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Ducktalesfan81
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Awesome and underrated Disney classic that i always loved since i saw it 4 times in it's 1989 re-issue in theaters at 7, Wilbur was hilarious as was Bernard and i had a crush on Miss Bianca.

I had the readalong book with cassette, stuffed Bernard and coloring books. The sequel is even better.

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Love it, one of my fave animated films. I went to see it in the 80's too [Smile]
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i liked this one too, i really like the hand drawn movies.

my favorite has to be robin hood, great comedy in that one

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I used to work in a movie theatre as an usher, and they showed that movie in the theatre. It's actually quite good. One of the better Disney movies of the 70's.

Nice voice-over work by Eva Gabor, Bob Newhart, and the late Joe Flynn (who passed away right after working on this film).

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Agreed it's probably the best of the Disney Canon of the 70s, and certainly Don Bluth's high point with the company before striking out solo. An interesting side point: they briefly considered bringing back Cruella de Vil as the villainess in this one, but in the end decided to keep the pictures separate and gave the role to Madame Medusa instead.
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i would have liked to seen cruella in this one instead, i think it would been more interesting
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