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* XtraKoolLetterz: Titles like "Thru the Mirror" are examples of the use of this.

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* XtraKoolLetterz: XtremeKoolLetterz: Titles like "Thru the Mirror" are examples of the use of this.
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* AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal:
** Pluto and Clara Cluck only wear a dog collar and a hat and shawl, respectively.

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* AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal:
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AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal: Pluto and Clara Cluck only wear a dog collar and a hat and shawl, respectively.



%%* AccidentalHero: Goofy in ''Two-Gun Goofy''.
%%* AccordionMan: ''The Cactus Kid'' (1930) for one.
%%* AcmeProducts: Only, in this case, it would be Ajax Products.
%%* AlertnessBlink: Possibly the [[TropeMakers progenitor]] of this trope.
%%* AllOfTheOtherReindeer: ''Elmer Elephant''
%%* AlliterativeName: Nearly everyone.
%%* AmusingInjuries: Used most frequently in the Goofy shorts.

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%%* * AccidentalHero: Goofy in ''Two-Gun Goofy''.
%%* * AccordionMan: ''The Cactus Kid'' (1930) for one.
%%* * AcmeProducts: Only, in this case, it would be Ajax Products.
%%* * AlertnessBlink: Possibly the [[TropeMakers progenitor]] of this trope.
%%* * AllOfTheOtherReindeer: ''Elmer Elephant''
%%* * AlliterativeName: Nearly everyone.
%%* * AmusingInjuries: Used most frequently in the Goofy shorts.



%%* {{Angrish}}: Donald, ''in spades''.

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%%* * {{Angrish}}: Donald, ''in spades''.



%%* AppleOfDiscord: Used by Donald against Chip and Dale in "Toy Tinkers."

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%%* * AppleOfDiscord: Used by Donald against Chip and Dale in "Toy Tinkers."



* ArtShift:
** ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xl0AiuiqP-E The Nifty Nineties]]'' (which was a throwback to TheGayNineties, as in the ''18''90s) had Mickey and Minnie go to a vaudeville theater and watch a non-animated slideshow done in the sketchy style of John Held, a RoaringTwenties illustrator who also liked to send up TheGayNineties.

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* ArtShift:
**
ArtShift: ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xl0AiuiqP-E The Nifty Nineties]]'' (which was a throwback to TheGayNineties, as in the ''18''90s) had Mickey and Minnie go to a vaudeville theater and watch a non-animated slideshow done in the sketchy style of John Held, a RoaringTwenties illustrator who also liked to send up TheGayNineties.



** Donald and his nephews are given a similar treatment in a similar commercial, this one for [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BklXn2w6zKc the Hudson AMC]].
%%* AsideGlance: Goofy is a frequent offender, but none of the other characters are completely innocent, either.
%%* AttackOfThe50FootWhatever: The classic Mickey Mouse short ''Disney/TheBraveLittleTailor''.
%%** And earlier, there was the black and white cartoon ''Giantland.''
%%* AuthorAvatar: Mickey, for Walt Disney.

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** *** Donald and his nephews are given a similar treatment in a similar commercial, this one for [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BklXn2w6zKc the Hudson AMC]].
%%* * AsideGlance: Goofy is a frequent offender, but none of the other characters are completely innocent, either.
%%* * AttackOfThe50FootWhatever: The classic Mickey Mouse short ''Disney/TheBraveLittleTailor''.
%%** ** And earlier, there was the black and white cartoon ''Giantland.''
%%* * AuthorAvatar: Mickey, for Walt Disney.



%%* TheBadGuyWins: [[spoiler: ''Chicken Little''.]]
%%* BeachEpisode: ''The Beach Party'', ''Hawaiian Holiday'', ''Beach Picnic'', ''Pluto's Playmate'', part of ''How to Swim'', and ''Bee at the Beach''.
* BearsAreBadNews:
** This is how Donald certainly feels about Humphrey the bear. The latter is actually just trying to hide from Donald, who has hired the cabin that Humphrey appropriated for his winter sleep.

