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Dumbo (1941) Feature Length Theatrical Animated Film Dumbo

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Walt Disney Studios Ed Brophy, Herman Bing, Margaret Wright, Sterling Holloway, Verna Felton, Noreen Gamill, Dorothy Scott, Sarah Selby, Cliff Edwards; Full Voice Cast Full Voice Cast.. Ben Sharpsteen, Bill Tytla, Fred Moore, Ward Kimball, John Lounsbery; more Directors More Directors.. Walt Disney , , , , , , , , , ; more Writers More Writers.. Oliver Wallace, Frank Churchill, Ned Washington, Edward H. Plumb, Sonovox
  • 1941
  • Walt Disney Studios
  • RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.
  • Feature Length Theatrical Animated Film
  • Cartoon Characters: Dumbo, Timothy Q. Mouse, Casey Jr., Stork, Mrs. Jumbo, Prissy, Matriarch, Giggles, Catty, Joe, Skinny, Fat Crow, Jim Dandy Crow, Glasses Crow, Preacher Crow, Straw Hat Crow, Jim Crow.
  • Vocal Talent: Ed Brophy (Timothy), Herman Bing (Ringmaster), Margaret Wright (Casey, Jr.), Sterling Holloway (Stork), Verna Felton (Matriarch), Noreen Gamill (Elephant), Dorothy Scott (Elephant), Sarah Selby (Elephant), Cliff Edwards (Jim Crow), Jim Carmichael (Crows), Billy Bletcher (Clown), Billy Sheets (Joe, Clown), Malcolm Hutton (Skinny), Harold Manley (Boy), Tony Neil (Boy), Charles Stubbs (Boy), Hall Johnson Choir (Crows), John McLeish (Narrator), Betty Noyes (Singer, "Baby Mine").
  • Directed By Ben Sharpsteen.
    Directing Animators: Bill Tytla (as Vladimir Tytla), Fred Moore, Ward Kimball, John Lounsbery, Art Babbitt, Wolfgang Reitherman.
  • Produced By Walt Disney.
  • Animated By Hugh Fraser, Howard Swift, Harvey Toombs, Don Towsley, Milt Neil, Les Clark, Hicks Lokey, Claude Smith, Berny Wolf, Ray Patterson, Jack Campbell, Grant Simmons, Walt Kelly, Josh Meador, Don Patterson, Bill Shull, Cy Young, Art Palmer.
    Supervising Animators: Norm Ferguson (as Norman Ferguson), Wilfred Jackson, Bill Roberts, Jack Kinney, Sam Armstrong.
  • Written By Joe Grant, Dick Huemer.
    Story Development: Bill Peet, Aurie Battaglia, Joe Rinaldi, Webb Smith, George Stallings.
    Story Direction: Otto Englander.
    Original Book, "Dumbo, the Flying Elephant": Helen Aberson, Harold Pearl.

Additional Crew:

  • Art Direction: Herb Ryman, Ken O'Connor, Terrell Stapp, Don Da Gradi, Al Zinnen, Ernest Nordli, Dick Kelsey, Charles Payzant; John Hubley (uncredited).
  • Character Design: John P. Miller, Martin Provensen, John Wallbridge, James Bodrero, Maurice Noble, Elmer Plummer.
  • Backgrounds: Claude Coats, Al Dempster, John Hench, Gerald Nevius, Ray Lockrem, Joe Stahley.

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Cartoon Summary:

Circus elephant Mrs. Jumbo's little baby has huge ears, earning him the derision of the circus population and the nickname "Dumbo." After his mother is locked up...  (more)

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Still too long at 64 minutes

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This is a good movie in a lot of ways, but the plot is too simplistic to sustain it for its full length. I got bored with Dumbo's drunken stupor and fast-forwarded through the last half. Lots of people claim that is a wonderful segment. It just felt...  (read more)

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Today, many people may just assume that Dumbo is just a children’s movie. Well, it is…but isn’t at the same time. Dumbo was made near the end of the Depression, when people still needed help taking their minds off of economical troubles. The movie has...  (read more)

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This one gives you everything from comedy (the clowns figures as the get out of costume in silhouette through the circus tent) to true, unforced, "REAL" pathos (anyone who doesn't tear up or at least sniffle a little at Mrs. Jumbo rocking her...  (read more)

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