Virginia Davis holds a unique distinction in history: she was Walt Disney’s first movie star. In 1923, in a last attempt to save his failing Kansas City company, Laugh-O-gram Films, Walt produced a short fi lm titled Alice’s Wonderland. In this fi lm Virginia, a vivacious four-year-old moppet, appeared as Alice, a little girl who visited a cartoon studio and later dreamed her way into a cartoon world. […]

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