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Walt Disney Classic Cartoon Shorts
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Here’s a List of Walt Disney’s Classic Short Animated Features. Featuring such iconic characters as Mickey Mouse, Goofy, Pluto, Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, Daisy Duck and more.


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Movie: Donald's Dog Laundry ( 1940 )
Donald Duck builds an automated dog washer while an unsuspecting Pluto naps nearby. When Donald finishes and announces his plan to use Pluto as his test subject, a battle of wills ensues, with Donald using a rubber bone and a cat puppet in an attempt to lure Pluto into the suds.
Movie: Tugboat Mickey ( 1940 )
Tugboat skipper Mickey Mouse and his inept crew, consisting of Donald Duck and Goofy, try to save a sinking ship.
Movie: The Reluctant Dragon ( 1941 )
Based upon Kenneth Grahame's book of the same name, this cartoon tells the story of a boy and his two friends: a dragon and a knight.
Movie: The Little Whirlwind ( 1941 )
Mickey wants some of the cake Minnie has just baked, so he offers to clean up her yard. As he's working, a tiny tornado (smaller than him) with a mind of its own comes along and causes trouble. After Mickey finally chases the little twister off, it gets its big brother, which makes a grand mess of the yard. Most of the cartoon, except for the opening and closing, has no dialogue.
Movie: Baggage Buster ( 1941 )
Goofy has to get a box belonging to a magician in time for the next train to pick the baggage. Clumsy Goofy drops the box and a lot of magician's props (a rabbit which multiplies, a bull, a woman sawed in half) appear.
Movie: Chef Donald ( 1941 )
Donald is listening to a radio cooking program while mixing up a batch of waffles. But he's distracted and uses rubber cement instead of baking powder.
Movie: The Art of Self Defense ( 1941 )
Goofy takes a lighthearted look at self defense through the ages: cavemen, knights, the age of chivalry, and finally boxing.
Movie: Aquarela do Brasil ( 1942 )
The title translates to "Watercolor of Brazil", and that's how it starts: with a paintbrush rendering the flora and fauna of Brazil (which oddly overlap) in water colors. A flower becomes Donald Duck, who is soon joined by the very cool parrot José Carioca, who introduces Donald to the city, the language, a local cafe, and - inadvertently - a drunken bee.
Movie: Mickey's Birthday Party ( 1942 )
The gang throws Mickey a surprise birthday party; his present is an electric organ, which Minnie plays while Mickey does a jazzy dance. Goofy bakes the cake, but keeps having trouble with it falling. The gang does a conga line to a Latin tune.
Movie: How to Play Baseball ( 1942 )
Goofy shows us the national pastime. After a brief overview, we have a demonstration of the many possible pitches. On to the World Series, where we go through an eventful inning, culminating in a baseball that disintegrates when being hit.
Movie: The Olympic Champ ( 1942 )
Goofy illustrates the various Olympic track-and-field events and the torch traditions.
Movie: How to Swim ( 1942 )
Goofy shows us how to swim, first using a piano stool to demonstrate the strokes, right into the middle of traffic and back again. Next, Goofy tries to change in a tiny beachhouse and ends up underwater without realizing it. He eats his picnic lunch and finds himself literally tied into knots with cramps. Next, Goofy takes on diving, as first demonstrated by an outline model; of course, for him, it doesn't go nearly as well. Finally, Goofy tries riding the surf in an inner tube, but first it's punctured by an ill-placed anchor, then it turns into a slingshot thanks to a couple of cleverly placed posts.
Movie: How to Fish ( 1942 )
Goofy demonstrates yet another pasttime, fishing. His demonstrated skill fails to explain where all the trophies mounted in his study came from...
Movie: Bellboy Donald ( 1942 )
Donald is a bellboy at the Lofty Manors hotel, where his boss is forced to remind him that the guest is always right. Pegleg Pete and his son check in to their rooms on the 80th floor, and sorely try Donald's already limited patience.
Movie: Donald's Tire Trouble ( 1943 )
Donald drives too fast and blows out a tire. Of course, with this clown, changing it is not a simple operation. First he has to fight the jack, then the heavily patched inner tube, then the adhesive on the patch, then the pump, then the hassle of putting the tire back together. Finally, he's all done, and ... well, let's just say he's not going anywhere too quickly.
