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Squatter's RightsSquatter's Rights (1946) - Pluto Theatrical Cartoon Series by Dave Koch
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- Pluto Theatrical Cartoon SeriesTheatricalSeriesCartoon
- Traditional Animation
- Walt Disney Studios
- Distributed by: RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.
- Cartoon Characters: Mickey Mouse, Chip, Dale, Pluto.
- Voice Actors: Pinto Colvig, Jimmy Macdonald, Dessie Miller, Helen Silbert.
- Directed By Jack Hannah.
- Produced By Walt Disney.
- Animated By Hugh Fraser, Murray McClellan, Bob Carlson, Blaine Gibson, Rex Cox.
- Written By Harry Reeves, Rex Cox.
- Awards: Academy Award Nominee, Best Short Subject (Cartoon), 1947.
- Music: Oliver Wallace.
- Originally Released on June 07, 1946.
- Originally Released Theatrically.
- Running Time: 7:06 minutes.
- Production Number: 2317
Chip an' Dale take up residence in Mickey's stove while Pluto vainly attempts to chase them out.
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Pluto speaks in this short. When Mickey asks "You wanna build a fire, don't ya?" Pluto responds "Yeah!" The shot of Pluto sticking his nose in a rifle has been cut from T.V. prints The first cartoon in which James Macdonald voices Mickey, taking over... (more)
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1.It made no sense to censore the scenes with plutos nose stuck in... (read more)