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Baby elephant Dumbo is brought to his mother by a stork - but is soon made fun of by the other circus animals due to his unusually large ears. After defending her child, Mrs Jumbo is chained up away from him, leaving him all alone - at which point, loveable loudmouth Timothy Mouse steps in encouraging Dumbo to embrace his differences and even exploit them. After a fortunate meeting with some crows, Dumbo learns that his ears do in fact enable him to fly! This animated classic still entrances audiences today just as it did when first released back in 1941.
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