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  • Dumbo ist der Name * der Elefanten-Titelfigur eines Zeichentrickfilms von Walt Disney: Dumbo (Disney); * einer asiatischen Elefantenkuh in Planckendael (Belgien): Dumbo; * eines afrikanischen Elefantenbullen im Chiccoland Zoo dem Winterquartier des Circus Carl Busch in Dürrwangen-Haslach: Dumbo.
  • Dumbo est un avion à grandes oreilles en forme d’éléphant.
  • thumb|Dumbo Der Zirkuselefant Dumbo wurde ständig wegen seiner großen Ohren gehänselt. Eines Tages erlernte er jedoch das Fliegen und wurde so zur Hauptattraktion des Zirkus. Dumbo hilft Sora im Kampf gegen die Herzlosen. Er dient als Beschwörung. Wenn man ihn ruft, schrumpft Sora, springt auf seinen Rücken und kann ihn steuern. Er kann mit ihm fliegen und das Kommando "Tsunami" benutzen, welches einen Wasserstrahl aus Dumbos Rüssel spritzen lässt. Das Kommando ist solange aktiv, wie man den Datei:X-Knopf.png-Knopf gedrückt hält.
  • Dumbo was a robot created by Bellboy, originally for the Psychic Circus. It had large claws and could shoot lasers from its eyes. After the Psychic Circus was trapped on Segonax, Dumbo was abandoned and buried. (TV: The Greatest Show in the Galaxy)
  • Dumbo Kategorie:Filme
  • Dumbo is an animated Disney Movie.
  • Dumbo was made to recoup the financial losses of Fantasia. It was a deliberate pursuit of simplicity and economy for the Disney studio, and at 64 minutes, it is one of Disney's shortest animated features.
  • Dumbo is a 1941 animated movie from The Walt Disney Company, based upon the children's book of the same name by Helen Aberson. The film follows the adventures of a young elephant cruelly nicknamed Dumbo. Taunted for his large ears, Dumbo and his only true friend Timothy Mouse, discover Dumbo's inner beauty and self worth, with the elephant becoming a star at the film's end.
  • Dumbo is the titular protagonist of the 1941 Disney film of the same name. Dumbo is a small elephant and the son of Mrs. Jumbo (which makes him the only boy elephant out of all the elephants seen in the movie). Dumbo is most famous for his giant floppy ears. He is usually a non-speaking character (except in comics).
  • Nachdem die beiden vorhergehenden Disney-Filme Pinocchio und Fantasia nicht die Gewinnerwartungen des Studios erfüllt hatten, versuchte man bei Dumbo deutlich weniger kostenintensiv zu arbeiten, was sich nicht zuletzt in der vergleichsweise kurzen Spieldauer des Films widerspiegelt.
  • Dumbo (idem en version originale) est un éléphant de l'univers de Disney en général et ayant fait quelques incursions dans l'univers de Donald Duck.
  • Mignon et attachant, Dumbo est un jeune éléphanteau, fils de Madame Jumbo.
  • Dumbo's Ability is S Protect Up. Dumbo has Medium Guilt at 6★. Dumbo, along with Bambi and Dr. Jumba, all have the Protect Up Ability corresponding to their elemental weakness.
  • Nachdem die Zirkuselefantin Mrs. Jumbo sehr lange auf ein Kind wartet, bringt der Klapperstorch endlich einen Sohn. Sie nennt ihn Jumbo jr., doch wegen seiner außergewöhnlich großen Ohren wird er von den anderen Elefanten als „Dumbo“ (vom englischen „dumb“: dumm) verspottet. Als Dumbo von einigen Kindern geärgert wird, Mrs. Jumbo ihn beschützt und die Jungen angriff, wird sie deshalb in einen Käfig gesperrt.
  • Dumbo, the fourth animated feature in the Walt Disney Animated Classics series, is based upon the storyline written by Helen Aberson and illustrated by Harold Pearl for the prototype of a novelty toy ("Roll-a-Book"). The main character is Jumbo Jr., a semi-Anthropomorphic elephant who is cruelly nicknamed "Dumbo". He is ridiculed for his big ears, but in fact he is capable of flying by using his ears as wings. Throughout most of the film, his only true friend, aside from his mother, is the mouse, Timothy – a relationship parodying the stereotypical animosity between mice and elephants.
