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  • The Mad Hatter
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  • The Mad Hatter began as Agrippina's solo crew after some drama in her previous crew, which ended with disbanding the crew. After a few weeks, Agrippina generated enough activity to reach established fame and immediately made her own flag, Wonderland. She allowed two of her hearties, Vacation and Notgreen, to temporarily stay in her crew. Both they were eventually kicked out after some disputes. The crew went on being just Agrippina for another few months when a hearty of hers, Maac, asked if he could join.
  • 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.
  • The Mad Hatter is on a boat!
  • The Mad Hatter is a character originating from Lewis Carroll's 1865 novel Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. In the book, the character is always referred to as the Hatter, never the "Mad Hatter." There are at least two different versions of the character in Disney media: B-DIS-0170.jpg| Mad Hatter from Walt Disney's 1951 animated film, Alice in Wonderland 10 johnny depp.jpg|Tarrant Hightopp, from Tim Burton's 2010 film, Alice in Wonderland
  • Peter is so happy after spending time with Evelyn in "Mom's the Word" that he notes that he hadn't been that grateful since meeting the Sane Hatter. A cutaway shows him expressing his thanks for getting sensible advice rather than the nonsense given by the Mad Hatter. The Sane Hatter admits that they consider the Hatter something of a dick.
  • The Mad Hatter is a character from the book Alice in Wonderland. He lives in Wonderland with Tweedledee and Tweedledum and other Wonderland characters.
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  • 2010
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  • The Mad Hatter
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  • "The Mad Hatter"
original upload date
  • Sep.23.2010
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  • 1
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  • supervisor
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  • 20
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  • 2012
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  • 10
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Singer
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  • dormant
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Appearance
  • 2.0
Producer
Hair
  • Gray
Name
  • The Mad Hatter
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  • yes
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organized
  • no
Politics
  • Autocratic
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  • voice
  • puppeteer
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Color
  • black; color: white
Captain
Debut
  • 1985
Flag
Founded
  • yes
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  • The Mad Hatter began as Agrippina's solo crew after some drama in her previous crew, which ended with disbanding the crew. After a few weeks, Agrippina generated enough activity to reach established fame and immediately made her own flag, Wonderland. She allowed two of her hearties, Vacation and Notgreen, to temporarily stay in her crew. Both they were eventually kicked out after some disputes. The crew went on being just Agrippina for another few months when a hearty of hers, Maac, asked if he could join.
  • 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.
  • The Mad Hatter is on a boat!
  • The Mad Hatter is a character originating from Lewis Carroll's 1865 novel Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. In the book, the character is always referred to as the Hatter, never the "Mad Hatter." There are at least two different versions of the character in Disney media: B-DIS-0170.jpg| Mad Hatter from Walt Disney's 1951 animated film, Alice in Wonderland 10 johnny depp.jpg|Tarrant Hightopp, from Tim Burton's 2010 film, Alice in Wonderland
  • Peter is so happy after spending time with Evelyn in "Mom's the Word" that he notes that he hadn't been that grateful since meeting the Sane Hatter. A cutaway shows him expressing his thanks for getting sensible advice rather than the nonsense given by the Mad Hatter. The Sane Hatter admits that they consider the Hatter something of a dick.
  • The Mad Hatter is a character from the book Alice in Wonderland. He lives in Wonderland with Tweedledee and Tweedledum and other Wonderland characters.
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