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23rd Feb '17 5:46:09 AM 9thOutworldsMan
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The shorts are tied together with a framing story starring Jiminy Cricket from ''{{Disney/Pinocchio}}'', who sets up a record player that plays the first story, and then attends a birthday party where the second story is told by Creator/EdgarBergen and his puppets Charlie [=McCarthy=] and Mortimer Snerd. ''Mickey and the Beanstalk'' is by far the more well known of the two shorts, being actually more well-known that the movie itself.

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The shorts are tied together with a framing story starring Jiminy Cricket from ''{{Disney/Pinocchio}}'', who sets up a record player that plays the first story, and then attends a birthday party where the second story is told by Creator/EdgarBergen and his puppets Charlie [=McCarthy=] and Mortimer Snerd. ''Mickey and the Beanstalk'' is by far the more well known of the two shorts, being actually more well-known that than the movie itself.
10th Nov '16 8:43:54 AM Prinzenick
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* AdaptationalAlternateEnding: The original Bongo story does feature a happy ending, but is still more cynical and violent. Notably, Bongo never becomes accepted by the other bears, his beloved rejects him for Lumpjaw, and the happy ending comes from another circus troupe finding him and re-introducing him to civilization. In the movie, the other bears and his beloved accept him.

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* AdaptationalAlternateEnding: The original Bongo "Little Bear Bongo" story does feature a happy ending, but is still more cynical and violent. Notably, Bongo never becomes accepted by the other bears, his beloved rejects him for Lumpjaw, and the happy ending comes from another circus troupe finding him and re-introducing him to civilization. In the movie, the other bears and his beloved accept him.
10th Nov '16 8:43:06 AM Prinzenick
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* ''Bongo'': The story of a circus bear who escapes into the forest.

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* ''Bongo'': An adaptation of Creator/SinclairLewis' short childrens story "Little Bear Bongo". The story of a circus bear who escapes into the forest.



* DisneyFication: The original Bongo story was more dark and cynical than the adaptation Disney does for it here, right down to the ending being the exact opposite of what happens in the book.

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* DisneyFication: The original Bongo story was more dark and cynical than the adaptation Disney does for it here, right down to the ending being the exact opposite of what happens in the book.short story.
10th Nov '16 8:41:57 AM Prinzenick
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* AdaptationalAlternateEnding: The original Bongo story does feature a happy ending, but is still more cynical and violent. Notably, Bongo never becomes accepted by the other bears, his beloved rejects him for Lumpjaw, and the happy ending comes from another circus troupe finding him and re-introducing him to civilization. In the movie, the other bears and his beloved accept him.


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* DisneyFication: The original Bongo story was more dark and cynical than the adaptation Disney does for it here, right down to the ending being the exact opposite of what happens in the book.
25th Oct '16 10:30:22 AM Morgenthaler
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25th Oct '16 10:29:41 AM Morgenthaler
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* OurGiantsAreBigger: Willie the Giant in the "Mickey and the Beanstalk" segment is the villain in this ''Literature/JackAndTheBeanstalk'' adaptation. He's several stories tall, looks quite human, and lives in his castle high in the clouds. He's also a giant ''magician'', being a consumate shapeshifter. He keeps a magical animate harp imprisoned, whom Mickey, Goofy, and Donald need to save.

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* OurGiantsAreBigger: Willie the Giant in the "Mickey and the Beanstalk" segment is the villain in this ''Literature/JackAndTheBeanstalk'' adaptation. He's several stories tall, looks quite human, and lives in his castle high in the clouds. He's also a giant ''magician'', being a consumate consummate shapeshifter. He keeps a magical animate harp imprisoned, whom Mickey, Goofy, and Donald need to save.
8th Jun '16 10:46:40 AM Rubber_Lotus
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* AdaptationDisplacement: Averted for ''Mickey and the Beanstalk'', as the non-Disney version of the fairy tale is still pretty ubiquitous in American childhoods. Played straight for ''Bongo'' - it's already obscure by Disney standards, but pretty much no one knows about the original short story penned by Creator/SinclairLewis.
8th Jun '16 10:46:14 AM Rubber_Lotus
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* AdaptationDisplacement: Averted for ''Mickey and the Beanstalk'', as the non-Disney version of the fairy tale is still pretty ubiquitous in American childhoods. Played straight for ''Bongo'' - it's already obscure by Disney standards, but pretty much no one knows about the original short story penned by Creator/SinclairLewis.
27th Feb '16 10:07:33 AM ScroogeMacDuck
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The shorts are tied together with a framing story starring Jiminy Cricket from ''{{Disney/Pinocchio}}'', who sets up a record player that plays the first story, and then attends a birthday party where the second story is told by Creator/EdgarBergen and his puppets Charlie [=McCarthy=] and Mortimer Snerd.

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 [[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.

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The shorts are tied together with a framing story starring Jiminy Cricket from ''{{Disney/Pinocchio}}'', who sets up a record player that plays the first story, and then attends a birthday party where the second story is told by Creator/EdgarBergen and his puppets Charlie [=McCarthy=] and Mortimer Snerd.

Snerd. ''Mickey and the Beanstalk'' is by far the more well known of the two shorts, being actually more well-known that the movie itself.

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 [[Series/WaltDisneyPresents the Disney anthology series]]. Mickey While ''Bongo'' was usually left unchanged, ''Mickey and the Beanstalk is by far Beanstalk''[='=] solo releases were mostly based on a ''Disneyland'' episode where they had replaced the more well known of the two shorts, narration by Edgar Bergen and can often his puppets with one by found in other DVD collections by itself.
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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.
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