Cuban Carnival (or Carnival Surprise Package) is an unproduced Disney animated feature film that would have been released in 1946. It would have been a follow-up to Saludos Amigos and The Three Caballeros.
A proposed third South of the Border needed Disney feature film. The segments would have included: "Brazilian Rhapsody", an extended version of what would later become "Blame It on the Samba", released as part of Melody Time in 1948; "The Laughing Gauchito" featuring the character first seen in "The Three Caballeros," who learns he has the ability to shatter glass with his laugh. He becomes a star, but his fame ends when his voice deepens as he becomes a man; "San Blas Boy" is about a boy named Chico and his dog Kiki, who are lost in a storm. "Cape Dance" was a surreal colourful fantasy; "Rancho in the Sky", and four others featuring Donald, José, Miguelito Maracas and their teacher plus Miguelito's love object, Aurora the Parrot.