Thursday, 30 August 2012
Alice was very nice and gave me a little cuddle. She was a little worried because it seemed she had a cat of her own called Dinah, but she was asleep and Alice didn't want to wake her up. But I couldn't see any other cats around sleeping so I think we were all right.
I'm not sure Alice was terribly good at the English accent. That's one of the difficulties for the "face" characters in the parks. I am sure they all do their best but some can't quite fool real English people that they are young English schoolgirls.
My human Andrew tells me "Alice in Wonderland" was one of the Disney movies he never saw in the cinema as a child. He only occasionally saw clips during the "Disney Time" shows the BBC used to have every bank holiday. So he had no real idea of the Disney version of "Alice" until long after he had read the original book. In fact he remembers he didn't see it until he had had the book (and "Through the Looking Glass") read to him as bedtime stories and then he had grown up enough to read them himself. So he never really took to the Disney version.
I'm glad he never read "Pinocchio".