Character of Mickey Mouse14 Nov 2011
The Barn Dance, first released on March 14, 1929, is the first of the short film Mickey issued in that year. The film was ordered by the Walt Disney with Ub Iwerks as the head animator. This short film is famous for watching Mickey Minnie otherwise be rejected by choosing Pete, and also the appearance of a banana character out of the ordinary; during this Pete character is considered a malignant evil, here he be character of civilized man. In addition, Mickey is not portrayed as a hero, otherwise, Mickey as a younger applicant who is not efficient. When empty and crying because it failed, character of Mickey looks like very emotional and weak hearts. However, it is said that this was just aiming for audience empathy towards these character of Mickey
Gloves of Mickey
The Opry House which was first issued on March 28, 1929, is the second short film released that year. The film was made for the first time saw Mickey’s gloved hand. Since Mickey has always used it in his next appearance. It is said that one reason these gloves of Mickey given to enable viewers to distinguish the hands of the characters while leaning on their bodies, because both are black (Mickey movie is colorless until the release of The Band Concert in 1935). Three bars of black lines on the back of the glove is the frontier tissue the glove material extending from the crevices of his fingers, modeled after the design kidskin gloves of Mickey at that time.
When the Cat’s Away is out on April 18, 1929, was the third Mickey short films released that year, and principal is making a return incorrect Alice Comedies, Alice Rattled by Rats namely, that ever out since January 15, 1926. Kat Nipp appear a second time, but his name was given as ” Tom the cat” (because the cat is male, and should not be confused with the main character of the series Tom and Jerry). He described addicted drunk alcoholic beverages, then left home to hunt. When not at home, mice horde raided his house in search of food, including of Mickey and Minnie as mouse, who continue to make this set as a party. The film is weird because it illustrates Mickey and Minnie mouse same size and similar in character to normal mice. Usually Mickey and Minnie measure of a man short. Additionally, it is known that the reason the film was produced during the Prohibition era (the prohibition against the sale of alcoholic beverages from 1920 to 1933), the alcoholic beverages is like to result distribution of illicit arrack.
In the rounds of live-action in the film The Hot Choc-late Soldiers of 1934, the animated Mickey Mouse look the size of normal mice to interact with Jimmy Durante.