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El Terrible Toreador

El Terrible Toreador
Silly Symphonies series
Directed by Walt Disney
Studio Walt Disney Productions
Distributed by Columbia Pictures
Release date(s)
  • September 7, 1929 (1929-09-07)
Country United States
Language English
Preceded by The Skeleton Dance
Followed by Springtime

El Terrible Toreador is a 1929 animated cartoon produced by Walt Disney Productions in the Silly Symphonies series.

Plot

The film opens somewhere in Spain. A lady is carrying a mug of beer above her head, walking rhythmically to the music of "Carmen". She walks over to a man in a white suit. The man gives her a coin, and she modestly puts it in her shirt. Then the lady does a quick dance in front of the man in the suit. The man tips her, and the money falls into a container on the floor. The lady just ignores him. Outside the building, a toreador is standing. When he sees the lady, with the man in the suit, he is fuming mad. So, the man in the suit grabs the lady, and soon the two fight over her. This ends with the lady walking away. Then another scene opens with a bullfighting ring and the bull (strangely reminiscent of Clarabelle Cow) and the toreador walk into there. Followed by a few gags and music performances, the toreador finishes up the scene by pulling out the bull's insides.

DVD release

El Terrible Toreador was released on the More Silly Symphonies Walt Disney Treasures DVD set.

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