History Disney / TheThreeCaballeros

18th Apr '18 3:34:58 PM system
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* DerangedAnimation: Some parts of this film skip being bizarre and practically start off in the freakin' Franchise/TwilightZone.

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* DerangedAnimation: Some parts of this film skip being bizarre and practically start off in the freakin' Franchise/TwilightZone.twilight zone.
18th Apr '18 2:50:26 PM system
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18th Apr '18 2:49:44 PM hffcgfdfhj
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* DerangedAnimation: Some parts of this film skip being bizarre and practically start off in the freakin' Series/TwilightZone.

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* DerangedAnimation: Some parts of this film skip being bizarre and practically start off in the freakin' Series/TwilightZone.twilight zone.
18th Apr '18 2:49:20 PM hffcgfdfhj
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* DerangedAnimation: Some parts of this film skip being bizarre and practically start off in the freakin' Franchise/TwilightZone.

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* DerangedAnimation: Some parts of this film skip being bizarre and practically start off in the freakin' Franchise/TwilightZone.Series/TwilightZone.
18th Apr '18 2:47:31 PM hffcgfdfhj
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18th Apr '18 12:10:05 PM Malady
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* DerangedAnimation: Some parts of this film skip being bizarre and practically start off in the freakin' TwilightZone.

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* DerangedAnimation: Some parts of this film skip being bizarre and practically start off in the freakin' TwilightZone.Franchise/TwilightZone.
9th Mar '18 4:51:42 AM Andyroid
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* ShoutOut: "But it proved to be the Juan Fernandez Islands, where Literature/RobinsonCrusoe once lived. And still does, apparently..."

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* ShoutOut: "But it proved to be the In "The Cold-Blooded Penguin", Pablo sails past "The Juan Fernandez Islands, where Literature/RobinsonCrusoe once lived. And still does, apparently..."
23rd Oct '17 1:23:22 PM Mdumas43073
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Released in [[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 seventh 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 film was released in Mexico ironically on Donald's 10th anniversary.

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Released in [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation 1944 in Mexico / 1945 in the States]], ''The Three Caballeros'' ("Caballero" being Spanish for either ''knight'' knight or ''gentleman'', gentleman, depending on context) is the seventh 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 film was released in Mexico ironically on Donald's 10th anniversary.
23rd Oct '17 1:22:49 PM Mdumas43073
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Released in [[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 seventh 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 film was released in Mexico ironically on Donald's 10th anniversary.

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Released in [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation 1944 in Mexico / 1945 in the States]], '''''The ''The Three Caballeros''''' (Caballero Caballeros'' ("Caballero" being Spanish for either ''knight'' or ''gentleman'', depending on context) is the seventh 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 film was released in Mexico ironically on Donald's 10th anniversary.
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