Approved | | Animation, Comedy, Family
Donald receives his birthday gifts, which include traditional gifts and information about Brazil (hosted by Zé Carioca) and Mexico (by Panchito, a Mexican Charro Rooster).
While "Three Caballeros" was the first appearance of Panchito Pistoles in film, it was not really the debut of the character. To help promote the upcoming film, Panchito was introduced in the Disney comics in 1943. His first appearance was the text story "La Piñata" (August, 1943). He then got his first starring role in the 10-page story "Panchito" (November, 1943), where he romances Clara Cluck.
Donald Duck: ¿Aves raras?
Narrator: Si, señor. That means "strange birds".
Donald Duck: Oh, sure, sure! I know! Birds!
Narrator: Yes, amigo, your feathered cousins. You know, Donald, you have more relatives here than there are coffee beans in Brazil.
While performing magic to make himself larger, Donald is shown with 3 hands and 1 foot.
In the end of the movie, the fireworks exploding of the title "Fin", "Fim" and "The End".
The title sequence on the Buena Vista version is a bit different from that of the RKO version. The Buena Vista version omits, on the title, the phrase, "In Technicolor", which the RKO version has; it only says, "Technicolor". Also, whereas the RKO version simply dissolves from the RKO title card to the "Walt Disney Presents" card, there is a fade through black between the Buena Vista card and the "Walt Disney Presents" card. The "Walt Disney" font is also slightly different on the Buena Vista version: slightly stretched and narrow and not as bolded and thick, which is the case on the RKO version. Also, the lettering for the Buena Vista version was redone.
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