Well, this was an interesting one. I meant to tune in for the first fifteen minutes to see what this movie was like, and then realized I'd watched the whole thing.
Alice in Wonderland (1933) is a visual whirlwind and a march of once-big-now-mostly-forgotten actors with a few screen legends appearing along with their contemporaries. Disney's Alice in Wonderland is an excellent version for the kiddies as Disney's studio really, really knew how to tell a story. This version feels a bit more, actually, like reading Alice in Wonderland books. To modern eyes, it's a bunch of rando weirdness occurring, the context and references lost to time, the gags now just bizarre and unsettling events unspooling before our eyes.
85% of the actors are so covered, they're unrecognizable if you don't know their voices. Which is why, when a young Cary Grant shows up as The Mock Turtle, it truly is a shining moment in cinema.
|Cary Grant (right) addresses Alice. I shit you not.|
|WC Fields as Humpty Dumpty. No, I'm serious.|
Don't take my word for it. Here's the whole movie in public domain at Archive.org.