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The Nifty Nineties (1941)

The Nifty Nineties
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Thelma Boardman Thelma Boardman
Minnie Mouse
Bill Days Bill Days
Singer
Walt Disney Walt Disney
Mickey Mouse
Florence Gill Florence Gill
Chickens
Ward Kimball Ward Kimball
Ward
Fred Moore Fred Moore
Fred
Clarence Nash Clarence Nash
Donald Duck / Daisy Duck / Huey / Dewey / Louie


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Tags: Short (3), 1941 (3), 1940s (2), Mickey Mouse (2), Family (2), Disney (2), Animation (2), Huey Dewey And Louie (1), Goofy (1), Mickey And Friends (1), Comedy (1), Donald Duck (1), Animated (1), Minnie Mouse (1), Daisy Duck (1)
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1001 Animated Shorts You Must See - The Full List (1001 movies items)

"DIR: Riley Thomson SUMMARY: A nostalgic depictions of the 1890s is viewed through the meeting and courtship of Mickey and Minnie Mouse. WHY IT'S HERE: 'The Nifty Nineties' is a twee, nostalgic little film that looks longingly and rose-tintedly back on the final decade of the 19th century (the decade, incidentally, when animation first began to capture public imagination). It's fascinating to see nostalgia from the viewpoint of an era that is now so long ago itself and the cartoon is also swo"