Fun and Fancy Free

Fun and Fancy Free is a 1947 animated feature produced by Walt Disney and released by RKO Radio Pictures on September 27, 1947. It was one of the "package films" (feature-length compilations of shorter segments) the studio produced in the 1940s.

The "Mickey and the Beanstalk" portion of the film was the last time Walt Disney voiced Mickey Mouse, because he was too busy on other projects to continue voicing the famous character. Disney replaced himself with sound effects artist Jimmy MacDonald.

This film features two segments: "Bongo", narrated by Dinah Shore, and "Mickey and the Beanstalk," narrated by Edgar Bergen. Jiminy Cricket first appears inside a large plant in a large house, exploring and singing "I'm a Happy-go-Lucky Fellow", until he happens to stumble upon a doll, a teddy bear, a record player with some records, and is forced to set up to play the story of Bongo.


Image Character  USA Mex Mex(1990) Isr
Mickey Mouse Fun and Fancy Free Mickey Mouse Walt Disney Raúl Aldana Ohad Shachar
Donald Fun and Fancy Free Donald Duck Clarence Nash
Goofy Fund and Fancy Free Goofy Goof Pinto Colvig Francisco Colmenero Ami Mandelman
Willie the Giant Willie the Giant Billy Gilbert José Manuel Rosano Francisco Colmenero
Singing Harp Singing Harp Anita Gordon
Jiminy Cricket Fun and Fancy Free Jiminy Cricket Cliff Edwards Arturo Mercado