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%%* * TheBadGuyWins: [[spoiler: ''Chicken Little''.]]
%%* * BeachEpisode: ''The Beach Party'', ''Hawaiian Holiday'', ''Beach Picnic'', ''Pluto's Playmate'', part of ''How to Swim'', and ''Bee at the Beach''.
* BearsAreBadNews:
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BearsAreBadNews: This is how Donald certainly feels about Humphrey the bear. The latter is actually just trying to hide from Donald, who has hired the cabin that Humphrey appropriated for his winter sleep.



%%* BewareTheNiceOnes: The orphans from "Orphan's Picnic" and "Orphan's Benefit".
%%** The Angel from "Donald's Better Half."
%%** Even Goofy gets like this when his pet grasshopper, Wilbur, is threatened.
%%* BigFriendlyDog: Pluto and Bolivar the St. Bernard (in ''Alpine Climbers'' and the Donald Duck comic strips/books)
%%* BizarreAndImprobableGolfGame: The Goofy short ''How To Play Golf''.

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%%* * BewareTheNiceOnes: The orphans from "Orphan's Picnic" and "Orphan's Benefit".
%%** ** The Angel from "Donald's Better Half."
%%** ** Even Goofy gets like this when his pet grasshopper, Wilbur, is threatened.
%%* * BigFriendlyDog: Pluto and Bolivar the St. Bernard (in ''Alpine Climbers'' and the Donald Duck comic strips/books)
%%* * BizarreAndImprobableGolfGame: The Goofy short ''How To Play Golf''.



* ABloodyMess: Done in a ''WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck'' short, where he and the nephews go camping. Donald puts ketchup on himself to get his nephews thinking he's severely injured. [[GoneHorriblyRight Unfortunately for him, it works a little too well, as he gets bandaged up from head to toe like a mummy]], as is typical of those shorts. Sixty years later, they pull the same trick on him in a ''Mickey Mouseworks'' short. It ''almost'' works.
%%* BoisterousBruiser: Donald.
%%* BoltOfDivineRetribution: ''Trombone Trouble''.
* BoxingKangaroo:
** "Mickey's Kangaroo", the very last black-and-white Mickey short, has Mickey training the kangaroo in question, a nonhumanized kangaroo named Hoppy, to be a boxer. It gets hilarious once the kangaroo really gets into the role and starts punching Mickey's face several times per second, while Mickey's still as [[ThePollyanna happy-go-lucky]] as ever, even after being delivered so many blows from the kangaroo that he is seeing stars. This short later served as the inspiration for a Sunday comic, in which Mickey pits Hoppy against a KillerGorilla named Growlio, owned by Pete. Along the way, Hoppy wastes no opportunity along the way to pound luckless assistant trainer Horace Horsecollar into the ground.

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* ABloodyMess: Done in a ''WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck'' short, where he and the nephews go camping. Donald puts ketchup on himself to get his nephews thinking he's severely injured. [[GoneHorriblyRight Unfortunately for him, it works a little too well, as he gets bandaged up from head to toe like a mummy]], as is typical of those shorts. shorts.
**
Sixty years later, they pull the same trick on him in a ''Mickey Mouseworks'' short. It ''almost'' works.
%%* * BoisterousBruiser: Donald.
%%* * BoltOfDivineRetribution: ''Trombone Trouble''.
* BoxingKangaroo:
**
BoxingKangaroo: "Mickey's Kangaroo", the very last black-and-white Mickey short, has Mickey training the kangaroo in question, a nonhumanized kangaroo named Hoppy, to be a boxer. It gets hilarious once the kangaroo really gets into the role and starts punching Mickey's face several times per second, while Mickey's still as [[ThePollyanna happy-go-lucky]] as ever, even after being delivered so many blows from the kangaroo that he is seeing stars. This short later served as the inspiration for a Sunday comic, in which Mickey pits Hoppy against a KillerGorilla named Growlio, owned by Pete. Along the way, Hoppy wastes no opportunity along the way to pound luckless assistant trainer Horace Horsecollar into the ground.



