|❖ General Information ❖|
|Gender||Male in most stories|
|❖ Relationships ❖|
|Friend(s)||The Mad Hatter|
The March Hare
|❖ Behind The Scenes ❖|
|First appearance||Alice's Adventures in Wonderland|
|Portrayed by||Raymond Schulzts (1931)|
Jackie Searl (1933)
Joyce Grenfell (1949)
James MacDonald (1951)
Joe E. Marks (1954)
Alice Pearce (1955)
Don Messick (1966)
The Dormouse is a fictional character from the novel, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll.
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
The character also appears in Disney's 1951 Alice in Wonderland. Like in the book, he is sleepy and lazy, but unlike in the book, he sings Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Bat instead of his story about mouse sisters to entertain the tea-party participants. He panics at the mention of the word "cat", much like The Mouse from the book and needs to have jam spread on his nose in order to calm down. The Disney version of the character also appears in House of Mouse and Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed in at the House of Mouse.
Alice in Wonderland (2010)
In Tim Burton's 2010 Alice in Wonderland film, the Dormouse is named Mallymkun. Unlike the sleepy character in the book, this Dormouse is an action-oriented swordswoman similar to the character Reepicheep from The Chronicles of Narnia. Because of her small size, she uses a pin as a weapon which was given to her by the Mad Hatter. She is seen the first time with the group when Alice first meets in Wonderland, and saving Alice from the Bandersnatch by plucking out its eye. She is voiced by Barbara Winsdor. This version appears again in the 2016 sequel, Alice through the looking glass.
- In addition, there is a Chain based off of the Dormouse in the anime Pandora Hearts. It is in a legal contract with Vincent Nightray, and takes the appearance of a large mouse with a wind up key in its side, and a large chain like tail that winds around its contractor. In addition it causes Vincent to fall asleep if he lets his guard down.
- In the otome game "Clover no Kuni no Alice", he appears as Pierce Villiers, a human form of the Dormouse and one of the characters who fall in love with Alice. He has a fondness for cheese and is quite cowardly.
- Takashi "Mori" Morinozuka plays the Dormouse in Ouran High School Host Club
- In CLAMP's Miyuki-chan in Wonderland, the Dormouse is portrayed by a blond long-haired young woman, who, despite not having a single line (she just giggles), has quite a obscene scene when she sneaks into Miyuki's skirt, causing her to flee.
- In American McGee's Alice The Dormouse, referred to as "Dormy", appears as a victim of the Mad Hatter's cruel cybernetic experiments alongside the March Hare. They are placed near a machine that converts demented children into the Hatter's clockwork automaton henchmen. He is shown to still be drowsy, as a result of the Hatter drugging him. An artistic representation of the clockwork Dormouse appears in the credits upon completion of the game.
- In Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland Wii U video game, she attacks using her pin-like sword. She has no magical ability, but has more combat skills than the other characters. She can sweep her enemies and make them fall off. Then she can use her Finishing Move by jump and pierce her enemies down.
- The Dormouse is played by Arte Johnson in the 1985 television film Alice in Wonderland. When he initially shows lack of movement at the mad tea party, Alice mistakes him for a stuffed animal. The Dormouse then quickly objects to Alice's statements.
- The Dormouse appears in the live-action TV series Adventures in Wonderland, and is voiced by John Lovelady. He isn't sleepy, and is often seen popping out of his tea pot or other things. In one episode, he is the announcer of a sprinting event.
- The Dormouse appears in Dreamchild performed by Karen Prell and voiced by Julie Walters.
- Pandora Hearts in the anime and manga series Dormouse is a chain that puts people to sleep and Vincent Nightray is it's contractor.
- The Dormouse makes an appearance in American McGee's Alice, where he and the March Hare are held captive as the Mad Hatter's experiments. He is tied to a dissectiontable and continues to fall asleep from the Hatter's medicines. The Dormouse also appears in the 2011 game Alice: Madness Returns, where he captures a part of the Mad Hatter as revenge for the events in American McGee's.
- The Dormouse appears again in Alice: Madness Returns. This time, it is the Hatter who is the victim of the March Hare and the Dormouse.
- In the SyFy TV Miniseries Alice, the Dormouse is a sidekick of the Hatter.
- Mallymkun appears in the video game adaption of Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland as a playable character.
- The Dormouse appears as a member of the Mad T Party band at Disneyland's California Adventure Park. In the Mad T Party he is interpreted as a male rather than 2010 film's female Mallymkun, whom he is based on. He plays lead guitar and often scurries around with the March Hare on stage.
- Twinkle twinkle, little bat / How I wonder what you're at? / Up above the world you fly / Like a tea tray in the sky. -Alice in Wonderland (1951)
- You might just as well say that "I breathe when I sleep" is the same thing as "I sleep when I breathe"! -Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
- "No it's not!, McTwisp brought us the wrong Alice!"- Alice in Wonderland(2010)
- "Run......Alice!"- Alice in Wonderland (2010)
- "Alice!" from Alice in Wonderland (2010 trailer)
- "I love traveling by hat!"-Alice in Wonderland (2010)