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|composers = [[Charles Wolcott]]<br>[[Ed Plumb]]<br>[[Paul Smith]]
 
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|dates = August the 24th, 1942 <small>(release date)</small><ref name=:0></ref>
 
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}}'''''Saludos Amigos''''' is a 1942 animated film. It features [[Pedro]], [[Goofy]], [[Donald Duck]], and [[José Carioca]].
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}}'''''Saludos Amigos''''' is a 1942 film that utilizes animation and live-action scenes. It features [[Pedro]], [[Goofy]], [[Donald Duck]], and [[José Carioca]].
 
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Employees at Walt Disney Studios tour South America, drawing along the way as they soak up South American culture.
 
Employees at Walt Disney Studios tour South America, drawing along the way as they soak up South American culture.
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Saludos Amigos is a 1942 film that utilizes animation and live-action scenes. It features Pedro, Goofy, Donald Duck, and José Carioca.

Plot

Employees at Walt Disney Studios tour South America, drawing along the way as they soak up South American culture.

References

  • Donald Duck and José Carioca first met in Brazil.
  • During the events of Aquarela do Brasil, Donald carried a card with a black spade on one side and his information on the other side. The card indicated he lived in Hollywood. José carried a similar card which gave his home as Rio de Jainero, Brasil.

Continuity

  • Donald references the events of Aquarela do Brasil in Two Happy Amigos (1960), saying to José, "Hey, remember when you taught me the samba?"

Songs

Behind the scenes

Saludos Amigos is based on the real-life tour Walt Disney and roughly twenty of his studio members took through South America. It consists of footage, narration, and some animation explaining the tour. In addition, four short animated stories or segments are used to portray various aspects of South American culture: Lake Titicaca, Pedro, Gaucho Goofy, and Aquarela do Brasil.[1]

Notes and References

  1. 1.00 1.01 1.02 1.03 1.04 1.05 1.06 1.07 1.08 1.09 1.10 1.11 1.12 Saludos Amigos on Wikipedia
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