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Reason And Emotion

Reason And Emotion

Reason And Emotion (1943) Theatrical Cartoon Reason And Emotion

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Walt Disney Studios Bill Roberts Walt Disney
  • 1943
  • Walt Disney Studios
  • RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.
  • Theatrical Cartoon
  • Cartoon Characters: John Doake, Emotion, Reason, Miss Emotion, Miss Reason.
  • Directed By Bill Roberts.
  • Produced By Walt Disney.
  • Animated By Ward Kimball, Ollie Johnston (as Oliver M. Johnston Jr).

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A subtle propaganda film features the two halves of a man's (and woman's) mind; the rational half and the emotional half, as they each try to gain control over a person's actions.

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Emotion is depicted as a neanderthal, Reason is a straight laced fellow in a suit.
The cartoon concludes that reasoning must win out in dealing with nazism.
Still I couldn't help but notice that when the woman slaps the man because Emotion...  (read more)

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