  • In the 1950s, Dumbo and Timothy made an appearance in the animated opening of the Mickey Mouse Club. In The Great Mouse Detective, Dumbo made a brief cameo as a bubble blowing toy when Basil, Dawson, and Olivia were investigating a toy shop. Dumbo made a brief cameo appearance in the Bonkers episode "Of Mice and Menace", which introduced the villain Flaps the Elephant. He is shown crying at the police station because Flaps had stolen his flag. Dumbo also makes a cameo appearance in Flubber, seen on Weebo the Robot's computer monitor.
  • (The Disneycember logo is shown, before showing clips from Dumbo) Doug (vo): Well, after Fantasia gave a disappointing turnout at the box office, it seemed Disney had to go back to the traditional narrative. Dumbo was the fourth film they ever released. It’s a curious choice because while it is artistically interesting at times, it’s not anything really groundbreaking. Snow White, Pinocchio and Fantasia, you could definitely argue, broke some new ground. Dumbo...is just sort of your typical kids’ flick, but it’s not bad. Actually, something I always noticed about Dumbo is that Dumbo is never actually the focus. He doesn’t even talk. He just sort of walks around, looking cute. I mean, in words, he’s big-eyed, curious all and those other things you’d expect out of Disney characters. But the
  • thumb|258pxDumbo es el cuarto largometraje animado de Walt Disney Pictures. Basado en el libro para niños homónimo de Helen Aberson e ilustrado por Harold Pearl, Dumbo fue producido por Walt Disney y estrenado el 23 de octubre de 1941 por RKO Radio Pictures.
  • Dumbo is a 1941 animated film, the fourth in the Disney Animated Canon. The movie opens with circus elephant Mrs. Jumbo receiving a new baby from the stork. A baby with freakishly huge ears. This causes the other elephants and circus patrons to laugh at it, giving it the derogatory name of Dumbo. This enrages Mama Jumbo who eventually lashes out and attacks a group of children, getting her caged up and separated from Dumbo. Small Mouse Timothy stands up for Dumbo, however, and tries to get Dumbo to become a big star. Unfortunately Dumbo messes up, causing him to become a clown instead, something which he does not enjoy at all. When the two accidentally become drunk, they wake up the next morning in a tree, drawing the conclusion that Dumbo must have flown with his ears. Using this informat
  • Timothy subliminally convinces the circus ringmaster to set up a "pyramid of pachyderms," to the top of which Dumbo will jump (using a springboard). The act goes horribly wrong, the big top falls to the ground, the other elephants are seriously injured, and Dumbo is unceremoniously demoted to being a clown. Dumbo's clown act involves him falling from a platform in a dramatized fire rescue into a vat of pie filling. The audience reacts well to the act, and the clowns decide to alter the act for the next show so that Dumbo falls from a platform many times higher than the original one.
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  • Englisch
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  • 1941-10-23
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  • Dumbo
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  • 3840.0
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  • Desconhecido
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  • Donald Duck, Disney en général
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  • Three Rivers Village
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  • Dumbo
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  • Dumbo
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  • 3840.0
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  • John McLeish
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  • Dumbo
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  • Dumbo avec Riri, Fifi et Loulou Duck, dessinée par Carl Barks.
