Magician Mickey

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Magician Mickey
Mickey Mouse series
Magician Mickey poster.jpg
Original theatrical poster
Directed by David Hand
Produced by Walt Disney
Voices by Walt Disney
Clarence Nash
Pinto Colvig
Lee Millar
Ralph Scott
Music by Albert Hay Malotte
Animation by Ed Love
Isadore Klein
Les Clark
Bill Roberts
Johnny Cannon
Art Babbit
Studio Walt Disney Productions
Distributed by United Artists
Release date(s) February 6, 1937
Color process Technicolor
Running time 8 min (one reel)
Language English
Preceded by Don Donald (1937)
Followed by Moose Hunters (1937)

Magician Mickey is a 1937 Walt Disney Mickey Mouse cartoon, originally released to theaters on February 6, 1937. Mickey puts on a magic show, but is constantly interrupted by a heckler, Donald Duck, whom he in turn tries to get his revenge on through his magic tricks. This cartoon sometimes deletes the scene where Goofy gets electrocuted when he sticks his finger in a live light socket. In the game Mickey's Magical Arts World, The cartoon appears as you can make your own character instead of Donald.


When a jealous Donald Duck tries to sabotage Mickey's magic act, he ends up becoming the victim of many of his magic tricks. In the end, Donald makes the entire stage collapse on top of them.


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