Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color: Season 17, Episode 4

The Wacky Zoo of Morgan City: Part 1 (18 Oct. 1970)
"Disneyland" The Wacky Zoo of Morgan City: Part 1 (original title)

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Mayor Philbrick is trying to help Maggie Hargrove push through a proposed art museum...which will be built where the zoo currently exists. To help the zoo fail, Philbrick assigns Mitch ... See full summary »

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Mitch Collins
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Major Philbrick
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Old Al Casey
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Becker
Mary LaRoche ...
Nancy Collins
Michael-James Wixted ...
Noah Collins
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Maggie Hargrove
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Ralph
Christina Anderson ...
Jen Collins
Annie McEveety ...
Rosemary
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Mayor's Secretary
George N. Neise ...
Councilman Thompson
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Rev. Hodgins
Harriet E. MacGibbon ...
Mrs. Westerfield
Bill Zuckert ...
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Mayor Philbrick is trying to help Maggie Hargrove push through a proposed art museum...which will be built where the zoo currently exists. To help the zoo fail, Philbrick assigns Mitch Collins, an accountant, to run the zoo. But contrary to expectations, Mitch propelled by his son Noah's enthusiasm, turns the zoo around and with the help of Morgan City's children, he just may save it from the mayor's plans. Written by Kathy Li

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Good, clean fun - an icon of 70's innocence.
11 October 1999 | by (California) – See all my reviews

A fun, wonderful icon of the early 70's and the small-town charm reflected in so many Disney movies of the era. There will never be any awards for these charmers and no critical acclaim, as they are probably considered fodder for kiddies, but like other such films of the genre ("That Darn Cat", "Snowball Express", "The Boatniks", "Superdad", etc.) they are loaded with a slew of recognizable faces (in this case Hal Holbrook, Joe Flynn, Wally Cox...even an uncredited small part from The Partridge Family's Danny Bonaduce). Michael-James Wixted is charming with his convincing innocence and cross-reference accent, while Flynn and Cox play the kind of characters they usually do in these types of films - all adding up to silly fun.

This particular film was one of those NBC "Wonderful World Of Disney" Sunday night TV movies that came and went and are suddenly available to be seen on The Disney Channel, so take a no-brainer break and watch this one with (or without) the kids.


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