Dumbo

Dumbo is a baby elephant born with over-sized ears and a supreme lack of confidence. But thanks to his even more diminutive buddy Timothy the Mouse, the pint-sized pachyderm learns to surmount all obstacles.
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Credits: TheMovieDb.

Film Cast:

  • Mr. Stork (voice): Sterling Holloway
  • The Ringmaster (voice): Herman Bing
  • Narrator (voice): John McLeish
  • Timothy Q. Mouse (voice): Edward Brophy
  • Crow (voice): James Baskett
  • Clown (voice): Billy Bletcher
  • Crow (voice): Jim Carmichael
  • Jim Crow (voice): Cliff Edwards
  • Elephant Matriarch / Mrs. Jumbo (voice): Verna Felton
  • Catty the Elephant (voice): Noreen Gammill
  • Clown (voice): Eddie Holden
  • Skinny (voice): Malcolm Hutton
  • Boy (voice): Harold Manley
  • Casey Jr. (voice): Margaret Wright

Film Crew:

  • Producer: Walt Disney
  • Original Music Composer: Frank Churchill
  • Director: Samuel Armstrong
  • Art Direction: Don DaGradi
  • Director: Ben Sharpsteen
  • Director: William Roberts
  • Director: Wilfred Jackson
  • Animation: Wolfgang Reitherman
  • Original Music Composer: Oliver Wallace
  • Animation: John Lounsbery
  • Novel: Helen Aberson
  • Novel: Harold Pearl
  • Screenplay: Joe Grant
  • Screenplay: Dick Huemer
  • Director: Jack Kinney
  • Animation: Ward Kimball
  • Story Developer: Vernon Stallings
  • Animation: Bill Tytla
  • Director: Norman Ferguson

Movie Reviews:

  • Gimly: It’s progressive, it’s racist. It’s heart-warming, it’s depressing. It’s a moral tale, it’s apathetic. Whatever. All I know is: Pink Elephants on Parade.

    _Final rating:★★★ – I liked it. Would personally recommend you give it a go._

  • Gimly: It’s progressive, it’s racist. It’s heart-warming, it’s depressing. It’s a moral tale, it’s apathetic. Whatever. All I know is: Pink Elephants on Parade.

    _Final rating:★★★ – I liked it. Would personally recommend you give it a go._

  • CinemaSerf: When Mrs. Jumbo gets a gift from the stork, she is over the moon! Her youngster has everything just right, except – that is – he can wrap himself up in his own ears. The object of ridicule, she is soon locked up and he is reduced to being little better than a circus freak show attraction. Then fate takes a hand, and he meets the inspirational “Timothy Q. Mouse” who, after a bit of gentle persuasion, soon has our eponymous elephant thinking positively and his ears start to become a distinct advantage! The scene with the three crows is the stuff of cinema legend as is the Oliver Wallace and Ned Washington song “When I See an Elephant Fly”. The original book is engaging and humorous, with a serious undercurrent about the damaging effects of mockery and scorn, and though Disney tones down these messages, they are still there for us to see, appreciate and hopefully remember in the wonderfully colourful and enjoyable animation – complete with pink elephants!
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