ALICE IN WONDERLAND (1951) LOBBY CARD, US
ALICE IN WONDERLAND (1951) LOBBY CARD, US
ALICE IN WONDERLAND (1951) LOBBY CARD, US
ALICE IN WONDERLAND (1951) LOBBY CARD, US
ALICE IN WONDERLAND (1951) LOBBY CARD, US
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ALICE IN WONDERLAND (1951) LOBBY CARD, US

Estimate: 400 - 600 GBP

ALICE IN WONDERLAND (1951) LOBBY CARD, US

Estimate: 400 - 600 GBP

Lot Sold:1,000GBP

Lot Details

Description

Alice in Wonderland (1951) Lobby Card, US

Lobby Card Number 5


Unframed: 11 x 14 in. (28 x 36 cm)

Framed: 16¾x 19¾in. (42.5 x 50.2 cm)


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Condition Report

Conservation framed with UV plexiglass

Excellent condition, with the colours remaining very bright.


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Cataloguing

Catalogue Note

Alice in Wonderland was released in 1951 by Walt Disney, and is based on the Alice books by Lewis Carroll. It was the thirteenth animated film that Disney made. Walt Disney had attempted to make the film during the 1930s, and then revived his idea ten years later. The film was originally intended to be a mix between live-action and animation, but in 1946 Disney decided to make it completely animated. The film was not popular when released, and this lead Disney to televise it on the inaugural episode of his series Disneyland. Owing to its huge popularity on television, it was re-released in cinemas around the world in the 70s, and became a colossal success.


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