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On this segment of "The Three amigos" movie, shows Panchito, the Mexican Charro Rooster singing a classical mexican song "Jalisco no te rajes". Panchito's full name is Panchito Romero Miguel Junipero Francisco Quintero González III. Joaquin Gayar wave his voice to Panchito.
Donald Duck receives birthday gifts from his amigos, Jose Carioca, the parrot, and Panchito, the Mexican charro rooster. Donald opens a birthday package containing a movie projector, and watches "The Cold-Blooded Penguin," The Flying Gauchito, "Bahia" and "La Piñata." In "The Cold-Blooded Penguin," a penguin doesn't like the cold of the Arctic regions, so he sets sail for warmer climates. He encounters many amusing adventures along the way to his tropical destination. Interspersed throughout the film is live-action footage of native dances and Latin American songs.
The Three Caballeros was originally Released on February 03, 1945 and produced by Walt Disney. The seventh animated filmin the Walt Disney Animated Classics series, that plots an adventure through parts of Latin America, combining live-action and animation. This is the 2nd of the Disney Package Films of the 1940s.
The film was produced as part of the studio's good will message for South America, but is less obviously propagandistic than others. The film again starred Donald Duck, who in the course of the film is joined by old friend José Carioca, the cigar-smoking parrot from Saludos Amigos (1943) representing Brazil, and later makes a new friend in the persona of pistol-packing rooster Panchito Pistoles, representing Mexico. The music of the Mexican part was written by Mexican composer Manuel Esperon, who wrote the score for over 540 Mexican movies in the Golden Age of Mexican Cinema. Walt Disney, after having seen his success in the Mexican movie industry, called him personally to ask him to participate in the movie. The main song for the Mexican part is "Ay Jalisco, No Te Rajes!", one of Esperon's most famous songs.
Several Latin American stars of the period appear, including singers Aurora Miranda (sister of Carmen Miranda) and Dora Luz, as well as dancer Carmen Molina.
The film is plotted as a series of self-contained segments, strung together by the device of Donald Duck opening birthday gifts from his Latin American friends.
The film premiered in Mexico City on December 21, 1944. It was released in the USA on February 3, 1945. It was re-released in the USA on April 15, 1977.
The film received Academy Award Nominee, Best Sound, C. O. Slyfield, 1945.
Academy Award Nominee, Best Scoring of a Musical Picture, Edward H. Plumb, Paul J. Smith, Charles Wolcott, 1945.
Voices: Clarence 'Ducky' Nash (Donald), Jose Olivereira (Jose, Aracuan Bird), Pinto Colvig (Aracuan Bird, uncredited), Joaquin Garay (Panchito), Frank Graham (Narrator), Fred Shields (Narrator), Sterling Holloway (Narrator, The Cold-Blooded Penguin).
Animated By: Ward Kimball (Panchito), Fred Moore, Eric Larson, John Lounsbery, Les Clark, Milt Kahl, Hal King, Bill Justice, Frank Thomas, Oliver M. Johnston, Jr., Harvey Toombs, Milt Neil, Bob Carlson, Marvin Woodward, John Sibley, Don Patterson.
Effects Animation: Josh Meador, George Rowley, Edwin Aardal, John McManus.
Written By: Homer Brightman, Ernest Terrazas, Ted Sears, Bill Peet (misspelled Peed), Ralph Wright, Elmer Plummer, Roy Williams, William Cottrell, Del Connell, James Bodrero.
Edited By: Don Halliday.
Music By: Charles Wolcott, Paul J. Smith, Edward Plumb.
Title Song (Uncredited): Manuel Esperón, Ray Gilbert.
Songs: Manuel Esperón, Ary Barroso, Agustin Lara, Charles Wolcott, Ray Gilbert.
Musical Performances: Nestor Amaral, Almirante, Trio Calaveras, Ascencio del Rio Trio, Padua Hills Players.
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