Movie: El Gaucho Goofy ( 1943 )
A cowboy from the United States is transported to the Pampas where he is instructed in the ways of his counterpart, the gaucho. First a change of outfits, then he meets his horse. There are misadventures with a lasso and a saddle. Traditional activities include the asado, or barbecue, using bolas to hunt ostrich, and singing and dancing traditional music around the campfire. After the narrator completes the instructive summary, our cowboy returns home to the Midwest.
Movie: Pluto and the Armadillo ( 1943 )
Mickey and Pluto makes a short stopover on a South American flight. Mickey throws Pluto's ball into the jungle, and he chases it but it looks exactly the same as an armadillo that's rolled up into a ball. This, of course, greatly confuses Pluto for a while. But he eventually makes friends with the armadillo. He chases the critter into a cave right behind his ball, and rips the ball apart thinking it's the armadillo, which makes him very sad until the armadillo shows up again.
Movie: How to Play Golf ( 1944 )
Goofy shows us, in his inimitable way, the fundamentals of golf, guided as usual by the somewhat sarcastic narrator.
Movie: Donald Duck and the Gorilla ( 1944 )
Ajax the killer gorilla had escaped from the zoo, As a prank, Donald and three nephews scared each other, But suddenly, the real Ajax appeared, So how can they subdue him?
Movie: Commando Duck ( 1944 )
Donald Duck is ordered to wipe out a Japanese airfield. After parachuting out of an airplane, he lands in a Japanese forest. He uses an inflated canoe to cross the river, but as soon as it fills up with water, Donald is running for his life. He makes sure the canoe hits nothing that would pop it. When he gets to the edge of a cliff, he sees the airfield. The canoe has already exploded, causing water to flow. This large amount of water splashes onto the airfield, wiping the whole thing clean, but leaving disfigured airplanes.
Movie: First Aiders ( 1944 )
Minnie's learning first aid; she asks Pluto and Figaro for help. Pluto keeps throwing Figaro into buckets and otherwise getting him into trouble. Then, when Minnie has Pluto all trussed up in splints, Figaro taunts him.
Movie: How to Play Football ( 1944 )
It's Taxidermy Tech vs. Anthropology A&M for this introduction to college football (first piece of special equipment needed: a campus covered in ivy). Among the names borrowed for players: Clyde Geronimi, Don DaGradi, 'John Sibley', Claude Smith.
Movie: Californy er Bust ( 1945 )
A narrator tells the story of how the Western pioneers (all being Goofy lookalikes) are travelling in covered wagons across the frontier. They run into some Indians (who are also Goofy lookalikes) and battle breaks out between them. Suddenly a tornado comes by and sweeps up the covered wagons, dropping them into various states such as "Wash", "Organ", and "Californy."
Movie: No Sail ( 1945 )
Donald and Goofy rent a sailboat. This boat is a bit unusual: to rent it, you put a nickel in a slot, and the mast and sail pop up. Unfortunately, after a while, they pop back down. When Donald runs out of nickels, they are marooned. Goofy waves his shirt at a passing cruise ship, but they (and he) mistake this for a friendly greeting. A flying fish lands in the boat; while the boys fight over it, a gull grabs it. They try to bash the gull, which lands atop their heads, with predictable results. Finally, as the sharks circle, they try fishing, with Donald as the unwitting bait. He eventually lands back in the boat, where his bill lands in the coin slot and gives them a way home.
Movie: Hockey Homicide ( 1945 )
Two hockey teams of Goofies play a game that quickly degenerates into a riot.
Movie: Old Sequoia ( 1945 )
Donald is a park ranger, assigned to protect the giant tree Old Sequoia from a pair of beavers that bear a striking resemblance in their tactics and speech to Chip 'n' Dale.
Movie: Baseball Bugs ( 1946 )
Bugs plays every defensive position against the Gashouse Gorillas.
Movie: A Knight for a Day ( 1946 )
By accident, Cedric (Goofy), replaces his master, Sir Loinsteak, in the armor just before the joust with champion Sir Cumference.
