The Three Caballeros is a trio consisting of Donald Duck (from the United States), José Carioca (from Brazil), and Panchito Pistoles (from Mexico).
José Carioca and Panchito Pistoles where was originally created in the early 1940s by the Walt Disney Company, to help improve relations between The United States and Latin America during World War II, José Carioca would make his film debut in a segment in the film "Saludos Amigos"(1942) where he appeared alongside Donald Duck, Panchito Pistoles, starred in the movie The Three Caballeros, (1944), alongside Donald Duck and José Carioca. n Walt Disney's Comics and Stories #38 (November 1943). InWalt Disney's Comics and Stories #50 (November 1944), a sequel to The Three Caballeros, written by Chase Craigand illustrated by Carl Buettner. In the Four Color #71 (1945), was published an adaptation of The Three Caballeros, written and illustrated by Walt Kelly. The Three Caballeros appear in two comics by Don Rosa, The Three Caballeros Ride Again (2000) and The Magnificent Seven (Minus 4) Caballeros (2005).