%%* BrattyHalfPint: The pig kid from "Mickey's Good Deed".
%%** And the majority of Goofy's class in "Teachers Are People".

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%%* * BrattyHalfPint: The pig kid from "Mickey's Good Deed".
%%** ** And the majority of Goofy's class in "Teachers Are People".



%%* BulletSeed
* BumblingDad:
** Played straight with Goofy in the '50s cartoons where he plays a suburban dad named George Geef. A perfect example is "Father's Day Off", in which Goofy, as Geef, is [[ADayInHerApron woefully unprepared to take on the responsibilities of running the house in his wife's absence]].

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%%* * BulletSeed
* BumblingDad:
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BumblingDad: Played straight with Goofy in the '50s cartoons where he plays a suburban dad named George Geef. A perfect example is "Father's Day Off", in which Goofy, as Geef, is [[ADayInHerApron woefully unprepared to take on the responsibilities of running the house in his wife's absence]].



%%* ByTheLightsOfTheirEyes

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%%* * ByTheLightsOfTheirEyes



%%* CartoonConductor
* CartoonyTail:
** Daisy Duck, a female duck, has curled tail feathers, a trait exclusive to male ducks.

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%%* * CartoonConductor
* CartoonyTail:
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CartoonyTail: Daisy Duck, a female duck, has curled tail feathers, a trait exclusive to male ducks.



%%* CatsAreMean: Pete.
%%** To an extent, Figaro (in the shorts, he was typically shown as a foil for Pluto), even if he doesn't excel much past a BrattyHalfPint.

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%%* *** WesternAnimation/ChipAndDale have short tails that end in a point, sort of like deer tails. In RealLife, it's the female chipmunks that have short tails.
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CatsAreMean: Pete.
%%** ** To an extent, Figaro (in the shorts, he was typically shown as a foil for Pluto), even if he doesn't excel much past a BrattyHalfPint.



* ChekhovsGun:
** As soon as you find out Minnie's car horn sets Mickey's Mechanical Man off, you just know it's going to get used in its boxing match against the Congo Killer in the 1933 short ''Mickey's Mechanical Man''.
** Both the gas leak and Pete's lighting his cigars in the 1936 short ''Moving Day''. Put the two together and [[StuffBlowingUp stuff blows up]].
%%* ChekhovsVolcano: The volcano in the Goofy cartoon ''Hello Aloha''.
%%* TheChewToy: Donald and, to a lesser extent, Goofy.
%%* ChasteToons: It WAS the '40s...
%%** Subverted in that Goofy has a son in the '50s.
%%* ChronicallyCrashedCar: Any cars Donald and Goofy have happen to this.

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* ChekhovsGun:
**
ChekhovsGun: As soon as you find out Minnie's car horn sets Mickey's Mechanical Man off, you just know it's going to get used in its boxing match against the Congo Killer in the 1933 short ''Mickey's Mechanical Man''.
** Both Also, both the gas leak and Pete's lighting his cigars in the 1936 short ''Moving Day''. Put the two together and [[StuffBlowingUp stuff blows up]].
%%* * ChekhovsVolcano: The volcano in the Goofy cartoon ''Hello Aloha''.
%%* * TheChewToy: Donald and, to a lesser extent, Goofy.
%%* * ChasteToons: It WAS the '40s...
%%** ** Subverted in that Goofy has a son in the '50s.
%%* * ChronicallyCrashedCar: Any cars Donald and Goofy have happen to this.



%%* ColossusClimb: Mickey's patented way of taking down a giant (right before tripping them with a rope).
%%* ComedicUnderwearExposure: Happens a lot more often than you'd think (and the girls are not immune, either).
%%* ComicTrio: Mickey, Donald and Goofy.
%%* CommediaDellArteTroupe
%%* ColourCodedCharacters: Huey, Dewey, and Louie, as well as Mickey, Donald, and Goofy, are usually in red, blue, and green.
%%* CoveredInKisses: Occasionally, this happens to Mickey and Donald (thanks to Minnie and Daisy.)
%%* CranialEruption
%%* CrapsackWorld: Donald seems to live in one...
%%* CutAndPasteSuburb: Donald and Goofy often live in this kind of neighborhood.

