Mickey and an early version of Donald Duck are police officers chasing dognapper Pegleg Pete. Despite their bumbling, they manage to repeatedly get the drop on Pete at his sawmill hideout, ... See full summary »
Mickey is looking after the orphans. He tells them the story of Gulliver (with Mickey in that role) in Lilliput, though without the satire and bawdy bits. The story ends with Mickey fighting a giant spider, about twice his size.
Mickey dreams of marrying Minnie and having about 20 children. For all the possible joys of children, a brood this size turns the dream into a nightmare, especially when they get into the open cans of paint strewn about the house.
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 »
Mickey is driving a taxi. His first fare is a very large gentleman. Mickey stops traffic and gets a tongue-lashing from the officer. The cab runs into some bad road, bounces the fare down ... See full summary »
The gang is sitting around their campsite when a mosquito spoils their fun. And then he gets hundreds of his friends and they really cause trouble. Horace squirts some with molasses, which helps a bit. Everyone retreats to the tent, where they still get stung but can fight back a bit, eventually trapping all the mosquitoes in a pair of bloomers and sending them on their way. Written by
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Mickey, Minnie, Horace Horsecollar and Clarabelle Cow are on a camp-out and found themselves doing battle with a horde of invading mosquitoes. The high-pitch noise of the flying pests is enough to make anyone shiver, and you feel for our heroes when they get bitten by them.
There are plenty of humor and comic relief, from Mickey accidentally ruining Horace's cake to Clarabelle putting clips on the mosquitoes' noses. The tactics Mickey, Minnie, Horace and Clarabelle use against the bugs were entertaining to watch and, just when you think the antagonists make the best out of the characters (like in many other cartoon shorts), our heroes actually got the upper hand!
Great and funny stuff here - one of the best Disney cartoons!
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