Alice in Wonderland for All Ages

Lewis Carroll's tale of a little girl who finds adventure by following a mysterious white rabbit is a childhood classic for a reason. But not all versions of the story are right for all kids. From Disney's iconic animated version to Tim Burton's edgier take, from family-friendly console games to fantastical novels, find the right Alice for your family here.

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Some good lessons in potentially over-stimulating DVD.
On DVD/Streaming
(Release Year: 2009)
Surreal animated Disney classic with mild peril.
On DVD/Streaming
(Release Year: 1951)
Dated but surprisingly entertaining '60s network special.
On DVD/Streaming
(Release Year: 2010)
Playful, imaginative interpretation of classic Carroll book.
Devices: iPad
Star-studded stage musical harder for young kids to follow.
On DVD/Streaming
(Release Year: 2001)
A classic that both adults and kids love.
By Lewis Carroll
Classic tale with puppets and CGI entertains but drags, too.
On DVD/Streaming
(Release Year: 1999)
Fun, stylish, and a bit too spooky for little ones.
Platforms: Nintendo DS, Nintendo DSi
The violent "truth" behind Alice in Wonderland.
By Frank Beddor
All-new 3-D Alice story is trippy and intense.
On DVD/Streaming
(Release Year: 2010)
Clever puzzles mixed with unavoidable, intense combat.
Platforms: Nintendo Wii, Windows
More violent battles, less clever than the first.
By Frank Beddor
TV spin-off takes dark fantasy drama to another dimension.
Network: ABC
Classic BBC Alice story too artsy to interest most kids.
On DVD/Streaming
(Release Year: 1966)