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*[[Gonzo]] played a friendlier Mad Hatter in [[Episode 506: Brooke Shields|Episode 506]] of ''[[The Muppet Show]]''.
 
*[[Gonzo]] played a friendlier Mad Hatter in [[Episode 506: Brooke Shields|Episode 506]] of ''[[The Muppet Show]]''.
 
*[[Martin Short]] played a more traditional version the role in ''[[Alice in Wonderland (film)|Alice in Wonderland]]''.
 
*[[Martin Short]] played a more traditional version the role in ''[[Alice in Wonderland (film)|Alice in Wonderland]]''.
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Image:Grover-madhatter.jpg|[[Grover]] in ''[[Abby in Wonderland]]''
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Revision as of 04:49, October 5, 2008

Performer:
Big Mick • (puppeteer)
Tony Haygarth • (voice)
Madhatter
Design Team:
Lyle Conway • (design supervisor)

The Mad Hatter appeared in Dreamchild. Manifesting in Alice Hargreaves' hotel room along with the Dormouse and March Hare, the Hatter is more menacing and grotesque than his print counterpart in Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. Trembling in a manner reminiscent of mercury poisoning (also known as "hatter's shakes"), the Mad Hatter beats his companions and browbeats the elderly Alice, shouting "You should be dead!" He soon returns to musing about his slow watch, repaired with the best butter.

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