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Perri
Perri FilmPoster.jpeg
Directed by N. Paul Kenworthy Jr.
Ralph Wright
Produced by Winston Hibler
Written by Ralph Wright
Winston Hibler
Felix Salten
(Book)
Narrated by Winston Hibler
Music by Score:
Paul J. Smith
Songs:
George Bruns
Winston Hibler
Ralph Wright
Paul J. Smith
Hazel "Gil" George
Song arrangements:
Carl Brandt
Orchestrations:
Carl Brandt
Franklyn Marks
Edited by Jack Atwood
Production
company
Distributed by Buena Vista Distribution
Release dates August 28, 1957 (1957-08-28)
Running time 75 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Box office $1.75 million (US rentals)[1]

Perri is a 1957 film from Walt Disney Productions, based on Felix Salten's 1938 book of the same name. It was the company's fifth feature entry in their True Life Adventures series, and the only one to be labeled a True Life Fantasy. In doing so, the Disney team combined the documentary aspects of earlier efforts with fictional scenarios and characters.

The story's title character is a young female squirrel who learns about forest life, and finds a mate in Porro, a male squirrel. In the film, there are seasons called the Time of Beauty, Time of Peace, and Together Time.

Instead of the European forest in which Salten set his work, a nine-man camera crew led by Paul Kenworthy and Ralph Wright shot Perri in Utah's Uinta National Forest and Jackson Hole, Wyoming (for the winter sequences). Some 200,000 feet were shot during production; only 8,000 were used in the finished product.

True Life regular Winston Hibler not only continued as the series narrator, but for this film also served as a screenwriter, songwriter and producer.

Upon its release, Perri was generally well received by critics and audiences. Along with all of the other True Life Adventures, it premiered in December 2006 on Disney DVD as part of the Legacy Collection.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Top Grosses of 1957", Variety, 8 January 1958: 30

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