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%%* * ColossusClimb: Mickey's patented way of taking down a giant (right before tripping them with a rope).
%%* * ComedicUnderwearExposure: Happens a lot more often than you'd think (and the girls are not immune, either).
%%* * ComicTrio: Mickey, Donald and Goofy.
%%* * CommediaDellArteTroupe
%%* * ColourCodedCharacters: Huey, Dewey, and Louie, as well as Mickey, Donald, and Goofy, are usually in red, blue, and green.
%%* * CoveredInKisses: Occasionally, this happens to Mickey and Donald (thanks to Minnie and Daisy.)
%%* * CranialEruption
%%* * CrapsackWorld: Donald seems to live in one...
%%* * CutAndPasteSuburb: Donald and Goofy often live in this kind of neighborhood.



* DarkerAndEdgier:
** The original shorts occasionally went this route during the '40s, [[EpilepticTrees perhaps]] [[FridgeBrilliance due to]] [[UsefulNotes/WorldWarII current events]] (and not just in the {{Wartime Cartoon}}s).

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* DarkerAndEdgier:
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DarkerAndEdgier: The original shorts occasionally went this route during the '40s, [[EpilepticTrees perhaps]] [[FridgeBrilliance due to]] [[UsefulNotes/WorldWarII current events]] (and not just in the {{Wartime Cartoon}}s).



* DependingOnTheWriter: Mickey and friends either live in the same neighborhood (shorts in the 1930s placed them in Hollywood, California), or in separate cities (Mouseton and Duckburg, shown as next to each other). The 1992 series ''Goof Troop'' moved Goofy out of Mouseton to Spoonerville, but this has been written out of canon in more modern material?where Mickey and Goofy once again live in the same neighborhood.

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* DependingOnTheWriter: Mickey and friends either live in the same neighborhood (shorts in the 1930s placed them in Hollywood, California), or in separate cities (Mouseton and Duckburg, shown as next to each other). other).
**
The 1992 series ''Goof Troop'' moved Goofy out of Mouseton to Spoonerville, but this has been written out of canon in more modern material?where Mickey and Goofy once again live in the same neighborhood.



%%* {{Dogfaces}}
%%* DrippingDisturbance: What happens to Donald in ''Drip Dippy Donald'', which takes this trope UpToEleven.
* DrivenToSuicide:
%%** Donald in ''The Old Army Game''

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%%* DistractedByTheSexy
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{{Dogfaces}}
%%* * DrippingDisturbance: What happens to Donald in ''Drip Dippy Donald'', which takes this trope UpToEleven.
* DrivenToSuicide:
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DrivenToSuicide: Donald in ''The Old Army Game''



* EdutainmentShow:
** Several Donald shorts of the mid-to-late '50s had an educational bend, one of the most notable being ''Donald in Mathmagicland'', in which Donald learns that "there's a lot more to mathematics than two times two."
** ''Scrooge [=McDuck=] and Money'', in which Scrooge gives lessons to his nephews on the history of currency and the capitalist economy.
%%* EraSpecificPersonality

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* EdutainmentShow:
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EdutainmentShow: Several Donald shorts of the mid-to-late '50s had an educational bend, one of the most notable being ''Donald in Mathmagicland'', in which Donald learns that "there's a lot more to mathematics than two times two."
** Also, ''Scrooge [=McDuck=] and Money'', in which Scrooge gives lessons to his nephews on the history of currency and the capitalist economy.
%%* * EraSpecificPersonality



%%* EverythingIsAnInstrument: A dominant trope in most of the early Mickey Mouse shorts.
%%* ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin: ''A lot'' of the names of the shorts.
%%* ExtremeOmniGoat

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%%* * EverythingIsAnInstrument: A dominant trope in most of the early Mickey Mouse shorts.
%%* * ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin: ''A lot'' of the names of the shorts.
%%* * ExtremeOmniGoat



