Society Dog Show
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|Society Dog Show|
|Mickey Mouse series|
|Directed by||Bill Roberts|
|Produced by||Walt Disney|
|Voices by||Walt Disney
|Music by||Oliver Wallace|
|Animation by||Al Eugster
|Studio||Walt Disney Productions|
|Distributed by||RKO Radio Pictures|
|Release date(s)||February 3, 1939|
|Preceded by||Brave Little Tailor|
|Followed by||Goofy and Wilbur|
Society Dog Show is a cartoon short the Walt Disney Company made in 1939 and distributed by RKO Radio Pictures. The animated short was directed by Bill Roberts and animated by Al Eugster, Shamus Culhane, Fred Moore, John Lounsbery, Norm Ferguson, and Leo Salkin. The film originally released on February 3, 1939.
Mickey Mouse enters Pluto in a ritzy dog show. While Mickey grooms Pluto, Pluto starts swooning over Fifi the Peke. Things don't look good for Mickey and Pluto after the judge who looks over Pluto throws them out when the dog attacks the judge. But when a fire breaks out in the building, Pluto bravely goes in to save Fifi and is a hero.
- This cartoon is notable in that it was the last appearance of Mickey's older character design, primarily the dotted eyes in the design.
- There was later a comic strip based on this short by Floyd Gottfredson although the comic strip was portrayed quite differently than the cartoon.
- "Society Dog Show". www.bcdb.com
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