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Alice in Wonderland
One fine summer's day, the seven-year-old Alice chases a white rabbit down a hole and finds herself in the underground kingdom of Wonderland. Spending 13 episodes each on Alice in Wonderland and its sequel, Alice through the Looking Glass, this series ran through all the high points of Lewis Carroll's original stories, though the final two parts were only broadcast in the Tokyo area. To see the series in its entirety, you had to go to Germany, a major financial contributor to this coproduction. In the Japanese version, Alice was played by Tarako, the voice actress behind another children's favorite, Chibi Maruko-chan. Masako Nozawa, who provided the voice of the white rabbit, went on to play Son Goku in Dragon Ball.
In 1998, an unofficial sequel by Ryo Nakahara was adapted by director Shingo Kaneko into the 14-episode Alice SOS, which featured further adventures in Dinosaur-land, Cookery-land, Topsy-turvy-land, Cactus-land, Bully-land, Salad-land, Edo-land (old-fashioned Tokyo), God-land, Ghost-land, Backward-land, Santa-land, TV-land, and Devil-land. A far naughtier pastiche was CLAMP's 1995 Miyuki-chan in Wonderland. See also Video Picture Book.
|Name||Alice in Wonderland|
|Romaji:||Fushigina Kuni no Alice|
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|Aliases||Alice in the Mysterious Kingdom
Alice in Wonderland (ふしぎの国のアリス, Fushigi no Kuni no Arisu?)
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