%%* FiveManBand / ColorCodedCharacters
%%** TheHero: Mickey - [[ChromaticSuperiority Red]]
%%** TheLancer: Donald - Blue
%%** TheBigGuy: Goofy - Green (originally Orange)
%%** TheSmartGuy: Daisy, DependingOnTheWriter - Purple
%%** TheChick: Minnie - Pink, or Light Blue. Also associated with polka dot patterns.
%%** TeamPet - Pluto - Yellow
%%* FlyingBroomstick: ''Trick or Treat''

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%%* * FiveManBand / ColorCodedCharacters
%%** ** TheHero: Mickey - [[ChromaticSuperiority Red]]
%%** ** TheLancer: Donald - Blue
%%** ** TheBigGuy: Goofy - Green (originally Orange)
%%** ** TheSmartGuy: Daisy, DependingOnTheWriter - Purple
%%** ** TheChick: Minnie - Pink, or Light Blue. Also associated with polka dot patterns.
%%** ** TeamPet - Pluto - Yellow
%%* * FlyingBroomstick: ''Trick or Treat''



%%* FunnyAnimal: Nearly the entire cast.

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%%* * FunnyAnimal: Nearly the entire cast.



%%* GagBoobs: Clara Cluck, no doubt.

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%%* * GagBoobs: Clara Cluck, no doubt.



* GettingCrapPastTheRadar:
** Okay, how did ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y6dX-buqKDw this scene]]'' from ''Truant Officer Donald'' get past the Hays Office in 1941?

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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar:
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GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Okay, how did ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y6dX-buqKDw this scene]]'' from ''Truant Officer Donald'' get past the Hays Office in 1941?



%%* GhostInTheMachine: ''Reason and Emotion''
%%* GoKartingWithBowser: Pete's relationship with the gang varies.
%%* GoodAngelBadAngel: The entire premise of ''Donald's Better Self''.
%%** Pluto also had this in a few shorts, most notably ''Lend a Paw''.
%%* GoshDangItToHeck: Mickey and Donald both talk this way a lot.
%%* GossipyHens: [[VisualPun Literally used]] in "Cock O' The Walk" and "Chicken Little".
%%* GravityIsAHarshMistress

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%%* * GhostInTheMachine: ''Reason and Emotion''
%%* * GoKartingWithBowser: Pete's relationship with the gang varies.
%%* * GoodAngelBadAngel: The entire premise of ''Donald's Better Self''.
%%** ** Pluto also had this in a few shorts, most notably ''Lend a Paw''.
%%* * GoshDangItToHeck: Mickey and Donald both talk this way a lot.
%%* * GossipyHens: [[VisualPun Literally used]] in "Cock O' The Walk" and "Chicken Little".
%%* * GravityIsAHarshMistress



%%* GunsAkimbo: Mickey in "Two Gun Mickey."
%%* HairTriggerTemper: Donald Duck is famous for his.
%%* HalfDressedCartoonAnimal: Mickey, Donald, Daisy, and (occasionally) Minnie.
%%* HighPressureEmotion: Donald.

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%%* * GunsAkimbo: Mickey in "Two Gun Mickey."
%%* * HairTriggerTemper: Donald Duck is famous for his.
%%* * HalfDressedCartoonAnimal: Mickey, Donald, Daisy, and (occasionally) Minnie.
%%* * HighPressureEmotion: Donald.



* HumanlikeFootAnatomy:
** Donald Duck and other ducks have a plantigrade stance, as do Pluto, Butch, and other dogs and cats.

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* HumanlikeFootAnatomy:
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HumanlikeFootAnatomy: Donald Duck and other ducks have a plantigrade stance, as do Pluto, Butch, and other dogs and cats.



* IdeaBulb:
** Goofy gets one when trying to think of what to do about Mickey's birthday cake.

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* IdeaBulb:
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IdeaBulb: Goofy gets one when trying to think of what to do about Mickey's birthday cake.



