My favorite part was the part when the tiger finally catches poor
Goliath II and Goliath's mother comes to rescue her little son. She
grabs the tiger and throws him into the river where a crocodile is waiting
with his mouth wide opened. The crocodile swallows the tiger for launch
before he could run away. So that Goliath II is saved once again.
But not for long. Later, when the movie goes on, the crocodile is
shown again, lying on his back with his fully belly. But the tiger inside
his stomach is still alive. When the crocodile opens his mouth the tiger
Raja suddenly jumps out of the crocodile's mouth and runs away.
This is a actually the first Disney short to have Xerography. It
was not limited animation, it was a process that a machine inked and
painted the celluiods (similar to today's animation which the celluiods
are computer colored). The final look is that the characters are still
animated in pencil form. The first feature which fully used the process
was "One Hundred and One Dalmatians." The process was developed by Ub
Iwerks, who was the first person to draw Mickey Mouse.
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