Alice in Wonderland (1951)

Drink Me

To get through the Doorknob (Joseph Kearns), Alice (Kathryn Beaumont) must drink one potion and eat another.

Directed by Hamilton Luske, Clyde Geronimi, and Wilfred Jackson.

Released in 1951 by Disney.

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  • mood: Family-Friendly
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  • prop: Key
  • prop: Drink
  • prop: Door Knob
  • prop: Food
  • theme: Consequences
  • theme: Mistakes
  • actor: Joseph Kearns
  • actor: Kathryn Beaumont
  • director: Hamilton Luske
  • director: Clyde Geronimi
  • director: Wilfred Jackson
  • producer: Walt Disney
  • composer: Oliver Wallace
  • editor: Lloyd L. Richardson
  • role-name: Doorknob
  • role-name: Doorknob
  • role-name: 6-Year-Old Alice
  • role-name: Alice
  • screenwriter: Aldous Huxley
  • screenwriter: Winston Hibler
  • screenwriter: Dick Huemer
  • screenwriter: William Cottrell
  • screenwriter: Tom Oreb
  • screenwriter: John Walbridge
  • screenwriter: Dick Kelsey
  • screenwriter: Milt Banta
  • screenwriter: Bill Peet
  • screenwriter: Del Connell
  • screenwriter: Joe Rinaldi
  • screenwriter: Lewis Carroll
  • screenwriter: Erdman Penner
  • screenwriter: Ted Sears
  • screenwriter: Joe Grant
  • year: 1951
  • studio: Disney