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It all begins when a large crowd (anyone want to guess how many there
were) is sitting in a huge stadium. A blimp with the letters XLNT flies
over the stadium. I myself happen to be a Spanish student and that isn't
the way it's spelled (actually spelled E-X-C-E-L-L-E-N-T-E), but who
cares? It's supposed to make it funny (at least if you know Spanish
like I do otherwise it's just over your head). A matador is shown and
a bull comes running out of the stables. The matador waves his cape
and the bull charges over to it.
Meanwhile, Goofy is seen driving down a rural gravel road. He stops
to see that there is a cow (or so he thinks) sitting in his path. Goofy
gets out and tries to shoo her away, but she won't budge. A Mexican
looks at Goofy and watches in amazement ( this scene has been edited
out thanks to those stupid Disney people). Goofy takes out his red handkerchief
and the cow (actually a bull) starts running like mad. The Mexican farmers
shout "Ole!" (this scene was also edited out) Goofy then manages to
get going and drives into town. When he arrives, the Mexicans all greet
him and dress him up as a matador. Goofy must've felt really special.
Then he walks out into the middle of the stadium. A sheet of paper that
shows Goofy's picture and says that he is the matador falls down on
the ground by Goofy and he sees it. "Fighter of the bull? Me?", is what
he shouts. Hh runs into the bulls stable by mistake. Lighting a match,
he sees the bull, runs out, and screams. Goofy tries at all odds to
escape the bull. For example, he climbs into the crowd, but they throw
him back into the bullring. Goofy climbs onto a pull, but gets tangled
onto the bull's horn and the bull swings him around.
Well, by now poor Goofy has had enough and hops into his car and
tries to drive away, but the strings on his suit are still tangled.
His car gets ahead of him and he is pulled back into the stadium by
the bull. We then see that the bull is knocked unconscious and Goofy
is showered with sombreros. At the end, Goofy is driving home with his
sombrero souvenirs and he comes upon a bull (or so he thinks). He sneaks
behind it and quickly drives off. The bull is actually a cow. Another
flaw in this short was the incident with the matador. When a matador
is fighting the bull, he actually sticks a sword in the bull, eventually
ending up killing it. In my opinion, that is pretty barbaric. However,
there is one thing that puzzles me. Why did Disney edit out the scenes
with the Mexicans talking to each other on the phone? I don't believe
that is stereotyping Mexicans. They were just talking to each other.
In conclusion, there is really nothing funny about bullfighting,
but when it comes to the two cartoons mentioned above it is just out