List of animated shorts by Disney (1920s-1960s)

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The title card of a Donald Duck short film; the design is typical of those used in Disney shorts during the studio's partnership with RKO Radio Pictures (1937-1956)

This is a list of animated short films produced by Walt Disney, Walt Disney Productions and Laugh-O-Gram Studio from 1921 to 1969. A list of shorts starting from the 1970s can be found here.

This list does not include:

The column headed "DVD Release" contains DVD releases in the United States, although the "Walt Disney Treasures" collection is also available in the United Kingdom.

1920s[edit]

Laugh-O-Gram Studio short films and series'
Series/Film Released
Newman Laugh-O-Grams March 20, 1921
Laugh-O-Grams 1922
Lafflets 1922
Alice's Wonderland 1923
Comissioned series'
Series Comissioned by
Alice Comedies Winkler Pictures
Oswald the Lucky Rabbit Universal Pictures (thru Winkler)

1928[edit]

Series Title Director Writer Composer Release Date DVD Release Notes
Mickey Mouse Steamboat Willie Walt Disney
Ub Iwerks
Walt Disney
Ub Iwerks
Bert Lewis
Wilfred Jackson
November 18 "Mickey Mouse in Black and White"

"The Adventures of Oswald the Lucky Rabbit" "Walt Disney's Vintage Mickey"

First Mickey Mouse cartoon released, yet the third to be produced.

First Disney cartoon produced with synchronized sound.

Mickey Mouse The Gallopin' Gaucho Walt Disney
Ub Iwerks
Walt Disney
Ub Iwerks
Carl W. Stalling December 30 "Mickey Mouse in Black and White" First cartoon to co-star a character other than Mickey Mouse or Minnie Mouse (Peg Leg Pete), in which he reappears again, but his first appearance in a Mickey Mouse cartoon.

1929[edit]

Series Title Director Writer Composer Release Date DVD Release Notes
Mickey Mouse The Barn Dance Walt Disney N/A Carl W. Stalling March 14 "Mickey Mouse in Black and White, Volume Two" Mickey's first dancing
Mickey Mouse Plane Crazy Walt Disney
Ub Iwerks
Walt Disney
Ub Iwerks
Carl W. Stalling March 17 "Mickey Mouse in Black and White"

"The Adventures of Oswald the Lucky Rabbit" "Walt Disney's Vintage Mickey

First Mickey Mouse short distributed by Pat Powers

First appearances of Mickey Mouse & Minnie Mouse First appearance of Clarabelle Cow.

Mickey Mouse The Opry House Walt Disney
Ub Iwerks
N/A Carl W. Stalling March 28 "Mickey Mouse in Black and White, Volume Two" Mickey's first playing music instrument
Mickey Mouse When the Cat's Away Walt Disney N/A Carl W. Stalling May 3* "Mickey Mouse in Black and White, Volume Two" *Date production was completed; release date unknown
Mickey Mouse The Barnyard Battle Walt Disney
Ub Iwerks
N/A Carl W. Stalling June 2* "Mickey Mouse in Black and White, Volume Two" *Date production was completed; release date unknown
Mickey Mouse The Plowboy Walt Disney Walt Disney Carl W. Stalling June 28* "Mickey Mouse in Black and White, Volume Two" *Date production was completed; release date unknown

First appearance of Horace Horsecollar

Mickey Mouse The Karnival Kid Walt Disney
Ub Iwerks
N/A Carl W. Stalling July 31* "Mickey Mouse in Black and White"

"Walt Disney's Vintage Mickey"

*Date production was completed; release date unknown
Mickey Mouse Mickey's Follies Ub Iwerks
Wilfred Jackson
N/A Carl W. Stalling August 28* "Mickey Mouse in Black and White" *Date production was completed; release date unknown / Mickey's first singing
Silly Symphonies The Skeleton Dance Walt Disney Walt Disney
Carl W. Stalling
Carl W. Stalling August 29[1] "Silly Symphonies"

"The Adventures of Oswald the Lucky Rabbit"

