Three gorgeous rough animation drawings on 12 field paper by the great Fred Moore. In the 1944 film The Three Caballeros Donald Duck is about to find out about the tradition of how to handle a Mexican Pinata. Panchito the rooster blindfolds Donald after handing him a baseball bat.
While Ward Kimball animated the movie's iconic theme song, Fred Moore animated spectacular scenes featuring Donald, Jose Carioca and Panchito.
Aw that last one :')ReplyDelete
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Love these drawings! The Three Caballeros remains my all-time favorite Disney feature. Barely any story, and not everything in it has aged well culturally... but the imagination, comedy, and energy have their own virtue, and they build to a finale that's pretty impossible to top. It makes me grin from ear to ear. =)ReplyDelete
Please post more roughs from this movie! I learn so much from Fred's scribbles alone...
with authentic animator's coffee stains too!ReplyDelete