On Ice (film)
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|Mickey Mouse series|
|Directed by||Ben Sharpsteen|
|Produced by||Walt Disney|
|Story by||Webb Smith|
|Voices by||Marcellite Garner
|Music by||Bert Lewis
|Animation by||Paul Allen
|Studio||Walt Disney Productions|
|Distributed by||United Artists|
|Running time||8 minutes|
|Preceded by||Pluto's Judgement Day|
|Followed by||Mickey's Polo Team|
On Ice is a Mickey Mouse cartoon released in 1935.
The cartoon revolves around three different storylines that all take place on a frozen lake during wintertime. In the first, Mickey helps Minnie learn how to skate. The second storyline has Goofy attempting to catch fish by dropping tobacco into the water and making the fish come up to spit. Donald pulls a prank on Pluto by putting ice skates on his feet and luring him out onto the ice in the third one. The subplots come together when Donald skates around with a kite on his back. The wind kicks up and sends him flying over the waterfall. Mickey hears his cries for help and saves him by pulling on the yarns of his sweater. Donald ends landing right where Goofy is fishing.
The cartoon is included on the Walt Disney Treasures DVD collections Mickey Mouse in Living Color and The Chronological Pluto - Volume 1 (although its inclusion on the latter is questionable).
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