Mickey and the Beanstalk (1947)
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Audience Reviews for Mickey and the Beanstalk
Did you kill seven with one blow? A Golden Harp has been stolen from a local city that causes the ground to dry up and make crops impossible to grow. Goofy, Donald, and Mickey struggle to make ends meet and eventually need to sell their cow for one last meal; unfortunately, the cow is sold for some magic beans. The magic beans lead them up the beanstalk and to the Giant that stole the harp. "Happy Valley was once again valley happy." Hamilton Luske (Cinderella, Alice in Wonderland, and Pinocchio) and Bill Roberts (Pinocchio, Bambi, and Dumbo) collaborate to deliver Mickey and the Beanstalk and the corresponding short tales. The storyline for this animated gem is very well done and fun. The characters, dialogue and especially the animation were all perfect. The voices fit the characters very well. "Look at the size of that meal!" We came across this film on Netflix and knew it would be a fun one to watch with my six year old. She loved it. The classic Disney animation is still so wonderful and aged well. I strongly recommend watching this with your child. There is still magic in this picture. "Truly a picture of despair. Despairing Duck." Grade: A-
Mickey, Donald and Goofy are all in this spectacular Disney animated classic, which is still charming today.
There's something that i've always loved about this interpretation of Jack and the Beanstalk. It has fun characters and a good sense of humor that doesn't go overboard. It's a perfect little adventure with your favorite Disney animations.