The Three Caballeros (1944)
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as Donald Duck
as Narrator/Professor Holloway
as Joe Carioca
as The Brazilian Girl
as Mexico Girl
as Mexico Girl
Critic Reviews for The Three Caballeros
A brilliant hodgepodge of Mr. Disney's illustrative art-a literal spinwheel of image, color and music which tumbles at you with explosive surprise.
No other Disney feature achieved this level of exuberant abstraction, or displayed the same sheer pleasure in the magic of the animator's art.
less of a propaganda piece and more of a narrative story
Audience Reviews for The Three Caballeros
A solid follow-up to Saludos Amigos that combines animation and live action with sheer perfection, even if it is a bit irregular and only really amusing until the last ten minutes, when it goes in Fantasia mode Latin style and freaks out in a mad and tedious psychedelia of colors and music.
Number 2 From Compilation era The animation is a bit more interesting then the previous film, and it does have it's fun moments throughout. It's hard to give this era of films a long thorough review because when it comes down to it some shorts were fun and others weren't. Next up: Make Mine... hmm third word that begins with M what could it possibly be.
Great sights and sounds of South America made in this Walt Disney colourful, sweetly nostalgic, forties flavoured travelogue which highlights some of the more exotic cities of Latin America with my favourite Disney cartoon character, Donald Duck with Joe Carioca and Panchito the Charro Rooster as tour guides.