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  • Actors: Aurora Miranda, Carmen Molina, Dora Luz, Sterling Holloway, Clarence Nash
  • Directors: Bill Roberts, Clyde Geronimi, Harold Young, Jack Kinney, Norman Ferguson
  • Writers: Bill Peet, Del Connell, Dick Huemer
  • Format: Animated, Closed-captioned, Color, Original recording reissued, NTSC
  • Language: English, Portuguese
  • Rated: G (General Audience)
  • Number of tapes: 1
  • Studio: Walt Disney Video
  • VHS Release Date: May 2, 2000
  • Run Time: 71 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (152 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00004R994
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #207,215 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

Editorial Reviews

The ever-popular and excitable Donald Duck stars in one of his greatest adventures -- a dazzling blend of live action and classic Disney animation bursting with south of the border sights and sounds! When Donald receives a magical collection of gifts from his Latin American friends, they become his passport to a fantastic musical journey with Joe Carioca and Panchito, the charro rooster. With these experts to guide him, Donald hops, skips, and jumps his way through every splash of local color -- each stop full of surprises and sensational songs!

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29 of 29 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on July 6, 2005
Format: DVD
THE THREE CABELLEROS was Disney's 2nd foray into the world of Latin America during World War II. Working alongside the State Department to help foster goodwill in the Western hemisphere (and using Disney's iconic characters to help promote American values), the film is a huge improvement over the previous venture, SALUDOS AMIGOS. And while it may not tell a story, per se, the film introduced several songs that have gone on to become classics, contains several rousing moments, features some fun short subjects, all in a nicely diverting package film.

The film itself is supposedly set on Donald's birthday (here we find he was born on Friday 13th). From his many friends in Latin America (Donald was far more popular south of the border than his more even-tempered costars), he has received a box of presents, and the first present he opens is a movie projector and some movies. (Not very original, but it works.) After some trouble with the projector, Donald sits down to watch the show.

Sterling Holloway (a famous Disney voice, having appeared in films from DUMBO all the way to THE JUNGLE BOOK) narrates the story of Pablo the Penguin. Pablo is cold so he decides to float to a warmer climate. The story is no great shakes, but it cute and some of the stylized maps as he floats up the South American coast are quite nice.

A narrator introduces Donald to other birds of South America, including the Aracuan, one of Donald's costars in the "Blame it on the Samba" section of MELODY TIME. After some craziness with the Aracuan, we are told the story of the little Gauchito who went hunting and ended up with a flying burrito. A cute story, with a great narrator, plus several funny sight gags as the narrator reminds himself of the tale he is telling.
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Funny Bunny on December 5, 2004
Format: VHS Tape
I found that a lot of the reviews here say that this movie isn't for children. But as a child I LOVED this movie. I don't know why, but I remember watching this movie at least 5 times a week. And I wasn't an odd child at all, since I loved all the other Disney classics, such as Cinderella, The Little Mermaid, Snow White, etc. But for some reason this one Disney movie was especially appealing to me.

As a kid, I had the attention span for this movie. And I was probably around 3 or 4 when this was my favorite movie.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By E. Nielsen on January 21, 2004
Format: DVD
I admit it, this strange brew from down deep in the Disney vault isn't for everyone. But it just might be for you. It's probably my favorite from Walt's studios and it's definitely my youngest daughter's favorite. I'll also admit that it lacks a coherency of tone in that it starts off much like other cobbled-together movies from that time period (connecting shorter projects together to make something "move-length"). But about a third of the way through, true Disney magic starts to happen, and you get tossed through a 40's Latin American vortex that almost has to be the product of some insanely creative young animators/musicians/actors/set designers, etc. given free reign of a studio, along with perhaps some copious quantities of agave plant serum. When an artform is being maxed-out by people at the prime of their powers, one thing you always feel is that you're being bowled over by hundreds and thousands of IDEAS, too many to absorb in 1 or 100 sittings. One gets the same feeling from, say, Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. If the idea of being taken on a crazy trip that could delight a 75-year-old and a 5-year-old equally appeals to you, then give this one a look. As far as I'm aware, getting high this way is legal. [There is a segment in Melody Time called The Rhythm of the Samba that feels like it could've been lifted straight out of this movie - and it's another wild-paced masterpiece.]
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23 of 29 people found the following review helpful By BJ Wanlund on February 28, 2007
Format: DVD
I am a HUGE fan of this movie, but this DVD (as well as the Saludos Amigos, Melody Time, and Make Mine Music DVDs) seriously panders to the soccer-mom crowd. Smoking (from Goofy in Saludos, and an innocent bystander in Caballeros) is "digitally altered" (i.e. censored), while Jose Carioca (who is in both movies) still HAS his cigar!

If Disney had wanted to censor smoking, they should have "digitally altered" Jose Carioca's cigar! I wouldn't be complaining about it if they'd been equal-opportunity butchers (and even then I'd be complaining).

Please Disney, since you're putting the Three Caballeros into the place once occupied by El Rio Del Tiempo, PLEASE re-release this on DVD and PLEASE kill the butchering!!

BJ
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Bruce Aguilar on February 20, 2004
Format: DVD
This is by far the best of the Walt Disney anthology films. Appreciators of special effects animation will be dazzled and those who enjoy a rollicking good time (and who doesn't) will be more than sated.
What starts as an above average anthology suddenly turns into an almost psychedelic experience with the blending of live-action and other effects in the last third of the film. As soon as Jose Carioca shows up, the outrageous fun begins with the song "Baia" and a pop up book that opens onto a live-action street. Soon after, Donald begins acting like a mad stalker, chasing after every woman he sees. Before you know it colors, confetti and characters are sprouting from all over the place during the song "You Belong To My Heart". If it sounds like pandemonium, that because it is, but it's delightful.
Sadly the picture quality is not up to par with other Disney releases. This is a film that is in real need for digital restoration, but don't let that small irritation keep you from experiencing Disney's most outrageous film ever.
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