{"title":"Melody Time","dateDebut":"1948","dateEnd":null,"description":"In the grand tradition of Disney's greatest musical classics, such as FANTASIA, MELODY TIME features seven classic stories, each enhanced with high-spirited music and unforgettale characters...A feast for the eyes and ears [full of] wit and charm...a delightful Disney classic with something for everyone\". Rose Pelswick, in a 1948 review for The News-Sentinel, described the film as an 'adventure into the intriguing make-believe world people by Walk Disney's Cartoon characters\". It also explains that \"with the off-screen voice of Buddy Clack doing the introductions, the...episodes include fantasy, folklore, South American rhythms, poetry, and slapstick\". A 1948 review by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette described it as a \"mixture of fantasy, abstraction, parable, music, color, and movement. The seven included stories are Once Upon a Wintertime, Bumble Boogie, The Legend of Johnny Appleseed, Little Toot, Trees, Blame it on the Samba, and Pecos Bill.","leadImageMedUrl":"https:\/\/cdn.retrojunk.com\/file\/rj-media-image\/4zV4vb4Rs8b1q500qy7y7_md.jpg"}