When you watch a Disney movie, the final product is so flawless that you don’t even think about all the hard work that went into producing such a beautiful piece of entertainment.
But animation is a very complex process – and this was especially true in the 1950s, when animation was still relatively young. These rare photos, detailing the process behind the Disney classic Alice In Wonderland, show the great lengths the studio had to go to just to get a few seconds of animation on screen.
Kathryn Beaumont was just 10 years old when she was chosen to be the voice of Alice in Alice In Wonderland.
Watch this incredible video of the animation process!
It’s always interesting to see behind the scenes of your favorite productions, but I had no idea that creating these classic movies took so much innovation and technique. What a fascinating piece of history!
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