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Three Little Pigs
Alternate Title: The Three Little PigsThree Little Pigs (The Three Little Pigs) (1933) - Silly Symphonies Theatrical Cartoon Series by Dave Koch
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- Traditional Animation
- Walt Disney Studios
- Distributed by: United Artists Pictures
- Cartoon Characters: Fiddler Pig, Fife Pig, Practical Pig, The Big Bad Wolf.
- Voice Actors: Mary Moder, Dorothy Compton, Pinto Colvig, Billy Bletcher.
- Directed By Burt Gillett.
- Produced By Walt Disney.
- Animated By Fred Moore, Norm Ferguson, Art Babbitt, Dick Lundy, Norman King.
- Awards: Academy Award Winner, Best Short Subject (Cartoon), 1934.
- Music: Pinto Colvig, Ted Sears, Frank Churchill.
- Originally Released on May 27, 1933.
- Originally Released Theatrically.
- Running Time: 8:41 minutes.
- Production Number: 3309
Three little pigs set off to the great wide world; their first step, to build a house. They each have their own life philosophies, which govern their lives, and they types of houses... (more)
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"The Three Little Pigs."
"Les Trios Petits Cochons (French)."
This short spawned three sequels, 'The Big Bad Wolf", 'Three Little Wolves", and 'The Practical Pig." Modern releases have deleted a scene in which the wolf disguises himself as a Jewish peddler/Fuller... (more)
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