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The Three Caballeros is a 1944 film starring the group of the same name, also serving as the introduction of Panchito Pistoles. It marks the second appearance of José Carioca in animation following his debut in Saludos Amigos. It is notable as well for utilizing both live-action sequences and animation, akin to its predecessor Saludos Amigos.
Plot[edit | edit source]
It's Donald Duck's birthday, and he receives a bundle of gifts from his friends in Latin America. Apparently stowed away in the gifts are none other than José Carioca and Panchito Pistoles. Together, the three, who proudly declare themselves to be the Three Caballeros, go on a magical adventure through Mexico while flying on a magic carpet.