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The Jabberwock appeared in the 1985 film as a brown dragon with a horn, long spikes from his head to his neck and yellow wings. It first appeared in Alice's house when the room becomes dark after she recited the Jabberwocky poem. Alice wishing it to go away, the Jabberwock disappears. But since it is a creation of Alice's own fears, it appears.
Alice in Wonderland (1985 TV Movie. The Jabberwocky creature costume was designed by Production Designer Philip M. Jefferies very early in the production preparation. A description from Lewis Carroll provided the costume design: a body of a dragon, whiskers, fish-like head, insect antennae, and a pair of talon-like hands on both arms and wings, also serves as forelegs when it walks on the.
Alice in Wonderland Poetry Lewis Carroll Poems (1832-1898) Lewis Carroll's actual name was Charles Lutwidge Dodgson. Lewis Carroll was the name he published under. His most famous books were Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass (the sequel to Alice in Wonderland). He also wrote a number of poems, most of which were.
Appearances Alice in Wonderland. The Jabberwocky, the Jub Jub Bird, and Bandersnatch are the evil minions, or rather, pets, of the Red Queen. Prior to the plot of the movie, the Red Queen sent her army, along with the powerful Jabberwocky and The Knave Of Hearts, to destroy the party held by the White Queen and her subjects.
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Alice is the main protagonist of the 1951 Disney animated feature film, Alice in Wonderland. She is a young girl who uses her surreal imagination to escape her practical and mundane life. Alice's curiosity and yearn for something new leads her to a mysterious realm known as Wonderland. As she traverses through the wacky world, however, Alice finds herself appreciating the normality that she.
Alice in Wonderland is the composite title often given to Lewis Carroll's two Alice novels, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There. Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, which was written in 1865, tells the story of a girl named Alice who falls down a rabbit hole into the magical world of Wonderland, where she meets a variety of strange and often.