History Disney / TheThreeCaballeros

31st Jul '16 4:54:47 PM KonaKonaFan
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* DisproportionateRetribution: What could Panchito possibly do that has Donald and José do everything from pouring a bucket of water down his throat, to growing a giant hedge in front of him and setting it on fire, to cutting the floor out from under him, to threatening him with an ''axe'' and a ''cannon''? Hold a note. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wf2OYnxOeps No, really, that's it.]]
19th Apr '16 10:41:49 AM Berrenta
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* GetOnWithItAlready: José asks Donald if he's been to Bahia 5 times before Donald finally loses his patience as reverses the question, asking if José himself has been to Bahia. [[spoiler: He hasn't]].
11th Apr '16 8:12:34 PM Karalora
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* DisproportionateRetribution: What could Panchito possibly do that has Donald and José do everything from pouring a bucket of water down his throat, to growing a giant hedge in front of him and setting it on fire, to cutting the floor out from under him, to threatening him with an ''axe'' and a ''cannon''? Hold a note. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wf2OYnxOeps No, really, that's it.]]
7th Feb '16 3:58:00 PM nombretomado
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Released in [[TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation 1944 in Mexico / 1945 in the States]], '''''The Three Caballeros''''' (Caballero being Spanish for either ''knight'' or ''gentleman'', depending on context) is the 7th film in the Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon. A follow-up to ''Disney/SaludosAmigos'', The Three Caballeros once again explores [[LatinLand Latin American]] culture, this time covering Mexico, a country that was left out of ''Saludos Amigos''. The film stars WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck, José Carioca (from ''Saludos Amigos'') and introduces Panchito Pistoles from Mexico, who together make the eponymous Three Caballeros.

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Released in [[TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation 1944 in Mexico / 1945 in the States]], '''''The Three Caballeros''''' (Caballero being Spanish for either ''knight'' or ''gentleman'', depending on context) is the 7th film in the Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon. A follow-up to ''Disney/SaludosAmigos'', The Three Caballeros once again explores [[LatinLand Latin American]] culture, this time covering Mexico, a country that was left out of ''Saludos Amigos''. The film stars WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck, José Carioca (from ''Saludos Amigos'') and introduces Panchito Pistoles from Mexico, who together make the eponymous Three Caballeros.
8th Jan '16 9:58:41 AM KoopaKid17
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* HumanSnowball: In The Cold-Blooded Penguin, Pablo freezes solid and falls down a hill, turning into one and bowling through his farewell party.
1st Jan '16 6:47:43 PM KoopaKid17
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* AssKicksYou: Donald to Jose in the "Os Quindines De Yaya" sequence.
18th Oct '15 2:08:30 AM jameygamer
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The Three Caballeros has garnered an unusually large fandom for such a relatively obscure film[[note]]Possibly due to their appearance on the official first (but not released first) volume of ''[[FollowTheBouncingBall Disney Sing Along Songs]]''[[/note]], the majority of which seems to be into [[AnthropomorphicShift drawing the characters as humans]] and [[{{Slash}} shipping them]]. Most of this fandom can be found on {{Tumblr}} and Website/DeviantArt.

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The Three Caballeros has garnered an unusually large fandom for such a relatively obscure film[[note]]Possibly due to their appearance on the official first (but not released first) volume of ''[[FollowTheBouncingBall Disney Sing Along Songs]]''[[/note]], Songs]] as well as being the only widely available package film during the 80's and early to mid 90's''[[/note]], the majority of which seems to be into [[AnthropomorphicShift drawing the characters as humans]] and [[{{Slash}} shipping them]]. Most of this fandom can be found on {{Tumblr}} and Website/DeviantArt.
1st Aug '15 5:54:45 PM nombretomado
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* AnimeAccentAbsence: Averted in the Japanese dub: Both Creator/RyuseiNakao (Jose) and Creator/ToshioFurukawa (Panchito) did a nice job speaking in Japanese with Brazilian and Mexican accents respectively. It does help in Nakao's case that he's used the same voice tone used by ''[[DragonBall Frieza]]'', except more kinder and funnier, and in Furukawa's case, he's sounds practically like a wackier, Mexican-sounding [[MobileSuitGundam Kai Shiden]].[[note]]Canonically, Kai has Puerto Rican ancestry, so it kinda fits.[[/note]]