First Silly Symphonies short produced

First Silly Symphonies short distributed by Columbia Pictures

Silly Symphonies El Terrible Toreador Walt Disney N/A Carl W. Stalling September 26[1] "More Silly Symphonies"
Mickey Mouse Mickey's Choo-Choo Ub Iwerks N/A Carl W. Stalling October 1* "Mickey Mouse in Black and White, Volume Two" *Date production was completed; release date unknown
Mickey Mouse The Jazz Fool Walt Disney
Ub Iwerks
N/A Carl W. Stalling October 15* "Mickey Mouse in Black and White, Volume Two" *Date production was completed; release date unknown
Silly Symphonies Springtime Walt Disney N/A Carl W. Stalling October 24[1] "More Silly Symphonies"
Silly Symphonies Hell's Bells Ub Iwerks N/A Carl W. Stalling November 21[1] "More Silly Symphonies"
Mickey Mouse Jungle Rhythm Walt Disney N/A Carl W. Stalling November 15* "Mickey Mouse in Black and White, Volume Two" *Date production was completed; release date unknown
Mickey Mouse The Haunted House Jack King N/A Carl W. Stalling December 2* "Mickey Mouse in Black and White, Volume Two" *Date production was completed; release date unknown / Mickey's first talk or speech
Silly Symphonies The Merry Dwarfs Walt Disney N/A Carl W. Stalling December 19[1] "More Silly Symphonies"
Mickey Mouse Wild Waves Burt Gillett N/A Carl W. Stalling December 21* "Mickey Mouse in Black and White, Volume Two" *Date production was completed; release date unknown

Last Mickey Mouse short distributed by Pat Powers.

1930s[edit]

1930[edit]

Series Title Director Writer Composer Release Date DVD Release Notes
Silly Symphonies Summer Ub Iwerks N/A Carl W. Stalling January 16[2] "More Silly Symphonies"
Silly Symphonies Autumn Ub Iwerks N/A Carl W. Stalling February 13[2] "More Silly Symphonies"
Mickey Mouse The Barnyard Concert Walt Disney N/A Bert Lewis March 3[2] "Mickey Mouse in Black and White, Volume Two"
Silly Symphonies Cannibal Capers Burt Gillett N/A Bert Lewis March 13[2] "More Silly Symphonies"
Mickey Mouse Fiddling Around Walt Disney N/A Bert Lewis March 14[2] "Mickey Mouse in Black and White, Volume Two" Error titled as Just Mickey on current DVDs.

First Mickey Mouse short distributed by Columbia Pictures.

Mickey Mouse The Cactus Kid Walt Disney N/A Bert Lewis April 11[2] "Mickey Mouse in Black and White, Volume Two"
Silly Symphonies Frolicking Fish Burt Gillett N/A Bert Lewis May 8[2] "More Silly Symphonies"
Silly Symphonies Arctic Antics Ub Iwerks
Burt Gillett
N/A Bert Lewis June 5[2] "More Silly Symphonies"
Mickey Mouse The Fire Fighters Burt Gillett Burt Gillett Bert Lewis June 11[2] "Mickey Mouse in Black and White"
Silly Symphonies Midnight in a Toy Shop Wilfred Jackson N/A Bert Lewis July 3[2] "More Silly Symphonies"
Mickey Mouse The Shindig Burt Gillett N/A Bert Lewis July 9[2] "Mickey Mouse in Black and White, Volume Two"
Silly Symphonies Night Walt Disney N/A Bert Lewis July 31[2] "More Silly Symphonies"
Mickey Mouse The Chain Gang Burt Gillett N/A Frank Churchill August 6[2] "Mickey Mouse in Black and White"

"The Complete Pluto"

First appearance of Pluto
Silly Symphonies Monkey Melodies Burt Gillett N/A Bert Lewis August 10[2] "More Silly Symphonies"
Mickey Mouse The Picnic Burt Gillett N/A Bert Lewis October 1[3] "Mickey Mouse in Black and White, Volume Two" First appearance of Pluto (Original)
Mickey Mouse The Gorilla Mystery Burt Gillett N/A Bert Lewis October 10[3] "Mickey Mouse in Black and White"
Silly Symphonies Winter Burt Gillett N/A Bert Lewis October 30[4] "More Silly Symphonies"
Mickey Mouse Pioneer Days Burt Gillett N/A Bert Lewis December 10[3] "Mickey Mouse in Black and White"
Silly Symphonies Playful Pan Burt Gillett N/A Bert Lewis December 28[3] "More Silly Symphonies"

1931[edit]

Series Title Director Writer Composer Release Date DVD Release Notes
Mickey Mouse The Birthday Party Burt Gillett N/A Bert Lewis January 6[3] "Mickey Mouse in Black and White"

