->''"Kiss me."''
-->--One of two lines ever spoken by Pluto, from "The Moose Hunt".

-->--The second of two lines ever spoken by Pluto, from "Mickey Steps Out"--although it's technically a shout out to ''Film/TheJazzSinger''.

Pluto, also called Pluto the Pup, is an animated cartoon character from the Creator/WaltDisney cartoon studio, the loyal pet of WesternAnimation/MickeyMouse and, for a while, the star of his own series of short subjects during UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation. At one point, he even overshadowed the mouse in his own cartoons. He is notable for being one of the few recurring classic Disney animal characters who is not anthropomorphized.

He acted as a foil for WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck, WesternAnimation/{{Figaro}}, Butch the Bulldog, WesternAnimation/ChipAndDale, and sometimes Salty the Seal and Milton the cat. He also occasionally has a LoveInterest in the forms of Fifi the Pekingese in the 1930s and Dinah the dachshund in the 1940s and '50s. In some comic stories, he is also the official mascot for the [[ComicBook/DisneyDucksComicUniverse Junior Woodchucks.]]

For a full history of the character, go [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pluto_(Disney) here.]]

Oh yes, and don't confuse him with the former planet (even if the dwarf planet's "heart" ''looks'' [[https://twitter.com/Disney/status/621040374744752130 like him]]), [[Manga/AstroBoy that other Pluto]], [[Myth/ClassicalMythology the god also known as Hades]], and ''especially'' not that Manga/{{Pluto}}, much less [[Film/TheAdventuresOfPlutoNash Pluto Nash]]. And no, [[PlutoIsExpendable he is not expendable.]] (Though he sure is [[TheChewToy treated that way]].)


[[folder: Filmography]]


* The Chain Gang: Pluto's official debut.
* The Picnic: Pluto--er Rover appears here as Minnie's Pet.


* The Moose Hunt: Pluto's first appearance as Mickey's pet, and first one where he is officially named.
* Blue Rhythm (The cartoon where Pluto is portrayed as a FunnyAnimal)
* Mickey Steps Out
* Fishin' Around
* The Beach Party
* Mickey Cuts Up
* Mickey's Orphans


* The Duck Hunt
* The Grocery Boy
* The Mad Dog
* Barnyard Olympics
* Mickey's Revue
* Just Dogs: A WesternAnimation/SillySymphonies short where Pluto stars in his first role without Mickey.
* Mickey's Nightmare
* Trader Mickey
* The Wayward Canary
* The Klondike Kid
* Parade of the Award Nominees: Makes a cameo at the end.
* Mickey's Good Deed


* Building a Building
* WesternAnimation/TheMadDoctor
* Mickey's Pal Pluto
* Mickey's Gala Premiere
* Puppy Love


* Playful Pluto: Noteworthy for the famous "Flypaper Sequence".
* Mickey Plays Papa


* Mickey's Kangaroo
* Mickey's Garden
* ''Disney/PlutosJudgementDay'': One of the first Mickey cartoons where Pluto is given the major role, with Mickey only briefly appearing in it.
* On Ice


* Mickey's Polo Team (cameo)
* Mickey's Grand Opera
* Alpine Climbers
* Donald And Pluto
* Mickey's Elephant
* Mother Pluto: A WesternAnimation/SillySymphonies short centered around the pup.


* The Worm Turns
* Hawaiian Holiday
* Pluto's Quin-Puplets


* Mickey's Parrot


* Society Dog Show
* Mickey's Surprise Party
* Beach Picnic
* The Pointer


* Donald's Dog Laundry
* Bone Trouble: Pluto's first standalone short.
* Put-Put Troubles
* Pluto's Dream House
* Window Cleaners
* Mr. Mouse Takes A Trip
* Pantry Pirate


* Pluto's Playmate
* A Gentleman's Gentlemen
* Canine Caddy
* WesternAnimation/LendAPaw: A Mickey Mouse short with Pluto in a major role. Semi-remake of "Mickey's Pal Pluto". Won the 1942 UsefulNotes/AcademyAward, beating out the debut of [[Creator/FleischerStudios Max Fleischer's]] [[WesternAnimation/SupermanTheatricalCartoons Superman cartoons.]]


* Pluto Junior
* The Army Mascot
* The Sleep Walker
* T-Bone For Two
* Pluto At The Zoo


* Pluto And The Armadillo: Last WesternAnimation/{{Classic Disney Short|s}} featuring Mickey Mouse in his [[IconicOutfit iconic]] [[HalfDressedCartoonAnimal outfit]].
* Private Pluto: This short features two chipmunks who would later become WesternAnimation/ChipAndDale.
* Victory Vehicles


* Disney/SpringtimeForPluto
* First Aiders


* Dog Watch
* The Eyes Have It
* Canine Casanova
* The Legend of Coyote Rock
* Canine Patrol


* Pluto's Kid Brother
* In Dutch
* Squatter's Rights
* The Purloined Pup
* A Feather In His Collar (commercial short)


* Pluto's Housewarming
* Rescue Dog
* Mickey's Delayed Date
* Mail Dog
* Pluto's Blue Note


* Mickey Down Under
* Bone Bandit
* Pluto's Purchase
* Cat Nap Pluto
* Pluto's Fredgling
* Mickey and the Seal


* Pueblo Pluto
* Pluto's Surprise Package
* Pluto's Sweater
* Bubble Bee
* Sheep Dog


* Pluto's Heart Throb
* Pluto & The Gopher
* Wonder Dog
* Primitive Pluto
* Puss Cafè
* Pests of The West
* Food For Feudin'
* Camp Dog


