|Directed by||Milt Schaffer|
|Produced by||Walt Disney, John Sutherland[disambiguation needed]|
|Story by||Lance Nolley|
|Voices by||Jimmy MacDonald as Mickey, Ruth Clifford as Mickey`s Nephews, Pinto Colvig as Pluto|
|Music by||Oliver Wallace|
|Animation by||Norman Ferguson, Fred Moore, Charles A. Nichols, Marvin Woodward|
|Studio||Walt Disney Productions|
|Distributed by||Buena Vista Distribution|
|Release date(s)||September 19, 1952|
|Running time||6 min|
Pluto's Party also known as Plutos Party (Germany), La Fiesta de Pluto (Argentina),La Fête de Pluto (France) and Plutos födelsedagsfest or Plutos födelsedagsskiva (Sweden) is a cartoon in the Mickey Mouse series, produced by Walt Disney for RKO Radio Pictures, released 19 September 1952.
It's Pluto's birthday, but Mickey's nephews/sisters prefer to amuse themselves. The children receive a small cart, and treat Pluto like a workhorse. Then, they decide to play to see who can catch Pluto's tail. Eventually, they gobble up all of Pluto's birthday cake and leave. Pluto, understandably upset, angrily throws a tantrum, knocking away all the dishes until Mickey passes him one last slice of the birthday cake he saved. Pluto, happily eats the cake, licking Mickey between bites to show his gratitude.
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