Alice in Wonderland or What's a Nice Kid Like You Doing in a Place Like This? is a 1966 animated TV special which on air on ABC. It was produced by Hanna-Barbara and sponsored by Rexell Drugs and Coca Cola. It was written by Bill Dana who also voices The White Knight and features a well-known voice cast which included Zsa Zsa Gabor as the Queen of Hearts, Sammy Davis Jr as the Cheshire Cat, Harvey Korman as The Mad Hatter, Hedda Hopper as the Hatter's female counterpart, Hedda Hatter, and Alan Reed and Mel Blanc as Fred Flintstone and Barney Rubble as a two-headed Catepiller.
Alice when she was playing ball with her puppy fluff her father called her to tell her to finish her homework of "Alice in Wonderland", when she was reading the book her puppy fluff by accident ends up falling to the ground, when Alice opens her eyes she throws the ball to floops for him to leave, but suddenly fluff cross the TV screen.
Alice is shocked by what just happened and runs to the TV screen, and puts his hand to the TV screen and discovers that TV is magic, so after hearing the fluff's barkings Alice through the TV screen but she by accident falls and is supported by the edge of the TV set, she in vain asks her father for help not to fall, but Alice falls into the TV set in a hole of ligths while the opening credits sound.
when Alice finally finishes falling she wonders where her puppy fluff is and where she is suddenly a hand touches her shoulder and Alice is surprised that it is a talking white rabbit, the white rabbit asks Alice if it is a crocodile and Alice confusedly answers that it is not, The white rabbit tells Alice that she has 2 points and again asks if it is a dragon, Alice says no and he emphasizes that he is a white rabbit, and the white rabbit tells him that he believed that Alice was a genie.
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