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They looked more like rats than mice back then.



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I understand why  child would want to run. Very grumpy faces.

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Mickey, Minnie, one seemingly terrified kid, and his pissed-off father, on the Warner Bros. backlot in the 1930's.
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Mickey: We found him! Yeah! We found him! At the Santa Monica Pier!

Minnie: Honest, mister! He was lost! Lost! You gonna call the cops?

Jimmy Cagney: Who needs coppers? You dirty rats! You kidnapped my son! [gunshots]

 

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probably a bit surprised to discover that Mickey is a girl.



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Nope, Mickey's legs aren't altogether masculine. aww

Even when I was able to watch cartoons now and then after we finally got a t.v. at the Grands', I never understood the popularity of Goody-Goody-Freakin'-Two-Shoes Mickey Mouse.  Then and now, I've always liked the very temperamental Donald Duck much better.  And as we all know by now and forever, I consider Warner Brothers' cartoon characters far superior to anything Disney up which came.



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