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The Three Caballeros

The Three Caballeros (1945) Theatrical Cartoon The Three Caballeros

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  • Walt Disney Studios
  • Theatrical Cartoon Pictures and Posters
  • Featuring: Donald Duck, Pablo, King Neptune, Professor Holloway (The Cold-Blooded Penguin)
    Donald Duck, The Gauchito, the Burrito (The Flying Gauchito)
    Donald Duck, Jose Carioca, Panchito, Aracuan Bird (Bahia)
    Donald Duck, Jose Carioca, Panchito, Aracuan Bird (La Piņata).
  • Originally Released on February 03, 1945.
  • Originally Released Theatrically.
  • TechniColor
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

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Donald Duck receives birthday gifts from his amigos, Jose Carioca, the parrot, and Panchito, the Mexican charro rooster. Donald opens a birthday package containing a movie projector, and watches "The Cold-Blooded Penguin," The Flying Gauchito, "Bahia" and "La...  (more)

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The Better of the Two "Latin American" Films


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This film really needs to be viewed along with "Saludos Amigos" as it is really the second part of a single "Latin American" film (and as they are both so short, it really doesn't make for a long "double feature". The...  (read more)

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The Three Caballeros


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I really love this movie and the music and the songs are nicely well done.

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