Ginger Rogers records the classic "Alice in Wonderland" in 1944 for Walt Disney and DECCA Records. Ginger wrote in her book, "In March 1944, the Walt Disney Company asked me to make a recording of the Lewis Carroll classic Alice in Wonderland for the Decca Records Personality Series. I had read this story as a youngster and it was one of my childhood favorites. I was thrilled to make this recording, and it was a rewarding experience. The sales of this recording were excellent, and I received many nice fan letters. One letter in particular that I remember very well was from a little boy who asked me to come to his house and play. I guess I sounded as young as he did. Over the years, the letters have still come in, asking if I have a copy of Alice, as they want to give it to their grandchildren." Check out my book about Ginger's life and movies from the perspective of an ardent fan. http://www.viviantalksgingerrogers.blogspot.com
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Ginger Rogers (born Virginia Katherine McMath; July 16, 1911 – April 25, 1995 ) was an American...