The Three Caballeros Ride Again
( D 2000 002 )
- 2000 -

  This story is a sequel to the Disney cartoon "The Three Caballeros" (1944), without being one because Don Rosa just wanted to include José Carioca and Panchito Pistoles in a story because he liked the cartoon (it is the only one he likes!). But he uses some arto of this cartoon in his panels :

First, this panel in which Panchito shoots anywhere reminds me a scene from the film in which he does this too :

Then, the sequence of the danse has been  copied too :

" Brighting as a Peso ..."

Those two panels look like this scene ( they both are tightened one against the others and hold their hats) :

Las Guitarras ...

I think the expression of Jose in this panel looks like the one he has in the cartoon :

This panel is like a reunion of those two scenes, except that José draws the silhouette of the Señorita instead of Panchito :

... and the fight !

And finally, the final scene with Señor Martinez (the horse's name) . In the cartoon, they also ride a kind of horse (in the kind of nightmare Donalds have in the end of the cartoon) but it would rather be a female. Moreover, it has real female human legs !

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