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Dumbo movie 2 Look at his ears


CASEY JUNIOR: I think I can. I thought I could. I thought I could. THE RINGMASTER: Jostling and juggling. Fifteen minutes! Step right up and get your tickets. Hurry, hurry now. Hurry to the big sideshow. That's why you go under the big top.

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Fifteen big attractions that you can't see anywhere else in the world! The greatest collection in the entire world. And the greatest comedies are featured and assembled for your entertainment. SKINNY: Ain't that the funniest thing you ever saw? Look at his ears. BOY #1: Hey, guys, look it! Smitty's an elephant! BOY #2: Aw, let me see! Boo! BOY #3: You can't hide him from us. BOY #1: Yeah, his ears are still stickin' out. BOY #4: Come on! SKINNY: We wanna see him! BOY1: We wanna laugh. BOY #3: Sure, that's what we came for. SKINNY: Hey, the biggest slingshot in the world. BOY #1: Hey! Cut that out! BOY #2: Hey, let's get out of here. SKINNY: You're hurting me! Help! Here, you! THE RINGMASTER: What's going on? Down. Mrs. Jumbo, down! Surround her. Tie her down. Get down! Calm down! Tie her down! CATTY: Darling, it was so funny. GIDDY: Oh, my dear, can you bear it? When she doused the ringmaster, I just thought I'd die. PRISSY: Well, personally, I think she went a bit too far. ELEPHANT MATRIARCH: After all, one mustn't forget one is a lady. GIDDY: Oh, you're right, dear. Yes. PRISSY: Oh, that's very true. Oh, well, I suppose that's mother love. CATTY: But it's certainly no excuse for what she did. PRISSY: Mother love might cover a multitude of sins. GIDDY: It's true, my dear, and she has such a streak in... TIMOTHY: A guy can't eat in peace. PRISSY: Yes, but mother love does. TIMOTHY: Gab, gab, gab. Always gossipin'. CATTY: Girls, girls! Listen! Have I got a trunk full of dirt. GIDDY: Well, darling, tell us all. CATTY: Go on, go on. Well, I heard today that they have put her in solitary confinement. ELEPHANT MATRIARCH: No! PRISSY: You don't mean it! GIDDY: Oh, how awful for her! PRISSY: Well, I must say, I-I don't blame her for anything. CATTY: You're absolutely right. It's all the fault of that little F-R-E-A-K. PRISSY: Yes, him with those ears that only a mother could love. TIMOTHY: What's the matter with his ears? I don't see nothin' wrong with 'em. I think they're cute. ELEPHANT MATRIARCH: Ladies, ladies! It's no laughing matter at all. PRISSY: Oh. Oh, she's right, girls. ELEPHANT MATRIARCH: Don't forget that we elephants have always walked with dignity. His disgrace is our own shame. PRISSY: Yes, that's true. That's very true. GIDDY: Oh, indeed it is. CATTY: Well, frankly, I wouldn't eat at the same bale of hay with him.

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Cast as voices


The voice actors are uncredited for their roles in the film.
Dumbo John McLeish (narrator) Edward Brophy (Timothy Q. Mouse, the only friend of Dumbo) Verna Felton (Elephant Matriarch, the leader of the elephants / Mrs. Jumbo, Dumbo's mother) Cliff Edwards (Jim Crow the leader of a group of crows) Herman Bing (The Ringmaster, greedy and arrogant man) Sterling Holloway (Mr. Stork, Dumbo's carrier stork seen at the beginning of the film) Margaret Wright (Casey Junior, the sentient 2-4-0 tender locomotive hauling the circus train) The Hall Johnson Choir (Crow Chorus) Hall Johnson (Deacon Crow) James Baskett (Fats Crow) Nick Stewart (Specks Crow) Jim Carmichael (Dopey Crow) The King's Men (Roustabout Chorus) Noreen Gammill (Catty) Dorothy Scott (Giddy) Sarah Selby (Prissy) Billy Bletcher (Clown) Malcolm Hutton (Skinny)

Like Dopey, the only dwarf that is mute in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Geppetto's fish pet Cleo the goldfish "little water baby" and Gideon "Giddy" the cat, the comic character in Pinocchio, and Tootles in Peter Pan, Dumbo does not have a word of spoken dialogue.

Notes

Mrs. Dumbo picks up Dumbo with her trunk. In real life elephants will push their babies because they grow too heavy; they will occasionally carry them by their trunks when they are newborns.

The film contrasts wildly with Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937), Pinocchio (1940) and Fantasia (1940). Due to Walt Disney's instructions, supervising director Ben Sharpsteen worked to simplify production and keep it inexpensive. The film lacks the lavish detail of its predecessors, the character designs are simpler, the background paintings are less detailed and the character animators reused cels. Due to Walt Disney's instructions, supervising director Ben Sharpsteen worked to simplify production and keep it inexpensive. The movie lacks the lavish detail of its predecessors, the character designs are simpler, the background paintings are less detailed and the character animators reused cels.

A sequel direct-to-video/DVD production titled "Dumbo 2" was announced back in the early 2000s. The story was to be about Dumbo and a group of young circus animals getting separated from the WDP Circus and try to find their way back. It was to be directed by Robert C. Ramirez with Jeannine Roussel as producer and Burny Mattinson as head of the story. This proposed idea appeared to have been canceled with no more than storyboards and animated drawing sheets being made during pre-production.


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