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The Three Caballeros

  • G
  • DVD
  • 1 disc
  • Region 1 USA/CA (info)
  • Theatrical release: 1945. Rereleased 1977. THE THREE CABALLEROS is the seventh full-length animated feature from Walt Disney Pictures. Filmed in Technicolor, supervised by Natalie Kalmus, Morgan Padelford, and Phil Dike. Additional performers: Almirante, Trio Calaveras, Ascension Del Rio Trio, and Padua Hills Players. "The Three Caballeros" introduced the characters "Pablo the Penguin" and "Little Gauchito." Aurora Miranda (who was the sister of Carmen Miranda) performs the musical numbers "Os Quindins de Yaya" and "Baia." Carmen Molina performs the "Jesusita" Chihuahua dance. Dora Luz performs "You Belong to My Heart." This film is one of many U.S. movies that focused on Latin America during the 1940s in what was known as "the Good Neighbor Policy". At that time, the United States was concerned with winning South American support for the Allies in World War II; Brazil, for example, hesitated for quite a while before deciding which side to join in the war. In addition, with the European market virtually closed due to the fighting, U.S. studios hoped to sell their product to Latin America and thus recoup some of their losses abroad. This was Disney's second Latin American-based film; the first was "Saludos Amigos," an episodic short.
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 19599

  • Credits
    Aurora Miranda, Carmen Molina, Dora Luz
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