Walt Disney's timeless tales, Walt Disney Pictures ; produced by Walt Disney ; directed by Jack Cutting, Clyde Geronimi, David Hand, Wilfred Jackson, Volume two
The work Walt Disney's timeless tales, Walt Disney Pictures ; produced by Walt Disney ; directed by Jack Cutting, Clyde Geronimi, David Hand, Wilfred Jackson, Volume two represents a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Dallas Public Library.

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  • YKx53GjBWHg
Is active
  • True
Provenance
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Rules version
  • 2
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Label
  • Walt Disney's timeless tales, Walt Disney Pictures ; produced by Walt Disney ; directed by Jack Cutting, Clyde Geronimi, David Hand, Wilfred Jackson, Volume two
Main title
  • Walt Disney's timeless tales
Responsibility statement
  • Walt Disney Pictures ; produced by Walt Disney ; directed by Jack Cutting, Clyde Geronimi, David Hand, Wilfred Jackson
Variant title
  • Timeless tales
Language
  • eng
Summary
  • "The wind in the willows": One spring, Mole decides that he can ignore the spring cleaning for a little longer and begins a series of adventures with his new friend Rat. "Ugly duckling": A duckling hatches, but he is not like the rest of his family. Where the other ducklings quack, he honks. He's soon made fun of. He ventures out and finds a birds nest and a duck decoy, but neither accept him. It's not until a family of swans comes by that he has a new family. "Ferdinand the Bull": Ferdinand the Bull would rather smell the flowers than fight in the bull ring. "The country cousin": Morty Citymouse invites his cousin Abner Countrymouse for a visit and shows him the ways of the big city, including traps, eating quietly, and busy traffic
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  • videorecording
Intended audience
  • MPAA rating: Not rated
Medium
  • videorecording
OCLC Number
  • 58805305
Other event information
  • Originally released as individual cartoons in the 1930's and 1940's
Runtime
  • 60
Target audience
  • juvenile
Technique
  • animation
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