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  • Dumbo
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  • 1941-10-23
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  • Dumbo
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  • Dorothy Scott, Inge Landgut * Catty
  • Edward S. Brophy, Andreas Mannkopff * Storch
  • Herman Bing, Gerd Holtenau * Erzähler
  • John McLeish, Joachim Pukaß * Matriarch
  • Noreen Gammill, Erika Rehhahn * Jim Krähe
  • Sarah Selby, Edith Hancke * Giggles
  • Sprecher englisch, deutsch: * Timothy Q. Maus
  • Verna Felton, Inge Wolffberg * Prissy
  • Sterling Holloway, Wilfried Herbst * Zirkusdirektor
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  • Dumbo is a 1941 animated film, the fourth in the Disney Animated Canon. The movie opens with circus elephant Mrs. Jumbo receiving a new baby from the stork. A baby with freakishly huge ears. This causes the other elephants and circus patrons to laugh at it, giving it the derogatory name of Dumbo. This enrages Mama Jumbo who eventually lashes out and attacks a group of children, getting her caged up and separated from Dumbo. Small Mouse Timothy stands up for Dumbo, however, and tries to get Dumbo to become a big star. Unfortunately Dumbo messes up, causing him to become a clown instead, something which he does not enjoy at all. When the two accidentally become drunk, they wake up the next morning in a tree, drawing the conclusion that Dumbo must have flown with his ears. Using this information, the duo now plan to use this skill in order to make Dumbo a star. A live-action children's show based on the movie, called Dumbo's Circus, aired on the Disney Channel in the 80's at around the same time the similar show based on Winnie the Pooh did, where Dumbo could speak On a side note, a direct to video sequel was planned (and a preview of it can be seen on the 2001 60th Anniversary DVD, or just here) but never got off the ground, hopefully for the better. * Absurd Altitude * Alcohol Hic: Dumbo and Timothy become very cute versions of these. * Alcohol Is LSD: Pink Elephants on Parade. * All of the Other Reindeer:All the other elephants ostracize Dumbo on the account of his large ears. * All There in the Manual: The four Gossiping Elephants are unnamed in the film, but the model sheets label them as "Catty", "Giddy", "Prissy", and "Matriarch". * The big-eared kid who teased Dumbo was named "Skinny". * Animals Lack Attributes: Played straight to the point where all of the circus animals even have to rely entirely on Delivery Storks in order for them to have offspring. * Animate Inanimate Object: Casey Jr, the train. At the end he has eyes too, moreover you can hear him talk during the mountain climbing ("I think I can, I think I can, I think I can..."). * Animal Talk: Played straight for the most part, but Timothy Mouse is able to communicate with a human who is sleeping. And he's seen acting as Dumbo's (apparently official) manager in the end, even signing contracts for him. * Beef Bandage: One of the injured elephants is seen wearing one after the disastrous pyramid act. * Black Bead Eyes: Ms. Jumbo, but only in a brief, Off-Model moment during the "Roustabouts" sequence. * Blue Eyes: Dumbo has big baby-blue eyes. * Big Shadow, Little Creature * Bratty Half-Pint: The kids that mock Dumbo, pull on his ears, and taunt him repeatedly even as he tries to hide under his mother. Keep in mind that had this been real life, Dumbo's mother probably would have killed them for even getting close to Dumbo. * Brick Joke: The crows sing about seeing everything if they ever saw an elephant fly. When Dumbo is flying, Jim Crows comments that now he has seen everything. * Butt Monkey: Dumbo, big time. * Children Are Innocent: Dumbo to the extreme, since he's so young. He doesn't even understand when others are laughing at him. * Cool Train: Casey Jr. * Cute Mute: Dumbo never says a word in the entire film; he just looks mournful or happy when appropriate. Which is fitting, seeing as how he's, well, a baby. * Delivery Stork: Dumbo is delivered this way. * Deranged Animation: "Pink Elephants On Parade". * Didn't Think This Through: Timothy really didn't think through his plan to make Dumbo a star via the Pyramid act. * Disappeared Dad: Dumbo is originally named after him, and his mother sounds wistful when she reveals this, but that's the extent we know of him. * Disaster Dominoes: Dumbo does this to a gigantic tower of adult elephants which ends up collapsing the circus tent! * Disney Acid Sequence: "Pink Elephants On Parade", marking arguably the first Disney Acid Sequence. (A case could be made for much of Fantasia, though.) * Drunken Song: "We're Gonna Hit the Big Boss For a Raise" * Early-Bird Cameo: Casey Jr. (or a prototype of him) makes an appearance in the previously released Disney film The Reluctant Dragon. * Earn Your Happy Ending: After all the abuse Dumbo went through, having him become a worldwide sensation after buzzing his tormenters under the big top was so sweet. * Ears as Hair: Before he tries to participate in the pachyderm pyramid trick, Dumbo's ears are tied above his head so he won't stumble on them. Guess what happens while he's running out to the spring board. * Ear Wings * Eek! a Mouse!: Timothy takes full advantage of this. * Expy: Timothy is very similar to Jiminy Cricket, but far less iconic. * Flanderization: The ringmaster in the movie wasn't necessarily an outright villain, just yet another human jerkass. But he's upgraded to being the main antagonist for Dumbo in Disney's Villains' Revenge. * Floating in A Bubble: Happens to Timothy during the drinking scene. * Getting Crap Past the Radar: Timothy's initial reaction to the Pink Elephants is "That's some