"Walt Disney's Vintage Mickey"

Silly Symphonies Birds of a Feather Burt Gillett N/A Bert Lewis February 4[5] "Silly Symphonies"
Mickey Mouse Traffic Troubles Burt Gillett N/A Bert Lewis March 14[5] "Mickey Mouse in Black and White, Volume Two"
Mickey Mouse The Castaway Wilfred Jackson N/A Frank Churchill April 6[3] "Mickey Mouse in Black and White, Volume Two"

"Walt Disney's Vintage Mickey"

Silly Symphonies Mother Goose Melodies Burt Gillett N/A Bert Lewis
Frank Churchill
April 17[6] "Silly Symphonies"
Mickey Mouse The Moose Hunt Burt Gillett N/A Bert Lewis May 8[3] "Mickey Mouse in Black and White, Volume Two"
Silly Symphonies The China Plate Wilfred Jackson N/A Frank Churchill May 25[7] "Silly Symphonies"
Mickey Mouse The Delivery Boy Burt Gillett N/A Bert Lewis June 15[7] "Mickey Mouse in Black and White, Volume Two"
Silly Symphonies The Busy Beavers Burt Gillett N/A Frank Churchill June 27[8] "Silly Symphonies"
Mickey Mouse Mickey Steps Out Burt Gillett N/A Bert Lewis July 16[7] "Mickey Mouse in Black and White"
Silly Symphonies The Cat's Out Wilfred Jackson N/A Frank Churchill July 28[7] "Walt Disney Treasures: More Silly Symphonies"
Mickey Mouse Blue Rhythm Burt Gillett N/A Bert Lewis August 18[7] "Mickey Mouse in Black and White"
Silly Symphonies Egyptian Melodies Wilfred Jackson N/A Frank Churchill August 27[7] "Silly Symphonies"
Mickey Mouse Fishin' Around Burt Gillett N/A Bert Lewis September 14[9] "Mickey Mouse in Black and White, Volume Two"
Silly Symphonies The Clock Store Wilfred Jackson N/A Frank Churchill September 30[9] "More Silly Symphonies"
Mickey Mouse The Barnyard Broadcast Walt Disney
Burt Gillett
N/A Bert Lewis October 9[9] "Mickey Mouse in Black and White, Volume Two"
Silly Symphonies The Spider and the Fly Wilfred Jackson N/A Frank Churchill
Bert Lewis
October 16[9] "More Silly Symphonies"
Mickey Mouse The Beach Party Burt Gillett N/A Bert Lewis November 4[9] "Mickey Mouse in Black and White, Volume Two"
Silly Symphonies The Fox Hunt Wilfred Jackson N/A Frank Churchill November 18[9] "More Silly Symphonies"
Mickey Mouse Mickey Cuts Up Burt Gillett Otto Englander
Webb Smith
Bert Lewis December 2[9] "Mickey Mouse in Black and White"
Mickey Mouse Mickey's Orphans Burt Gillett N/A Bert Lewis December 9[10] "Mickey Mouse in Black and White"

"Walt Disney's Vintage Mickey"

Silly Symphonies The Ugly Duckling Wilfred Jackson N/A Frank Churchill
Bert Lewis
December 16[9] "Silly Symphonies"

1932[edit]

Series Title Director Writer Composer Release Date DVD Release Notes
Silly Symphonies The Bird Store Wilfred Jackson N/A Frank Churchill January 16[11] "More Silly Symphonies" Last Silly Symphonies short distributed by Columbia Pictures.
Mickey Mouse The Duck Hunt Burt Gillett N/A Bert Lewis January 28[11] "Mickey Mouse in Black and White"
Mickey Mouse The Grocery Boy Wilfred Jackson N/A Frank Churchill February 3[11] "Mickey Mouse in Black and White, Volume Two"
Mickey Mouse The Mad Dog Burt Gillett N/A Bert Lewis March 5[11] "Mickey Mouse in Black and White, Volume Two"
Mickey Mouse Barnyard Olympics Wilfred Jackson N/A Frank Churchill April 18[11] "Mickey Mouse in Black and White, Volume Two"
Mickey Mouse Mickey's Revue Wilfred Jackson N/A Frank Churchill May 27[11] "Mickey Mouse in Black and White"