Movie: Frank Duck Brings 'em Back Alive ( 1946 )
Wild man of the jungle Goofy is swinging through the treetops when he notices great white hunter Donald Duck pulling into port on his safari boat. He is looking for a wild man of the jungle and Goofy offers himself to Donald...if Donald can catch him which leads the duo on a wild chase through the jungle. Eventually they are pursued in their chase by a lion having switched clothes so that Donald is the wild man and Goofy is the hunter. Goofy escapes in Donald's boat leaving Donald swinging through the trees to escape the lion.
Movie: Double Dribble ( 1946 )
It's the big college basketball game; everyone playing looks like Goofy, and he's the only fan of the visiting team P.U.
Movie: Straight Shooters ( 1947 )
Donald runs a shooting gallery. His nephews come by and he offers them a free shot, but when the first one hits all the targets, the notoriously cheap Donald switches a cheap prize for the correct one. He then gives the other two boys gimmicked guns; the last one is empty, but the targets break anyway because one boy is hitting them from behind. Donald chases them off; they use the mystic's booth next door to get revenge.
Movie: Foul Hunting ( 1947 )
Goofy goes duck hunting hoping to catch one for a duck dinner. However, he mixes up a real duck with his duck decoy, gets his pants filled with water, gets water in his gun, and has various other mishaps before finally catching a duck for dinner...the decoy.
Movie: Mail Dog ( 1947 )
The weather forces a mail plane to turn back. It drops the mail at Outpost #5, staffed by Pluto, who is to carry it to the next airport. His mission is briefly thwarted by a totem pole (hence, this is probably Alaska), but his real enemy is a rabbit who covets the blanket on Pluto's sled. They chase each other down some treacherous winding slopes before they end up at the landing strip, where the two of them crash into a snow bank and send the mail pouch right into the pilot's hand.
Movie: Chip an' Dale ( 1947 )
Donald needs a log for his fire. Unfortunately, the one he picks is occupied by a couple of chipmunks and their stash of acorns. When he cuts it down, Chip and Dale fall out, but their acorns stay behind, so they work at putting out Donald's fire and retrieving their stash. Donald, of course, takes this as calmly and cheerfully as you would expect.
Movie: The Big Wash ( 1948 )
Goofy is a circus attendant who is friends with Dolores the elephant. Today is his day to bathe Dolores but Dolores is not intent on being bathed and tries desparately to avoid Goofy even disguising herself as a clown at one point (which actually fools Goofy for a moment). Even when Goofy captures her, he still has difficulties with the bath job particularly when Dolores begins to start sneezing.
Movie: Soup's On ( 1948 )
Donald's nephews come to lunch filthy from playing outside. Donald sends them to wash up; when he finds they've done a half-hearted job, he sends them to bed without supper. They scheme to get food; Donald catches them, but falls off a cliff while chasing them. He's OK, but temporarily out cold. The boys build a fake corpse and dress Donald up as an angel, and he buys it for a while.
Movie: How to Ride a Horse ( 1950 )
That master of all activities, Goofy, shows us the basics of riding a horse, from selecting the proper clothes, to mounting, the basic gaits, jumping, and walking the horse back to the stable (until the horse hears the word "stable", that is).
Movie: Lion Down ( 1951 )
Goofy is about to set up a hammock in the backyard of his penthouse apartment but is minus one tree. He immediately decides to get another one but he shows poor judgement in regards that the one he picks is unkowingly the home of a mountain lion. The lion returns to Goofy's penthouse to reclaim his tree, notices the hammock, and decides this is a much better source of relaxation than laying on a tree branch. Thus, he tries to remove Goofy from the hammock so he can relax himself and eventually a battle ensues.
Movie: Cold Storage ( 1951 )
An egret, frozen by the winter weather, moves into Pluto's doghouse. Pluto, cold and tired, takes a while to realize his doghouse is moving around without him. Even when he does realize, though, he has a hard time dislodging the interloper.
Movie: Home Made Home ( 1951 )
Goofy's building a house, and struggling with the blueprints, the window glass, the paint, and finally the house-warming guests.
Movie: Cold War ( 1951 )
George Geef gets sent home from work to tend to his cold.
