The first Mickey Mouse ever


WORLD'S FIRST MICKEY MOUSE
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What was the world's first Mickey Mouse cartoon?

If you are thinking Steamboat Willie,  you would be wrong.

Mickey Mouse got his start a a twinkle in the eye of Walt Disney early in 1928 as Walt was returning home on a train.

Upon his return Walt got his head animator to create the world's first Mickey Mouse cartoon called Plane Crazy but not a single distributor bought it.

Undaunted, work began on the second Mickey Mouse cartoon; Gallopin'Gaucho, but it wasn't released until December 30 1928.

Inspired by the latest and greatest fad in movies, talkies, Walt Disney produced the third Mickey Mouse cartoon, Steamboat Willie, which made it's debut on  November 18 1928 and is considered to be Mickey's birthday.

Steamboat Willie was the first Mickey Mouse cartoon aired to the public as well as the first with sound.

The Band Concert, released in 1935 was the first color Mickey Mouse cartoon.


Plane Crazy


The first Mickey Mouse ever

The first Mickey Mouse ever

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