Ferdinand the Bull (1938) 1080p YIFY Movie

Ferdinand the Bull (1938) 1080p

Little Ferdinand would much rather smell the flowers than butt heads with the other cows. When the men come to choose the bull for the fight, Ferdinand accidentally sits on a bumblebee. The men see him dash around madly, so they pick Ferdinand. Comes the bullfight, and all Ferdinand cares about is the bouquet of flowers a woman tossed to the matador.

IMDB: 7.20 Likes

  • Genre: Animation | Comedy
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 133.61M
  • Resolution: 1920*1080 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: English 2.0  
  • Run Time: 8
  • IMDB Rating: 7.2/10 
  • MPR:
  • Peers/Seeds: 1 / 29

The Synopsis for Ferdinand the Bull (1938) 1080p

Little Ferdinand would much rather smell the flowers than butt heads with the other cows. When the men come to choose the bull for the fight, Ferdinand accidentally sits on a bumblebee. The men see him dash around madly, so they pick Ferdinand. Comes the bullfight, and all Ferdinand cares about is the bouquet of flowers a woman tossed to the matador.


The Director and Players for Ferdinand the Bull (1938) 1080p

[Director]Dick Rickard
[Role:]Walt Disney
[Role:]Milt Kahl
[Role:]Don Wilson


The Reviews for Ferdinand the Bull (1938) 1080p


Disney does justice to an excellent work of children's literatureReviewed byllltdesqVote: 10/10

Disney has had a reputation (in large part, justifiably so) for taking literary works and making them overly cute, thereby not doing justice to the source (i.e., Bambi), but here do a wonderful job of bringing Ferdinand off the printed page and into glorious, moving color! This is one of the best shorts Disney ever did and took the Oscar for 1938, beating three other Disney shorts (including a Mickey Mouse) and a Paramount cartoon called Hunky and Spunky. With remarkable backgrounds and detail, even for a Disney cartoon, this really should be in-print. It does show on The Ink and Paint Club. Most joyously recommended!

All the other little bulls butted their heads around - but not Ferdinand.Reviewed byMightyzebraVote: 7/10

This is one of a great amount of Disney shorts called Silly Symphonies. Overall each one (from what I have seen) is very gorgeous and there are Silly Symphonies to suit all cartoon lovers' tastes.

I had the pleasure of finding and watching this cartoon just now, having seen it about 8 years ago or so. Now, of course (I am younger than you may think I am) I see much more in this cartoon, the sweetness, the good animation - and the slight stereotypes with the donkeys and some of the parade on the bullfight scene.

The summary pretty much explains this short. This cartoon is about a bull called Ferdinand, in Spain, who is very calm and peaceful and does not want to fight. One day, he sits on a bee and the sting makes him go wild...

I like this Silly Symphony because it is incredibly sweet, it is quite funny, it has good, peaceful Disney animation, it has quite amusing slapstick, it possesses the moral that being calm and peaceful will bring you a good life, subtly embedded in this and there is a constant narrator whose voice is calm and peaceful. Apart from the middle bit of this episode I would recommend this for meditating people.

Whether you mainly enjoy watching Looney Tunes (like me) or whether you watch a great deal of Disney shorts anyhow, I recommend this to anyone who likes cartoon stuff. It is very beautiful, as are a few other Silly Symphonies, such as "Little Hiyawatha" and "The Ugly Duckling". Enjoy "Ferdinand the Bull"! :-)

Disney Invites You to Sit Under The Most Famous Cork Tree In LiteratureReviewed byRon OliverVote: 7/10

A Walt Disney Cartoon Short.

Young FERDINAND THE BULL wants nothing more than to sit under his favorite cork tree, just smelling the flowers. But he is chosen to fight in the great arena in Madrid, where only the bravest, fiercest bulls have a chance for glory...

This splendid cartoon, based on Munro Leaf's 1936 classic paean to individualism, is one of Disney's finest. The original story has been left basically intact - no animated mice or ducks, no dancing and/or singing trees & flowers needed here. Robert Lawson's evocative black & white drawings come to life in beautiful color & motion. The animators did have a bit of sly fun: the banderilleros & picadors are caricatures of the artists; the matador is a spoof of Walt himself (he was not amused). Don Wilson, Jack Benny's decades-long announcer, is an inspired choice as narrator. The personality & character of Ferdinand has been a matter of speculation for years, but the truth of the matter is perhaps best left in the privacy of the bull field...

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