History Disney / FunAndFancyFree

7th Feb '16 3:06:45 PM nombretomado
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Released in [[TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation 1947]], ''Fun and Fancy Free'' is the 9th Film in the Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon.
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Released in [[TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation 1947]], ''Fun and Fancy Free'' is the 9th Film in the Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon.
3rd Feb '16 5:41:34 PM theLibrarian
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* SlapSlapKiss: Literally in the case of the wild bears in ''Bongo'', who show that they like other bears by slapping them.
6th Dec '15 3:54:52 PM morenohijazo
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* LeafBoat: Mickey, Donald and Goofy cross the giant's moat on a giant leaf. Jiminy Cricket also uses one in the introduction.
3rd Dec '15 11:01:18 PM MHarrington
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* RealAfterAll: At the end Bergen has to tell Mortimer that Willie didn't die because he wasn't real to begin with. And then Willie lifts the roof off their home looking for Mickey.
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* RealAfterAll: At the end Bergen has to tell Mortimer that Willie didn't die because he wasn't real to begin with.with, that he was just a figment of the imagination. And then Willie lifts the roof off their home looking for Mickey.

* RedEyesTakeWarning: Willie's eyes flash red when he awakens from his sleep to discover Mickey and company making off with the harp.
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* RedEyesTakeWarning: Willie's blue eyes flash red when he awakens from his sleep to discover Mickey and company making off with the harp.

** Likewise, when Bongo first aired on TV, the narration by Dinah Shore was replaced by that of Jiminy Cricket himself.
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** Likewise, when Bongo When ''Bongo'' first aired on TV, the narration by Dinah Shore was replaced by that of Jiminy Cricket himself.himself (this version, too, was released separately on video in the late '80s).
9th Nov '15 1:58:25 PM @nick456judy
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* StockSoundEffects: Wolf Howling
27th Sep '15 1:38:56 PM ctempire
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* StockSoundEffects: Aside from minor stock sound effects heard throughout the film, the sound during the fall of Willie is the same as planes diving down during UsefulNotes/WorldWar2.
20th Aug '15 10:46:29 PM MHarrington
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* ProductionForeshadowing: When Mickey and his friends find Willie's giant footprints, Charlie possibly does this by joking that Disney/{{Cinderella}} (whose movie premiered three years after this one did) couldn't have made them.
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* ProductionForeshadowing: When Mickey and his friends find Willie's giant footprints, Charlie possibly does this by joking that Disney/{{Cinderella}} (whose movie premiered three years after this one did) did, and which was in fact in production at the time of this film's release) couldn't have made them.

** Japan also had several dubs; One version has Rokuro Naya as Mickey; the other has Takashi Aoyagi, and both versions still have Yu Shimaka and Koichi Yamadera as Goofy and Donald, respectively.
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** Japan also had several dubs; dubs. One version has Rokuro Naya as Mickey; the other has Takashi Aoyagi, and both versions still have Yu Shimaka and Koichi Yamadera as Goofy and Donald, respectively.
5th Jul '15 10:05:28 AM Morgenthaler
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Unlike most other Disney animated features from before the age of home video, this was never given a theatrical re-release. Sometimes, however, the individual segments were each tacked onto another Disney release and/or aired on television, usually as part of episodes of [[WaltDisneyPresents the Disney anthology series]]. Mickey and the Beanstalk is by far the more well known of the two shorts, and can often by found in other DVD collections by itself.
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Unlike most other Disney animated features from before the age of home video, this was never given a theatrical re-release. Sometimes, however, the individual segments were each tacked onto another Disney release and/or aired on television, usually as part of episodes of [[WaltDisneyPresents [[Series/WaltDisneyPresents the Disney anthology series]]. Mickey and the Beanstalk is by far the more well known of the two shorts, and can often by found in other DVD collections by itself.
1st Jul '15 7:32:10 AM SAMAS
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* StockScream: One of, if not the, first uses of what is now known as the "Goofy Holler".
21st Jun '15 11:29:27 AM MHarrington
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* TheLoveSlapOfEpiphany: The Bongo story. There was even a song about it.
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* TheLoveSlapOfEpiphany: The Bongo story. There was even a song about it. it, part of which goes like this: -->''When a bird loves a bird he can twitter''\\ ''When a puppy falls in love he can yap''\\ ''Every pigeon likes to coo''\\ ''When he says I love you''\\ ''But a bear likes to say it with a slap''
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