Pluto's Party

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Pluto's Party
Directed byMilt Schaffer
Produced byWalt Disney
John Sutherland
Written byBill Berg
Leo Salkin
Story byBill Berg
Leo Salkin
StarringClarence Nash[1]
Pinto Colvig
Music byOliver Wallace
Animation byNorman Ferguson
Fred Moore
Charles A. Nichols
Marvin Woodward
Blaine Gibson (effects)
Layouts byLance Nolley
Backgrounds byThelma Witmer
Color processTechnicolor
Production
company
Distributed byRKO Radio Pictures
Release date
September 19, 1952
Running time
6 min
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish

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 Productions and released by RKO Radio Pictures on 19 September 1952.

Plot[edit]

It's Pluto's birthday and Mickey Mouse is busy preparing the party things for his birthday dog, Pluto. First, Pluto tries to eat the cake, but is caught by his master, Mickey Mouse, when it is time for his bath. As soon as Pluto is looking more neat and tidy, he tries to eat the cake but then gets spotted by his master again. Then, Mickey's nephews barge the gate down and trample all over Pluto as they hurry to the party. The children give Pluto a small red wagon and treat him like a workhorse. They then all start to enjoy themselves at the party. They first take Pluto on the slide, then barge down the swing. Then, they play pin the tail on Pluto to see who can pin Pluto's tail. Soon it is time for lunch and Pluto wants to have a piece of his own cake, but Mickey's nephews prefer to amuse themselves by grabbing every slice of cake and eating it up, much to Pluto's horror. Eventually, they devour Pluto's birthday cake and leave. Pluto, understandably upset at the torture Mickey's nephews have given him and Mickey's unusual meanness, angrily throws a tantrum, knocking away all the dishes until Mickey passes him the last slice of the birthday cake he saved. Pluto happily eats the cake, licking Mickey between bites to show his gratitude.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Gerstein, David; Kaufman, J.B. (2018). Mickey Mouse: The Ultimate History. Taschen. ISBN 978-3836552844.

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