Movie: No Smoking ( 1951 )
Goofy (again playing George Geef) is a nicotine addict to the extreme. He smokes while doing income tax, before going to bed, after waking up in the morning, and at work. Finally, he decides to quit. He soon learns it's not as easy as that and everywhere he looks, he is tempted to start again until he finally cracks. He runs everywhere yelling, "Smoke! Smoke! Smoke!" but with no luck. Finally, he asks a man for a cigar and the man gladly gives him one...an exploding cigar which finally has Goofy vowing, "I quit!".
Movie: Lambert the Sheepish Lion ( 1952 )
A delivery stork mistakenly delivers Lambert, a lion cub, to a flock of sheep. The mother won't let the stork take him back, so Lambert is raised as a sheep, but he just doesn't fit in. He grows up cowardly, until the day his mother is chased by a wolf.
Movie: Hello Aloha ( 1952 )
In the city, Goofy finds his daily job much too stressful so he decides to leave this hustle and bustle for a more peaceful life in the tropics. He finds life there most enjoyable collecting shells from the beach, making a hut in which to live, getting back to nature, and even joining in the big luau feast (with meals such as shark fin soup). Yes, Goofy thinks nothing can go wrong in this paradise...until the natives need to sacrifice someone to their volcano...
Movie: The Little House ( 1952 )
The and the history of a cute , simple, little house that used to live on a little hill on the countryside and how different times and ages passed by it from the classic time to the modern progressive time and how did these times affect this little house
Movie: Pluto's Party ( 1952 )
It's Pluto's birthday party, but Mickey's dozen or so nephews seem to be having all the fun. Their present is a wagon so Pluto can pull them; the "Pin the Tail on Pluto" game doesn't go quite right, and everything seems to prevent Pluto from having his birthday cake. But Mickey has planned ahead.
Movie: Two Weeks Vacation ( 1952 )
After several long days at work, Goofy finally takes a much needed vacation. However, his trip never quite gets off the ground mainly because he spends most of it stuck behind a slow moving trailer. When he gets a flat tire, the mechanic inspects every part of his car except the tire. The only motel he can find is a little shack too close to a railroad track. On the road once more, he gets stuck behind said trailer again only to pass it and discover no one is driving it.
Movie: For Whom the Bulls Toil ( 1953 )
Goofy, driving through Mexico, deals with a stubborn bull on the road who eventually charges, and Goofy unwittingly subdues the bull. Mexicans who are watching the scene believe that Goofy is "the great Matador" and the minute Goofy arrives in Mexico City, they dress him like a matador and make him do battle with another bull. The reluctant Goofy tries to escape the enormous bull although after a while, once again, he triumphs over the bull by accident.
Movie: Melody ( 1953 )
An owl teaches his class full of birds about melody. It's all around in nature. Only birds and man can sing; man "sings" even when he speaks. We see a quick survey of the stages of life, as captured by songs: the alphabet song for primary school, Here Comes the Bride, The Old Gray Mare, etc. Some inspirations for song are outlined in song: love, sailing, trains, the West, motherhood, etc., but "we never sing about brains." Finally, an example of how a simple melody can be expanded into a symphony: an elaborate version of the simple tune that opened the lesson.
Movie: Father's Week-end ( 1953 )
Goofy plays everyman again. He's an average working joe who demonstrates "the up on time/work on time/bed on time" routine while going from work to home every weekday. On Saturday night, however, he parties it up and attempts to get some rest the next Sunday but with his son around, it's impossible. He insists Dad take him to the beach and, although Goofy refuses, he ends up going anyway where he gets into all sorts of trouble mainly as the result of chasing his son all over the place.
Movie: How to Dance ( 1953 )
Goofy learns the basics of ballroom dancing.
Movie: Football Now and Then ( 1953 )
An old-timer tells his grandson that old-time football players could take a modern team, so we see a game with just that match-up: Bygone U. vs. Present State. More specifically, the Bygone U. team of 11 vs. Present State's dozens of special squads and support personnel. Even the stadium, fans, and press are modern vs. old-time. The game is close, and fiercely fought.
Movie: The Lone Chipmunks ( 1954 )
In this Lone-Ranger spoof,a cleaned-up version of Pegleg Pete robs a western bank and makes his getaway, and decides to hide his loot in a tree inhabited by two chipmunks, the chattering-and-clattering Chip 'n' Dale. They resent the intrusion but really begin to give Pete a hard time when they discover a reward if posted for his capture. The cavalry arrives but Chip 'n' Dale have the situation well in hand.
