The entire Disney menagerie appears in a parade urging the purchase of war bonds.
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Clarence Nash ...
Donald Duck (voice)
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The entire Disney menagerie appears in a parade urging the purchase of war bonds.

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Animation | Short | War

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13 January 1942 (USA)  »

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The building the Disney characters parade by is the Canadian Parliament Building. See more »

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Featured in Ink & Paint Club: Wartime Disney (1998) See more »

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National Emblem
Music by Edwin Eugene Bagley
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Decent short, more interesting than entertaining though
12 November 2012 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

All Together is interesting from a historical standpoint, but I am not sure whether it is something that I'd see more than a certain amount of times. There is not that much story here, the short is really dedicated to the Disney characters parading and getting their message across. If you are looking for laugh-a-minute sight gags and whatnot look elsewhere, there isn't really that much humour in All Together as everything is on banner with nothing spoken(Donald is the only character who speaks here) or illustrated. But that doesn't mean All Together is bad, it isn't. Although much of it is recycled, the animation does look beautiful, the use of The Band Concert was really effective. The music is characterful and vibrantly orchestrated as well. And it was a joy to see our favourite Disney characters, not just Mickey, Goofy, Pluto and Donald and his nephews but also Geopetto, Pinocchio and Figaro as well as the Seven Dwarfs, any Disney fanatic will just be in heaven just seeing them. So all in all, not a favourite and I don't think it ever will be but it is a thoroughly decent one. 7/10 Bethany Cox


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