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Puppy Love (1933)

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Mickey's in trouble when Pluto and Fifi eat Minnie's chocolates.

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Mickey's in trouble when Pluto and Fifi eat Minnie's chocolates.

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Cute...
29 April 2012 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

Mickey and Pluto are heading over to Minnie's house. There, Pluto meets up with Minnie's dog and it's obvious that they are in love. Mickey gives Minnie a box of chocolates and they spend some time singing. However, when they stop to have some chocolates, they find the box is filled with a bone--not candy. Minnie thinks that Mickey did this on purpose and throws him out of the house. Only later does she realize that it was the dogs who did this and she apologizes.

All in all, a rather enjoyable short even if it was a bit short on plot. Oddly, while you see Minnie's dog (which looks a bit from the late Disney film "Lady and the Tramp") in a few early shorts, it disappears altogether and isn't seen again in the films. Poor Pluto! colorized


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