Movie: Pedro ( 1955 )
In a little airport near Santiago, Chile, live three airplanes, a papa plane, which carries mail over the Andes between Chile and Argentina, a mama plane, and a baby plane, Pedro. Pedro spends his days at flight school, hoping to grow up to be like his father. One day, his father has a cold in his cylinder head, so Pedro gets the call to cross the Andes, past the forbidding peak of Aconcagua, to pick up and bring back the mail from Mendoza. Pedro takes off, and the trip to Argentina goes well. Then, Pedro gets cocky, and the return trip goes badly. Will Aconcagua claim another victim? And what of the mail, does it get through?
Movie: Paul Bunyan ( 1958 )
The life, career, and challenges of the legendary giant lumberjack.
Movie: Winnie the Pooh and Tigger Too ( 1974 )
Rabbit is tired of Tigger always bouncing him, so he gets Pooh and Piglet together to come up with an idea to get the bounce out of Tigger. Rabbit suggests they take him into the middle of nowhere and leave him overnight. The idea backfires and Rabbit, Piglet and Pooh find themselves lost, but Pooh's tummy guides them home. Then, Tigger and Roo go out for a bounce and get caught in a tree, which Tigger is too afraid to get out of, and Rabbit makes Tigger promise that if they help get Tigger down, that Tigger can never bounce again. So Tigger is rescued and feels sad that he can no longer bounce, but everyone, including Rabbit, agrees they liked the old bouncy Tigger better.
Movie: Luxo Jr. ( 1986 )
A larger lamp watches while a smaller, younger lamp plays exuberantly with a ball but doesn't pick up the knack of correct handling.
Movie: Disney Sing-Along-Songs: Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah ( 1986 )
Imagine Hearing Songs from Disney Movies. But wait. What If You Don't know all the words? No Problem. Join Professor Owl as he guides you through this Sing Along Video and one of The songs ...
Movie: Tin Toy ( 1988 )
When a wind-up one-man band toy looks up and sees just how boisterous, BIG, and destructive the baby can be, he does everything he can to flee--even if it means hiding under the couch. But when the baby falls down and gets hurt, the tin toy has to decide on survival, or doing what a toy's got to do.
Movie: Disney Sing-Along-Songs: Be Our Guest ( 1992 )
Professor Owl and Jiminy Cricket take you to a Sing-Along with some memorable Disney characters as you read the on-screen lyrics. Each Disney song is featured through a movie clip from Beauty and the Beast, Mary Poppins, Pinocchio, Lady and the Tramp, Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day, The Great Mouse Detective, and Sleeping Beauty.
Movie: Goof Troop Christmas (TV Short 1992) ( 1992 )
Goofy and Max celebrate Christmas.
Movie: Winnie the Pooh Franken Pooh ( 1999 )
In "Franken Pooh", Piglet is trying to tell a not-so-scary story, but Tigger makes it scary. Dr. Von Piglet creates the Monster Franken Pooh, who rampages, looking for honey! In "Things That Go Piglet In The Night", Eeyore is trying to learn how to swing at night time, because he doesn't get a chance during the day. But Piglet thinks he's a monster when he hears him yowling and covers himself with a pillowcase to hide, but everyone else thinks he's a ghost and they go on a wild 'ghost' chase, trying to capture the 'ghost'. In "Pooh Moon", the gang go on a camping trip, and when Piglet and Pooh decide to guard the corn, they fall asleep and the fire pops the corn and they believe they have gotten popped to the moon. But Tigger, Rabbit and Gopher believe they've been grabbed by the Grab Me Gotcha.
Movie: How to Hook Up Your Home Theater ( 2007 )
Goofy tries to set up his new home theater in time for the big game, with disastrous results.
Movie: Toy Story Toons: Small Fry ( 2011 )
A fast food restaurant mini variant of Buzz forcibly switches places with the real Buzz and his friends have to deal with the obnoxious impostor.
Movie: Tangled Ever After ( 2012 )
Rapunzel and Flynn Rider have their wedding, but Pascal and Maximus must recover the rings they lose in mid-ceremony.
Movie: Toy Story of Terror (TV Short 2013) ( 2013 )
Woody and the gang are held up at a roadside motel and members of the group start to disappear from everywhere. Woody and set about getting to the bottom of the mystery.
