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Mickey, Minnie, Horace, and Clarabelle are off to a wild barn dance. There Mickey plays the harmonica and dances with gigantic Patricia Pig, then joins Minnie in a duet on "Pop Goes the Weasel."
Note: "Unverified" credits may not be correct and should be taken with a grain of salt.
Foster, Stephen :
"Old Folks at Home (Swanee River) "
- Scenes of Clarabelle without her dress were cut at one time but may have been reinstated.
- The first cartoon where Clarabelle is named on-screen, and the one where she first wears a dress - embarrassedly pulling it up to conceal her udder when she's introduced.
- Clarabelle is seen reading the then-banned book "Three Weeks." The book
was described by its author, Eleanor Glyn, as "a sensual record of passion"
but with much deeper meanings. The book was banned in 1907 as immoral in
London and forbidden for sale of government trains in Canada. In Boston
(1908), a representative of the publisher was tried for selling the book.
The indictment stated that "the language on certain pages of the book is
improper to be placed upon the court records and offensive to the court."
What Clarabelle was doing reading it is anyone's guess, but it does suggest
another side to her normally innocent personality.
On a side note Elinor Glyn was also the screenwriter for the movie "It"
and coined the nickname for Clara Bow from that movie as "The It Girl."
- The Mickey Mouse Club (Season 1, Episode 54)
Mickey Mouse in Black and White - Volume 2
Mickey Mouse in Black and White Volume 2
- Running Time: 7:02
- Animation Type: Standard (Hand-drawn-Cel) Animation
- Aspect Ratio: 1.37 : 1
- Color Type: Black and White
- Sound Type: Mono: Cinephone
- Print Type: 35mm
- Negative Type: 35mm
- Cinematographic Format: Spherical
- Original Language: English
- Original Country: United States
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