pretty sh... HEY!" * Gossipy Hens: Those other elephants. * G-Rated Sex: Delivery by the Stork, a persevering chap. * Have a Gay Old Time: "And now comes the climax!!!" The Ringmaster says this while undressing, too. * Honorable Elephant: Dumbo is playful but never malicious. The Matriarch plays the trope more straight: "We elephants have always walked with dignity." * Human Ladder * Humans Are Bastards: * Damn Clowns. * The kids that make fun of Dumbo surely fall under this. * The Ringmaster for putting Dumbo and other elephants in such dangerous acts. * Hurricane of Puns: "When I See An Elephant Fly" * Hypocritical Humor: A big-eared kid picks on Dumbo for having big ears. * I Am What I Am: Nicely put by Timothy, "The very things that kept you down are gonna carry you up and up and up!" * Jerkasses: The other circus elephants, the clowns, the ringmaster, the boys that make fun of Dumbo, even the crows (but they act nicer to Dumbo later on). Nearly every character besides Dumbo, Mrs. Jumbo, and Timothy is one. * Asshole Victim: One of the kids making fun of Dumbo gets grabbed and spanked by Mrs. Jumbo (though he is not killed). * Jerks With Hearts of Gold: The crows. * Large Ham: Timothy at times. The Ringmaster too. * Literal Metaphor: The pink elephant parade, given that "pink elephant" was a decades-old expression for a drunken hallucination. * Literary Agent Hypothesis: At the very end of the film, one of the Spinning Paper newspapers announces that (the now famous) Dumbo's manager (Timothy Mouse) has struck a Hollywood deal. * Magic Feather: Trope Namers. * Magical Negro: The crows, though initially every single one of them is a Jerkass. Or maybe every one is a Jerk with a Heart of Gold, really. Their song was more mocking of Timothy's notion of a flying elephant (and it's easy to see how one could be mistaken). * Mama Bear: Really, those kids deserved what was coming to them. * Meaningful Name: In a bit of Fridge Brilliance, the mute main character is nicknamed Dumbo. Dumb used to mean "unable to speak." * The Mountains of Florida: The movie depicts Florida as having mountains. In Real Life, Florida is one of the US states that doesn't have mountains. * Mushroom Samba: "Pink Elephants On Parade" * Mysterious Middle Initial: We never learn what the Q in Timothy's name stands for. * Nearly-Normal Animal: The circus animals know the routine of setting up and performing a show. The elephants even work as a team to help pitch the main tent without any obvious handling or guidance. * Off-Model: The "Pyramid of Pachyderms" sequence can't seem to make up it's mind how many elephants were in the room to begin with. * Ms. Jumbo has a moment of this during the "Roustabouts" sequence, when her eyes inexplicably became Black Bead Eyes. * One-Scene Wonder: Jumbo's mother only says one line "Jumbo...Junior" while giving a name to her son. * Only in Florida: ...would a flying elephant be born. * Only Known by Their Nickname: Dumbo * Papa Wolf: He may not be a dad, and he may not be a wolf (since he's a mouse), Timothy sticks up for Dumbo by scaring the elephants tormenting him and yelling at the crows for constantly laughing at him...thus making them nicer. * Pink Elephants: Featured in the most famous part of the film. And no, this film is not the Trope Namers--the phrase existed long before this film was conceived. * Protest Song: Again, "We're Gonna Hit the Big Boss For a Raise". * Ravens and Crows: Just the crows in this case. * Red Eyes, Take Warning: Mrs. Jumbo's eyes turn red when defending Dumbo. * Revenge: When the elephants blame all the trouble in the circus on Dumbo (even having the nerve to say that it was HIS fault his mother was in a separate cage), Timothy the mouse, although he just knew Dumbo, decides to scare them. * When Dumbo reveals that he can fly, he ends up taking his own revenge by humiliating the clowns, the other elephants, and even ringmaster. * Ridiculously Cute Critter: Dumbo. * Separated by the Wall * Shadow Discretion Shot * The Short Guy with Glasses: The short fat crow fits this trope. * Shout-Out: Casey Jr. says "I think I can" going up a hill, from The Little Engine that Could. * The Speechless: Dumbo. * Take That: The drunken clowns planning to hit up the boss for a raise is a dig aimed at the animators who went on strike -- and succeeded in making Disney a union shop. The Disney character encyclopedia writer, John Grant, noted that the analogy doesn't make sense when you realize that the apparent leader of the circus in the film, The Ringmaster, is not depicted as being anything like Disney. * Totem Pole Trench: After the clowns perform their first performance with Dumbo when he was demoted to a clown, we see silhouettes of the clowns backstage getting out of their costumes. One of the clowns turns out to be two short people stacked on top of each other. * Triumphant Reprise: "When I See an Elephant Fly" gets two reprises, both of which celebrate Dumbo's flight. * Trrrilling Rrrs: The Rrringmaster. * TV Strikes: See Take That. * Unfortunate Names: Dumbo Jumbo. * The Unintelligible: Both Dumbo and Mrs. Jumbo only communicate via typical elephant sounds. * Also in the movie itself, Dumbo has no spoken dialogue at all, and Mrs. Jumbo only speaks once -- when she says Dumbo's original name. * "The Villain Sucks" Song: Disney seems to consider Pink Elephants On Parade one, having included it on the Simply Sinister Songs CD. * Visual Pun: A "pink elephant" was, at the time of this film, a decades-old expression for a drunken hallucination. During Timothy and Dumbo's hallucination sequence, they see a parade of literal pink elephants. * What Song Was This Again?: The Spanish version of "Pink Elephants On Parade" isn't much like the original.
