twice.

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Who told Alice, “You used to be much more..."muchier." You've lost your muchness.”?

Nonsensical quotes like this represent the madness and uncertainty the character embodies. Johnny Depp takes a unique spin on this character in the 2010 film.

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Who said, “Not you, insignificant bearer. My ancient enemy, the Vorpal one.”?

The term "jabberwocky" is defined on Urban Dictionary as "Total nonsense. A fit of rambling which resembles a civilized language but in fact is meant only to obfuscate meaning or confuse the victim".

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