Morris the Midget Moose
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Morris the Midget Moose
Morris the Midget Moose
Directed by
Produced byWalt Disney
Story byEric Gurney
Bill de la Torre
Voices byClarence Nash
Dink Trout
Music byOliver Wallace
Animation byGeorge Nicholas
George Kreisl
Jerry Hathcock
Jack Boyd
Layouts byKarl Karpe
Backgrounds byRay Huffine
StudioWalt Disney Productions
Distributed byRKO Radio Pictures (original)
Buena Vista Distribution (re-release)
Release
  • November 24, 1950 (1950-11-24)
Running time08:02
CountryUnited States

Morris the Midget Moose is a 1950 Walt Disney animated short, originally released to theaters on November 24, 1950 from The Walt Disney Studios, originally released by RKO Radio Pictures and then, Buena Vista Distribution for its re-release.[1] It was co-directed by Jack Hannah and Charles Nichols, the story was created by Bill Berg, written by Eric Gurney, Bill de la Torre, produced by Walt Disney, music by Oliver Wallace, animation by Jack Boyd, Jerry Hathcock, George Kreisl and George Nicholas, layouts by Karl Karpe, the backgrounds by Ray Huffine and was based on the original story by Frank Owen, although there is no mention of the British politician and Liberal Member of Parliament's contribution to this project.[2] It featured the voices of Clarence Nash and Dink Trout.

Plot

This cartoon is a two heads is better than one parable. The bootle beetle (from Donald Duck cartoons, such as Bootle Beetle, The Greener Yard and Sea Salts) tells two younger beetles, who are fighting to reach a piece of fruit that is out of their reach, the story of Morris, a four-year-old moose, who has not grown beyond the stages of a child and is the laughing stock among the other moose. Morris is a small moose with large antlers, and meets up one day with Balsam, a large moose with embarrassingly small antlers. Morris and Balsam became good friends. Thunderclap the strongest bull moose is constantly challenging and defending his title as head moose. The two defeat Thunderclap with Morris standing on Balsam's back. The combined strength of Morris and Balsam becomes too much for Thunderclap. In the end the sum of the two was greater than the parts & the beetles learn the lesson by standing on each other's shoulders to reach the far hanging fruit.[3]

References

  1. ^ McCall, Douglas L. Film Cartoons: A Guide to 20th Century American Animated Features and Shorts. McFarland. p. 167. ISBN 9781476609669.
  2. ^ "Frank Owen (politician)". Wikipedia. 2017-01-26.
  3. ^ "November 24". disneydetail. 24 November 2012.

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