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Disney's Saludos Amigos

Premiere Date: February 6, 1943

Running Time:
72 Minutes

Rated: G

SEGMENTS

"Lake Titicaca"

 "Pedro"

 "El Gaucho Goofy"

 "Aquarela Do Brasil",
Jose Carioca teaches Donald Duck to dance the samba.

CAST

CHARACTER

VOICE TALENT

Donald Duck

 Clarence nash

Jose Carioca

Jose Olivera

 Goofy

Pinto Colvig

Walt Disney

Himself

Narrations by Fred Shields and Frank Graham

CREW

PRODUCTION SUPERVISOR

Norman Ferguson

STORY RESEARCH

Ted Sears
William Cottrell
Webb Smith

MUSICAL DIRECTOR

Charles Wolcott

 ART SUPERVISION

 Mary Blair
Lee Blair
Herb Ryman
Jim Bodrero
Jack Miller

 "El Gaucho Goofy"
inspired by

F. Molina Campos

 SEQUENCE DIRECTORS

Bill Roberts
Jack Kinney
Ham Luske
Wilfred Jackson

 ANIMATORS

 Fred Moore
Ward Kimball
Milt Kahl
Milt Neil
Wooly Reitherman
Bill Tytla
Les Clark
Bill Justice
John Sibley
Hugh Fraser
Paul Allen
John McManus
Andrew Engman
Dan MacManus
Josh Meador

 BACKGROUNDS

Hugh Hennesy
Al Zinnen
Ken Anderson
McLaren Stewart
Al Dempster
Art Riley
Claude Coats
Dick Anthony
Yale Gracey
Merle Cox

 MUSIC

Ed Plumb
Paul Smith

 STORY

Homer Brightman
Ralph Wright
Roy Williams
Harry Reeves
Dick Huemer
Joe Grant

 FOREIGN SUPERVISORS

Jack Culting

 ASSOCIATES

 Gilberto Souto
Alberto Soria
Edmundo Santos

 "Saludos Amigos"

 Lyrics - Ned Washington
Music - Charles Wolcott

Distributed by Buena Vista Film Distribution Co., Inc.

CAST OF CHARACTERS

Donald Duck, Jose Carioca, Goofy

SONGS

"Saludos Amigos", "Lake Titcaca", "Pedro",
"El Gaucho Goofy", "Aquarela Do Brazil"

Disney's Saludos Amigos Video

Disney's Saludos Amigos DVD

Disney's Saludos Amigos LD

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Home Video

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DVD

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LaserDisc

Soundtrack

FAN SITE LINKS

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SPIN-OFFS

Some Say "The Three Caballeros" Is This Film's Sequel, Even Though Walt Disney Didn't Believe In Sequels.

"El Gaucho Goofy":
rereleased as a short on June 10, 1955.

TRIVIA

The places the film takes you to are:
The Andres, Chile, Buenos Aires and Rio de Janeiro.

"With Sincere Appreciation For The Courtesy and Cooperation Shown Us By The Artists, Musicians and Our Many Friends in Latin America." - Walt Disney

18 artists, musicians, and writers followed Walt Disney to Latin America to learn about the culture for this film and others to follow.