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Mickey Steps Out (1931)

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Mickey heads over to see Minnie, but Pluto won't leave him alone. He gets there and watches through the window, standing on Pluto, while Minnie plays piano. Pluto runs off to chase a cat ... See full summary »

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Mickey heads over to see Minnie, but Pluto won't leave him alone. He gets there and watches through the window, standing on Pluto, while Minnie plays piano. Pluto runs off to chase a cat and leaves Mickey stuck in the window. Minnie has him in, and he dances to her playing. Pluto chases the cat into the house and causes havoc. The chase leads into the piano, where Pluto picks up the player-piano roll as an extended tail, and the destruction continues. Written by Jon Reeves <jreeves@imdb.com>

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22 June 1931 (USA)  »

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Mickey tiene una cita  »

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Very well done
10 June 2012 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I always enjoy Disney and Mickey Mouse. While not one of the standouts of Mickey's cartoons for me, it is still an interesting and very enjoyable cartoon. The animation has been better elsewhere with not much leaping out as standouts, apart from the sequence involving Mickey's Just Hanging Around joke, however it is clean and smooth. The music is a big part of Mickey Steps Out, with a great amount of rhythm and energy, particularly when Mickey makes music out of walking, tripping and jumping along the path. The story is crisply paced and always entertaining with a wonderfully chaotic ending(plus interestingly Mickey shaves), but in terms of structure somewhat all-over-the-place with the constant switches from broad physical comedy to musical numbers. The comedy, coming mostly from Pluto, is very funny, and while Mickey and Minnie are likable and not too sidelined Pluto is the star, carrying the comedy and the main thrust of the story very well. All in all, a very well done cartoon, not Disney's very best or among their best but I recommend it with no hesitation. 8/10 Bethany Cox


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