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Disney Time

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Peter Ustinov introduces some Walt Disney swashbucklers.
including scenes from Peter Pan, Rob Roy, The Fighting Prince of Donegal, Robin Hood, The Reluctant Dragon, Knight for a Day, The Happiest Millionaire, The Jungle Book, Blackbeard's Ghost
Films by courtesy of Walt Disney Productions

Peter Ustinov has just made a film for Walt Disney Productions called Blackbeard's Ghost, in which (not surprisingly!) he plays the part of Blackbeard. So it seemed appropriate to take swashbuckling as the theme for today's programme. There's a varied collection of Disney Swashbucklers, from Rob Roy, Robin Hood, and Captain Hook to such unlikely characters as Donald Duck, Goofy, and Baloo the Bear

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Presenter: Peter Ustinov
Produced for television by: Richard Evans

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