• 1 year 1 month ago
    • Posts: 2009



    Anyone remotely remember ever watching this forgotten Disney comedy? The only reason I remember it is because the first Viewmaster I ever got contained scenes from this movie.

    Goes to show you how behind the times Disney was in terms of mainstream filmmaking. This movie is from 1975,yet it looks like it was made in 1955. It wasn't really until Disney created Touchstone Pictures that they got their act together.
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      • 1 year 1 month ago
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      I remember seeing this when I was a kid. When I was in 4th & 5th grade, my school had an after school club and they had this movie and other Disney movies and other cartoons on 16MM film. I just looked on Amazon.com and they have it on DVD Region 2 and VHS. I would like to watch it again.
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        • 1 year 1 month ago
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        Oh lordy, please let me forget, lol.

        By the 70's Disney descended into a kinda cheesy funk, like every movie released was destined to become a View-Master Classic. Somebody at Disney kept pointing to the success of "The Love Bug" as an example of the type of family entertainment they could put the Disney name on.

        Peter Ustinov's reputation was not helped by this, and a few other, roles in poorly conceived film and television projects.

        To see Peter Ustinov at his best, search out his scenes from the 1951 movie "Quo Vadis".
        The Eldorado is dead. Long live the Eldorado.
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          • 1 year 1 month ago
          • Posts: 2009
          eddstarr88 wrote:
          Oh lordy, please let me forget, lol.

          By the 70's Disney descended into a kinda cheesy funk, like every movie released was destined to become a View-Master Classic. Somebody at Disney kept pointing to the success of "The Love Bug" as an example of the type of family entertainment they could put the Disney name on.

          Peter Ustinov's reputation was not helped by this, and a few other, roles in poorly conceived film and television projects.

          To see Peter Ustinov at his best, search out his scenes from the 1951 movie "Quo Vadis".


          He was awesome as Prince John in Robin Hood.

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            The dialog is funny - the animation is outstanding. You've made my day!

            Excellent video GN, Peter Ustinov at the top of his game.
            The Eldorado is dead. Long live the Eldorado.
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