The Three Caballeros

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Walt Disney Pictures Released 1945

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Director:
Norman Ferguson
Released:
1945
Rating:
G
Donald receives his birthday gifts which include traditional gifts and information about South America and Mexico.
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  • A decent time-killer with some disturbing shorts

    6.5
    The second of these package films, "The Three Caballeros", is more or less of a sequel to "Saludos Amigos". And it is definitely the better of the two. "The Three Caballeros" has snappier and more creative animation, a longer running time, and more shorts where most of them are better than the shorts of "Saludos Amigos". But the short in here are a bit of a mixed bag. Some of them are entertaining and/or touching, some are lazy and irrelevant, and some are just plain creepy (and not in a very good way). But overall, it's a fairly decent time-killer that is while nowhere near the standards of Walt's first five films, it's not something I minded watching.moreless

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