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Never released.

Joe Besser played "The Green Man," a live-action elf surrounded by animated characters, in this one-reel screen test.

Call sheets indicate that Besser filmed 15 minutes of footage on Disney's Stage 4, July 13 - 14, 1959. The project was abandoned, and Disney archives have no storage record of this footage. Disney records indicate that the footage may have still existed in 1965, possibly for use in NBC's Sunday night WALT DISNEY'S WONDERFUL WORLD OF COLOR; nothing beyond that note supports this conjecture. (IF the footage still exists, it is only remotely possible that it lies in an unmarked film cannister.)

Joe Besser (Solo)
Release Date
July 13, 1959
Walt Disney Productions
Production Type
Short Subject
15 min.

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Shooting Days:   2 days   From: 1959-07-13   To: 1959-07-14

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