History WesternAnimation / ClassicDisneyShorts

16th May '17 6:44:16 PM nombretomado
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Back in the 1920s, during the late years of UsefulNotes/TheSilentAgeOfAnimation, an animator named Creator/WaltDisney was starting up a new animation studio after he got in a dispute with Universal over a character of his, WesternAnimation/OswaldTheLuckyRabbit. Disney, along with fellow animator UbIwerks, needed to come up with some new character ideas. Finally, he settled on one - a little mouse named Mickey.

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Back in the 1920s, during the late years of UsefulNotes/TheSilentAgeOfAnimation, an animator named Creator/WaltDisney was starting up a new animation studio after he got in a dispute with Universal over a character of his, WesternAnimation/OswaldTheLuckyRabbit. Disney, along with fellow animator UbIwerks, Creator/UbIwerks, needed to come up with some new character ideas. Finally, he settled on one - a little mouse named Mickey.



* '''The Adventures of Oswald The Lucky Rabbit''': Made to celebrate the big comeback of WesternAnimation/OswaldTheLuckyRabbit to Disney, this DVD compiles 13 of the 15 existing (of 26) Disney made Oswald cartoons[[note]]Two more were found to exist after the collection was released; "Poor Papa" and "Hungry Hoboes", but they weren't found in time[[/note]], with some pencil tests for another lost short (Sagebrush Sadie) and some other misc. extras as well. This collection also includes the first two Mickey Mouse cartoons (Plane Crazy, Steamboat Willie) three of the Pre-Oswald "AliceComedies" live action/animation shorts, WesternAnimation/TheSkeletonDance, and a whole documentary on UbIwerks.

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* '''The Adventures of Oswald The Lucky Rabbit''': Made to celebrate the big comeback of WesternAnimation/OswaldTheLuckyRabbit to Disney, this DVD compiles 13 of the 15 existing (of 26) Disney made Oswald cartoons[[note]]Two more were found to exist after the collection was released; "Poor Papa" and "Hungry Hoboes", but they weren't found in time[[/note]], with some pencil tests for another lost short (Sagebrush Sadie) and some other misc. extras as well. This collection also includes the first two Mickey Mouse cartoons (Plane Crazy, Steamboat Willie) three of the Pre-Oswald "AliceComedies" live action/animation shorts, WesternAnimation/TheSkeletonDance, and a whole documentary on UbIwerks.Creator/UbIwerks.
26th Apr '17 12:37:48 PM SwampAdder
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31st Mar '17 7:44:24 PM nombretomado
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Back in the 1920s, during the late years of UsefulNotes/TheSilentAgeOfAnimation, an animator named WaltDisney was starting up a new animation studio after he got in a dispute with Universal over a character of his, OswaldTheLuckyRabbit. Disney, along with fellow animator UbIwerks, needed to come up with some new character ideas. Finally, he settled on one - a little mouse named Mickey.

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Back in the 1920s, during the late years of UsefulNotes/TheSilentAgeOfAnimation, an animator named WaltDisney Creator/WaltDisney was starting up a new animation studio after he got in a dispute with Universal over a character of his, OswaldTheLuckyRabbit.WesternAnimation/OswaldTheLuckyRabbit. Disney, along with fellow animator UbIwerks, needed to come up with some new character ideas. Finally, he settled on one - a little mouse named Mickey.



* '''The Adventures of Oswald The Lucky Rabbit''': Made to celebrate the big comeback of OswaldTheLuckyRabbit to Disney, this DVD compiles 13 of the 15 existing (of 26) Disney made Oswald cartoons[[note]]Two more were found to exist after the collection was released; "Poor Papa" and "Hungry Hoboes", but they weren't found in time[[/note]], with some pencil tests for another lost short (Sagebrush Sadie) and some other misc. extras as well. This collection also includes the first two Mickey Mouse cartoons (Plane Crazy, Steamboat Willie) three of the Pre-Oswald "AliceComedies" live action/animation shorts, WesternAnimation/TheSkeletonDance, and a whole documentary on UbIwerks.

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* '''The Adventures of Oswald The Lucky Rabbit''': Made to celebrate the big comeback of OswaldTheLuckyRabbit WesternAnimation/OswaldTheLuckyRabbit to Disney, this DVD compiles 13 of the 15 existing (of 26) Disney made Oswald cartoons[[note]]Two more were found to exist after the collection was released; "Poor Papa" and "Hungry Hoboes", but they weren't found in time[[/note]], with some pencil tests for another lost short (Sagebrush Sadie) and some other misc. extras as well. This collection also includes the first two Mickey Mouse cartoons (Plane Crazy, Steamboat Willie) three of the Pre-Oswald "AliceComedies" live action/animation shorts, WesternAnimation/TheSkeletonDance, and a whole documentary on UbIwerks.
28th Mar '17 1:08:29 PM davah301
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* IronicNickname: Donald in ''Officer Duck'' gets the order to bring in Tiny Tom, who turns out to be Pete (who towers over Donald).
25th Mar '17 2:03:15 PM HarpieSiren
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** Horace Horsecollar & Clarabelle Cow

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** Horace Horsecollar & Clarabelle Cow (Though Clarabelle has also been used as a love interest for Goofy, when needed)



* {{Tsundere}}: Arguably, Daisy.

