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Dumbo movie 5 You see what I see

TIMOTHY: Remember, you come of a proud race. Why you're a pachyderm and pachyderms don't cry. What's cryin' get ya anyhow? Nothin' but the hiccups. There. Ya see? Well, ain't nothin' a little water won't cure. Oops-a-daisy.



We'll have ya fixed up in a jiffy. Come on. Here. Take a trunk full. Listen, little fella. We may have had a lot of hard luck up till now but you and me is gonna do big things together. Hold your breath. Why, your mother's gonna be so proud of ya. I'm gonna be proud of ya too. The whole circus is gonna be proud of ya. Now, what do ya think of that? Swallow it. Ho-ho. They can't keep us down. Oh, I guess you had one little one left over. Dumbo, we'll bounce back so ha. Hey, what's the matter with you? What kind of water is this, anyhow? Balloonies. Hiya, George. Whee! That's a pretty schstrick schlick. All right. Let's see ya blow a square one, pal. Say, that's very, very clever. Now blow a great big one. That's a pretty sh. Hey! Dumbo You see what I see? JIM CROW: Well, looky here, looky here. CROW: My, my. JIM CROW: Why, this is most irregular. CROW: Well, I just can't believe my eyes. CROW #1: They ain't dead, is they? CROW #2: No. Dead people don't snore. Or do they? CROW: Uh, wh-what's all the ruckus? Come on. JIM CROW: Step aside, brother. Uh, what's cookin' 'round here? What's the good news? What's fryin', boy? CROW: Just look down there, brother. CROW #2: And prepare yourself for a shock. JIM CROW: Well, hush my beak! CROW: Go ahead. Wake 'em up, brother. CROW #1: Yeah. Find out what they're doin' up here. CROW: Yeah. CROW #2: And ax them what they want. JIM CROW: Okay, boys. Leave it to me. TIMOTHY: Ohh! Those pink elephants. JIM CROW: Ho! Pink elephants? THIMOTY: What's so funny? What are you boys doin' down here, anyway? JIM CROW: What are we doin' down here? Well, hear him talk. THIMOTY: Go on. Fly up a tree where you belong. JIM CROW: Say, look here, Brother Rat. THIMOTY: Brother Rat? Now listen. I ain't your brother and I ain't no rat, see? JIM CROW: Uh-huh. And I suppose you and no elephant ain't up in no tree, either. THIMOTY: No! No, me and no tree ain't up no Huh? Tree? Yo! Dumbo. Dumbo. Wake up. Wake up, Dumbo! Don't look now, but I think we're up in a tree.

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Cast as voices

The voice actors are uncredited for their roles in the film. 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.


Dumbo and Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937) are the only classic Walt Disney films to use watercolor backgrounds (they were used because they were cheaper than the gouache and oils used for Pinocchio (1940) and Bambi (1942)) and the last time they were used until Fantasia 2000.

This film was added to the U. S. National Film Registry in December 2017.

This is the only known voice acting role for Edward Brophy (1895-1960), who plays Timothy Q. Mouse. The actor is otherwise known for roles in live-action films. Brophy was a prolific character actor whose career stretched from the 1920s to the late 1950s, often playing not-too-bright gangsters, cops, bartenders and assorted flunkies, particularly in Warner Bros. gangsters films in the '30s.

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