Vintage Mickey

Vintage Mickey
Vintage Mickey

Year

1928

Duration

64 minutes

Genres

Animation, Short Films

Language

English

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“It was all started by a mouse.” So said Walt Disney himself, acknowledging the debt the Disney company – and animated films more generally – owe to their signature character, Mickey Mouse and his girlfriend Minnie. These playful animations remain as enchanting now as on their first release, and are compulsory viewing for anybody with an interest in animation. Included in this collection are the iconic ‘Steamboat Willie’, credited as the first cartoon to use synchronised sound, and the Oscar-nominated 'Building A Building'. However all of these shorts are a treat, showcasing the mischievous, adventurous, cheerful rodent at his best.

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