From the end of the Second World War until 1949, American films were not allowed to be exported to Occupied Europe, which included Disney cartoons.
To find a new market to make up for this, Walt Disney focused on the South American market and used José Carioca to help promote this.
When told he'll see a moose during his tour, José assumed he was prepping to see his friend Mickey Mouse.
Jose and Donald met up with locals and dance the samba with them.José is practically Donald's opposite, in that he is suave, cool and good under pressure.He is portrayed as a ladies' man, enjoys parties, and carries around an umbrella wherever he goes, using it like a cane; he can also use it as a musical instrument, such as a flute, guitar or trombone.Jennifer Hawke-Petit was raped and strangled to death and her daughters, Hayley, 17, and Michaela, 11, were tied to their beds and died when the house in Cheshire, Connecticut was set alight on July 23, 2007.
New Haven Public Defender Thomas Ullmann, who represented Hayes, said: 'The fact that a hostage negotiator, listening to what was going on during the dispatch communications, felt compelled to call central police headquarters offering his assistance and then being turned away is shocking.'Miller then received a call from SWAT team member Kerry Nastri, who asks whether they should start suiting up and head to the scene - but Miller said officers said they would call on them if they were needed.In during which, he nearly meets a gruesome demise at the jaws of the local wild animals he encounters, but a jovial José fails to comprehend the danger, simply taking in the exotic wonder.