%%* ImperialStormtrooperMarksmanshipAcademy: ''Commando Duck''
%%* InevitableWaterfall: ''Commando Duck''

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%%* * ImperialStormtrooperMarksmanshipAcademy: ''Commando Duck''
%%* * InevitableWaterfall: ''Commando Duck''



%%* JokerJury: ''Pluto's Judgement Day''
%%* KangarooCourt: Also ''Pluto's Judgement Day''
* KarmaHoudini:
** A handful of shorts feature the Orphans, a group of obnoxious, cruel mice that look like little Mickeys. Their constant harassment of Donald (and sometimes Mickey) never goes punished. This contributes to some fans' view of them as TheScrappy.

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%%* * JokerJury: ''Pluto's Judgement Day''
%%* * KangarooCourt: Also ''Pluto's Judgement Day''
* KarmaHoudini:
**
KarmaHoudini: A handful of shorts feature the Orphans, a group of obnoxious, cruel mice that look like little Mickeys. Their constant harassment of Donald (and sometimes Mickey) never goes punished. This contributes to some fans' view of them as TheScrappy.



* KidsAreCruel:
%%** ''Elmer Elephant''

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* KidsAreCruel:
%%**
KidsAreCruel: ''Elmer Elephant''



* KillerGorilla:
** Several of these gorillas appear in black-and-white Mickey shorts, such as ''The Gorilla Mystery'', ''Mickey's Mechanical Man'' and ''The Pet Store''.

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* KillerGorilla:
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KillerGorilla: Several of these gorillas appear in black-and-white Mickey shorts, such as ''The Gorilla Mystery'', ''Mickey's Mechanical Man'' and ''The Pet Store''.



%%* TheLastStraw
%%* LemonyNarrator: The narrator in Goofy's "How To" cartoons.
%%* LiteralAssKicking: Donald was often a victim of this.

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%%* * TheLastStraw
%%* * LemonyNarrator: The narrator in Goofy's "How To" cartoons.
%%* * LiteralAssKicking: Donald was often a victim of this.



%%* MickeyMousing: The {{Trope Namer|s}}.

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%%* * MickeyMousing: The {{Trope Namer|s}}.



%%* {{Narrator}} / InteractiveNarrator: An important element of the "How To" Goofy shorts.
%%* NiceMice: Mickey and Minnie, naturally.
%%* NightmareDreams: Cartoons like ''Mickey's Nightmare'', ''The Mad Doctor'', ''Pluto's Judgment Day'' and ''Donald's Diary''.
* NoFourthWall:
%%** Goofy seems to think so.

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%%* * {{Narrator}} / InteractiveNarrator: An important element of the "How To" Goofy shorts.
%%* * NiceMice: Mickey and Minnie, naturally.
%%* * NightmareDreams: Cartoons like ''Mickey's Nightmare'', ''The Mad Doctor'', ''Pluto's Judgment Day'' and ''Donald's Diary''.
* NoFourthWall:
%%**
NoFourthWall: Goofy seems to think so.



%%* NonMammalMammaries: Clara Cluck again.
%%* NotAllowedToGrowUp: Everybody but [[WesternAnimation/AGoofyMovie Max]] and P.J., apparently.

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%%* * NonMammalMammaries: Clara Cluck again.
%%* * NotAllowedToGrowUp: Everybody but [[WesternAnimation/AGoofyMovie Max]] and P.J., apparently.



%%** Mickey Mouse & Minnie Mouse
%%** Donald Duck & Daisy Duck

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%%** ** Mickey Mouse & Minnie Mouse
%%** ** Donald Duck & Daisy Duck



%%* PantyShot: Played for humor with Minnie.

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%%* * PantyShot: Played for humor with Minnie.



%%* RescueRomance: Plenty of it.
%%* SadistShow: Some of Donald's shorts fell into this.

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%%* * RescueRomance: Plenty of it.
%%* * SadistShow: Some of Donald's shorts fell into this.



