Legend of the Three Caballeros / Characters - TV Tropes
A look back at Disney's film "The Three Caballeros." This may be because, by this point, relations between the United States and Latin At the end of the song, José reappears in the art style of the montage, but is. less than lovers because they're still trying to make the relationship work. It was a typical Friday night where the three caballeros would watch an all NCIS marathon. He said as he sprinted to his room and closing the door. Draghinazzo My love, has dressed me like a clown Relationship . the three Caballeros haven't met before, but they end up building up a solid.
April, May, and June mostly play this role.
Ari the Aracuan Bird Voiced by: Dee Bradley Baker The caretaker of the cabana. Compared to his classic incarnation, he's a lot friendlier and more genuinely helpful here. He still likes Trolling other characters for no reason, but his pranks seldom reach harmful levels and overall he helps a lot more than he hinders — even if he goes on about it in an unorthodox way. Given his ability to bend the laws of reality, it's to be expected.
Ari was the one that led Clinton Coot to discover Xandra's atlas deep in the Amazon, and opened said book when Coot couldn't despite access to magical artifacts.
In the finale, Ari knew exactly that the "wizard puddle" would bestow the Caballeros with magical abilities, showing that he knows a lot more than he lets on. In The Three Caballeroshe was simply an annoying bird who pestered Donald. He returns here as the estate's groundskeeper. An even heavier one than Panchito, to the point of being able to mess with reality at times.
He can extend his arms and legs to great lengths when a gag requires so. He can disappear behind an object or the edge of the screen and reappear elsewhere. Older Than They Look: Was looking exactly the same as he does now when Clinton Coot was a young man.
Develops this relationship with the Bear Rug in the later episodes. While it's toned down for everyone else, Ari is as Denser and Wackier as he's always been, including such abilities as Extendable ArmsOffscreen Teleportation and pulling out things from Hammerspace. He routinely annoys the gang. Instead of talking, he communicates by singing a nonsensical song. Bear Rug Voiced by: Jim Cummings A bear rug who is brought back to life, closely based on Humphrey the Bear from the classic cartoons.
Humphrey certainly wasn't a villain in previous shorts but he was mostly a nuisance to Donald. While the bear in this series plays this role in his debut episode, the rest of the series has him becoming a part of their team against Felldrake. He is called Bear Rug, but is Humphrey in all but name and backstory; of course, the original Humphrey wasn't an undead being sustained by the Spark of Life.
Back from the Dead: He started out as a rug made out of a dead bear, but he came to life thanks to the Spark of Life. Bears Are Bad News: While the Caballeros have trouble catching him, he isn't malicious and end up joining the team. His hands rubbing his eyes as he yawned loudly and sipped his coffee. Donald was to tired to respond back so he just forced a smile in his direction.
Panchito was excited that he already made breakfast for them. Scrambled eggs with buttered toast and bacon. After they finished breakfast Panchito led them to the car.
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Or more like pushed them to the car. Panchito hopped in the driver's seat as Donald and Jose' got in the back. Cruising down as fast as a rocket. Donald and Jose' screamed, holding onto each other for dear life. Tell Panchito to slow down! Let me slow down. Donald and Jose's faces were plastered on the windows. Pain entered every muscle.
Jose' sighed heavily as he groaned. The men looked outside their windows as they saw a huge sign with Mickey on the right and Minnie on the left. That could only mean one thing. They were going to Disney. Panchito stopped as a Disney tour bus went by to the Dolphin Hotel. Panchito smiled as he headed towards Epcot.
Once they found a parking spot that wasn't in the hot sun and taken by rude drivers they all piled out. The three got their tickets as they headed towards the big Epcot ball. They waited in line for an hour, stuck with crying babies, scolding mothers and pushing and shoving people.
Donald entered the cold, cool building and grabbed a paper cup from next to the fountain.
They went their separate ways as they tried different sodas from around the world. Donald gave a retort.The three caballeros ending
Panchito stared at him with a puzzling look. I'll just wait and see what they do with her. Her character in the Dutch comics has not aged very well. Nice to see Donald in his "expert for a day" mode. These were generally some of his best comics. We're going with selfish, unreasonable, hot tempered Daisy for this series, I see. At least it's a classic, I guess? Where are Donald's nephews, by the way?
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I mean, its their house, too, that just burned down. Are his nephews even around in the Caballero stories? As an aside, this show goes for classic 60' Duckburg art style, which is great.
And the musical score is good so far, too. So after Donald's house burns down no thanks to Duckburg's finest, as per usualhe inherits a rather sinister looking old mansion.
Judging by the owner's eye shadow, he will be the villain for this series, I imagine. Like it's been airlifted straight out of another country. Probably somewhere tropical, judging by the palm trees. And there is Joe. His first scene, by the way, just about encapsulates ALL the characterization the Dutch comics give him. He is a loafer and a skirt chaser.
I hope he is a lot more interesting than just that in this show.