Alice of Wonderland in Paris (1966)
Luce Ennis, Norma MacMillan
Young Alice, now a renowned celebrity thanks to her famous adventures in Wonderland, sits in her bedroom dreaming about visiting the magical city of Paris, France. Her fantasy is swiftly fulfilled, thanks to a talking French mouse named François and his magical cheese, and before long Alice is whisked off on a bike ride towards the City of Lights. This was the second collaboration of Academy-Award Winning filmmaking team Gene Deitch and William L. Synder, also responsible for producing beloved children's cartoons such as Tom and Jerry and Popeye.