7 Things You Should Know About Alice: Madness Returns

About Alice


Alice (TV Series 1976–1985) - IMDb

"We need to talk about Alice" was commissioned by New Zealand based agency String Theory and created to be part of Good Books' "Great Writers Series," a collection of short films made to promote the non profit organization () which is an online charity book store that sells book and donates all proceeds to Oxfam, an organization that fights hunger and poverty since 1995.

“If you wanna be realistic,” he told , “I used to be able to sit and drink whisky and never slur a word and never stumbled. That was one of the odd things about Alice, is that he never sounded drunk or acted drunk.”

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  • Disney Princess Magazines: She appeared on various magazine covers official princesses.
  • Playmates Disney Princess: Little version from Alice, 15".[1]
  • Disney Princess Sing Along Songs: Enchanted Tea Party and Disney Princess Sing Along Songs: Perfectly Princess.
  • She appears in the music video It's Not Just Make Believe.
  • Disney Princess: Storybook Little Dolls: Doll accompanying book that accompanies a story about Alice, Belle and Cinderella.[2]
  • She is one of the princesses of heart in the game Kingdom Hearts.
  • Disney Princess Celebration Collection: A porcelain doll Alice is present in this collection.[3]

Alice (TV series) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The title character in "Alice In Wonderland"
Alice Pleasance Liddell, the real girl who inspired "Alice in Wonderland"
The title character in the song "Alice's Restaurant"
Mistress Alice Ford, one the cunning wives in Shakespeare's comedy, "Merry Wives of Windsor"
Alice Hyatt, the title character in the 1974 film "Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore" and the spinoff '70s TV sitcom "Alice"
The humorous housekeeper on "The Brady Bunch"
The wife of Ralph Kramden on the TV show "The Honeymooners"
Alice Cullen of the Twilight books
Alice Mitchell, wife of Henry Mitchell and mother of Dennis Mitchell in "Dennis the Menace"
A belligerent engineer in the comic strip "Dilbert"
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"Alice Blue Gown," song from the musical IRENE, by Harry Tierney
Alice in Chains, 90's metal/grunge band
"Go Ask Alice", controversial 1971 book by an anonymous author.
Alice Cooper - Classic Rock band. Lead singer was born Vincent Damon Furnier in 1948, and after the band was formed, many took that to be his stage name. He ran with the idea.
"Alice, Sweet Alice" 1977 horror movie.
Roz's daughter's name in the tv sitcom 'Frasier'
"Alice" - a Woody Allen film
Alice Beinike - The Addams Family Musical
Alice Longbottom from Harry Potter, Neville Longbottom's mother
Alice, Shakespearian character from Henry V
Alice, title character from book/musical Alice's Adventures in Wonderland; Alice in Wonderland; Alice in Wonderland, a Musical Adventure in One Act (1871, 1951, 1972, 1997)
Alice, title character in 1950 book A Town Like Alice
Alice, title character in 1967 song Alice's Restaurant Massacree
Alice, title character in 1971 book Go Ask Alice
Alice, title character in 1972 song Slack Alice
Alice, title character in 1973 song All The Girls Love Alice
Alice, title character in 1983 musical A...My Name is Alice
Alice, title character in 1985 book The Agony of Alice
Alice, title character in 2007 book Still Alice
Alice, title character in 2008 song Alice
Alice, title character in 2008 song Alice Practice
Alice, title character in 2008 song Song for Alice
Alice, title character in 2010 song Alice
Alice, title character in 2010 song Her Name Is Alice
Alice, title character in 2011 book The Liberation of Alice Love
Alice, title character in 2012 book Putting Alice Back Together
Alice, title character in 2013 song Alice
Alice, title character in 2014 book The Truth About Alice

In , when the story centers on Alice and the Intention, it is shown that how interestingly Alice's personality has changed in many times, when Alice still as a human. When Alice's body is taken over by the Intention of the Abyss, she is gentle, timid, and has feelings for Jack; like with Jack in the past. When Alice is herself, she prefers Glen () to Jack and rather antagonistic to . However, almost the whole of Alice's personality is totally opposite with the Intention of the Abyss; especially when it comes to Jack and Oswald. Along in the series, it's shown bizarre relationships between Alice and the Intention of the Abyss as a twins. Both sisters care deeply about each other, but at first it seems they hate each other and neither of them possessed their memories at the time. Also their same possessing towards Oz. However, later it was revealed that the Intention wished to to save Alice, seeing the Intention's caring about Alice; and thus showing to us that actually The Intention never hated Alice and instead continues to care Alice so much, beside their mirrorred dark-white personality.