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Release Date:
30 July 1932 (USA) See more »
An evil tree stump, jealous of two trees in love, starts a forest fire. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Considering when it was made, it is still a beautifully-animated unforgettable gem. See more (11 total) »


  (in alphabetical order)
Esther Campbell ... (voice) (uncredited)
Marion Darlington ... (voice) (uncredited)

Directed by
Burt Gillett (uncredited)
Produced by
Walt Disney .... producer
Animation Department
Johnny Cannon .... animator (uncredited)
Les Clark .... animator (uncredited)
Norman Ferguson .... animator (uncredited)
Clyde Geronimi .... animator (uncredited)
Hardie Gramatky .... animator (uncredited)
David Hand .... animator (uncredited)
Jack King .... animator (uncredited)
Ed Love .... animator (uncredited)
Dick Lundy .... animator (uncredited)
Hamilton Luske .... animator (uncredited)
Bill Mason .... animator (uncredited)
Fred Moore .... animator (uncredited)
Tom Palmer .... animator (uncredited)
Charles Philippi .... layout artist (uncredited)
Rudy Zamora .... animator (uncredited)

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8 min
Color (3-strip Technicolor)
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1.37 : 1 See more »
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Premiered at Grauman's Chinese Theater where it was run prior to the feature Strange Interlude (1932).See more »
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Der ErlkönigSee more »


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5 out of 6 people found the following review useful.
Considering when it was made, it is still a beautifully-animated unforgettable gem., 14 July 2009
Author: TheLittleSongbird from United Kingdom

The first Silly Symphony to to be made in Technicolour, Flowers and Trees remains my favourite of the Silly Symphonies. It has a certain charm that is almost irresistible. Flowers and Trees is beautifully animated, with vibrant colours, and considering when it was made, I was most impressed. The characters, although they never speak, are very lovable, especially the Mushrooms. Even the evil tree stump was an engaging character in his own right. The music was wonderfully lyrical, and reminded me of the sort of music you'll find in a ballet. It was so charming and pleasant, it plays a significant role in justifying the undeniable charm of this gem. The story is very simple, and is fairly unrealistic, but everything else that is so good, more than compensate, and it is meant to be silly. The result is a beautiful and imaginative short, with a 10/10. Bethany Cox.

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