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Snuffy's Elephant Romp, from Busch Gardens Africa.

Dumbo is a 1941 animated movie from The Walt Disney Company, based upon the children's book of the same name by Helen Aberson. The film follows the adventures of a young elephant cruelly nicknamed Dumbo. Taunted for his large ears, Dumbo and his only true friend Timothy Mouse, discover Dumbo's inner beauty and self worth, with the elephant becoming a star at the film's end.

References

  • In the Elmo's World episode "Drums," the Drum Channel advises viewers to stay tuned for "Drumbo."

Connections

  • Alan Arkin played J. Griffin Remington in Dumbo (2019)
  • Phil Baron wrote the theme and other songs for Dumbo's Circus (1986, TV)
  • Betty Birney wrote for Dumbo's Circus (1985-1986, TV)
  • Tim Burton directed Dumbo (2019)
  • John Debney was music director on Dumbo's Circus (1985-1986, TV)
  • Danny DeVito played Max Medici in Dumbo (2019)
  • Danny Elfman composed the score to Dumbo (2019)
  • Colin Farrell played Holt Farrier in Dumbo (2019)
  • Michael Keaton played V. A. Vandemere in Dumbo (2019)
  • John Lovelady was master puppeteer on Dumbo's Circus (1985-1986, TV)
  • Katie Leigh voiced Dumbo on Dumbo's Circus (1985-1986, TV)
  • Mona Marshall voiced Matilda on Dumbo's Circus (1985-1986, TV)
  • Will Ryan voiced Barnaby on Dumbo's Circus (1985-1986, TV)
  • Hal Smith voiced Fair Dinkum on Dumbo's Circus (1985-1986, TV)
  • Mark Stratton wrote and directed for Dumbo's Circus (1985-1986, TV)

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