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Mickey's Good Deed

Alternate Title: Mickey's Xmas Picture

Mickey's Good Deed (Mickey's Xmas Picture, Mickey's Lucky Break) (1932) - Mickey Mouse Theatrical Cartoon Series Mickey's Good Deed

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Walt Disney Studios Burt Gillett Walt Disney Bert Lewis
  • 1932
  • Walt Disney Studios
  • United Artists Pictures
  • Mickey Mouse Theatrical Cartoon Series
  • Cartoon Characters: Mickey Mouse, Pluto, Adelbert, Adelbert's Father, The Butler, The Children.
  • Directed By Burt Gillett.
  • Produced By Walt Disney.
  • Animated By Johnny Cannon, Les Clark, Frenchy de Tremaudan, Tom Palmer, Hardie Gramatky, Dick Lundy, Clyde Geronimi (as Gerry Geronimi) (Clyde Geronimi), Norm Ferguson.
    Supervising Animator: Ben Sharpsteen.

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On Christmas Eve, Mickey needs money to help out a poor mother's desperate children. So he sells Pluto to a rich family- whose spoiled brat gives the pooch a real run for his money.

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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.
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