Movie: The Lion Guard: Return of the Roar (TV Short 2015) ( 2015 )
Set in the African Savanna, the film follows Kion as he assembles the members of the 'Lion Guard'. Throughout the film, the diverse team of young animals will learn how to utilize each of their unique abilities to solve problems and accomplish tasks to maintain balance within the Circle of Life, while also introducing viewers to the vast array of animals that populate the prodigious African landscape.
Movie: Steamboat Willie ( 1929 )
Mickey Mouse, piloting a steamboat, delights his passenger, Minnie, by making musical instruments out of the menagerie on deck.
Movie: The Barn Dance ( 1929 )
The Barn Dance is a Mickey Mouse short animated film first released on March 15, 1929, as part of the Mickey Mouse film series; it was the first of twelve shorts released during that year.
Movie: Plane Crazy ( 1929 )
Inspired by Lindbergh's flight from New York to Paris, Mickey builds a plane to take Minnie for a trip involving some necking, though Minnie objects to the necking.
Movie: The Opry House ( 1929 )
Mickey Mouse runs a cheap opera house and performs on stage as a snake charmer, a belly dancer and a long-haired pianist.
Movie: When the Cat's Away ( 1929 )
While Tom Cat goes away hunting, Mickey, Minnie, and their mouse friends break into his house and perform music. They play various tunes on the piano while the other mice hit household objects in tune to the music.
Movie: The Barnyard Battle ( 1929 )
Mickey, and a ragtag group of mice, defend their farm from a group of cats, in a sort of small-scale version of the Civil War (complete with appropriate uniforms and "Dixie").
Movie: The Karnival Kid ( 1929 )
Mickey, a hot dog vendor, meets and quickly falls for Minnie the "Shimmy Dancer". He serenades her by performing the song "Sweet Adeline", much to the dismay of Kat Nipp, who is trying to sleep.
Movie: Mickey's Follies ( 1929 )
Mickey puts on a show in his barnyard. A short dramatic scene by a chicken and rooster; an operatic ode by Patricia Pig, and then the main attraction: Mickey sings and plays his theme song, then dances to it.
Movie: The Plowboy ( 1929 )
The Plowboy is a Mickey Mouse short animated film first released on June 28, 1929, as part of the Mickey Mouse film series. It was the eighth Mickey Mouse short to be produced, the fifth of that year.
Movie: The Busy Beavers ( 1931 )
A group of beavers goes about their dam-building, musically. The rain comes, and washes the dam away.
Movie: The Beach Party ( 1931 )
A fun day at the beach. While Mickey, Horace, and Clarabelle go swimming, or try to, Minnie lays out a picnic. Pluto discovers why you shouldn't chase a crab. Everyone digs in to lunch. Mickey throws Pluto a string of sausages; he dives after them, and comes up with an angry octopus instead, who crashes into the picnic.
Movie: Babes in the Woods ( 1932 )
Two Dutch children stumble on a clearing in the woods where gnomes are going about their business. The gnomes are friendly to the children. A witch comes and takes them away on her broom to her gingerbread house, where she turns nasty on them, turning the boy into a spider, her yowling cat to stone, and tries to turn the girl into a rat when a gnome's arrow stops her. While the gnomes are fighting the witch, Hansel and Gretl free the other children who have been imprisoned and transformed by the witch.
Movie: Santa's Workshop ( 1932 )
Santa's little helpers must hurry to finish the toys before Christmas Day.
Movie: The Mad Doctor ( 1933 )
Mickey must save Pluto from a mad doctor's lair.
Movie: The Pied Piper ( 1933 )
The people of Hamelin, overrun with rats, offer a bag of gold to anyone who can get rid of the rats. A piper offers to do the job, and successfully lures the rats into a mirage of cheese, which disappears. The citizens, disappointed that all he did was play a tune, offer only pocket change. The piper, angered, plays a new tune that has all the children of the city follow him, even the new twins the stork is preparing to deliver.
Movie: Funny Little Bunnies ( 1934 )
We see bunny rabbits preparing for Easter, by making chocolate eggs and rabbits, decorating eggs, and weaving and filling baskets.
