The Wind in the Willows (1949)
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You're fast becoming a menace to society. Mr. Toad is a well to do young man with fast ways and fast friends. He becomes friends with the weasels despite his better judgment and the recommendations of his friends. The weasels get him a fast car that ends up being stolen and Mr. Toad in line to go to jail. Can Toad get himself out of this mess? "The world owes us a living." James Algar (Bambi and Fantasia) and Jack Kinney (Dumbo and Peter Pan) collaborate to deliver The Wind in the Willows. The storyline for this picture is fun and unfolds well and a bit uniquely for the Disney genre. The animation style is beautiful/classic Disney and the voices fit the characters well. "A new Toad was born." These volumes are on Netflix and I added them to my queue to watch with my daughter. We watched through this one twice and both enjoyed the storyline. The characters are interesting and funny, though a bit tragic at times. I strongly recommend watching this classic with your children. "You tried to sell me a stolen motor car!" Grade: B+/A-
The inspiration for "Mr Toad's Wild Ride" at Disneyland.
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