"Well, looky here, looky here."
The Crows observing Dumbo
sleeping on a tree branch
"Why, this is most irregular."
"I just can't believe my eye."
"They ain't dead, is they?"
"Dead people don't snore."
The Crows whispering about how Dumbo and Timothy got up to the tree
Jim Crow entering the scene
"Hmm, what's cookin' around here? Come on, what's the good news? What's fryin', boys?"
"Just look down there, brother."
"And prepare yourself for a shock."
Jim Crow seeing for himself
Jim amazed and shocked to see Dumbo and Timothy sleeping on a tree branch
"Go ahead. Wake 'em up, brother."
"Yeah, find out what they're doin' up here."
"Yeah, and ask them what they want."
The Crows telling their brother, Jim to wake Dumbo and Timothy up and find out what they're doing up a tree
"Ok, boys. Leave it to me."
Jim flying down to Dumbo and Timothy
Jim observing Timothy sleeping
Jim preparing to wake up Timothy
Jim waking up Timothy with smoke from his cigar
Jim looking at Timothy amusingly
Jim listening to Timothy speak some more
"What are we doin' down here?!"
Jim blowing smoke on Timothy
"Hey, look here there, Brother Rat."
Jim being told by Timothy that he ain't his brother and no rat either
"And I suppose you and no elephant
ain't up in no tree..."
Jim looking at Timothy eye to eye
Timothy replying back to Jim
Jim and Timothy each trying to understand things properly
Jim and Timothy looking at each other
Jim smoking while Timothy reacts frightened when realizing the truth about his and Dumbo's situation
Jim watching Timothy go to Dumbo, wake him up, and remind him about their situation
The Crows watching Dumbo and Timothy fall down off of the tree
The Crows closing their eyes as their hats jump off
The Crows watching Dumbo and Timothy fall with their beaks wide open
The Crows closing their eyes and ears so as not to see or hear Dumbo and Timothy crash
The Crows seeing the final results
"Did you ever see an elephant fly?"
"Well, I've seen a horse fly."
"I've seen a dragon fly."
"I've seen all that too."
"The Reverend Rodent will address you."
The Crows listening to Timothy, telling them Dumbo's sad story
The Crows listening carefully to the story
The Crows getting sadder every minute they listen to Dumbo's tragic story
Glasses Crow and Straw Hat Crow sad
Glasses Crow and Straw Hat Crow looking at each other full of sadness and sorrow
Jim Crow looking at his cigar; full of sadness, regret, and sorrow
Preacher Crow horrified at the very mention of Dumbo being a clown
Glasses Crow crying while Fat Crow stays sad
Glasses Crow and Fat crow looking at each other full of sadness and sorrow while crying
"Hey, there, brother,..."
"... now, wait a minute."
"Don't go away feeling like that."
Jim Crow; full of sadness and sorrow, agreeing to help Timothy and Dumbo
"We done seen the light."
Timothy telling Jim that he and his friends have done enough
"Yeah, but we gonna fix it to help you."
"Ain't that the truth, boys?"
The Crows agreeing to help Timothy and Dumbo too
"You wanna make the elephant fly, don't ya? Well, you gotta use a lot of 'chology. You know, psy-chology."
Jim bringing Timothy to the rest of the crow group
The Crows huddling up with Timothy
The Crows with Timothy devising a plan on how to help Dumbo
Glasses Crow trying to fit in the conversation
Jim Crow pulling out one of Glasses Crow's tail feathers
Glasses Crow yelping in pain
Jim Crow giving Timothy "the magic feather"
Jim Crow winking: "Catch on?"
Timothy given the magic feather by Jim Crow
Timothy understands the Crows' point
The Crows surprised by Timothy's joy and excitement
The Crows trying to push Dumbo to fly off a cliff 1
The Crows trying to push Dumbo to fly off a cliff 2
The Crows trying to push Dumbo to fly off a cliff 3
The Crows trying to push Dumbo to fly off a cliff 4
The Crows trying to push Dumbo to fly off a cliff as Timothy instructs Dumbo on how to use his ears as wings
The Crows still trying to push Dumbo to fly off a cliff
The Crows and their hats blown away by Dumbo's ear flapping
The Crows blown away by Dumbo's ear flapping
The Crows teaching Dumbo how to fly
The Crows landing on telephone wires
The Crows on telephone wires as Dumbo and Timothy approach
The Crows with Dumbo and Timothy on telephone wires
The Crows and Dumbo listening to Timothy's great opinion about Dumbo's future
"Boy, them city folks is sure in for a surprise!"
Jim Crow holding his cigar with a toothpick
The Crows' final laughs as Jim drops his cigar
The Crows landing on a telephone pole
The Crows waving good-bye to Dumbo and his mother, Mrs. Jumbo
The Crows celebrating Dumbo's success as they wave good-bye to him and his mother
Jim Crow wished he had got Dumbo's autograph.
Fat crow tells Jim Crow he got his autograph.
"Well, so long, glamour boy!"