  • Dumbo ist der Name * der Elefanten-Titelfigur eines Zeichentrickfilms von Walt Disney: Dumbo (Disney); * einer asiatischen Elefantenkuh in Planckendael (Belgien): Dumbo; * eines afrikanischen Elefantenbullen im Chiccoland Zoo dem Winterquartier des Circus Carl Busch in Dürrwangen-Haslach: Dumbo.
  • Dumbo est un avion à grandes oreilles en forme d’éléphant.
  • thumb|Dumbo Der Zirkuselefant Dumbo wurde ständig wegen seiner großen Ohren gehänselt. Eines Tages erlernte er jedoch das Fliegen und wurde so zur Hauptattraktion des Zirkus. Dumbo hilft Sora im Kampf gegen die Herzlosen. Er dient als Beschwörung. Wenn man ihn ruft, schrumpft Sora, springt auf seinen Rücken und kann ihn steuern. Er kann mit ihm fliegen und das Kommando "Tsunami" benutzen, welches einen Wasserstrahl aus Dumbos Rüssel spritzen lässt. Das Kommando ist solange aktiv, wie man den Datei:X-Knopf.png-Knopf gedrückt hält.
  • Dumbo was a robot created by Bellboy, originally for the Psychic Circus. It had large claws and could shoot lasers from its eyes. After the Psychic Circus was trapped on Segonax, Dumbo was abandoned and buried. (TV: The Greatest Show in the Galaxy)
  • Dumbo Kategorie:Filme
  • Dumbo is an animated Disney Movie.
  • Dumbo was made to recoup the financial losses of Fantasia. It was a deliberate pursuit of simplicity and economy for the Disney studio, and at 64 minutes, it is one of Disney's shortest animated features.
  • Dumbo, the fourth animated feature in the Walt Disney Animated Classics series, is based upon the storyline written by Helen Aberson and illustrated by Harold Pearl for the prototype of a novelty toy ("Roll-a-Book"). The main character is Jumbo Jr., a semi-Anthropomorphic elephant who is cruelly nicknamed "Dumbo". He is ridiculed for his big ears, but in fact he is capable of flying by using his ears as wings. Throughout most of the film, his only true friend, aside from his mother, is the mouse, Timothy – a relationship parodying the stereotypical animosity between mice and elephants. Dumbo was made to recoup the financial losses of Fantasia . It was a deliberate pursuit of simplicity and economy for the Disney studio, and at 64 minutes, it is one of Disney's shortest animated features.
