Disney's animated version of "Alice in Wonderland" may not be the strongest in the story department as the plot takes a rather episodic route, but that's mostly because Lewis Carroll's classic fantasy book is a tricky text to adapt.
Beyond that, "Alice in Wonderland" embraces the nonsensical nature of Wonderland as it sends Alice to meet one wacky character after another. The three directors assigned to make sense of Carroll's text had a particular affinity towards his poetic riddles.
For my money, the entire tea party with the Mad Hatter & March Hare and the march of the playing cards are the two finest sequences in any Disney animated film. The former for the pitch-perfect comedic timing and strong vocal performances, especially Ed Wynn as the Hatter. The latter for a brilliant musical score and some truly stunning animation from the Disney team.
What a fitting film viewing for my Un-Birthday.