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Desc:In the way that Primitive Radio Gods are the 90s, this in turn is the 40s
Category:Cartoons & Animation, Classic Movies
Tags:cats, Disney, Bebop, benny goodman, make mine music
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kiint - 2007-08-29
some of the best, thanks Oswald
oswaldtheluckyrabbit - 2007-08-30
This is a segment from one of the "package features" that Disney made during the war. Nobody really remembers them today, and I'm not sure if they're on DVD (well, I'm sure Song of the South isn't). They're nothing but short segments shoved together with live-action interstitial material in between. This one is from "Make Mine Music".

"The Three Caballeros" is by far the best one. Steal money from your grandma to see that movie, if you have to.
DMKA - 2007-08-30
"Make Mine Music" is on DVD. Song of the South has never seen a DVD release for silly reasons.

Xenocide - 2007-08-30
Take THAT, ukulele guy!

Oh, and Oswald, all the package films (except Song of the South, for reasons which should be obvious) are on DVD. Three Caballeros is no longer in print, but you can find it pretty easily online.
cognitivedissonance - 2007-08-30
"Peter and the Wolf" is also on this package. The 9 Old Men really did their best work when Walt was distracted with Union troubles.
Xiphias - 2007-08-30
white kids love jazz!
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