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Reviews written by Unknown Tag: 'Username' (3 reviews)

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Mickey's Good Deed Unknown Tag: 'pic_title'
1932 UM-8
Walt Disney Studios
 featuring Mickey Mouse, Pluto, Adelbert, Adelbert's Father, The Butler, The Children

Mickey's Good Deed On Video!  Mickey's Good Deed BCDB Rating: 4.4 out of 5 stars (4.4/5 stars from 5 users.)

Mickey's Good Deed 10 out of 5 stars

Reviewed by: rwundrock, January 01, 2003

I saw the 50 foot B&W version of this cartoon every Christmas for my first ten years of life. The short version was called "Mickey's Lucky Break." It was a good Christmas film depicting the bleak times during the Depression.

The full-length version shows that Mickey, even being destitute himself, sells Pluto in order to provide Christmas gifts for a family less fortunate.
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Ye Olden Days Unknown Tag: 'pic_title'
1933 UM-12
Walt Disney Studios
 featuring Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Clarabelle Cow, Dippy Dawg

Ye Olden Days BCDB Rating: 3.6 out of 5 stars (3.6/5 stars from 3 users.)

Ye Olden Days 8 out of 5 stars

Reviewed by: rwundrock, January 01, 2003

A 50 foot 8mm version of this cartoon was released as "Mickey's Royal Battle."

This was apparently Goofy's first cartoon, even though he was listed int he credits as "Dippy Dawg."

An amusing cartoon that has some adult humor. One scene in which a horse crashes head first into a wall knocking the king's picture down onto the horse's backside, infers the king as the horse's behind.
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Camping Out Unknown Tag: 'pic_title'
1934 UM-22
Walt Disney Studios
 featuring Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Clarabelle Cow, Horace Horsecollar

Camping Out BCDB Rating: 2.6 out of 5 stars (2.6/5 stars from 3 users.)

Camping Out 8 out of 5 stars

Reviewed by: rwundrock, January 01, 2003

This film was also released in a 50 foot 8mm version titled "Keep 'Em Flying."

I found this film to be amusing as an adult. As a child I saw it innumerable times on 8mm film and laughed each time. It used one of Disney's staples I call, "the rear-end shot." Clarabelle shows her underwear and Horace gets nailed in his behind by an accumulated faux large mosquito.
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