Banjo, The Woodpile Cat
A story about your average young cat, with major growing pains. When one of his pranks backfires, Banjo, a mischievous country kitten, avoids a spanking from his... (more)
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This was a seven-year project embarked upon (in 1972) by Don Bluth, Gary Goldman, John Pomeroy and several dozen other Disney animators eager to return to the studio's traditional style of... (more)
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Banjo, the woodpile cat
|Comments By: PhilFree|
Perhaps not as brilliant as The Small One or The Secret Of Nimh; this early short by Don Bluth is quite enjoyable and demonstrates again that you can still make a good cartoon using the classic methods; which was his obsession at the time. Too bad it has not... (read more)
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