A miserly mill-keeper kidnaps two Dutch children, but their pet duck runs for help like Lassie.

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A miserly mill-keeper kidnaps two Dutch children, but their pet duck runs for help like Lassie.

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26 October 1934 (USA)  »

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A great Color Classic from Fleischer's
23 September 2007 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Like I said, I love animation from Fleischer Studios, along with Disney, Rankin/Bass, Hanna/Barbera, Studio Ghibli and Nelvana Ltd. I have heard some negativity about Fleischer Studio's "Color Classics" cartoons but personally I think that they are great cartoons, with their 3D backgrounds that the studio is known for.

I love the scene where Hans and Gretel's cute, little duck friend went to get help from the villagers, when they were kidnapped by the mean, dirty, bandy-legged miser. And the villagers made the old miser "cleaned up" his act. I also love the main title theme music, now I have got it in my head. So overall, I love this cartoon.


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