26 October, 2013

Cartoon for Halloween

Posted by Socrates in cartoons, Halloween, Socrates, Walt Disney at 7:54 pm | Permanent Link

The Legend of Sleepy Hollow (Walt Disney, 1949).


  • 3 Responses to “Cartoon for Halloween”

    1. Tim McGreen Says:

      I remember NBC’s Wonderful World of Disney used to come on Sunday nights at 7. This Disney cartoon would have aired on that show tonight, in fact, the Sunday before Halloween. I don’t know what’s on NBC Sunday nights anymore, probably some kind of so-called reality show, where an attractive White blonde female gets paired up with a muscular Negro male to compete against other racially mixed teams. And there’s usually a panel of B-list “celebrity” judges involved, too. It’s the same tired old formula being recycled over and over again.

      I suspect that Bram Bones was a half-breed Indian. He didn’t look White to me. And Ichabod Crane was no friggin’ good either, just a moocher and a con-man. Katrina was just using Ichabod to make Bram Bones jealous. And at the risk of giving away the ending I think Bram himself was the Headless Horseman. The legendary Bing Crosby provided the narration. It was nice to re-visit some old TV memories. Thanks.

    2. fd Says:

      In my opinion, Bing Crosby was the great crooner. Nothing against Sinatra, but his voice had an irritating whine that I didn’t care for.

    3. fd Says:

      Hollywood Jews waged war against Walt Disney from beginning to end. After the passing of Walt Disney, the Jews transformed what was left of the Disney Empire and its productions into hybrid junk.