Ferdinand the Bull (film)
Ferdinand the Bull is a 1938 American stand-alone animated short produced by Walt Disney Productions and released on November 25, 1938 by RKO Radio Pictures. It was directed by Dick Rickard and based on the book, The Story of Ferdinand by Munro Leaf. The music was by Albert Hay Malotte, most known for the setting of The Lord's Prayer sung commonly at weddings.
- Directed by Dick Rickard. Produced by Walt Disney.
- Matador: Whassa matta with you, you crazy bull? Fight!
- Don Wilson as Narrator.
- Milt Kahl as Ferdinand. (uncredited)
- Walt Disney as Ferdinand's Mother. (uncredited)