Disney's first-ever TV production. Edgar Bergen takes Charlie McCarthy and Mortimer Snerd to a Christmas party thrown by Walt Disney. Clips of movies and animated shorts, including Disney's not yet released Alice in Wonderland, are shown via a magic mirror, Written by
Brian Henke (Cincy43235@aol.com)
Did You Know?
Is included on the Alice in Wonderland
(1951) Un-Anniversary Edition DVD (2010). Includes clips from the rarely-circulated Song of the South
(1946), making this a rare opportunity to see part of that movie on USA DVD. See more
During the car ride, Edgar Bergen
's ventriloquism is not perfect, as his mouth can be seen moving along with Charlie McCarthy's dialogue. See more
What's the matter, Mortimer, car sick?
No, I'm sick.
While the credits are rolling, the announcer says "Now to make this Christmas Day complete, may we suggest that you and your family visit your local theater tonight to enjoy on the many fine movies playing in your city. In 1951, look for Walt Disney
's Technicolor production, Alice in Wonderland
(1951)." See more
References The Three Caballeros
Music by Johannes Brahms See more