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Disney's American Legends (2001)

Video  -  Animation | Family | Fantasy
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Consists of new narration by James Earl Jones, which is interspersed with the Disney shorts John Henry (2000), Johnny Appleseed (1948), Paul Bunyan (1958), and The Brave Engineer (1950).

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Consists of new narration by James Earl Jones, which is interspersed with the Disney shorts John Henry (2000), Johnny Appleseed (1948), Paul Bunyan (1958), and The Brave Engineer (1950).

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Consists of the Disney shorts John Henry (2000), Paul Bunyan (1958), The Legend of Johnny Appleseed (1948), and The Brave Engineer (1950) (about Casey Jones), with introductions provided by James Earl Jones. See more »

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Lost classics
14 December 2003 | by (San Luis Obispo, CA) – See all my reviews

I borrowed the DVD, and I had forgotten the old classics of Jonny Appleseed, Paul Bunyan and Casey Jones. They are fun old Disney cartoons from the 40's and 50's. I am glad that Disney released them on DVD so my children can enjoy to old cartoons and the new John Henry one.


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