Of all Disney characters Alice is Kaila’s favorite. We waited in line at Epcot just to finally meet Alice and was Kaila happy. She has the Alice in Wonderland: 60th Anniversary Edition on DVD but now it’s finally being released on Blu-ray on February 1st.
We were sent this Blu-ray to add to our collection thanks to Disney to review, and first I’d like to just focus on the additional Blu-ray features, since we should all know the story by now.
The Alice in Wonderland: 60th Anniversary Edition Blu-ray also comes with a DVD and plenty of bonus materials. If you own a PS3 do remember that Blu-ray also plays on PS3. There’s some fun new games like “Painting The Roses Red” and a Blu-ray exclusive “Looking Through The Keyhole”.
One thing I love about Blu-ray and high definition is the color, Disney has perfectly restored the original movie in such bright color thanks to the clear 1080p encoding.
Additional Blu-ray Features:
- Backstage Disney:
- Through the Keyhole: A Companion’s Guide to Wonderland A discussion with experts and historians about Walt Disney’s adaptation of Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland.
- Reference Footage: Alice and the Doorknob with Optional Commentary by Kathryn Beaumont (1080p/24) Live action reference footage of the doorknob scene.
- Pencil Test: Alice Shrinks
- Family Play:
- Walt Disney Color TV Introduction (1959)
- Games & Activities:
- Painting the Roses Red Game Paint the white roses red to keep your head!