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Panama (1982) Panama

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  • Cartoon Characters: Bear, Tiger, Crow.
  • Originally Released in 1982 (Estimate).

  • Color
  • Running Time: 7 minutes.
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

Cartoon Summary:

Two friends, a bear and a tiger, live happily in a cozy little house in the country. One day, the bear finds a box of bananas on the river. The box is labeled "Panama."

The bananas smell so good that the bear thinks the whole country must smell that way. The bear decides that Panama is the land of his dreams, and that he and his friend the tiger must go there.

After several tiring days of travel, the bear and tiger meet a crow, who tells them that he can show them the land of their dreams if they follow him to the highest branch of a tree.

Once at the top, the bear and tiger look out upon the land that surrounds their own home. The two friends have never seen the land from this perspective before. They are so taken with the beauty of this sight that they decide they must be in Panama. In other words, "there's no place like home."

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When I first saw this cartoon 20 years ago, I felt it was more of a satire of religious beliefs of some, or of religion as a whole. Now after seeing it again I'm almost sure of it. I'm going off to do some research on the author to see if it's...  (read more)

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