I found this video a couple of years back and I found it very interesting because it is nearly as mesmerizing as the stories themselves.  While it has only the video and sound clips out of the movie, I think you can still understand some of the ideas that are represented by the story.  I think it relates to class because it is a deformation of the Disney movie of Alice in Wonderland.  It also relates with the idea of remixing a part of popular culture to create something completely different.  I found the fact that you still get to see all of the characters as they were animated, but to the beat of the song is very interesting , it creates this parallel universe where the characters are dancing around in this orchestrated dance.  It feels very reminiscent of the Fantasia movie, which has a series of animations to a number of scores written for orchestras.  While this song is not performed by actual people, it still has the same feel as Fantasia's orchestra pieces.  The video is a series of clips from the Disney version of Alice that have been put together to form a song.  

There are also many other remixes like this on youtube with other Disney movies such as Snow White and Up, the user also makes remixes out of movies such as The Terminator, Pulp Fiction, Monsters Inc., Scooby Doo, and many more.  Those can be found here: http://www.youtube.com/user/Fagottron/videos?view=0

Is this song still part of the culture revolving around the Alice stories, or does it delve into the culture of remixing?  Also, does this user have the right to take the works of other people and remix them into songs of his own?