Mickey Mouse (film series) - Wikipedia. Film poster from 1. Mickey Mouse (originally Mickey Mouse Sound Cartoons) is a character- based series of 1. Walt Disney Animation Studios.
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The films, which introduced Disney's most famous cartoon character, were released on a regular basis from 1. The series is notable for its innovation with sound synchronization and character animation, and also introduced well- known characters such as Minnie Mouse, Pluto, and Goofy. The name . Films from 1. Mickey's Christmas Carol, The Prince and the Pauper, and Runaway Brain). Mickey's name was also used occasionally to market other films which were formally part of other series. Examples of this include several Silly Symphonies, Don Donald (1. Goofy and Wilbur (1.
Production. The first two films, Plane Crazy and The Gallopin' Gaucho, were previewed in theaters but failed to pick up a distributor. For the third film, Disney added synchronized sound, a technology that was still in its early stages at the time. Steamboat Willie debuted in New York in November 1. The revenues from the film provided the studio with much needed resources, and the studio quickly began to produce new cartoons as well as releasing sound versions of the first two.
The series was informally retired in 1. The Simple Things, but was revived in 1. Runaway Brain returned the series to its single reel format, while the most recent installment, 2. Get a Horse!, was produced in the black- and- white style of the early films.
The cartoons were directed by 2. Those with the most credits include Burt Gillett (3. Wilfred Jackson (1. Walt Disney (1. 6), David Hand (1. Ben Sharpsteen (1.
Lauren Mac. Mullan, was the first female director. Notable animators who worked on the series include Ub Iwerks, Norm Ferguson, Ollie Johnston, Frank Thomas, and Fred Moore. Mickey's voice is mostly provided by Walt Disney, with some additional work by Carl Stalling and Clarence Nash. By 1. 94. 7, Jimmy Mac. Donald had taken over Mickey's voice. Wayne Allwine voices the mouse in the three most recent films. List of films. Unless otherwise noted, dates are original theatrical releases in the United States.
Gray headers indicate black- and- white films while yellow headers indicate color films. Installment. Film. Director. Along the way Mickey picks up Minnie and the two come up with creative ways to play . Pete is unamused and puts Mickey to work skinning potatoes. Other appearances: Minnie Mouse, Pete, Clarabelle Cow. Notes: Disney's first sound cartoon, selected to the National Film Registry in 1.
He stops at a cantina where he finds Minnie and dances with her. Pete arrives, abducts Minnie, and takes her away on a donkey. Mickey follows after him, but the rhea has become drunk and slows Mickey down. Finally Mickey confronts Pete in a fencing duel and saves Minnie. Other appearances: Minnie Mouse, Pete.
Notes: silent version previewed August 2, 1. Parody of the Douglas Fairbanks film, The Gaucho, which was released November 2. Mickey wears shoes for the first time.
Installment. Film. Director. Release date. Walt Disney. March 1.
Mickey wants to take Minnie to a dance, but Pete's flashy car beats Mickey's horse- drawn wagon as her transportation of choice. At the dance, Mickey uses a balloon to make himself light on his feet. Kommandant Pete leads the cats in a raid on Mickey's farm. Mickey mounts a spirited defense of the farmhouse. Other appearances: Pete. Walt Disney. Mickey sells animated hot dogs at a carnival and heckles rival barker Kat Nipp. Also at the fair is Minnie who performs as a shimmy dancer.
Mickey gives here a free hot dog and, with the help of two alley cats, serenades Minnie outside her trailer. Other appearances: Minnie Mouse, Clarabelle Cow, Kat Nipp. Notes: First time Mickey speaks. Walt Disney. Mickey's running a small- town railroad.
He takes Minnie for a wild ride on a humanized train which eventually rumbles out of control. Other appearances: Minnie Mouse, Clarabelle Cow. Mickey and his barnyard pals put on a show that includes dancing ducks, opera singing by Patricia Pig, and Mickey's own rendition of his theme song, . They later play the xylophone and piano. Other appearances: Horace Horsecollar. Wild Waves. August 1. Mickey works as a beach lifeguard who saves Minnie from being drowned by a wave.
After Minnie is rescued,minnie fusses, Mickey tries to cheer her up by dancing, playing music and scat sings to . Also present are a wide variety of sea birds and marine mammals who accompany Mickey. Other appearances: Minnie Mouse. Jungle Rhythm. Walt Disney. November 1. 5, 1. Mickey goes on a hunting expedition to the jungle, but when his rifle malfunctions Mickey is left facing several angry and vicious animals. To appease them, Mickey starts playing music, and soon has all of the animals joining him.
Walt Disney. December 2, 1. Mickey weathers a ferocious storm inside an old haunted house where he is compelled to play the organ for the ghost and skeleton dance.
