3D Alice in Wonderland 3D爱丽丝梦游仙境
Number 10 spot is given to Eaglet:
Alice and many animals and birds along with a Duck, Dodo, Lory and Eaglet swam from a lake that was actually a pool of Alice's tears. While at the shore they were discussing how to get dry. Dodo was talking in business terms about adjourning the meeting and adopting more energetic remedies. To this Eaglet called out this quoted sentence:
"Speak English! I don't know the meaning of half those long words, and I don't believe you do either!" -Eaglet
Number 9 is a quote from Alice herself.
This takes place during the court scene. Alice argues with the Queen of Hearts about the order of a verdict and a sentence, and then Alice realizes that she is her normal size again and does not need to care what the Queen says. This is why she yells out:
"You're nothing but a pack of cards!" -Alice
Number 8 is from the Duchess during the game of croquet after she is released from prison to take part in the game. Alice is quietly thinking about how pepper and other spices affect people.
The Duchess is trying to remember what kind of a moral there is in thinking and not speaking. Alice thinks that there is no moral in it. Therefore the Duchess teaches Alice that:
"Everything's got a moral, if only you can find it." -The Duchess
Number 7 is a quote from the Mock Turtle. He, the Gryphon and Alice are at the sea shore. Alice tells them about her adventures of the day and how she was repeating a poem to the Caterpillar and how the words came out all wrong. The Gryphon is very interested and asks Alice to repeat a poem called "It's the voice of the sluggard". Of course the words come out all different again. This is what the Mock Turtle calls it:
"Well, I never heard it before, but it sounds uncommon nonsense." -The Mock Turtle
At number 6 is a quote from the White Rabbit. Alice follows the White Rabbit into the rabbit hole and finds herself in a long corridor. She sees the White Rabbit hurrying down the passage. Alice sprints after him just in time to hear the White Rabbit say:
"Oh my ears and whiskers, how late it's getting!" -White Rabbit