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Dumbo movie 6 Make the elephant fly


TIMOTHY: Aw, don't pay no attention to them scarecrows. Come on, Dumbo. Let's get back to the circus. JIM CROW: So long, boy! TIMOTHY: But I wonder how we ever got up in that tree, anyway. Now, let's see.

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Elephants can't climb trees, can they? Nah, nah, that's ridiculous. Couldn't jump up. Mm-mm. It's too high. JIM CROW: Hey there, son. Maybe you all flew up. TIMOTHY: Maybe we flew up. Yeah, maybe we. That's it! Dumbo! You flew! Boy, am I stupid. Why didn't I think of this before? Your ears. Just look at 'em, Dumbo. Why, they're perfect wings. The very things that held ya down are gonna carry ya up and up and up! I can see it all now. Dumbo, the Ninth Wonder of the Universe! The world's only flyin' elephant! CROW: Did you ever see an elephant fly? CROW #1:Well, I've seen a horsefly. CROW #2: Ah, I've seen a dragonfly. CROW #1: Hee-hee. I've seen a housefly. JIM CROW: Yeah! See, I've seen all that too. TIMOTHY: All right, you wise birds. This has gone far enough. JIM CROW: Quiet, gentlemen. The Reverend Rodent is gonna TIMOTHY: You ought a be ashamed of yourselves. A bunch of big guys like you pickin' on a poor little orphan like him. Suppose you was torn away from your mother when you was just a baby nobody to tuck you in at nights no warm, soft, caressin' trunk to snuzzle into. How would you like to be left out alone in a cold, cruel, heartless world? And why? I ask ya, why? Just because he's got those big ears, they call him a freak. The laughingstock of the circus. Then when his mother tried to protect him they threw her into the clink. And on top of that, they made him a clown! Socially, he's washed up. Ah, but what's the use of talkin' to you coldhearted birds? Go ahead. Have your fun. Laugh at him. Kick him, now that he's down. Go on! We don't care. Come on, Dumbo. JIM CROW: Hey, brother, w-w-wait a minute. Uh, don't go away feelin' like that. We done seen the light. You boys is okay. TIMOTHY: Please, you've done enough. JIM CROW: Well, but we're all fixin' to help you. Uh, ain't that the truth, boys? CROW: Well, it sure is. JIM CROW: Uh, yeah, that. You're right. You wanna make the elephant fly, don't ya? Well, you gotta use a lot of' choplogic. You know, psychology. Now, here's what you do. First, you, Uh, bu And then, right after that, you, uh Use the magic feather. Catch on? THIMOTY: The magic feather? Yeah, I gotcha. Dumbo! Look! Have I got it! The magic feather! Now you can fly! JIM CROW: Let's go. Let's go. Heave ho. Heave ho. THIMOTY: Let's go, Dumbo. JIM CROW: Let's go. Let's go. THIMOTY: Come on now. Up, down. Up, down. Heave ho. One, two, One, two. One, two. Heave ho. Faster, faster. Get up flyin' speed. Retract your landing gear. Raise your fuselage. Take off. Aw, it's no use, Dumbo. I guess it's just another one of their Look! Hot diggity! You're flyin'. You're flyin'! JIM CROW: Uh, why, he flies just like a eagle. That's better than a airplane. Brother, now I've seen everything. But I be done seen about everything When I see a elephant fly With the wind. When I see a elephant Fly. THIMOTY: Dumbo, I knew you could do it! Wait'll we get to the big town. JIM CROW: Boy, them city folks is sure in for a surprise. CLOWN: Poor baby! Whoo! Come on! Jump! Come on! We'll save ya. Hurry up! We'll save ya! Come on! Jump! Come on! TIMOTHY: Look at that house. Dumbo, you're standing on the threshold of success. Don't look down. It'll make you dizzy. Boy, are they in for a surprise. Ho-ho. Got the magic feather? Good. Okay. Contact! Take off! Uh-oh. The magic feather! Dumbo, come on. Fly. Open them ears. The magic feather was just a gag. You can fly. Honest, you can. Hurry! Open 'em up! Please! Whee! We did it! We did it! Let's show 'em, Dumbo. Power dive. Now, loop the loop. You're makin' history! JIM CROW: Oh, man, I got his autograph. Well, so long, glamour boy!

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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.

Notes

Walt Disney Animation Studio's first film to take place directly in North America, the later films to do so include Bambi (1942) (the 5th film in the Animated Classics), Lady and the Tramp (1955) (respectfully dedicated to all dogs), The Rescuers (1977) (based on Margery Sharp books "The Rescuers" and "Miss Bianca"), The Fox and the Hound (1981) (with Tod, a red fox, and Copper, a hound dog), Oliver & Company (1988) (a homeless kitten joins a gang of dogs), Pocahontas (1995) (the legend that surround the Native American woman), Lilo & Stitch (2002) (a young Hawaiian girl and his funny alien pet), Brother Bear (2003) (about Kenai who was magically changed into a bear), Home on the Range (2004) (a mismatched trio of dairy cows in the old west), Meet the Robinsons (2007) (based on the book 'A Day with Wilbur Robinson'), Bolt (2008) (a small white dog who thinks that he has super powers), The Princess and the Frog (2009) (the first Disney movie to feature an African-American princess), and Big Hero 6 (2014). This does not include Chicken Little (2005) (a brave chicken come to rescue the citizens from a small town) or Zootopia (2016) which only took place on an anthropomorphic world with no humans, the same said for Wreck-It Ralph (2012) and its sequel Ralph Breaks the Internet (2018) which focused on video games and other technology related material, as well as Dinosaur (2000) which took place in Pangea.

The first Disney film in which the score is composed by Oliver Wallace, who previously worked as the uncredited orchestrator and conductor for "Pinocchio" (1940) and other Disney shorts of the late 1930's.

Jim Crow's name derives from a minstrel show character of the same name. He was created by Thomas D. Rice (1808-1960) in the 1830s. The character as originally depicted was dressed in rags, battered hat and torn shoes. Rice blackened his face and hands and impersonated a very nimble and irreverently witty African-American field hand.


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