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Mr. Stork (Character)
from Dumbo (1941)

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  1. A Mouse Divided (1953) Played by Mel Blanc
  2. Lambert the Sheepish Lion (1952) Played by Sterling Holloway

  3. Dumbo (1941) Played by Sterling Holloway
    ... aka "Walt Disney's Dumbo" - USA (poster title)
    ... aka "Dombo" - Belgium (English title) (video title)
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  1. "Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color"
    ... aka "Disneyland" - USA (original title)
    ... aka "Disney's Wonderful World" - USA (new title)
    ... aka "The Disney Sunday Movie" - USA (new title)
    ... aka "The Magical World of Disney" - USA (new title)
    ... aka "The Wonderful World of Disney" - USA (new title)
    ... aka "Walt Disney" - USA (new title)
    ... aka "Walt Disney Presents" - USA (new title)
        - Dumbo (1955) TV episode, Played by Sterling Holloway

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From Lambert the Sheepish Lion (1952)
Mr. Stork: [looks at his invoice after discovering that he has brough a baby lion to a small sheep pasture] Lambert? But that's no lamb at all. Lambert is a lion! South Africa? Oh, goodness me! I've got to do some flying...
[runs over to the flock]
Mr. Stork: Come, Lambert! Uh, pardon me. I beg your pardon...
[steps over the other ewes]
Mr. Stork: Sorry, sorry! Oh, uh
Mr. Stork: Mrs. Sheep?
[Lambert plays with her bell]
Mr. Stork: I'm afraid there's been a slight bungle, heh heh.
[picks up Lambert]
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