|The Three Caballeros |
Aurora Miranda - The Brazilian Girl (as Aurora Miranda of Brazil)
Carmen Molina - Mexico Girl (as Carmen Molina of Mexico)
Dora Luz - Mexico Girl (as Dora Luz of Mexico)
Sterling Holloway - Prof. Holloway (voice)
Clarence Nash - Donald Duck (voice)
Joaquin Garay - Panchito (voice)
José Oliveira - José Carioca (voice)
Frank Graham - Narrator (voice)
Fred Shields - Narrator (voice)
Trío Calaveras - (as Trio Calaveras)
Trío Ascensio del Rio - Themselves (as Ascencio Del Rio Trio)
Padua Hills Players - Themselves
Pinto Colvig - Aracuan Bird (voice) (uncredited)
Billy Daniel - Dancer - Brazilian Sequence (uncredited)
Dante DiPaolo - Dancer - Brazilian Sequence (uncredited)
Matt Mattox - Dancer - Brazilian Sequence (uncredited)
Alex Romero - Dancer - Brazilian Sequence (uncredited)
Fred Shields - Narrator
José Oliveira - José Carioca (voice)
Lee Blair - Lee Blair (uncredited)
Mary Blair - Mary Blair (uncredited)
Stuart Buchanan - Flight Attendant (voice) (uncredited)
Pinto Colvig - Goofy (voice) (uncredited)
Walt Disney - Walt Disney (uncredited)
Norman Ferguson - Norman Ferguson (uncredited)
June Foray - Pedro (uncredited)
Frank Graham - Frank Graham (uncredited)
Clarence Nash - Donald Duck (voice) (uncredited)
Frank Thomas - Frank Thomas (uncredited)
South of the Border with Disney
Lee Blair - Self
Mary Blair - Self
James Bodrero - Self
William Cottrell - Self
Walt Disney - Self
Norman Ferguson - Self
Janet Martin Lansburgh - Self
Larry Lansburgh - Self
John P. Miller - Self
Herbert Ryman - Self
Ted Sears - Self
Webb Smith - Self
Frank Thomas - Self
Heitor Villa-Lobos - Self
|Side One - CAV - The Three Caballeros Feature |
1. Program Start
2. Opening Credits
3. Donald Watches A Film About "The Gold-Blooded Penguin"
4. A Hop Over The Andes And A Visit With More Rare Birds
5. The Story Of "The Flying Gauchito"
6. Have You Ever Been To Baía? ("Baía")
Side Two - CAV - The Three Caballeros Feature
7. Off To Baía
8. Donald Loses His Heart To The Cookie Lady ("Os Quindins De Yayá")
9. A Problem Of Size
10. Donald, José, Panchito: "The Three Caballeros"
11. Donald's Gift From Mexico ("Las Posadas")
12. "Mexico" And A Ride On A Magical Serape
Side Three - CAV - The Three Caballeros Feature
13. On To Vera Cruz ("Lilongo")
14. Acapulco Beach
15. The Romantic Skies Of Mexico ("You Belong To My Heart")
16. Donald's Surreal Reverie
17. Donald Joins The Dance ("Jesusita")
Side Three - CAV - Supplemental Section
18. Table Of Contents For Sides 3, 4, 5, And 6
19. History Of The latin American Films
20. Reasearch And Development Trip To South America
21. Preliminary Designs And Concept Art
22. Story Sketches: "Aquarela Do Brasil"
23. Deleted Storyboard Concept: "Blame It On The Samba"
24. Deleted Storyboard Concept: "The Hornero Bird"
25. Preliminary Costume Designs
26. Photo Gallery: Studio Production
27. Combining Live Action And Animation
28. Behind The Scenes: Filming The "Jesusita" Dance
29. Behind The Scenes: Rear Projection Elements For The "Jesusita" Dance
30. "Saludos Amigos" Publicity
31. "The Three Caballeros" Publicity
32. Newsreel Footage: "The Three Caballeros" Preview Screening At The Disney Studios, December 20, 1944
Side Four - CLV
33. "South Of The Border With Disney" (1942)
34. Argentinean Newsreel Footage: "La Revista Cine Argentino Presenta"
35. Live-Action Animation Reference Footage
36. AUrora Miranda's Screen Test
37. Behind The Scenes: Filming The "Acapulco Beach" Scene
38. Clip From "The Mickey Mouse Club" With José Oliveira (Original Air Date: November 15, 1955)
39. "Saludos Amigos" Trailer
40. "The Three Caballeros" Trailer
Supplemental Audio - Analog Left
33. "The Coca Cola Show" (Excerpt)
Radio Broadcast: December 12, 1942; Walt Disney, Goofy, And Donald Duck Talk About "Saludos Amigos"
35. "Bob Burns Show" (Excerpt)
Interview By Bob Burns (The Arkansas Traveler) With Walt Disney On The Ove Of His Departure To Mexico City For A Reasearch Trip With His Staff For "The Three Caballeros" (c. December 1942)
36. "Los Tres Caballer"
Spanish Version Of Song For Latin American Radio Promotion
37. "Saludos Amigos": The Music Of Latin America Radio Broadcast (c. 1943) Hosted By Walt Disney
Supplemental Audio - Analog Right
33. "Command Performance" (Excerpt)
Host Ken Carpenter Interview Donald Duck (Clarence Nash), José Carioca (José Oliveira), And Panchito Pistoles (Joaquin Garay), Who Sing "The Three Caballeros"; Goofy (Pinto Colvig) Makes A Guest Appearance (c. Early 1945)
35. "Shooting Stars"
Radio Broadcast: April 4, 1945
Host Irwin Allen Interviews José Oliveira, The Voice Of José Carioca
36. "The Three Caballeros" Radio Spots
Fifteen 15-Second Spots
Side Five - CAV - Supplemental Section
41. "A Brazilian Symphony: Caxanga" (1942) Reconstruction Of Abandoned Short Subject
Side Five - CAV - Saludos Amigos Feature
42. Opening Credits
43. The Expedition Begins
44. "Lake Titicaca"
45. The Flight Across The Andes Into Chile
Side Six - CAV - Saludos Amigos Feature
47. Buenos Aires -- And On The The Pampas
48. "El Gaucho Goofy"
49. Rio De Jaeiro
50. "Aquarela Do Brasil"
Side Six - CAV - Supplemental Section
51. "The Laughing Gauchito" (1942) -- Reconstruction Of Abandoned Short Subject
|• Box Set featuring 1945 Three Caballeros on Side 1-3 with restored soundtrack on the digital tracks and the original mono music and effects on the analog tracks. |
• Side 5 and 6 contain the 1943 Saludos Amigos with similar audio configuration plus a reconstruction of an abandoned short subjects from 1942 "The Laughing Gauchito" and 1941 "A Brazilian Symphony: Caxanga".
• The remainder of Side 3 and all of Side 4 contains supplemental audio and video including a behind the 1942 scenes Documentary "South of the Border with Disney" .
• On screen text detailing the original research and development tour. Live action footage used for animation reference, storyboards for deleted sequences. Conceptual drawings, original trailers, publicity photos/lobby cards/press book, Footage showing animation techniques to combine live action and animation, original screen test for Latin American Muscical star Aurora Miranda.
• The analog left and right track on Side 4 contain 2 separate alternate commentary including radio broadcasts featuring WD and Disney characters promoting the films, alternate musical takes in Spanish, etc
|The Three Caballeros & Saludos Amigos|