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Alice in Wonderland (Kristine Debell)


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  • Actors: KRISTINE DEBELL
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Arrow Productions
  • Run Time: 88 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (82 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001GXDOFI
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #135,812 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

Editorial Reviews

THIS TOP-GROSSING INDEPENDENT FILM IS NOW AVAILABLE ON DVD. "ALICE IN WONDERLAND" THE FIRST ADULT MUSICAL , HAS BROKEN NEW GROUND. PLAYBOY COVERGIRL, KRISTINE DEBELL ,CONSIDERED BY MANY TO BE THE MOST BEAUTIFUL GIRL IN THE WORLD,CAN NOW BE SEEN CAVORTING EROTICALLY WITH ALL THE LEWIS CARROLL CHARACTERS. THERE HAS NEVER BEEN AN EROTIC FILM THAT CAN COME CLOSE TO THE PRODUCTION VALUE OF "ALICE IN WONDERLAND". IT IS A MILESTONE IN CINEMATIC HISTORY,AND IS MOST CERTAINLY A TRUE COLLECTORS ITEM.

Customer Reviews

This is really a fun & funny movie, but definately not the Alice in Wonderland for kids.
Charlie Spivey
Bought it to watch with my fiance and don't think he really liked it either as we shut it down after about half an hour to change to something else.
Cindy B.
I love the movie but buyer beware - it was advertised as the R and X version; you only get the R rated version.
James

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148 of 152 people found the following review helpful By dooby on January 12, 2008
Bravo to Subversive Cinema for finally bringing this gem to DVD. And to Amazon for making it widely available. This DVD contains both the X-rated and the XXX version of this infectiously happy little porno. A true classic from the Golden Age of porn.

This Alice is for adults only. The story is straight out of Lewis Carroll. Except that Alice is older. She's a small town librarian. A 20-year-old virgin and a prude. But Alice is the hottest prude you'll ever meet. Kristine DeBell was the Playmate and Playboy Centerfold for June 1976. She is the cutest little hottie, with her tiny upturned nose, petite body, all natural assets, and neatly trimmed bush (this was the 70s).

After a tiff with her horny boyfriend, prudish Alice learns all about sex in her daytrip to Wonderland. Her guides are Lewis Carrol's famous cast of characters. With a twist.

The Mad Hatter is a flasher with a 9-inch schlong. Humpty Dumpty falls off his wall and needs Alice to "blow" him up again. The White Rabbit is a perv who likes spying on Alice as she plays with herself. Tweedledum and Tweedledee are incestuous twins who can't get enough of each other. They show Alice how to get it on. The King's knights are Gay. The King is a Bongo playing African who speaks in painfully tortured rhyme (70s rap?). The Queen is a leather clad Dominatrix who takes a liking to Alice. And enjoys having her eat at her box. Alice is finally deflowered by the Texaco pump attendant (her boyfriend). It is a total laugh riot.

It may be porn but it's not like any porn you've ever seen. With fully choreographed song and dance numbers. Broadway Style and performed with gusto. A constant stream of witty one-liners. And naked flesh galore. Don't know if Kristine does her own singing but she sounds great.
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31 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Charlie Spivey on February 13, 2008
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I first saw this movie nearly 20 years ago on VHS. I ignored it for awhile until one evening I was looking for some movies before the weather
turned bad. I picked this up and decided it would probably be a loser. How wrong I was. This movie stands out above all others in this genre. The production quality was outstanding from start to finish. I thought that I would be doing the FF thing, or just stopping it and rewinding it, instead, I watched and really enjoyed this movie. I rennted it on several ocassions afterwards, and always seemed to notice something I had missed. The VHS version was the theatrical "X" rated version, although it would probably be a hard "R" today. Have I ordered the DVD? You bet I have,as I think it will make a fine addition to my varied collection. This is really a fun & funny movie, but definately not the Alice in Wonderland for kids. I am not at all surprised to see the high ratings for this movie, in fact I would be surprised by anything less. Charlie S.
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26 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Mikayel Abazyan on March 14, 2008
Well, what more can I add to the dooby's review, which is excellent (I based on it when decision on buying this DVD came to my mind)? Not that much, probably some subjective emotional expessions.

When I was watching this movie I'd had a feeling that this is probably the one and only example of this kind. The movie has a funny story-line, there are music, songs and choreography, but not a single sign of what the modern hardcore production is about. There was a spirit of the time and.... it was fun!

Maybe this movie doesn't offer what the modern understanding of XXX implies, but we have to understand the difference between those who went on exploring the area of adult movie industry in 70-s and 2000-s. This dramatical issue (among the others) is being discussed in "30 years of Alice In Wonderland" 37-minute-length featurette (which I think is very informative and interesting).

Pure and innocent. Or maybe I am wrong? Well, watch this movie and tell why if it is so.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By James F. Isenberg on June 16, 2008
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Alice In Wonderland

"Alice In Wonderland" is a carefree 1976 musical sex comedy that has endured in popularity; it holds a unique place in adult films. Though "Alice" was shot with some hardcore sex scenes, the maker or distributor (20th Century Fox!) chose to delete the explicit footage before the movie was released. Thanks to abundant nudity, and the sparkling presence of pretty Kristine DeBell, the now hard R/soft X feature became a popular and highly profitable staple on the drive-in theater circuit.

Miss DeBell was a Ford agency fashion model before making "Alice." In April 1976 she appeared on the cover of Playboy; the photo came under fire from anti-pornography zealots because it portrayed her as an underage schoolgirl. While never a "Playmate," Kristine also was pictured au natural in the August issue as part of a Helmut Newton photo feature. After "Alice," she moved on to roles in the Bill Murray comedy "Meatballs" and other mainstream films. Her TV credits include the role of Judge Harry Stone's rock star girlfriend Jennifer Black in an episode of "Night Court," and a stint on "The Young and the Restless."

In the early 1980s "Alice" was released on home video with the deleted footage restored, though the theatrical version was more widely available. The "Limited Storybook Edition" contains both the XXX and soft X versions; the Playboy cover photo is included on the back of the DVD case. The explicit footage is slightly abbreviated, most noticeably in Alice's massage scene, and has significantly more scratches, jumps, color shifts, etc. than the version released by Xtravision in the '80s.

What has always made "Alice" appealing is its lighthearted treatment of sex.
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