Lullaby Land (1933)

Lullaby Land ReviewLullaby Land Review

 Lullaby Land is a 1933 Disney Silly Symphony film. It is a solid and times very memorable film.

It follows a baby who is transported to the titular land where he is scared by boogey-men and assisted by Sandman. Now, I don’t understand why this land is filled only with household appliances, that was unexplained and odd to me. As for the story itself, it’s something that we’ve seen done before and after a lot and it can get a bit tiring.

However, the film is better than the similar in concept ‘Wynken, Blynken and Nod‘ mostly because it is much more memorable in its imagery. Those boogey-men are very menacing and scary for children and I also really liked the use of Sandman. The film is exceptionally animated with imaginative world building and a polished look to it. The score is typical and sugar-coated, but the scenery is great and the film also has a good message for very small children.

Lullaby Land has its childish aspects, but it’s memorable in its imagery and very well animated.

 My Rating – 3.8

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