%%* ScaryShadowFakeout

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%%* * ScaryShadowFakeout



* ShoutOut: The Donald short ''Duck Pimples'', is one to another Avery short, ''WesternAnimation/WhoKilledWho'', right down to the eerie organ music and the detective in both cartoons being voiced by Billy Bletcher.

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* ShoutOut: The ''[[WesternAnimation/ChipAndDale Two Chips and a Miss]]'' is one to Creator/TexAvery's ''WesternAnimation/RedHotRidingHood'', complete with the chipmunks temporarily turning into drooling wolves.
** Another one, the
Donald short ''Duck Pimples'', is one to another Avery short, ''WesternAnimation/WhoKilledWho'', right down to the eerie organ music and the detective in both cartoons being voiced by Billy Bletcher.



%%* {{Slapstick}}
%%* SlippingAMickey: Happens to Goofy in ''How To Be a Detective''.
%%* TheSmurfettePrinciple

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%%* * {{Slapstick}}
%%* * SlippingAMickey: Happens to Goofy in ''How To Be a Detective''.
%%* * TheSmurfettePrinciple



%%* StockFootage: A few of the {{Wartime Cartoon}}s
%%* StrappedToAnOperatingTable: ''WesternAnimation/TheMadDoctor''
%%* SuddenDownerEnding: [[spoiler: ''Chicken Little'']]

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%%* * StockFootage: A few of the {{Wartime Cartoon}}s
%%* * StrappedToAnOperatingTable: ''WesternAnimation/TheMadDoctor''
%%* * SuddenDownerEnding: [[spoiler: ''Chicken Little'']]



* ThroughAFaceFullOfFur:
** In "The Army Mascot", Pluto turns green after swallowing a plug of chewing tobacco. He tries to swallow the green away, but it just comes back up. He then turns other colors as well, including, yes, plaid. Even his tongue!

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* ThroughAFaceFullOfFur:
**
ThroughAFaceFullOfFur: In "The Army Mascot", Pluto turns green after swallowing a plug of chewing tobacco. He tries to swallow the green away, but it just comes back up. He then turns other colors as well, including, yes, plaid. Even his tongue!



* {{Tsundere}}: Daisy's personality is largely malleable, but the one constant is that she's usually sweet, but also has a temper that rivals Donald's. In ''Donald's Dilemma'', however, she acts more like a {{Yandere}}.
%%* TheTwelvePrinciplesOfAnimation: These cartoons played a big part in refining them.
%%* TypewriterEating: Present in ''The Beach Party'', ''Building a Building'', ''Mickey's Trailer'', ''Donald's Cousin Gus'' and ''Pueblo Pluto''.

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* {{Tsundere}}: Daisy's Daisy. Her personality is largely malleable, but the one constant is that she's usually sweet, but also has a temper that rivals Donald's. Donald's.
**
In ''Donald's Dilemma'', however, she acts more like a {{Yandere}}.
%%* * TheTwelvePrinciplesOfAnimation: These cartoons played a big part in refining them.
%%* * TypewriterEating: Present in ''The Beach Party'', ''Building a Building'', ''Mickey's Trailer'', ''Donald's Cousin Gus'' and ''Pueblo Pluto''.



* WartimeCartoon: Donald Duck had an entire suite of war shorts, from "Donald Gets Drafted" to "Commando Duck". Perhaps one of the most classic examples would be "Disney/DerFuehrersFace" (originally titled "Donald Duck in Nutzi Land").
%%* WeDoTheImpossible: In ''Disney/TheBraveLittleTailor.''

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* WartimeCartoon: Donald Duck had an entire suite of war shorts, from "Donald Gets Drafted" to "Commando Duck". Perhaps one of the most classic examples would be "Disney/DerFuehrersFace" (originally titled "Donald Duck in Nutzi Land").
%%* ** Donald Duck had an entire suite of war shorts, from "Donald Gets Drafted" to "Commando Duck".
*
WeDoTheImpossible: In ''Disney/TheBraveLittleTailor.''



