Saludos Amigos

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Walt Disney Pictures Released 1943

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Director:
Hamilton Luske , Bill Roberts
Released:
1943
Rating:
G
Composed of four animated shorts: "Lake Titicaca" (Donald tours the Andes); "Pedro" (Baby airplane delivers mail over the Andes); "Aquarela do Brasil" (landscape scenes of Brazil); "El Gaucho Goofy" (Goofy as a South American gaucho).
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  • The beginning of a very dark era with an extremely mediocre take-off

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    Being released after five straight masterpieces, "Saludos Amigos" has a lot to live up to. And unfortunately, this was a big disappointment to many fans. And it's easy to see why. But it's not Walt's fault. During World War II, this is what he was forced to do due to financial troubles. This was a South America passion project and is the shortest feature from the company to date. The shorts are fairly decent. One is almost terrible, one is forgettable, and two are quite entertaining. But "Saludos Amigos" still just doesn't stand as a strong feature. Sadly, along with a few of the other package films in this era, it faded into memory pretty quickly and is not likely to make a comeback anytime soon.moreless

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