Other appearances: Monsters Skeleton. Notes: Title shorted to Haunted House in rerelease title sequence. Installment. Film. Director. Release date. The session is filled with distractions and Mickey ends up with a bucket of water thrown on his head. Other appearances: Horace Horsecollar, Clarabelle Cow.
Notes: First film released by Columbia Pictures. Walt Disney. March 1. At a concert hall, Mickey performs solo on a violin. His repertoire includes . Pete arrives and abducts Minnie after a short gun fight with Mickey.
Mickey rides after Pete on Horace and eventually saves Minnie. Other appearances: Minnie Mouse, Horace Horsecollar (without his yoke), Pete. Notes: First time Marcellite Garner voices Minnie and also the last Mickey Mouse short to be animated by Ub Iwerks.
The Fire Fighters. Burt Gillett. June 2. Mickey is the fire chief of a fire department which receives an alarm in the middle of the night. The group of fire fighters race to the blaze which engulfs a seven- storey building, but on the way the engine loses its water tank. Mickey saves Minnie, trapped on the top floor, by way of a clothes line connected with another building. Other appearances: Minnie Mouse, Horace Horsecollar.
The Shindig. Burt Gillett. July 2. 9, 1. 93. The friends from the barnyard attend a dance in the barn.
Clarabelle Cow attends as Horace Horsecallar's date and the pair take center stage for one of the dances. Mickey and Minnie provide music on fiddle and piano, and Mickey later joins the dancing. Other appearances: Minnie Mouse, Horace Horsecollar, Clarabelle Cow.
Notes: Clarabelle's name was mentioned for the first time and Clarabelle stands up for the first time. Burt Gillett. September 5, 1. Mickey is a prisoner forced to work on a chain gang with other prisoners. When the guard Peg Leg Pete falls asleep, Mickey leads the prisoners in some care- free, innovative music making, and eventually escape. Mickey vaults himself over the wall, escapes into a swamp and eventually rides away on a pair of horses. When the horses throw Mickey off a cliff, he happens the fall through the roof of the jail and finds himself back in his cell. Other appearances: Clarabelle Cow, Pluto (prototypes)2.
The Gorilla Mystery. Burt Gillett. October 1. Mickey reads about an gorilla named beppo has escaped the local city zoo in the newspaper and calls Minnie to warn her.
Minnie insists she is not afraid and plays the piano for Mickey over the phone. While Minnie is playing, beppo enters the house and kidnaps her,ties her up and takes her into the attic. Mickey hears Minnie's screams in the telephone and runs over to her house to save her before beppo strikes back. Other appearances: Minnie Mouse, Beppo the Gorilla. Notes: Inspired Donald Duck and the Gorilla. The Picnic. Burt Gillett. October 2. 3, 1. 93.
Mickey and Minnie go on a picnic together along with Minnie's dog Rover. Mickey brings a phonograph, and while he and Minnie dance to .
Finally the weather turns bad and the trio head home in a hurry. Other appearances: Minnie Mouse, Pluto as .
And Indian scout spots the wagon train and assembles a war party. That night after circling the wagons, the pioneers dance to . Mickey and Minnie scare the Indians away by tricking them into thinking U. S. Minnie gives Mickey a piano, and the mice play a piano duet of . After losing his first customer in the street, Mickey picks up Minnie on her way to a music lesson. But the taxi gets a flat tire which Mickey is unable to repair.
Pete appears as a traveling snake oil salesman who feeds a formula to the taxi. This makes the vehicle go out of control. Mickey, Minnie, and the taxi crash through a barn and end up covered in feathers. Other appearances: Minnie Mouse, Pete as . After eating bananas, a piano washes ashore and Mickey plays it while dealing at first with bothersome wild animals, and later dangerous ones. The Moose Hunt. Burt Gillett. May 3, 1. 93. 1Mickey and Pluto go hunting for moose.
Mickey accidentally shoots at Pluto with his shotgun and the dog plays dead. After this Mickey and Pluto encounter a real moose and are chased away.
Other appearances: Pluto. Notes: First appearance of Pluto as Mickey's dog. The Delivery Boy. Burt Gillett. June 1. While working as a delivery boy driving a cart filled with musical instruments, Mickey passes by Minnie's house. He sneaks up on her while she is outside doing her laundry.
The two mice start dancing in the yard, but Mickey punches a bee hive onto the mule pulling the cart. The mule kicks the cart and the instruments land on the animals. Together they all play . Mickey tells Pluto to stay home and ties him to the dog house, but Pluto follows anyway, dragging the house behind him. At Minnie's house Mickey and Minnie play music, while outside Pluto chases a cat.
The chaos eventually interrupts the date. Other appearances: Minnie Mouse, Pluto. Burt Gillett. August 1. Mickey plays piano at a concert hall and is joined by Minnie singing . The fish turn out to be very intelligent and play several pranks on the fishermen, including tying their fishing lines together.