10cf746e54 Nominations. Slyfield Nominated . His most famous gag is when he re-routes a train that Donald and Jos are riding on by drawing new tracks, causing the train to disassemble. Donald ends the celebration by being fired away by firecrackers in the shape of a ferocious toy bull (with which the firecrackers are lit by Jos with his cigar). The "drunkenness" slows down for a second after Donald multiplied himself while dancing, but speeds up again when Carmen reappears dressed in a Charro's outfit and uses a horsewhip as a conductor's baton to make cacti appear in many different forms while dancing to "Jesusita en Chihuahua", a trademark song of the Mexican Revolution. A key point to what happens later is that Donald is pining for some more ladies again, tries to hound down every single one he sees, and gain return affections, but once more he fails every time and ends up kissing Jos while blindfolded. Prof. "You Belong to My Heart" based its melody on the Mexican song "Solamente una vez", which was written by Agustn Lara. His adventures throughout Latin America was potentially a treat to watch and the featured music (courtesy of singers Aurora Miranda, Dora Luz and Carmen Molina) was somewhat catchy and enjoyable.
The Ary Barroso's song "Bahia" and the title song became popular hit tunes in the 1940s. New York.: Houghton Mifflin. Login Show HTML View more styles User Polls Which Cartoon characters do you feel most sorry for ? Animated Films Disney era 1937-1986 IMDb Poll Board Favorite Animated Films Which movie trio would you like to join? Saving Mr. Donald also appears with them. It is performed by Tro Calaveras in the film. In February 2001, Jos and Panchito appeared in The Three Caballeros episode of House of Mouse series, voiced by Carlos Alazraqui (Pistoles) and Rob Paulsen (Carioca). Clarence Nash - Donald Duck (also dubbed the Spanish, Portuguese and Italian versions) Jos Oliveira - Jos Carioca (also dubbed the Spanish and Italian version) Joaquin Garay - Panchito Pistoles (also dubbed the Italian version and the songs in the Spanish version) Aurora Miranda Dora Luz Carmen Molina Sterling Holloway - Narrator (The Cold-Blooded Penguin) Frank Graham - Narrator Fred Shields Narrator Francisco "Frank" Mayorga Mexican Guitarist Nestor Amaral Tro Calaveras Tro Ascencio del Ro Padua Hills Player Carlos Ramrez - Mexico . A ride on a magic serape takes the three amigos singing and dancing across Mexico. A small portion of "Jingle Bells" is briefly sung by Donald Duck.