Babes in the Woods

Babes in the Woods

Les Enfants des bois

Les Enfants des bois est un court métrage d'animation américain, en couleur de la série des Silly Symphonies réalisé par Burton Gillett, sorti le 19 novembre 1932[1]. Le film est basé sur le conte des frères Grimm, Hansel et Gretel[2].



Perdus dans la forêt, deux enfants, Hansel et Gretel, sont capturés par une méchante sorcière. Les lutins parviendront à les libérer.

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Ce film marque la première participation d'Art Babbitt à une Silly Symphony[4]. Cet animateur talentueux développera quelques années plus tard les mouvements caractéristiques de Dingo[1].

Il marque aussi la dernière utilisation du procédé Cinephone de Pat Powers[4].

Pour Frank Thomas et Ollie Johnston, la sorcière de ce film préfigure celle de Blanche-Neige et les Sept Nains (1937)[5].

Notes et références

  1. a  et b (en) Dave Smith, Disney A to Z: The Updated Official Encyclopedia p 40
  2. (en) Dave Smith, Disney A to Z: The Updated Official Encyclopedia p 255
  3. a , b  et c (fr+en) Babes in the Woods (1932) sur l’Internet Movie Database
  4. a , b , c , d , e , f  et g (en) Russel Merritt & J.B. Kaufman, Walt Disney's Silly Symphonies p 116
  5. (en) Frank Thomas et Ollie Johnston, The Disney Villain, p 87
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