DUMBO (1941): Disney Movie Review

Crows, magic feathers, and flying elephants! Before you see Tim Burton‘s live action remake this weekend (yes, we still can’t believe it), let’s take a look at the 1941 classic that started it all – Walt Disney‘s DUMBO.

Practically an octogenarian, DUMBO contains a plethora of memorable songs (e.g. “Baby Mine,” “When I See an Elephant Fly,” and “Pink Elephants on Parade”) and characters but how does it hold up? Are the crows really as offensive as they’ve been made out to be in recent years? Is it Required Viewing?

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