"Walt Disney's Vintage Mickey"

First appearance of Goofy, originally called Dippy Dawg at the time First cartoon to co-star Mickey and Goofy.
Mickey Mouse Musical Farmer Wilfred Jackson N/A Frank Churchill July 11[12] "Mickey Mouse in Black and White, Volume Two"
Silly Symphonies The Bears and Bees Wilfred Jackson N/A Frank Churchill July 15[13] "More Silly Symphonies" First Silly Symphonies distributed by United Artists.
Mickey Mouse Mickey in Arabia Wilfred Jackson N/A Frank Churchill July 20[12] "Mickey Mouse in Black and White, Volume Two" Last Mickey Mouse short distributed by Columbia Pictures.
Mickey Mouse Mickey's Nightmare Burt Gillett N/A Bert Lewis August 8[14] "Mickey Mouse in Black and White" First Mickey Mouse short distributed by United Artists.
Silly Symphonies Just Dogs Burt Gillett N/A Bert Lewis August 12[13] "Silly Symphonies"
Mickey Mouse Trader Mickey David Hand N/A Bert Lewis August 26[14] "Mickey Mouse in Black and White, Volume Two"
Silly Symphonies Flowers and Trees Burt Gillett N/A Frank Churchill
Bert Lewis
Setember 9[13] "Silly Symphonies" First Disney short produced in 3-Strip Technicolor
Mickey Mouse The Whoopee Party Wilfred Jackson N/A Frank Churchill September 16[14] "Mickey Mouse in Black and White"
Silly Symphonies Bugs in Love Burt Gillett N/A Bert Lewis September 21[14] "More Silly Symphonies" Last Silly Symphonies short produced in Black and White.
Silly Symphonies King Neptune Burt Gillett N/A Bert Lewis October 7[14] "More Silly Symphonies" In Technicolor
Mickey Mouse Touchdown Mickey Wilfred Jackson N/A Frank Churchill October 7[14] "Mickey Mouse in Black and White"
Mickey Mouse The Wayward Canary Burt Gillett N/A Bert Lewis October 28[14] "Mickey Mouse in Black and White, Volume Two"
Mickey Mouse The Klondike Kid Wilfred Jackson N/A Frank Churchill November 18[14] "Mickey Mouse in Black and White"
Silly Symphonies Babes in the Woods Burt Gillett Ted Sears
Webb Smith
Bert Lewis December 2[14] "Silly Symphonies"
Mickey Mouse Mickey's Good Deed Burt Gillett N/A Bert Lewis December 9[14] "Mickey Mouse in Black and White, Volume Two"

Holiday Celebration with Mickey & Pals

Mickey Mouse Building a Building David Hand N/A Frank Churchill December 20[14] "Mickey Mouse in Black and White"

"Walt Disney's Vintage Mickey"

Silly Symphonies Santa's Workshop Wilfred Jackson N/A Frank Churchill December 30[14] "More Silly Symphonies"
Silly Symphonies Birds in the Spring David Hand Ted Sears
Webb Smith
Frank Churchill
Bert Lewis
December 30[15] "More Silly Symphonies"

1933[edit]

Series Title Director Writer Composer Release Date DVD Release Notes
Mickey Mouse The Mad Doctor David Hand N/A Bert Lewis January 20[15] "Mickey Mouse in Black and White"
Silly Symphonies Father Noah's Ark Wilfred Jackson N/A Leigh Harline January 27[15] "Silly Symphonies"
Mickey Mouse Mickey's Pal Pluto Burt Gillett N/A Frank Churchill February 10[15] "Mickey Mouse in Black and White, Volume Two"
Mickey Mouse Mickey's Mellerdrammer Wilfred Jackson N/A Frank Churchill March 3[15] "Mickey Mouse in Black and White, Volume Two"
Mickey Mouse Ye Olden Days Burt Gillett N/A Frank Churchill March 24[15] "Mickey Mouse in Black and White"
Silly Symphonies The Three Little Pigs Burt Gillett Pinto Colvig
Ted Sears
Webb Smith
Albert Hurter
Boris V. Morkovin
Frank Churchill May 26[15] "Silly Symphonies"

"Timeless Tales, Volume One"

