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Original script of Alice In Wonderland before they edited it.

Original script of Alice In Wonderland before they edited it.

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I don't own this. This is the original Alice In Wonderland script before the edits
I don't own this. This is the original Alice In Wonderland script before the edits

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Published by: Ashley Balseiro on Feb 20, 2011
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AlicebyLinda WoolvertonBased onAlice's Adventures In WonderlandThrough The Looking Glassby Lewis Carroll9/9/08 (White Shooting Script)10/28/08 (Blue Revised Pages) 
FADE IN:EXT. LONDON - 1855 - NIGHT11Warm light shines from the study of the gracious Kingsleyhome. A man, silhouetted in the window, speaks with ardor.INT. THE STUDY - NIGHT - CONT.22CHARLES KINGSLEY has just described his new venture to hisfriends, including LORD ASCOT.LORD ASCOTCharles, you have finally lost yoursenses.A COLLEAGUEThis venture is impossible.CHARLES KINGSLEYFor some. Gentlemen, the only way toachieve the impossible is to believeit is possible.A COLLEAGUEThat kind of thinking could ruin you.CHARLES KINGSLEYI’m willing to take that chance.Imagine trading posts in Rangoon,Bangkok, Jakarta...He stops. His nine year-old daughter ALICE stands at thedoor in her nightgown, clearly frightened. He goes to her.CHARLES KINGSLEY (CONT’D)The nightmare again?She nods. He takes her hand and turns to his guests.CHARLES KINGSLEY (CONT’D)I won’t be long.INT. YOUNG ALICE’S BEDROOM - LATER33He sits on her bed, listening with utmost seriousness.ALICEI’m falling down a dark hole, then Isee strange creatures...CHARLES KINGSLEYWhat kind of creatures?CONTINUED
ALICEWell, there’s a dodo bird, a rabbit ina waistcoat, a smiling cat...CHARLES KINGSLEYI didn’t know cats could smile.ALICENeither did I. Oh, and there’s a bluecaterpillar.CHARLES KINGSLEYBlue caterpillar. Hmm.ALICEDo you think I’ve gone round the bend?He feels her forehead as if for a fever.CHARLES KINGSLEYI’m afraid so. You’re mad. Bonkers.Off your head. But I’ll tell you asecret...all the best people are.She smiles and leans against him.CHARLES KINGSLEY (CONT’D)It’s only a dream, Alice. Nothing canharm you there. But if you get toofrightened, you can always wake up.Like this.He pinches her. She screams and pinches him back.CUT TO:EXT. THE OUTSKIRTS OF LONDON - TEN YEARS LATER44A horse-drawn carriage careens down the road at a fullgallop.INT. THE CARRIAGE - DAY - CONT.55ALICE KINGSLEY is on the verge of womanhood, beautiful, butslightly off-kilter. She sees the world with different eyesthan other people her age. Presently, she’s tired and grumpyas her mother fusses with her wild mane of blonde hair.ALICEMust we go? I doubt they’ll notice if we never arrive.10/28/08 Blue Revised Pages 2.CONTINUED:33CONTINUED

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