%%* WhoIsDriving: ''Mickey's Trailer'' (1938)

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%%* * WhoIsDriving: ''Mickey's Trailer'' (1938)



%%* WickedWitch: Witch Hazel

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%%* * WickedWitch: Witch Hazel
3rd May '18 2:42:19 AM Morgenthaler
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* BearsAreBadNews: This is how Donald certainly feels about Humphrey.

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* BearsAreBadNews: BearsAreBadNews:
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This is how Donald certainly feels about Humphrey.Humphrey the bear. The latter is actually just trying to hide from Donald, who has hired the cabin that Humphrey appropriated for his winter sleep.
3rd May '18 2:27:30 AM Morgenthaler
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* AccessoryWearingCartoonAnimal: Pluto and Clara Cluck only wear a dog collar and a hat and shawl, respectively.

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Pluto and Clara Cluck only wear a dog collar and a hat and shawl, respectively.
3rd May '18 2:24:41 AM Morgenthaler
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* HumanlikeFootAnatomy: Donald Duck and other ducks have a plantigrade stance, as do Pluto, Butch, and other dogs and cats.

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Donald Duck and other ducks have a plantigrade stance, as do Pluto, Butch, and other dogs and cats.



* IdeaBulb: Goofy gets one when trying to think of what to do about Mickey's birthday cake.

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Goofy gets one when trying to think of what to do about Mickey's birthday cake.



* KidsAreCruel: ''Elmer Elephant''

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''Elmer Elephant''



* NoFourthWall: Goofy seems to think so.

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Goofy seems to think so.



* ThroughAFaceFullOfFur: In "The Army Mascot", Pluto turns green after swallowing a plug of chewing tobacco. He tries to swallow the green away, but it just comes back up. He then turns other colors as well, including, yes, plaid. Even his tongue!

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* ThroughAFaceFullOfFur: ThroughAFaceFullOfFur:
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In "The Army Mascot", Pluto turns green after swallowing a plug of chewing tobacco. He tries to swallow the green away, but it just comes back up. He then turns other colors as well, including, yes, plaid. Even his tongue!



* TypewriterEating: Present in ''The Beach Party'', ''Building a Building'', ''Mickey's Trailer'', ''Donald's Cousin Gus'' and ''Pueblo Pluto''.

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* %%* TypewriterEating: Present in ''The Beach Party'', ''Building a Building'', ''Mickey's Trailer'', ''Donald's Cousin Gus'' and ''Pueblo Pluto''.



* WartimeCartoon: Perhaps one of the most classic examples would be "Disney/DerFuehrersFace" (originally titled "Donald Duck in Nutzi Land").
** Donald Duck had an entire suite of war shorts, from "Donald Gets Drafted" to "Commando Duck".

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* WartimeCartoon: Donald Duck had an entire suite of war shorts, from "Donald Gets Drafted" to "Commando Duck". Perhaps one of the most classic examples would be "Disney/DerFuehrersFace" (originally titled "Donald Duck in Nutzi Land").
** Donald Duck had an entire suite of war shorts, from "Donald Gets Drafted" to "Commando Duck".
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3rd May '18 2:22:18 AM Morgenthaler
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* CharacterizationMarchesOn: Ever since ''VideoGame/EpicMickey'' came out, I should review the old Mickey Mouse shorts in preparation for it. Okay, here's Plane Crazy and...is he doing G-Rated Rape on Minnie?
3rd May '18 2:21:26 AM Morgenthaler
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* DarkerAndEdgier: The early concept art for the game ''VideoGame/EpicMickey'' show a ruined SteamPunk world filled with horrific chimeras created by a monstrous version of the Phantom Blot.

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* DarkerAndEdgier: The early concept art for the game ''VideoGame/EpicMickey'' show a ruined SteamPunk world filled with horrific chimeras created by a monstrous version of the Phantom Blot.DarkerAndEdgier:
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** Their cruel behavior won't go entirely unpunished though. Do you really think any of those little brats will get adopted? I can't see any parents lining up to adopt such mean-spirited kids, no matter how cute they are. Why do you think they're orphans?
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