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Fun & Fancy Free

Fun & Fancy Free ★★★ 1947(G)

Partanimated, part-live-action Disney feature is split into two segments: “Bongo” with Dinah Shore narrating the story of a happy-go-lucky circus bear looking for love; and “Mickey and the Beanstalk”—a “new” version of an old fairy tale. Disney's last performance as the voice of Mickey and the only film to star Mickey, Donald Duck, Jiminy Cricket and Goofy. 73m/C VHS, DVD. D: Jack Kinney, Hamilton Luske, William M. Morgan; C: Charles P. Boyle; M: Paul J. Smith, Oliver Wallace, Eliot Daniel; V: Walt Disney, Cliff Edwards, Billy Gilbert, Clarence Nash, Anita Gordon; Nar: Edgar Bergen, Dinah Shore.

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