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Old 10-07-2013, 06:15 PM   #11
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We're pretty excited about trying Carioca's and hope it is one of our assigned dinners over the 2 nights. I keep old Disney Days desk calendars to cut out the graphics for crafting and decorate mailings for kids in the family. I was flipping through one the other night and some interesting things about The 3 Caballeros were in there I didn't know, so thought you might be interested.
- The 3 Caballeros released 02/03/1945.
- There are 2 meanings of caballero, a Spanish gentlemen or a skilled horseman.
- Panchito is a Mexican Charro rooster and The 3 Caballeros is his only screen appearance.
- Clarence "Ducky" Nash recorded Donald Duck's voice for English, Spanish, and French releases.
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