|Alice in Wonderland (1915)|
|Directed by||W.W. Young|
|Written by||Lewis Carroll|
|Release date||January 19, 1915|
|Language||Silent film (English)|
This film version is notable for depicting the 'Father William' poem in its entirety. it is ironic that a silent film would depict a poem while none of the later talking versions attempted it. During the telling of poem, there is a startling image of Tenniel's illustration of Father William doing his back-somersault at the front door.