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Yudit Lang 1 month ago
Becky almost 7 years ago
The Small One is a Christmas animated short film created by Walt Disney Productions and was originally released to theaters in the United States by Buena Vista Distribution Company on December 15, 1978, before the 1978 re-release of Pinocchio. It started off as a children's book, by Charles Tazewell, which became a popular radio story in the 1940s–1960s. An earlier production starring Kate Smith was aired in the Hallmark Hall of Fame on December 21, 1952. Looking for an experimental plot to create into a cartoon, Disney came upon the story and brought it to life. It was an experiment for the newer and younger animators, including Don Bluth. The short is a story of a young boy, outside Nazareth, who must part with his best friend, an old donkey named Small One. He brings it to market, but no one is in need of a "scrawny donkey", save for a tanner. And when things look bleak, Small One leads his friend back to the tanner's, ready to give his life. But new hope comes along, in the form...
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