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The Whoopee Party (1932)

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A house party. While Minnie plays piano and the guests dance, Mickey, Goofy, and Horace prepare a snack, which is brought out to much fanfare and immediately devoured. A band forms and ... See full summary »

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A house party. While Minnie plays piano and the guests dance, Mickey, Goofy, and Horace prepare a snack, which is brought out to much fanfare and immediately devoured. A band forms and plays Scott Joplin's The Entertainer; Mickey dances with Patricia Pig and various inanimate objects also dance, while all cry "Whoopee!" from time to time. The police come to break up the party. Written by Jon Reeves <jreeves@imdb.com>

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17 September 1932 (USA)  »

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Håll takten spelemän  »

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When the band makes its second appearance, the two musicians in the upper right are missing, but then magically appear a few frames into the scene. See more »

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Edited into The Mickey Mouse Anniversary Show (1968) See more »

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Sweet Rosie O'Grady
by Maude Nugent
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Tight budget
14 December 2002 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

Walt Disney was having some problems getting paid by his distributor in this period. Eventually he would leave United Artists and settle in for the next twenty years at RKO. In the meantime, however, he would cut corners on his movies by having a lot of repetitive movements in some of his shorts. Here he tries to make use of the fact that many musical phrases repeat and that the supporting action could logically repeat. Still, the sharp-eyed viewer will notice it.

In the midst of this, Pinto Colvig's voicing of the early Goofy (who had been introduced, in slightly different form in MICKEY'S REVUE the previous year) is a welcome touch. His manic laugh never quite repeats itself and adds a touch of novelty to every shot.


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