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Broken Toys (1935) - Silly Symphonies Theatrical Cartoon Series Broken Toys

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  • 1935
  • Walt Disney Studios
  • United Artists Pictures
  • Silly Symphonies Theatrical Cartoon Series
  • Cartoon Characters: Toy Soldier, Toys.
  • Vocal Talent: Tommy Bupp (Sailor Doll, uncredited).
  • Directed By Ben Sharpsteen.
  • Produced By Walt Disney.
  • Animated By Grim Natwick.

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Cartoon Summary:

In the pile of overused and broken toys, a toy soldier rallies the troops to get themselves back into shape. A discarded sailor doll gives the other toys, including an Aunt Jemima and Stepin Fetchit doll, a plan on how they can be repaired and bring happiness to...  (more)

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Sweet, but very digestible

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This 1935 entry from Disney seems to be a labor of love on the part of the storyboard people and the animators. It is "cute" or "precious" in the way only a cartoon from 1935 can be, but that is part...  (read more)

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