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Mickey and Pluto go hunting for quail. Pluto scares away the first ones they see; Mickey scolds him, then relents. He shows Pluto how to be a pointer, and they set off after another quail,... See more »

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Mickey Mouse (uncredited) (voice)
Lee Millar ...
Pluto (uncredited) (voice)

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Clyde Geronimi ... (uncredited)

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Walt Disney ... producer (uncredited)

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Paul J. Smith ... (uncredited)

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David Hand ... executive in charge of production (uncredited)

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Preston Blair ... animator (uncredited)
Shamus Culhane ... animator (uncredited)
Norman Ferguson ... animator (uncredited)
George Goepper ... assistant animator (uncredited)
David Hilberman ... layout artist (uncredited)
Ollie Johnston ... animator: "Mickey looking for Bear" (uncredited)
Lynn Karp ... animator (uncredited)
John Lounsbery ... animator (uncredited)
Joshua Meador ... animator (uncredited)
Art Moore ... animator (uncredited)
Fred Moore ... animator (uncredited)
Lester Novros ... animator (uncredited)
Art Palmer ... effects animator (uncredited)
Claude Smith ... animator (uncredited)
Frank Thomas ... animator: "Mickey" and "Bear" (uncredited)

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Walt Disney ... model: Mickey Mouse (uncredited)

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Plot Summary

Mickey and Pluto go hunting for quail. Pluto scares away the first ones they see; Mickey scolds him, then relents. He shows Pluto how to be a pointer, and they set off after another quail, but Mickey accidentally jumps on a bear's nose, and thinks it's Pluto. Meanwhile, Pluto finds the quail and points. The babies climb on board and start picking at his hairs, but Pluto's been told not to move. Mickey finally comes across Pluto, who by now is covered by small animals, and realizes he's being followed by a bear. Mickey tries to reason with the bear, and backs off a cliff, onto Pluto. Written by Jon Reeves

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Also Known As
  • Chien d'arrêt (France)
  • Pluto der Jagdhund (Germany)
  • Plutos Jagdinstinkt (Germany)
  • El pointer (Spain)
  • Musse Pigg på jakt (Sweden)
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  • 9 min
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Trivia First cartoon in which Mickey Mouse has eyes with pupils. The new design was made for The Sorcerer's Apprentice, which was produced first but shelved for inclusion in Fantasia (1940). Also features shading on Mickey's cheeks and Pluto's body, additions too expensive to use again. See more »
Movie Connections Edited into The Disneyland Story (1954). See more »
Quotes Mickey Mouse: [finding out it's a bear behind him and not Pluto] Oh-oh-oh-oh! I-I-It's you. Oh, heh-heh, I mean, it is you, ain't it? I-I mean, isn't it? Heh-heh, heh. I thought you were Pluto, but you're not Pluto. You're you, huh? Huh? Well, I'm, uh, Mickey Mouse. You know? Mickey Mouse? I hope you've heard of me, I hope.
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