A fifteen-year-old Fiona Fullerton heads an all star British cast in this BAFTA-winning musical comedy - widely regarded as the most lavish and most faithful adaptation of Lewis Carroll's classic fantasy novel. Alice is listening to a story told by Lewis Carroll when a white rabbit runs by. Alice follows the rabbit down a hole and then falls deep into the centre of the earth, where she lands, on a bed of leaves in an endless corridor. Thus begins an extraordinary adventure for Alice as she goes on to meet a variety of weird and wonderful characters including a Caterpillar, Tweedledum and Tweedledee, a Countess and her grinning Cheshire Cat, the Mad Hatter, the March Hare and the Dormouse. Filmed to mark the centenary of the completion of the Alice novels, this is an extravagantly lush British spectacle, which brings Sir John Tenniel's famous illustrations enchantingly to life with a bewitching score by 007 composer John Barry and BAFTA winning cinematography by Geoffrey Unsworth.