* Cold Storage
* Plutopia
* R'Coon Dawg
* Cold Turkey


* Pluto's Party
* Pluto's Christmas Tree


* The Simple Things


* Disney/ThePrinceAndThePauper


* WesternAnimation/RunawayBrain


* ActionPet: At times, depending on the cartoon.
* BalloonBelly: In "Plutopia".
* BeeAfraid: As seen in "Bubble Bee", in which Pluto has a brush with Spike the Bee, who usually appeared in DonaldDuck shorts.
* BigFriendlyDog: Most of the time. He has a temper and an occasional selfish streak, but is loyal to Mickey and has more limits in his Jerkass tendencies than, say, Donald.
* BreakoutCharacter: Yes, even Pluto was more popular than MickeyMouse at some point. The poor mouse just can't catch a break, can he?
* BumblingDad: Pluto has also erred on the side of this in some shorts where he becomes a father to at least one or more puppies, as seen in "Pluto's Quin-Puplets" and "Pluto, Junior".
* ButtMonkey: On occasion, but especially later on in many shorts. Sometimes, like in "Disney/PlutosJudgementDay," it went too far.
* TheCameo: Pluto makes a brief appearance in the ''WesternAnimation/{{Recess}}'' episode "Rainy Days".
** He also makes an appearance in the WesternAnimation/{{Goofy}} short "Victory Vehicles", a WartimeCartoon. This cartoon shows alternate modes of transportation (since gas and rubber were rationed). One vehicle is powered by a dog (hence, Pluto) that chases after a cat (a scraggly-looking black cat that bears a passing resemblance to Figaro), when it's put front of him.
* CatsAreMean: If "Disney/PlutosJudgementDay" is any indication. The same goes somewhat with the dog's run-ins with Figaro, though somewhat more downplayed.
* CharacterFocus: After Mickey's {{Flanderization}}, Pluto pretty much became the star of Mickey's cartoons.
* ChasteToons: Averted. Pluto has five puppies in "Pluto's Quin-Puplets" and a son named Pluto Jr.
* TheChewToy:
* DerangedAnimation: "Plutopia", which was infamous enough to get a {{Homage}} in ''VideoGame/EpicMickey''.
* DisneyAcidSequence: "Plutopia".
* FireAndBrimstoneHell: In "Pluto's Judgement Day".
* FunnyAnimal: Oddly portrayed as one in the B&W cartoon, "Blue Rhythm."
* FurryConfusion: An age old question which has plagued mankind since the 30's; how can Pluto and {{WesternAnimation/Goofy}} share the same universe, if Goofy is also (allegedly) a dog?
** Not just that, but how can a mouse, even [[RodentsOfUnusualSize a giant]] [[AnimalsNotToScale housecat-sized one]] like Mickey, own a dog?
** The most common answer to the former question is that Goofy is to Pluto what a human is to a chimpanzee.
* GoodAngelBadAngel: Pluto's become recurring characters in the shorts.
* HomeMadeSweaterFromHell: Minnie knits Pluto one of these in "Pluto's Sweater", which is hideously fuchsia in color, which Pluto takes an immediate disliking to, and from which, after being forced into it, he spends much of the short trying to extract himself.
* HypnoFool: DonaldDuck hypnotizes Pluto into acting like a bunch of different animals on command in "The Eyes Have It".
* JerkassBall: It shows up, but not as much as in Donald.
* LoveInterest: He has ''two'' of these: first, Fifi the Pekingese in the 1930s, and then, Dinah the dachshund in the 1940s and '50s.
* LoveTriangle: The main plot of "Pluto's Heart Throb", in which [[CockFight he and Butch the bulldog vie for the affections of Dinah]].
* OutOfFocus: Thus far, he's only made four appearances in the newest ''WesternAnimation/MickeyMouse'' series, and his first appearance was only in the beginning of the short.
* PoorlyDisguisedPilot: A year prior to Pluto getting his own individual shorts, one WesternAnimation/SillySymphonies cartoon, "Mother Pluto", was centered entirely around him, having virtually nothing in common with the typical Silly Symphonies short.
* StalkerWithACrush: Occasionally displayed towards Dinah, such as in "Canine Casanova".
* StrictlyFormula: ''Many'' of the shorts are centered around Pluto either befriending another animal or becoming an enemy of another animal, with the gags ensueing from his botched attempts to deal with them--sometimes a combo of both is used.
* 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!
** In cartoons that are set in some snowy region, such as "Alpine Climbers", "Lend a Paw" and "Mail Dog", there are instances when Pluto gets so cold that he turns blue.
* TheVoiceless[=/=]TheSpeechless: Sans his sole words in "The Moose Hunt" and "Mickey Steps Out", unless you count barking as dog talk. Occasionally, he would make panting sounds that sound similar to "yeah, yeah!"
** Hilariously lampshaded in the 50's-era Magazine/{{MAD}} spoof "Mickey Rodent" in which [[ParodyNames Pluted Pup]] laments being the only animal in the Walt Dizzy universe who can't talk, by way of [[TalkingWithSigns holding up signs]].
** In Mickey's last black and white short, "Mickey's Kangaroo", the viewers get to hear what Pluto's thinking throughout the short.
* WhiteGloves: Shown wearing them in the B&W cartoon, "Blue Rhythm".
* YouDirtyRat: In "Dog Watch", Pluto tries but fails to protect a ship from a wharf rat that raids the officer's mess and gets Pluto blamed for it. Pluto, however, gets the last laugh in the end.