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Alice (Alice Au Pays Des Merveilles)

An English schoolgirl

This figurine is therefore inspired by the Walt Disney cartoon version of Alice although she herself is already strongly inspired by the first illustrations dating from the time of publication of the novel by Peter Newell or John Tenniel. Alice being an English schoolgirl, she wears a dress below the knee with a white apron. As in Peter Newell’s illustrations, the dress is blue with balloon sleeves. Unlike the Alice of the cartoon Funko decided to highlight the collar of the dress in white but remained faithful to the white tights and small black ballerinas. Finally, we find the characteristic haircut of the female Disney characters created in the 50s like Cinderella or Sleeping Beauty. The little black bow on his head is for me the small cute detail of this figurine.


Alice in Wonderland

Alice is the main character of the cartoon Alice in Wonderland” from Disney Studios. The cartoon is based on Lewis Carroll’s novel “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” which was not originally intended for children. At the beginning of the story, Alice is bored in a park while her sister reads to her from a storybook, while dreaming of a more fun world where books would only have pictures. Then she sees a white rabbit with a pocket watch running towards his burrow, repeating that he is late. She decides to follow him, falls down a hole that seems bottomless and finds herself in Wonderland where the most incredible events will happen to her. For Lewis Carroll, Alice is, among other things, a way to criticize his rigid English education which sometimes seemed as absurd as the characters that the little girl will meet during her journey.


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