3 comments on “Fun & Fancy Free (1947)

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  2. I know you wrote this two years ago, but i”m checking in since I just watched Fun and Fancy Free last week. I totally agree about Bongo, which was hard to get through and didn’t offer a great look at gender dynamics. I’ve watched four of the ’40s package films recently, and this felt the most thrown together. I’d also watched Mickey and the Beanstalk as a kid, so there wasn’t much here. And that party was so odd!

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