Ben and Me 1953 Disney Benjamin Franklin Short Film



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About Ben and Me


Alternative titles (from Letterboxd): Franklin y Yo, Armus, die schlaue Maus


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Ben and Me plot from IMDb: "A mouse tells the story of how he guided Benjamin Franklin to success and prominence."


Cast and Characters:

Sterling Holloway as Amos Mouse

Charlie Ruggles as Benjamin Franklin

Stan Freberg as miscellaneous men

Bill Thompson as Governor Keith, and as the human tour guide

Hans Conried as Thomas Jefferson, and as a criminal


Directed by Hamilton Luske

Story by Robert Lawson (novel), Bill Peet (screen story), Winston Hibler, Del Connell, Ted Sears (adaptation)

Produced by Walt Disney

Narrated by Sterling Holloway

Music by Oliver Wallace

Animation by Wolfgang Reitherman, John Lounsbery, Cliff Nordberg, Marvin Woodward, Hugh Fraser, Eric Cleworth, Ollie Johnston, Hal King, Les Clark, Don Lusk, Harvey Toombs, Jerry Hathcook, George Rowley (effects)

Layouts by Al Zinnem, Hugh Hennesy, Thor Putnam

Backgrounds by Al Dempster, Thelma Witmer, Dick Anthony

Production company: Walt Disney Productions

Distributed by Buena Vista Distribution

Release date: November 10, 1953

Running time: 21 minutes