The five films included in the film were "Flowers and Trees" (1932), "Three Little Pigs" (1933), "The Tortoise and the Hare" (1934), "Three Orphan Kittens" (1935), and "The Country Cousin" (1936). They were the first five winners of the Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film. See more »
A alright compilation film of the silly symphonies. If you can find it give it a watch.The shorts that they select for the film are all Oscar winner hens the title. However the film is short. It only just makes the length of a feature film, however there is a 1966 version. This version has 4 more shorts including the ugly duckling, However it is missing the live action sequences but is a longer. The 1966 is available on VHS however so that is a plus.However the films were not designed to be watched as a package film they are shorts, so there is nothing linking them apart from the fact that they won Oscars. On the whole you could probably skip this one if you have watched all the silly symphonies multiple times
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