Alice/Mad Hatter (Disneyland) - The Shipper's Manifesto
One of my favorite relationships in this version is between Alice and the Hatter, played by Mia Wasikowska and Johnny Depp. Alice is a. But I'm not here to talk about the animated film, I'm here to discuss the relationship between their true life counterparts, the Alice and Mad Hatter who live in the. Alice and the Hatter are one relationship that fans are heavily in favor of. So this page is a list of moments between the two of them in Tim Burton's Alice in.
Throughout the course of the film, the Hatter pulls numerous items out of his hat, such as cake and smaller hats. His personality is that of a child, angry one second, happy the next.
This version of the character was also a semi-regular on the Disney Afternoon series Bonkers and one of the guests in House of Mousewhere he even made a cameo appearance in one of the featured cartoon shorts.
The Hatter subsequently helps Alice avoid capture by the Red Queen's guards by allowing himself to be seized instead. He is later saved from execution by the Cheshire Cat and calls for rebellion against the Red Queen. Near the end of the film, the Hatter unsuccessfully suggests to Alice that she could stay in Wonderland and consummate his feelings for her.
Critical reception to Johnny Depp's portrayal of the Hatter was generally positive.
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David Edelstein of New York Magazine remarked that while the elements of the character suggested by Depp don't entirely come together, "Depp brings an infectious summer-stock zest to everything he does. Gap-toothed and leering, at times he looks like Madonna after sticking a fork in a toaster.
How he finds his characters is anybody's guess, a sort of thrift-store warehouse of eccentricities, it seems like.Alice In Wonderland - The Mad Hatter! (HQ)
The character offers no captivatingly skewed bat-house psychology. There isn't much to him, really—he's just a smiling Johnny one-note with a secret hip-hop dance move—and so we start to react to him the way that Alice does to everything else: In this adaption the Hatter is portrayed as the villain of the story, and Alice's alter-ego and is a mad woman who longs to be Queen.
SyFy's Alice[ edit ] This Hatter is portrayed as a smuggler who starts off working as a double agent for the Queen of Hearts and the Wonderland Resistance in the story; over the course of the story, he begins to side more and more with the Resistance, and ends up falling in love with Alice as he helps her along the way.
American McGee's Alice[ edit ] In the videogame American McGee's AliceThe Mad Hatter is portrayed as psychoticliterally gone "mad" and obsessed with time and clockworks, and considers himself to be a genius. He adds ingredients to the mixture: Thinking that it's done the trick, the Mad Hatter closes the watch and trimmed off the excess jam. Then, the watch goes haywire and spits out springs and wheels all over the place as it moves across the table. The March Hare uses a mallet to crush the "mad watch," bringing tears to the Rabbit.
After hearing that the watch was an unbirthday present, the Mad Hatter and March Hare wish him a "very merry unbirthday" and get him on the run.
The Disney movie suggested the reason for the many cups was that every day was an "Unbirthday", when in fact in the books, it was because the Mad Hatter had argued with his friend Time, and it was now always six o'clock, time for tea.
When Mad Hatter bows down the Queen of Hearts one of her Cardguards pokes him in the rear causing him to scream and lands near her who then tells him to take off his hat making him jump out of his shoes. When asked where he was during the incident, the Hatter explains he was home drinking tea to celebrate his unbirthday, which reminds the King of Hearts that it was the Queen's unbirthday as well, thus causing the Mad Hatter and March Hare to bring the trial to a halt to celebrate.
However, when the Cheshire Cat appears and his name is shouted by Alice and the Queen, the Dormouse goes into panic, leading to a chase that humiliates the Queen once again, though the Mad Hatter and March Hare are able to escape her wrath, leaving Alice to take the blame.
The Mad Hatter and March Hare are later seen during the reprise of the caucus race, and while Alice tries to escape the Queen and her guards, stopping the girl, insisting she joins them for a cup of tea, as their tea party is still going on.