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* AnimeAccentAbsence: Averted in the Japanese dub: Both Creator/RyuseiNakao (Jose) and Creator/ToshioFurukawa (Panchito) did a nice job speaking in Japanese with Brazilian and Mexican accents respectively. It does help in Nakao's case that he's used the same voice tone used by ''[[DragonBall Frieza]]'', except more kinder and funnier, and in Furukawa's case, he's sounds practically like a wackier, Mexican-sounding [[MobileSuitGundam [[Anime/MobileSuitGundam Kai Shiden]].[[note]]Canonically, Kai has Puerto Rican ancestry, so it kinda fits.[[/note]]
29th May '15 3:15:00 PM jameygamer
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* [[{{Bowdlerise}} Bowdlerisation]]: You could probably guess that in their modern appearances José no longer smokes cigars and Panchito no longer has two guns that he fires everywhere. Creator/DonRosa's ''The Magnficent Seven (minus 4) Caballeros'' at least acknowledges that the two used to have those. The "Gay Caballeros" line remains intact, though.

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* [[{{Bowdlerise}} Bowdlerisation]]: You could probably guess that in their modern appearances José no longer smokes cigars and Panchito no longer has two guns that he fires everywhere. Creator/DonRosa's ''The Magnficent Seven (minus 4) Caballeros'' at least acknowledges that the two used to have those. The "Gay Caballeros" line remains intact, though. [[note]] These bowdlerisations are NOT on the iTunes download of the movie, which gives Jose his cigar back and Panchito his guns back. [[/note]]
2nd May '15 11:22:05 AM bwburke94
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[[caption-width-right:356: That's [[EnsembleDarkhorse Jose Carioca]] in the middle, [[GunsAkimbo Panchito Pistoles]] to the right, [[WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck and]] [[MyFriendsAndZoidberg some low-key,]] [[BlatantLies unknown individual]] [[WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck to the left.]]]]

->''"We're three Caballeros, three gay Caballeros''

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[[caption-width-right:356: That's [[EnsembleDarkhorse Jose Carioca]] in the middle, [[GunsAkimbo Panchito Pistoles]] to the right, [[WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck and]] [[MyFriendsAndZoidberg some low-key,]] [[BlatantLies unknown individual]] [[WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck to and WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck on the left.]]]]

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->''"We're three Caballeros, three gay Caballeros''Caballeros,''



Released in [[TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation 1944 (In Mexico, 1945 in the States)]], '''''The Three Caballeros''''' (Caballero being Spanish for either ''knight'' or ''gentleman'', depending on context) is the 7th film in the Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon. A follow-up to ''Disney/SaludosAmigos'', The Three Caballeros once again explores [[LatinLand Latin American]] culture, this time covering Mexico, a country that was left out of ''Saludos Amigos''. The film stars WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck, José Carioca (from ''Saludos Amigos'') and introduces Panchito Pistoles from Mexico, who together make the eponymous Three Caballeros.

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Released in [[TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation 1944 (In Mexico, in Mexico / 1945 in the States)]], States]], '''''The Three Caballeros''''' (Caballero being Spanish for either ''knight'' or ''gentleman'', depending on context) is the 7th film in the Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon. A follow-up to ''Disney/SaludosAmigos'', The Three Caballeros once again explores [[LatinLand Latin American]] culture, this time covering Mexico, a country that was left out of ''Saludos Amigos''. The film stars WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck, José Carioca (from ''Saludos Amigos'') and introduces Panchito Pistoles from Mexico, who together make the eponymous Three Caballeros.



** ''The Cold-Blooded Penguin'' is about a Penguin named Pablo (no [[TheBackyardigans relation]]) who can't stand the cold. After repeated attempts being thwarted by his inability go too far from his house, he decides to just take his house with him on an ice floe. His trip to the Galapagos Islands takes him up the coast of South America, pointing out the various landmarks along the way.

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** ''The Cold-Blooded Penguin'' is about a Penguin named Pablo (no [[TheBackyardigans relation]]) Pablo, who can't stand the cold. After repeated attempts being thwarted by his inability go too far from his house, he decides to just take his house with him on an ice floe. His trip to the Galapagos Islands takes him up the coast of South America, pointing out the various landmarks along the way.
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