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Wednesday, May 30, 2007

Prod. 2721 - Bahia! (I)

The Bahia sequence in Disney's Three Caballeros (premiered in Mexico City 12/21/1944, released in the US 2/3/1945) is actually comprised of four sequences: "Have You Ever been To Bahia?," "Baia," "Baixa Do Saparteiro" and "Os Quindins De Yaya."
Here are the first three, dated 9/14/1944 (one page 9/12).

We meet the work of animators Fred Moore, John Lounsbery, Marvin Woodward and Les Clark, as well as effects animators Josh Meador, John McManus and George Rowley.
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3 Comments:

Anonymous the spectre says...

"Brazilian" is a language? I wonder if the characters from the United States are speaking "American"? :)

(and, yes, I know Brazil is in South *America*)

It's strange seeing all these "features" animators doing Donald... when they were used on the shorts it seems that they tended to animate Mickey, but now Donald's in a feature he has the priveledge of being animated by Fred Moore, Ward Kimball, Ollie Johnston etc.

Thursday, May 31, 2007 at 2:45:00 AM PDT  
Anonymous the spectre says...

Oh, and by the way, any idea who the director was?

Thursday, May 31, 2007 at 2:45:00 AM PDT  
Anonymous Hans Perk says...

Well... As the film's director, we have Norm Ferguson, but the sequence directors include Gerry Geronimi, Jack Kinney and Bill Roberts. I will see if there is any info on the other sequences...

Thursday, May 31, 2007 at 4:02:00 AM PDT  

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