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The princess violin from the sleepy Land of Symphony is chased by a more lively alto saxophone from the Isle of Jazz. Soon the queen (a viola) discovers them and locks the sax in the metronome.
|2||Oscar's Orchestra (2002 TV series)||7.4/10||21|
Stagehand Donald Duck secretly puts on Mickey's sorcerer's hat and conducts an anthropomorphic symphony orchestra...
Jasper in a Jam
Jasper, a young black boy, gets trapped inside a pawnshop at midnight. All the musical instruments come to life and play jazz, but a war-whooping, jazz-hating wooden Indian self-animates as well.
Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck, with the help of Goofy the iceman, try to move out before the sheriff can sell off their furniture.
Sparky's Magic Piano
A boy makes friends with a piano, and turns into a virtuoso. But he gradually becomes arrogant and the piano decides to teach him a lesson.
Betty Boop's Crazy Inventions
In a circus tent, Betty, Bimbo and Koko demonstrate some gadgets reminiscent of TV ads; an animated sewing machine gets out of hand.
Mickey's Gala Premier
A host of movie stars show up for the premiere of Mickey and Minnie's newest cartoon.
Betty Boop (with dog's ears) can't sleep on a scary night, so she sings the title song and meets the gentleman in question...
The Whoopee Party
A house party. While Minnie plays piano and the guests dance, Mickey, Goofy, and Horace prepare a snack...
|11||Jack and the Beanstalk (1933 short)||"||75|
|12||Make Mine Music (1946)||6.5/10||1,518|
|13||The Birthday Party (1931 short)||6.4/10||198|
|14||Two for the Record (1954 short)||6.3/10||39|
|15||After You've Gone (1946 short)||"||83|
|16||Mickey's Follies (1929 short)||6.2/10||192|
|17||Musica-Lulu (1947 short)||6.0/10||24|
|18||Goofy Goat Antics (1933 short)||5.6/10||38|
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