SOUP!

SOUP! from Amos Mulder on Vimeo.

A film about soup!

canned soup in the leading role of a short allegory.

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2010

Thanks to Lee Welsch (son of Sue & brother of James) for forwarding this to the LCSNA.

Disney's 1957 Mock Turtle

This cartoon cel of Disney’s Mock Turtle is from LCSNA member Matt Crandall’s collection (featured in an interesting article on the “official” Disney fan site, D23.) Although the Mock Turtle is an important character in the book, he didn’t make it into either the 1951 or 2010 Disney movie. This frame is from a Disney animation for a 1957 Jell-O commercial – oddly fitting that they used the calf’s head (like in the original Tenniel illustration). Was Jell-O the mock turtle soup of the 1950s (and should a turtle with the head of a soybean be doing TV spots today singing “Beau–ootiful To–fuuurkey”…?) We’re told the 1957 commercial will be a special feature on the upcoming DVD release of Disney’s 1951 Alice in Wonderland.

Announcing: Twitter Interview with AAIW Illustrator Jamison Odone, Monday at 18:00 GMT

Please join the Far-Flung bloggers on Twitter tomorrow morning for a short interview in short format (140 characters) with Jamison Odone, who has recently issued an Alice’s Adventures  in Wonderland (Publishing Works, $14.95) illustrated and “retold” with stick figure drawings – the original text is intact, but he has added his own humor alongside in the comics. The conversation will take place at 11am Pacific, 2pm Eastern (18.00 GMT). To receive it, follow both the Far-Flung twitter (which we recommend anyway) @AliceAmerica, & Mr Odone @JamisonOdone. Subscribe to both of us on SMS text and get the whole thing texted to your phone! See you then…

A scene from Jamison Odone's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland