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The Hot Choc-Late Soldiers

The Hot Choc-Late Soldiers (1934) Theatrical Cartoon The Hot Choc-Late Soldiers

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  • Walt Disney Pictures
  • Animated Characters: Mickey Mouse, Hot Chocolate Soldiers, Pastry Soldiers.
  • Live-Action Characters: Jimmy Durante, Partygoers.
  • Originally Released in 1934.
  • Running Time: 7:00 minutes.
  • Black & White, Color
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

Cartoon Production Information:

The bit with Jimmy Durante (and the rest of the feature film) is in black and white, but the cartoon interlude of the Hot Chocolate Soldiers is in full color.

The lead-in to the cartoon takes place when a party guest screams that a mouse is loose at the party. Durante catches him by the tail. Mickey then introduces an added feature, the cartoon.

Mickey Mouse's animated debut in a feature film. (A statuette of Mickey appeared in a candy store in the live-action 1931 German movie "M.")

This segment was long eliminated from the main feature upon the latter's reissue to television.

Traditional, Hand-drawn Animation.

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