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STERLING HOLLOWAY LP SIGNED AUTOGRAPH PETER AND THE WOLF WALT DISNEY 1964

Holloway, Sterling LP Signed Autograph Peter And The Wolf Walt Disney 1964
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Holloway, Sterling LP Signed Autograph Peter And The Wolf Walt Disney 1964
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Holloway, Sterling LP Signed Autograph Peter And The Wolf Walt Disney 1964Holloway, Sterling LP Signed Autograph Peter And The Wolf Walt Disney 1964
THIS IS AN AUTHENTICALLY AUTOGRAPHED LP BY STERLING HOLLOWAY...

WALT DISNEY PRESENTS PETER AND THE WOLF-NARRATED BY STERLING HOLLOWAY PLUS THE SORCERER'S APPRENTICE BY DUKAS(DISNEYLAN ST 3926)LP HAS GATEFOLD COVER WITH STORYBOOK-COVER IS SIGNED BY STERLING HOLLOWAY-RELEASED IN 1964-CONDITION OF THE VINYL,COVER, AND AUTOGRAPH IS VERY GOOD.

Walt Disney produced an animated version of the work in 1946, with Sterling Holloway providing the voice of the narrator. It was released theatrically as a segment in Make Mine Music, then re-issued the following year accompanying a re-issue of Fantasia (as a short subject before the film), then separately on home video in the 1990s. [1] This version makes several changes to the original story, for example:

* During the character introduction, the pets are given names: "Sasha" the bird, "Sonia" the duck, and "Ivan" the cat. * As the cartoon begins, Peter and his friends already know there is a wolf nearby, and are preparing to catch him. * The hunters get names at a later point in the story: "Misha", "Yasha" and "Vladimir". * Peter day-dreams of hunting and catching the wolf and exits the garden carrying a wooden "pop-gun" rifle with the purpose of hunting the wolf down. * At the end, in a complete reversal of the original (and to make the story more child-friendly), it turns out that the duck has not been eaten by the wolf. (The wolf is shown chasing the duck, who hides in a tree's trunk. The wolf attacks out of view, and returns in view with some of the duck's feathers in his mouth and licking his jaws. Peter, the cat, and the bird assume the duck has been eaten. After the wolf has been caught, the bird is shown mourning the duck. The duck comes out of the tree trunk at that point and they are happily reunited).

This version of Peter and the Wolf was featured in House of Mouse and Who Framed Roger Rabbit, and an audio recording of this version with expanded narration by Sterling Holloway was released on Disneyland Records (DQ-1242).