Movie: The Big Bad Wolf ( 1934 )
The two foolish little pigs escort Red Riding Hood on a short cut through the woods, against the advice of their bricklayer brother. When they encounter the wolf, Red runs ahead to granny's house and the pigs run home. The wolf gets to granny's house first and scares her into a closet, then dresses as granny. Alerted by his brothers, the smart pig arrives just as granny has pulled Red into the closet with her and takes care of the wolf with the help of some hot coals and popcorn.
Movie: Gulliver Mickey ( 1934 )
Mickey is looking after the orphans. He tells them the story of Gulliver (with Mickey in that role) in Lilliput, though without the satire and bawdy bits. The story ends with Mickey fighting a giant spider, about twice his size.
Movie: The Tortoise and the Hare ( 1935 )
A Walt Disney Silly Symphony retelling of the classic fable about a foot race between speedy Max Hare, aka The Blue Streak, and Slow But Sure Toby Tortoise.
Movie: Mickey's Man Friday ( 1935 )
Mickey is stranded on an island. He runs into some cannibals who are about to cook a fellow cannibal. Mickey scares them off and makes friends with the cannibal whom he calls Friday. Together, they build a fort to protect themselves from the cannibals when they come back, but end up fleeing for their lives on Mickey's raft.
Movie: The Band Concert ( 1935 )
Mickey and his band are determined to perform their music despite the interferance of Donald Duck and a powerful storm.
Movie: The Golden Touch ( 1935 )
Greedy King Midas is granted his wish that everything he touches turns to gold. However, he realizes this may be a curse, when he sits down to eat and the food turns to gold as well.
Movie: Pluto's Judgement Day ( 1935 )
Pluto chases a kitten through a window and right into Mickey's lap. Mickey scolds him, and goes off to wash the kitten. Pluto falls asleep in front of the fire, and dreams of a hell ruled by cats where he is put on trial for all his crimes against cats and, of course, found guilty.
Movie: Mickey's Elephant ( 1936 )
A friend shipped Mickey a baby elephant, Bobo (not, apparently, related to the Warner Bros. Bobo) as a playmate for Pluto. Pluto's first introduction is to Bobo's trunk, through a fence. He's not thrilled, and marches away. The playful Bobo grabs Pluto's tail and follows. Pluto's devil self tells him he's being replaced, and tells him to attack with red pepper.
Movie: Magician Mickey ( 1937 )
Donald Duck continually heckles Mickey's magic act, but Mickey bests him at every turn.
Movie: Moose Hunters ( 1937 )
Goofy (front) and Donald (rear) are dressed in a female moose suit, trying to lure a moose for hunter Mickey. When they do find one, it turns out to be more than they can handle.
Movie: Donald's Ostrich ( 1937 )
Donald is the baggagemaster at a remote railway station. Part of the latest cargo shipment is Hortense the Ostrich, who is a bit too friendly with Donald, and who eats everything in sight, whether it's food or not (mostly not): a concertina, an alarm clock, some balloons, all of which start reacting when Hortense gets the hiccups.
Movie: Lonesome Ghosts ( 1937 )
Mickey, Donald and Goofy run the "Ajax Ghost Exterminators" agency. They receive a call from lonely and bored ghosts to come to their house where they are scared silly by the hilarious haunts and taunts of these spirited pranksters.
Movie: Boat Builders ( 1938 )
Mickey, Donald, and Goofy build a boat, but find it's harder than they had anticipated.
Movie: Donald's Nephews ( 1938 )
Donald's sister Dumbella sends her three sons Huey, Dewey, and Louie to visit their uncle Donald. They prove to be quite a handful for Donald, even with help from his book on child rearing.
Movie: Mother Goose Goes Hollywood ( 1938 )
Various Mother Goose rhymes are portrayed by Hollywood stars for example, Old King Cole's fiddlers three are the Marx Brothers, and Humpty Dumpty is W.C. Fields, who falls while tormenting Charlie McCarthy; Simple Simon and the Pieman are Laurel and Hardy.
Movie: The Practical Pig ( 1939 )
Two of the Three Little Pigs are caught by the Big Bad Wolf while swimming. But when the wolf tries to get the third, he is captured by the third pig who uses his new lie detector to get the information about his two brothers from the wolf.....
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