Today is a very important day in Disney history!
It's Mickey Mouse's 84th birthday!!!
To celebrate this monumental day, I decided to find some photos of Mickey throughout the years. Enjoy!
|His very first film, Steamboat Willie!|
|His first color cartoon in 1935, "The Band Concert"|
|1947 with Donald and Goofy in "Fun and Fancy Free"|
|His big movie, Fantasia!|
|"Mickey's A Christmas Carol" aired in 1983!|
|"Runaway Brain" in 1995|
|1999, "Mickey Mouse Works" (with Donald and Goofy)|
|Mickey Mouse today!|
He really has gone through an amazing transformation since the very first short film was released way back in 1928. He does have a 3D-like version of himself on Playhouse Disney, but I don't really care for that kind of Mickey. 2D version will always hold a soft spot in my heart!
Have a magical day!
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Great retrospective of Mickey. Fortunately Walt decided not to name him Mortimer as originally planned, I just don't it would have caught on as well as Mickey. My favorite era would be the very early Mickey and the 80s.ReplyDelete
Heads-up: Steamboat Willie came out in 1928, if it was 1927, he'd be 85 ;)ReplyDelete
Woops, typo! My bad! Thanks for the heads up ;)Delete