  • Timothy subliminally convinces the circus ringmaster to set up a "pyramid of pachyderms," to the top of which Dumbo will jump (using a springboard). The act goes horribly wrong, the big top falls to the ground, the other elephants are seriously injured, and Dumbo is unceremoniously demoted to being a clown. Dumbo's clown act involves him falling from a platform in a dramatized fire rescue into a vat of pie filling. The audience reacts well to the act, and the clowns decide to alter the act for the next show so that Dumbo falls from a platform many times higher than the original one. After an emotional visit to his mother's holding cell, Dumbo and Timothy try to plot their next step. They settle down for a drink of water outside of the clowns' tent. Unbeknownst to them, the water has been accidentally spiked with moonshine, and the elephant and mouse become inebriated and hallucinatory, seeing pink elephants sing and dance before their eyes. Dumbo and Timothy awake the next morning — in a tree over 100 feet (30 m) up, awoken by a number of amused black crows. Timothy surmises that Dumbo flew the both of them to the top of the tree while they were drunk, an idea the crows find hilarious. Nevertheless, the crows decide to help Timothy teach Dumbo to fly. By convincing the elephant he can fly with the use of a "magic feather," they succeed in getting Dumbo to fly. Dumbo shows up at the next clown "fire rescue" performance with his magic feather; however, he loses the feather after leaping from the platform. Timothy admits that Dumbo can fly without the magic feather, and, barely avoiding death from the fall, Dumbo opens his ears and soars through the air, to the amazement of the audience. Dumbo the Flying Elephant is made the star of the circus and an international celebrity, and he and his mother are reunited and given their own private coach on the circus train.
  • Dumbo is a 1941 animated movie from The Walt Disney Company, based upon the children's book of the same name by Helen Aberson. The film follows the adventures of a young elephant cruelly nicknamed Dumbo. Taunted for his large ears, Dumbo and his only true friend Timothy Mouse, discover Dumbo's inner beauty and self worth, with the elephant becoming a star at the film's end.
  • Nachdem die Zirkuselefantin Mrs. Jumbo sehr lange auf ein Kind wartet, bringt der Klapperstorch endlich einen Sohn. Sie nennt ihn Jumbo jr., doch wegen seiner außergewöhnlich großen Ohren wird er von den anderen Elefanten als „Dumbo“ (vom englischen „dumb“: dumm) verspottet. Als Dumbo von einigen Kindern geärgert wird, Mrs. Jumbo ihn beschützt und die Jungen angriff, wird sie deshalb in einen Käfig gesperrt. Kurze darauf lernt Dumbo die Maus Timothy kennen und freundet sich mit ihr an. Timothy bringt den Zirkusdirektor dazu, Dumbo zum Star seiner nächsten Nummer zu machen. Der kleine Elefant soll auf die Spitze eines großen Elefantenturms springen. Jedoch stolpert Dumbo bei der Aufführung über seine Ohren und lässt den Turm zum einstürzen. Von da an wird Dumbo nur noch als Attraktion in einer Clownnummer eingesetzt. Nun muss er aus einem brennenden Haus in einen kleinen Eimer Wasser springen. Daraufhin beschließen die anderen Elefanten, Dumbo endgültig aus ihrer Gemeinschaft auszuschließen. Timothy bringt Dumbo zu seiner Mutter Mrs. Jumbo, um ihn aufzumuntern. So kommt es zu einer kurzen Wiedervereinigung von Mutter und Sohn. Danach trinken Dumbo und Timothy aus einem Eimer Wasser, in den kurz zuvor eine offene Flasche Champagner gefallen ist, mit der die Clowns ihren Erfolg gefeiert haben. Im betrunkenen Zustand träumen die beiden von rosafarbenen Elefanten. Am nächsten Morgen werden Dumbo und Timothy von einer Schar Raben geweckt. Die beiden finden sich auf einem Baum wieder. Dafür gibt es für Timothy nur eine Erklärung: Dumbo muss geflogen sein. Bei den Raben löst diese Vermutung zunächst schallendes Gelächter aus. Timothy erzählt ihnen jedoch von Dumbos Schicksal als verstoßenem Außenseiter. So bekommen sie ein schlechtes Gewissen. Sie fangen an, Dumbo beim Fliegen zu helfen und geben ihm eine „Zauberfeder“. Tatsächlich gelingt es Dumbo damit, zu fliegen. Bei der nächsten Aufführung soll Dumbo nun alle überraschen und fliegen. Doch bei seinem Sprung verliert er die angebliche Zauberfeder. Im Fallen versucht Timothy, der auf Dumbos Mütze sitzt, diesem zu erklären, dass er auch ohne die Feder fliegen kann. Der kleine Elefant beginnt wirklick kurz vor dem Sturz in den Eimer zu fliegen. Nun ist Dumbo ein Star. Seine Mutter wird freigelassen, erhält einen privaten Zirkuswagen, Timothy wird Dumbos Manager und der kleine Elefant von allen gefeiert.
