The Three Caballeros Movie Information

Movie Information

Overall Rank: 12306

Average Rating: 2.3/4

# of Ratings: 46

Theatrical Release Date: 02/03/1945

Blu-ray/DVD Release Date: 04/29/2008

Language: English

Genre: Animation, Comedy

MPAA Rating: G

Director: Norman Ferguson

Actors: Clarence Nash, Joaquin Garay, José Oliveira, Frank Graham, Fred Shields, Sterling Holloway

Plot: Donald Duck is educated of Mexican and South American cultures.

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Logan D. McCoy - wrote on 06/17/2019

Like "Saludos Amigos," this package piece consist of a series of loosely connected Latin American themed shorts that are as energetic and charming as they are slight.

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mitchellyoung - wrote on 07/07/2011

Devoid of typical Disney charm and unusually repetitive. The songs are fun, but the rest of the film is unmemorable.

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Ichabod Crane - wrote on 07/26/2009

The three caballeros is the sequel to Saludos amigos, and its a similar film but not as good. Saludos was a collection of a few shorts. Caballeros has a few shorts that are good and work but at the end of it it goes on to a very long lasting sequence involving three cartoon characters dancing with live action. They all dance over and over again and it does not get anywhere. It it not a very good sequence and it far too long and makes the film too long, if the film had been the first shorts it would have been fine like Saludos is but this keeps on going.

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Delorted - wrote on 01/18/2008

It’s Donald Duck’s (Clarence Nash) birthday! But what did he get as presents? His cousins Panchito (Joaquin Garay) and José Carioca (José Oliveira) teach him about Mexican and South American cultures in “The Three Cabelleros.”

This is a very interesting one to review, as I’m not sure what approach to take. On one hand, it’s not the most interesting Disney movie, but it is one of the most informative. It also has Donald, so I like it for that. It’s really more of a cultural experience than anything though, and I’ve never been very interested in Hispanic culture. I don’t have anything wrong with it, it’s just not my thing.

As far as entertainment goes, it’s really not that interesting. It’s mostly one live-action musical sequence after another once the first …

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