Fortunately, she escapes, they were last seen along with Tweedledee, Tweedledum, The Walrus, and the Carpenter chasing Alice out of Wonderland, and it turns out her adventure in Wonderland was all but a dream. Bonkers The Mad Hatter in Bonkers. Bobcat 's personal make-up artists back when he worked at the Wackytoons Studio. Though a recurring character, in a sense, most of the Hatter's roles in the show were brief and minor. However, he played his largest role as a major supporting character in the episode " In the Bag ".
Here, Hatter calls Bonkers and Lucky Piquel to uncover the disappearance of his and the March Hare's valuable teacups. Trouble begins to arise when every inch of the Hatter's property, including the March Hare himself, also goes missing. As the Hatter sobs in despair at his loss, Lucky and Bonkers arrive, and the frustrated Mad Hatter takes the opportunity to inform the duo of the most recent missing items, beginning with the Hare. Then the Hatter vanishes, as well, and it's soon revealed everything was taken by a klepto handbag, longing for companionship.
When Lucky asks the Hatter if he'd like to have the bag arrested, however, he refuses, claiming the bag is now his friend, which eventually leads to the Hatter and the Hare arguing over which of them the handbag belongs to, as far as friendship goes.
The Mad Hatter made numerous cameos in House of Mouse. He usually appeared as one of the guests at the titular nightclub, often having tea with the March Hare as usual.
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In " Donald's Pumbaa Prank ", he was seen laughing and pounding his hands on his table at Donald's old cartoon about a goofy version of him skipping rope. In " Unplugged Club ", he was first seen sitting at his table next to the March Hare with a tea-filled teacup on a saucer in the palm of his hand around the beginning of the episode.
When Mickey Mouse announced that there's a spinning teacup illegally parked and that its license plate is "R-U-DIZZY", the Hatter realized it was his and went outside to repark it, causing his saucer, teacup, and tea to land in that order in front of the Hare. He was then seen passing Donald Duck after he had greeted Dalmatians and before Zeus entered the club.
The Hatter was later seen leaving the club again with a teapot when the power went out. In " Daisy's Debut ", he was shown to have auditioned for the role of Genie in Aladdin.
In " Dining Goofy ", his voice was on the phone. When Daisy told him that they don't do birthday parties, the Hatter who was sitting next to the March Hare with a cell phone asked about an unbirthday party.
When Goofy did Daisy's job the Mad Hatter was shown to be amused with the fact that he was seated with Claude Frollo who felt the opposite way. In " Max's Embarrassing Date ", he is seen "dating" Mrs. Potts and after Goofy's being tipped over; bumping into Mrs. Potts, he asks "Oh, dear! In the episode " House of Scrooge ", after the club's massive screen was replaced by a small television set, the Mad Hatter commented on the peculiar size, resulting in the March Hare after a size-reducing "Drink Me" bottle to help.
Later in that same episode, the Hatter and the Hare were the only guests to remain in the club after Scrooge's cheapness drove the other guests away, proving that you'd have to be "mad" to still be in the club under Scrooge's conditions. In Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed in at the House of Mousethe Mad Hatter goes up on stage, performing a song about why he's grateful for hats.
This segment was recycled as the opening scene in the episode " Mickey vs. The Hatter made a "gas-t of honor" cameo in the Mickey Mouse Works short " Pit Crew ", where it is revealed that he bought his hat at a hat store in Toontown. In the animated short, Electric Holidaythe Mad Hatter was one of the many Disney character guests to attend Minnie Mouse 's fashion show.
The Mad Hatter lives in a house shaped like a hat and is usually seen at his perpetually set tea table.
He tends to be rather careless with his dishes and cups. The Mad Hatter is Wonderland's chief inventor, often devising crazy machines and potions to get himself and the gang out of trouble. However, the devices tend to get them into further trouble. His catch phrase was, "How true that is. Jefferson, played by Sebastian Stanis the Mad Hatter and owns a magical hat that he can use to travel between different worlds.
In the past, he used his hat to retrieve objects for the Evil Queen.