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The Three Caballeros is the seventh Disney animated feature, first premiered in Mexico City, Mexico on December 21, 1944. It was first seen in North America on February 3, 1945. The characters in this film speak English, Spanish (Latin American) and Portuguese.

Synopsis

1987 VHS

Captivating music and a spectacular blend of animation and live-action create a dazzling south-of-the-border adventure! In this classic Disney full length feature, Donald Duck celebrates his birthday with his friends Joe Carioca and Panchito, opening a wondrous collection of gifts that evolve into musical journeys with a Latin American beat. A magical serape ride and the animated tales of "The Cold-Blooded Penguin", "Baia," and "The Flying Gauchito" add to the celebration in this brilliantly animated film.

1994 VHS

The incomparable Donald Duck stars in his greatest adventure in The Three Caballeros -- a dazzling blend of live action and classic Disney animation bursting with south-of-the-border sights and sounds! Donald's big birthday surprise, a wondrous collection of gifts, becomes his passport to a magical musical journey with friends Joe Carioca and Panchito. From the Antarctic to Brazil to Mexico, Donald dances and delights his way through a cascade of fiestas, fantasies and fireworks -- each stop full of cultural charm and sensational songs! Disney's upbeat Latin extravaganza is a stunning celebration of visual effects and delectable music -- fine-feathered fun for the whole family!

Supplements

1987 VHS

Video Creation date
1 Red warning screens July 1986
2 Walt Disney Home Video logo August 1986
3 The Three Caballeros December 1944

1994 VHS

Video Creation date
1 Green warning screens September 1991
2
  • Walt Disney Home Video logo
  • Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection logo
  • August 1986 (Version 1)
  • September 1994 (Version 2)
3 Trailer for The Brave Little Toaster August 1994
4 Feature Presentation Q4 1991
5 Full Screen Format Disclaimer January 1994
6 The Three Caballeros December 1944

1994 VHS

Video Creation date
1 Green warning screens September 1991
2 Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection logo September 1994
3 Promo for the Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection September 1994
4 Trailer for The Brave Little Toaster August 1994
5 Promo for the Walt Disney Family Film Collection October 1994
6 Feature Presentation Q4 1991
7 Full Screen Format Disclaimer January 1994
8 The Three Caballeros December 1944

1995 VHS

Video Creation date
1 Green warning screens September 1991
2 Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection Classics logo September 1994
3 Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection promo May 1995
4 Trailer for The Brave Little Toaster August 1994
5 Promo for the Walt Disney Family Film Collection October 1994
6 Feature Presentation January 1995
7 Full Screen Format Disclaimer January 1994
8 The Three Caballeros December 1944

1996 VHS

Video Creation date
1 Green warning screens September 1991
2 Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection logo September 1994
3 Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection promo December 1995
4 Walt Disney Family Film Collection promo Q2 1996
5 Video preview for Aladdin and the King of Thieves December 1995
6 Feature Presentation January 1995
7 Full Screen Format Disclaimer January 1994
8 The Three Caballeros December 1944

Advertised on:

1994 VHS

  1. All 9 Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection titles from 1994-1996
  2. All Walt Disney Family Film Collection titles

1995 VHS

  1. A Goofy Movie (1995 VHS)
  2. Cinderella (1995 VHS)

1996 VHS

  1. Pocahontas (1996 VHS)
  2. The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (1996 VHS)
  3. All 9 Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection titles from 1994-1996

In Other Countries

Country of origin Release date
USA (Spanish dub) April 14, 1995

Television broadcasts

The Three Caballeros aired on the Disney Channel on June 21, 1994. It aired several more times through 1998, usually during the summer breaks.

Websites

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