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Broken Toys (1935 film)

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Broken Toys
Directed byBen Sharpsteen
Produced byWalt Disney
Color processTechnicolor
Production
company
Distributed byUnited Artists
Release date
December 14, 1935
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish

Broken Toys is an 8-minute 1935 animation by Disney in the Silly Symphonies series. The toys in the story include caricatures of W.C. Fields, Zasu Pitts, Ned Sparks and Stepin Fetchit. Broken Toys was originally scheduled to follow Elmer Elephant and Three Little Wolves but was moved ahead of these titles in order to have it ready for a Christmas release.[1][2][3]

Voice cast

Home media

The short was released on the 2006 Walt Disney Treasures DVD box set More Silly Symphonies.[5]

References

  1. ^ Russell Merritt, J. B. Kaufman, Cineteca del Friuli -Walt Disney's Silly symphonies: a companion to the Classic cartoon ... 2006 8886155271 "Broken Dolls" As the original production number indicates, Broken Toys was intended to follow Elmer Elephant (US 33) and Three Little Wolves. However, in September 1935 it was moved ahead of the other titles in the production schedule in order to have it ready for a Christmas release. The plot resembles that of A Great Big Bunch of You (Warner Bros., 1933), a Merrie Melodie .."
  2. ^ Michael Barrier The Animated Man: A Life of Walt Disney 0520941667 2007 "In Broken Toys, whose animation was completed just a few weeks before Disney wrote his November 25 memo, the animators were cast very thoroughly by character, to the point that most scenes have only one character in them. A girl doll was wholly Natwick's, just as other characters belonged to Bill Tytla, Art Babbitt, and Dick Huemer. The doll was convincingly feminine in both drawing and animation, "
  3. ^ Karl F. Cohen Forbidden Animation: Censored Cartoons and Blacklisted Animators 1476607257 - 2013 "An Internet-posted list of images cut from Disney films mentions that black dolls were cut from Broken Toys (1935), Midnight in a Toy Shop (1930), Night Before Christmas (1933), Santas Workshop (1932), and Three Orphan Kittens (1935)."
  4. ^ Merritt, Russell; Kaufman, J.B. (2016). Walt Disney's Silly Symphonies: A Companion to the Classic Cartoon Series. Disney Editions. p. 176. ISBN 978-1-4847-5132-9.
  5. ^ Merritt, Russell; Kaufman, J. B. (2016). Walt Disney's Silly Symphonies: A Companion to the Classic Cartoon Series (2nd ed.). Glendale, CA: Disney Editions. pp. 86–87. ISBN 978-1-4847-5132-9.
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