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* {{Tsundere}}: Arguably, Daisy. Her personality is largely malleable, but the one constant is that she's usually sweet, but also has a temper rivals Donald's
11th Mar '17 4:55:37 PM nombretomado
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** In the short "Pluto's Sweater," MinnieMouse forces Pluto to wear [[HomeMadeSweaterFromHell a hideously-fuchsia sweater]]. At the end, after Pluto manages to get it shrunk, she forces Figaro to wear it.

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** In the short "Pluto's Sweater," MinnieMouse WesternAnimation/MinnieMouse forces Pluto to wear [[HomeMadeSweaterFromHell a hideously-fuchsia sweater]]. At the end, after Pluto manages to get it shrunk, she forces Figaro to wear it.
5th Mar '17 7:49:13 AM CaptainTedium
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* CelibateHero: Walt himself once said when asked about it that Mickey does not have a sex life. However, ''WesternAnimation/MickeyMouse2013'' later contradicted this claim in the short "[[Recap/MickeyMouseS1E17ThirdWheel Third Wheel]]", where the ending implied that Mickey and Minnie [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar made love]] [[SexyDiscretionShot inside Goofy's stomach]].

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* CelibateHero: ChastityCouple: Walt himself once said when asked about it that Mickey does not have a sex life. However, ''WesternAnimation/MickeyMouse2013'' later contradicted this claim in the short "[[Recap/MickeyMouseS1E17ThirdWheel Third Wheel]]", where the ending implied that Mickey and Minnie [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar made love]] [[SexyDiscretionShot inside Goofy's stomach]].
21st Feb '17 3:04:55 PM HarpieSiren
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* AnthropomorphicShift: The 1929 cartoon ''When the Cat's Away'' depicts Mickey and Minnie as ''actual'' mice, squeaking and all (well, sort of).

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The 1929 cartoon ''When the Cat's Away'' depicts Mickey and Minnie as ''actual'' mice, squeaking and all (well, sort of).of).
** Horace and Clarabelle started out as four-legged {{Talking Animal}}s and became {{Funny Animal}}s over the space of several cartoons.



* FurryConfusion: Horace and Clarabelle started out as four-legged {{Talking Animal}}s and became {{Funny Animal}}s over the space of several cartoons. Pluto is usually a relatively realistic dog, but did say a few words in a few early appearances.
** And then there's the ever-complicated issue of Goofy, which comes from determining what Goofy (anthropomorphic man-dog whose is treated like a human) is in relation to Pluto (non-anthropomorphic dog, who's treated like a dog), whom he is occasionally shown to interact with. While it's possible that anthropomorphic and non-anthropomorphic dogs may simply exist side by side in the Disneyverse, it still has odd connotations (imagine if some humans were kept as pets, and treated as such, alongside seemingly similar humans).

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* FurryConfusion: Horace and Clarabelle started out as four-legged {{Talking Animal}}s and became {{Funny Animal}}s over the space of several cartoons. Pluto is usually a relatively realistic dog, but did say a few words in a few early appearances.
** And then there's the
The ever-complicated issue of Goofy, which comes from determining what Goofy (anthropomorphic man-dog whose is treated like a human) is in relation to Pluto (non-anthropomorphic dog, who's treated like a dog), whom he is occasionally shown to interact with. While it's possible This is a consequence of how these characters were created. The ensemble cast we ended up with happened basically on accident, and internal logic wasn't something that anthropomorphic mattered in those old shorts. One short needed a dog, thus Pluto was made, another needed a heckler, so Goofy, then Dippy Dawg,was made. Both characters ended up becoming popular and non-anthropomorphic dogs may simply exist side by side in the Disneyverse, it still has odd connotations (imagine if some humans were kept as pets, and treated as such, alongside seemingly similar humans).became a part of Mickey's supporting cast
30th Jan '17 9:45:48 AM jamespolk
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* ''WesternAnimation/LendAPaw'' (1941)
27th Jan '17 9:13:10 AM Morgenthaler
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* LandOfTulipsAndWindmills: The short "In Dutch", with WesternAnimation/PlutoThePup delivering milk in a typical Dutch town and trying to stop a dike leak.
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