Images of The Walrus and the Carpenter from Alice in Wonderland.
The Walrus and the Carpenter, by Mary Blair.
The Walrus entices the Oysters, by Mary Blair.
The Carpenter and the oysters, by Mary Blair.
The Alice in Wonderland cast line-up
Films and Television
”...to talk of other things, like shoes and ships and sealing wax, cabbages and kings!”
”While the sea is boiling hot...
...and even pigs have wings...
...come today, no work today...
...we’re the cabbages and kings.”
The Carpenter discovers the family of oysters.
The Carpenter whistles to the Walrus.
The Carpenter tries to get the oysters...
...but the Walrus stops him.
The Walrus walks to the oyster family.
”Oysters, come out and walk with us.”
”A pleasant walk, a pleasant talk would be a sheer delight.”
The Walrus smacks the Carpenter with his cane.
The Walrus loses his patience.
The Walrus lures the oysters with his Pied Piper tune.
The Carpenter gathers pieces of a broken ship.
The Carpenter rapidly builds a cafe.
The Walrus continues to lure the oysters into the cafe.
”Well now, let me see...”
”Ah, a loaf of bread is what we chiefly need.”
”Now, if you’re ready, oysters, dear, we can begin the feed.”
The Walrus prepares to eat the oysters.
The Carpenter prepares a fancy meal.
The Walrus nervously prepares to run.
The Carpenter gets ready to attack the Walrus for leaving him out of the feast.
The Carpenter chases away the Walrus.
Disney parks and other live appearances