The sole gag cartoon is Maestro Minnie in "Hungarian Rhapsody #6". She is set on playing a classical piece, but the instruments are trying for a more different tempo. After that, in "How To... See full summary »
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Mickey Mouse (voice)
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Goofy / Pluto (voice)
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Himself - Narrator (voice)
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Pluto Angel (voice)
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Pluto Devil (voice)
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Clarabelle Cow (voice)
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The sole gag cartoon is Maestro Minnie in "Hungarian Rhapsody #6". She is set on playing a classical piece, but the instruments are trying for a more different tempo. After that, in "How To Be a Spy", a nervous Goofy suspects neighbors are up to no good and orders by mail a spy kit to learn the art of spying. Next, the Silly Symphony "Donald's Valentine Dollar" is shown, in which Donald can only afford a single dollar's worth of candy for Daisy as her Valentine's Day gift. But a gust of wind blows the dollar out of Donald's hand and leads him on a merry chase through a park. Finally, in "Pluto's Kittens", in a plot similar to "Lend a Paw" before it, Pluto saves a trio of kittens from stormy weather and tries to hide them from Mickey. Written by Anonymous

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29 May 1999 (USA)  »

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Pluto's Kittens

I watched "Pluto's Kittens" on ToonTube and YouTube. My favorite parts are Pluto's Angel and Pluto's Devil in the appears from "Lend a Paw" because they are very good. In fact, I wish I want the DVD released in January 13, 2016. I need a special DVD was "Mickey's Pal Pluto", "Mickey's Elephant", "Lend a Paw", and the episode from "Disneyland" on episodes: "A Story of Dogs", "Pluto's Day", and "The Coyote's Lament" is my favorite part with hosted by Walt Disney. The DVD release for the day after the year, besides, I always take care of it. And I know it's good. Pluto's Devil is looking better than red, instead of green. That's my problem. But, maybe, I always found the way back or should I thought? Well, anyway, Pluto's Devil is the only Pluto's evil conscience. Thanks for everything.


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