Lullaby Land (film)

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Lullaby Land
Silly Symphonies series
Directed by Wilfred Jackson
Produced by Walt Disney
Music by Frank Churchill
Leigh Harline
Animation by Dick Huemer
Leonard Sebring
Studio Walt Disney Productions
Distributed by United Artists
Release date(s) August 19, 1933
Color process Technicolor
Country United States
Language English

Lullaby Land is a Silly Symphonies animated Disney short film. It was released in 1933. The quilt from Lullaby Land inspired the garden section of the Storybook Land Canal Boats ride at Disneyland California.[1]


A sleepy infant finds himself transported from his cradle to the "Lullaby Land of Nowhere", a dreamland where pacifiers grow on trees; diapers, bottles, and potty chairs march on parade; and Baby's stuffed gingham dog comes to life. He wanders into the "forbidden garden", containing such things as scissors, knives, and fountain pens that Baby "mustn't touch." He callously smashes watches with hammers and plays with giant matches. The burning matches chase after him. Baby and his dog escape across a pond, using a huge bar of soap as a raft, but the smoke from the matches turns into boogey-men, who chase Baby before vanishing. The benevolent Sandman, dressed as a wizard, spots Baby hiding and works his magic, sending Baby to sleep in his own cradle at home.


  1. ^ "Storybook Land Canal Boats". Disney. Retrieved 2014-11-01. 

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