Disney Animated Movie



Movie: Dumbo
Writer(s): Helen Aberson, Harold Perl, Otto Englander, Joe Grant, Dick Huemer
Director: Ben Sharpsteen
Release Date: 23rd October 1941
Mrs. Jumbo, a veteran circus elephant, receives a baby from the stork. He soon becomes the laughing stock of the herd because of his jumbo-sized ears and is cruelly nicknamed "Dumbo". When Mrs. Jumbo loses her temper, she is locked up as a mad elephant and Dumbo finds himself all alone, except for a self-appointed mentor-protector, Timothy Q. Mouse. After Dumbo and Timothy meet a group of crows, they convince Dumbo that he might be able to fly with a boost of confidence. With his "magic feather," Dumbo takes flight. When he loses his feather, Dumbo realises that he could fly by himself the entire time. After performing for the circus, Dumbo is a media sensation with Timothy as his manager and his mother by his side. - Unknown



Episode Cast

Edward Brophy » Timothy Q. Mouse
Verna Felton » Elephant Matriarch
Cliff Edwards » Jim Crow
Herman Bing » The Ringmaster
Margaret Wright » Casey Junior
Sterling Holloway » Mr. Stork
Hall Johnson » Crow Chorus
The King's Men » Roustabout Chorus
Noreen Gammill » Elephant Catty
Dorothy Scott » Elephant Giddy
Sarah Selby » Elephant Prissy
John McLeish » the narrator
Billy Bletcher » Clown


When I See An Elephant Fly - Performed By Cliff Edwards and Hall Johnson Choir:
Title Time Description Size Disney Movie Link
Dumbo - When I See An Elephant Fly!! 3mins 00s When I See An Elephant Fly 28.3MB Dumbo

alt : Dumbo


Dumbo Animations:Dumbo


Mr. Stork: Here is a baby with eyes of blue, straight from heaven, right to you. Or straight from heaven up above, here is a baby for you to love.

Clown: Hey, be careful. Don't hurt the little guy.
Skinny: Aw, c'mon. Elephants ain't got no feelings.
Clown #2: No, they're made of rubber.

Giddy: Gaining a little weight, aren't you, honey?
Prissy: You're no cream puff yourself, dearie.
Elephant Matriarch: Quiet up there! Tend to your work, girls.

Ringmaster: Ladies and gentlemen! We will now present for your entertainment the most stupendous, magnificent, super-colossal spectacle! On this tiny, little, insignificant ball, we will construct for you a pyramid! Not of wood, not of stone...
Prissy: To hear him talk, you'd think he was going to do it.
Elephant Matriarch: The stuffed shirt!
Ringmaster: ...pyramid, of ponderous, pulsating, pulchritudinous pachyderms! I give you the elephants.

Timothy Q. Mouse: Look at that house. Dumbo, you're standing on the threshold of success. Don't look down, it'll make you dizzy. Boy! Are they in for a surprise!
Timothy Q. Mouse: Got the magic feather?
Timothy Q. Mouse: Good!

Jim Crow: Ha! Well, hush my beak!
Crow #3: Go ahead. Wake 'em up, brother.
Crow #1: Yeah, find out what they're doin' up here.
Crow #2: Yeah.
Crow #4: And ask 'em what they want.
Jim Crow: Okay boys, leave it to me.

Timothy Q. Mouse: You all oughta be ashamed of yourselves. A bunch of big guys like you, pickin' on a poor little orphan like him. Suppose you was torn away from your mother when you was just a baby. Nobody to tuck you in at nights. No warm, soft, caressin' trunk to snuggle inta. How would you like being left out alone, in a cold, cruel, heartless woild? And why? I ask ya, why? Just because he's got those big ears, they call him a freak. The laughing stock of the coicus. And when his mother tried to protect him, they threw her into the clink. And on top of that, they made him a clown! Socially he's washed up! Aw, but what's the use of talkin' to you cold-hearted boids? Go ahead! Have your fun! Laugh at him! Kick him now that he's down! Go on! We don't care.


Walt Disney wasn't interested in this film to begin with so Joe Grant and Dick Huemer would leave installments of the film on his desk every morning . Walt eventually went to the story department to tell them "This is great! What happens next?"
The ended up being Walt Disneys favourite film that was made by his studios.
There is a sign on the train tha leaves the winter headquarters on the sign is written WDP Circus. The WPD stands for Walt Disney Productions.
Dumbo was entered into the 1947 Cannes Film Festival.

Music - Soundtrack

Sung By A Chorus »Look Out For Mr. Stork
Music By Frank Churchill »Casey Junior
Sung By Betty Noyes »Baby Mine
Music By Oliver Wallace »Pink Elephants On Parade
Sung by Cliff Edwards, Jim Carmichael and the Hall Johnson Choir »When I See An Elephant Fly
Sung By The King's Men »Song of the Roustabouts
Sung By Sterling Holloway »Rock-A-Bye-Baby
Sung By Sterling Holloway »Happy Birthday
Music By Oliver Wallace »Clown Song
Sung by The Clowns »We're Gonna Hit The Big Boss For A Raise.

Images of "Dumbo"



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