Cinema: The New Pictures: Apr. 23, 1934

The Big Bad Wolf (Walt Disney). On her way to her grandmother's cottage, carrying a basket of cakes and wine, Little Red Riding Hood passes the Three Little Pigs' establishment. The two inferior pigs, squealing and cavorting as usual while their brother builds an addition to the house, advise Red Riding Hood to use a shortcut through the forest where the Big Bad Wolf spends his time. They accompany her along the shortcut, playing their gay flute and fiddle. When the Wolf , makes his appearance, imperfectly disguised as Goldilocks, the piglets...

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