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The Opry House (1929) - Mickey Mouse Theatrical Cartoon Series The Opry House

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>Walt Disney Studios
  • Walt Disney Studios
  • Animated Characters: Mickey Mouse, Kat Nipp.
  • Originally Released in 1929.
  • Production Number: MM-5
  • Black & White
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

Release Dates:


  • Mar 20, 1929- Alternate Release Date
  • Mar 28, 1929- General Release

Cartoon Production Information:


The release date noted above reflects the release date as currently acknowledged by the Walt Disney Company. Other sources- including some official Walt Disney Studios archival documentation- suggest March 20, 1929 as an alternate (and possibly more accurate!) release date. It is possibly that the official release dates were massaged in the early 1990's to bring them more in line with the indisputable U.S. Government copyright dates, thus protecting the Walt Disney Company copyright of Mickey Mouse and other characters from this cartoon, as well as the cartoon itself.

This is the first cartoon in which Mickey is seen wearing his now-famous white gloves. This film also marks the first appearance of Kat Nipp.

Traditional, Hand-drawn Animation.

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Now this is good. We not only have Ub highlighting all his understanding of synching music with action, but a real showcase of Carl Stallings inate ability at composing. The shifts between not only songs, but musical styles he obviously would have honed...  (read more)

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