Ferdinand the Bull

1938

Animation / Comedy / Family

6
IMDb Rating 7.2 10 2738

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Walt Disney as Ferdinand's Mother
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72.09 MB
1280*720
English 2.0
NR
23.976 fps
12 hr 7 min
P/S 5 / 35
133.61 MB
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English 2.0
NR
23.976 fps
12 hr 7 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by TheLittleSongbird 9 / 10

A forgotten gem!

Ferdinand the Bull tells the story of a bull who likes smelling flowers, instead of fighting like a typical bull in a bullring. Ferdinand himself is a very charming character, and is well drawn. All of the other characters are well done, with the exception of one or two lifeless backgrounds. Then Ferdinand is sent to Madrid, where he is expected to fight a toreador, but that isn't what Ferdinand wants to do. The music is also good, and Don Wilson's narration was very satisfying indeed. It is such a shame that few people know more about this gem, I don't think it is the best short in the world, but it is certainly entertaining and I would definitely watch it again. 9/10 Bethany Cox.

Reviewed by Hitchcoc 8 / 10

The Matador Took It Hard

Ferdinand the Bull is one of the most unflappable characters in all of cartoondom. He is a gentle soul, completely happy in his own skin. He inadvertently becomes a participant in a bull ring because he sat on a bee and went into a rage. One wonderful thing is that he never varied from his primary goal: to smell the flowers.

Reviewed by llltdesq 10 / 10

Disney does justice to an excellent work of children's literature

Disney has had a reputation (in large part, justifiably so) for taking literary works and making them overly cute, thereby not doing justice to the source (i.e., Bambi), but here do a wonderful job of bringing Ferdinand off the printed page and into glorious, moving color! This is one of the best shorts Disney ever did and took the Oscar for 1938, beating three other Disney shorts (including a Mickey Mouse) and a Paramount cartoon called Hunky and Spunky. With remarkable backgrounds and detail, even for a Disney cartoon, this really should be in-print. It does show on The Ink and Paint Club. Most joyously recommended!

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