1941 | Animation | Classics | Family
A young circus elephant is born with comically large ears and given the cruel nickname Dumbo. One day at a show, he is taunted by a group of kids, inciting his mother into a rage that gets her locked up. After Dumbo's ears cause an accident that injures many of the other elephants, he is made to dress like a clown and perform dangerous stunts. Everything changes when Dumbo discovers that his enormous ears actually allow him to fly, and he astounds everyone at the circus with his new talent.
|Produced by||RKO Radio Pictures|
|Writer||Joe Grant and Dick Huemer|
|Cast||Herman Bing, Mel Blanc and Sterling Holloway|
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