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Private Pluto (1943)

Private Pluto
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Description: Pluto is in the army, working as a guard dog on a military base. He's told there are saboteurs and is assigned to guard a pill-box (gun emplacement). Before long, the "saboteurs" reveal themselves: Chip 'n' Dale (making their debut in a Disney cartoon) using the cannon-like gun as their own personal nutcracker. ... (more)
Release date: 2 April 1943
Tags: Short (2), 1943 (2), Pluto (1), Chip 'n' Dale (1), Mickey And Friends (1), Comedy (1), Animated (1), Family (1), Disney (1), Animation (1), 1940s (1)
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"DIR: Clyde Geronimi SUMMARY: In his role as guard dog on an army base, Pluto is tasked with dealing with two saboteurs who are using the base's gun emplacement as their own personal nutcracker. WHY IT'S HERE: By 1943 even Mickey Mouse's loyal dog Pluto was breaking free of him, going on to solo stardom. Many previous cartoons that were advertised as Mickey films were actually far more focused on Pluto, such as 'Lend a Paw' or 'Pluto's Judgement Day'. 'Private Pluto' finds Pluto emphatically "



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