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* The Caterpillar is also referenced in Melanie Martinez's song Mad Hatter.
* The Caterpillar turned moth is also a main male character in The Splintered Series by A.G. Howard, in this series his name is Morpheus
*[[Vladimir Nabokov]] refers to "the elenctic tones of Lewis Carroll's caterpillar" when describing the voice of a "stupid and suspicious" hotel manager in [[The Real Life of Sebastian Knight]].
 
===Disney film===
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| voice = [[Richard Haydn]] (original film) <br /> [[Corey Burton]] (''[[House of Mouse]]'')
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His memorable phrase is a breathy "Whooo&nbsp;... are&nbsp;... you?". In the Disney animated film, this line is visualised as exhalations of smoke in the shapes "O", "R" and "U". Alice remarks in the original story that the Caterpillar will one day [[Metamorphosis|turn into]] a [[butterfly]], and in both the 1999 television film and Disney's 1951 version he does so in Alice's presence. He is voiced by [[Richard Haydn]].
 
 
===Tim Burton films===
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