  • (The Disneycember logo is shown, before showing clips from Dumbo) Doug (vo): Well, after Fantasia gave a disappointing turnout at the box office, it seemed Disney had to go back to the traditional narrative. Dumbo was the fourth film they ever released. It’s a curious choice because while it is artistically interesting at times, it’s not anything really groundbreaking. Snow White, Pinocchio and Fantasia, you could definitely argue, broke some new ground. Dumbo...is just sort of your typical kids’ flick, but it’s not bad. Actually, something I always noticed about Dumbo is that Dumbo is never actually the focus. He doesn’t even talk. He just sort of walks around, looking cute. I mean, in words, he’s big-eyed, curious all and those other things you’d expect out of Disney characters. But the focus of the movie is the rest of the world. The world of the circus, the world of the animals, the world of...getting drunk. It’s all about strange visuals. He’s very much the observer, not the focus. But, hey, that’s fine by me. I love weird imagery, especially if it’s brought to us by Disney.
  • In the 1950s, Dumbo and Timothy made an appearance in the animated opening of the Mickey Mouse Club. In The Great Mouse Detective, Dumbo made a brief cameo as a bubble blowing toy when Basil, Dawson, and Olivia were investigating a toy shop. Dumbo makes two brief cameos in Who Framed Roger Rabbit. His first cameo is at the beginning of the film, where he flies in front of R.K. Maroon's office, much to Eddie Valiant's shock. Mr. Maroon mentions that he has rented Dumbo from Disney along with half the cast of Fantasia, and the best part of it is that they work for peanuts. His second cameo is at the end of the film, during the final scene where he is seen flying back to Toon Town along with the rest of the Toons. Dumbo made a brief cameo appearance in the Bonkers episode "Of Mice and Menace", which introduced the villain Flaps the Elephant. He is shown crying at the police station because Flaps had stolen his flag. Dumbo also makes a cameo appearance in Flubber, seen on Weebo the Robot's computer monitor. In Lilo & Stitch, Dumbo made a brief cameo as a toy on Lilo's easel. Dumbo make a cameo in the forms of silhouette at the end of The Lion King 1½. Dumbo makes two cameos in the Touchstone's 2012 CGI film, Elephant. The first is where he is seen as a bubble blowing toy
  • Dumbo is the titular protagonist of the 1941 Disney film of the same name. Dumbo is a small elephant and the son of Mrs. Jumbo (which makes him the only boy elephant out of all the elephants seen in the movie). Dumbo is most famous for his giant floppy ears. He is usually a non-speaking character (except in comics).
  • Nachdem die beiden vorhergehenden Disney-Filme Pinocchio und Fantasia nicht die Gewinnerwartungen des Studios erfüllt hatten, versuchte man bei Dumbo deutlich weniger kostenintensiv zu arbeiten, was sich nicht zuletzt in der vergleichsweise kurzen Spieldauer des Films widerspiegelt.
  • thumb|258pxDumbo es el cuarto largometraje animado de Walt Disney Pictures. Basado en el libro para niños homónimo de Helen Aberson e ilustrado por Harold Pearl, Dumbo fue producido por Walt Disney y estrenado el 23 de octubre de 1941 por RKO Radio Pictures. El personaje principal es Jumbo Jr., un elefante antropomórfico que es cruelmente apodado Dumbo (en inglés, dumb significa tanto «mudo» como, despectivamente, «tonto»), y que es ridiculizado por sus grandísimas orejas, aunque descubre que puede volar usándolas como alas. Su único amigo es el ratón Timoteo, parodiando el estereotipado terror de los elefantes hacia los roedores. La película Dumbo fue hecha para recuperar las pérdidas financieras de Fantasía. Fue un ejercicio deliberado de simplicidad y economía del estudio Disney, que actualmente se considera como un clásico de la animación. Con 64 minutos, es una de las más cortas películas animadas de Disney.
  • Dumbo (idem en version originale) est un éléphant de l'univers de Disney en général et ayant fait quelques incursions dans l'univers de Donald Duck.
  • Mignon et attachant, Dumbo est un jeune éléphanteau, fils de Madame Jumbo.
  • Dumbo's Ability is S Protect Up. Dumbo has Medium Guilt at 6★. Dumbo, along with Bambi and Dr. Jumba, all have the Protect Up Ability corresponding to their elemental weakness.
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