It was 1941, a critical time for the world and for the Walt Disney Studio. When the U.S. Government asked Disney to be a cultural ambassador to South America, the stage was set for Walt's very own real-life adventure. With a group of handpicked artists, later called "El Grupo," Disney's WWII road trip achieved the impossible: goodwill. And in the process paved the way for two classic Disney films, Saludos Amigos and The Three Caballeros. Brought to life through rare footage and enriched with never-before-seen bonus features, Walt & El Grupo is a story of inspiration, joy and hope you won't soon forget.
Audio Commentary: Director Theodore Thomas and Historian J.B. Kaufman
Photos In Motion: How the photos literally came to life
From The Director's Cut: 3 different segments taking you deeper into the story
Saludos Amigos Original theatrical version
Original Theatrical Trailers: Saludos Amigos (1942); The Three Caballeros (1944)