Concept art of Goldie Locks for the 1936 version

The Three Bears (or Goldie Locks and Three Bears) was an unproduced animated short based on the well-known children's story of the same name that was first proposed as a part of the Silly Symphonies series in 1936. After that version failed to materialize, Disney considered using the story as the basis for a Mickey, Donald and Goofy cartoon in which the famous trio are cast in the roles of the Three Bears.


For the proposed Silly Symphony, Goldie Locks was drawn as a caricature of then-popular child star Shirley Temple.


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