Mickey Mouse The Mail Pilot David Hand N/A Bert Lewis June 5[15] "Mickey Mouse in Black and White"
Mickey Mouse Mickey's Mechanical Man Wilfred Jackson N/A Leigh Harline June 9[15] "Mickey Mouse in Black and White, Volume Two"
Mickey Mouse Mickey's Gala Premier Burt Gillett N/A Frank Churchill June 30[15] "Mickey Mouse in Black and White"
Silly Symphonies Old King Cole David Hand N/A Frank Churchill
Bert Lewis
July 27[15] "More Silly Symphonies"
Mickey Mouse Puppy Love Wilfred Jackson N/A Frank Churchill August 14[16] "Mickey Mouse in Black and White"
Silly Symphonies Lullaby Land Wilfred Jackson N/A Frank Churchill
Leigh Harline
August 18[15] "Silly Symphonies"
Mickey Mouse The Steeple Chase Burt Gillett N/A Frank Churchill September 1[16] "Mickey Mouse in Black and White, Volume Two"
Mickey Mouse The Pet Store Wilfred Jackson N/A Leigh Harline September 22[16] "Mickey Mouse in Black and White"
Silly Symphonies The Pied Piper Wilfred Jackson Ted Sears Leigh Harline October 6[15] "More Silly Symphonies"

"Timeless Tales Volume One"

Mickey Mouse Giantland Burt Gillett N/A Frank Churchill November 15[16] "Mickey Mouse in Black and White"
Silly Symphonies The Night Before Christmas Wilfred Jackson Bob Wickersham
Webb Smith
Leigh Harline December 15[16] "More Silly Symphonies"

1934[edit]

Series Title Director Writer Composer Release Date DVD Release Notes
Silly Symphonies The China Shop Wilfred Jackson William Cottrell Leigh Harline January 13[17] "More Silly Symphonies"
Mickey Mouse Shanghaied Burt Gillett N/A Frank Churchill January 13[17] "Mickey Mouse in Black and White, Volume Two"
Mickey Mouse Camping Out David Hand William Cottrell Leigh Harline February 17[17] "Mickey Mouse in Black and White"
Silly Symphonies The Grasshopper and the Ants Wilfred Jackson William Cottrell
Joe Grant
Pinto Colvig
Leigh Harline February 24[17] "Silly Symphonies"

"Timeless Tales, Volume One"

Mickey Mouse Playful Pluto Burt Gillett N/A Frank Churchill March 17[17] "Mickey Mouse in Black and White, Volume Two"
Silly Symphonies Funny Little Bunnies Wilfred Jackson N/A Frank Churchill March 31[17] "Silly Symphonies"
Silly Symphonies The Big Bad Wolf Burt Gillett Ted Sears Frank Churchill April 21[17] "Silly Symphonies"
Mickey Mouse Gulliver Mickey Burt Gillett N/A Frank Churchill May 19[17] "Mickey Mouse in Black and White"
Silly Symphonies The Wise Little Hen Wilfred Jackson Otto Englander Leigh Harline June 9[17] "Silly Symphonies"

"The Chronological Donald" "Timeless Tales, Volume Three"

First appearance of Donald Duck. Donald's first design form.
Mickey Mouse Mickey's Steam Roller David Hand N/A Frank Churchill
Bert Lewis
June 16[18] "Mickey Mouse in Black and White, Volume Two"

"Walt Disney's Vintage Mickey"

Silly Symphonies The Flying Mouse David Hand William Cottrell Frank Churchill
Bert Lewis
July 14[18] "Silly Symphonies"

Dumbo

Mickey Mouse Orphan's Benefit Burt Gillett N/A Frank Churchill August 11[18] "Mickey Mouse in Black and White" First B&W appearance of Donald Duck

First appearance of Clara Cluck Final B&W appearances of Horace Horsecollar and Claranelle Cow Only B&W appearance of Clara Cluck

Silly Symphonies Peculiar Penguins Wilfred Jackson William Cottrell Leigh Harline September 8[18] "Silly Symphonies"

"Holiday Celebration with Mickey & Pals"

Mickey Mouse Mickey Plays Papa Burt Gillett N/A Frank Churchill
Bert Lewis
September 29[19] "Mickey Mouse in Black and White, Volume Two"
Silly Symphonies The Goddess of Spring Wilfred Jackson William Cottrell Leigh Harline November 3[19] "More Silly Symphonies"

"It's a Small World of Fun, Volume 4"

Mickey Mouse The Dognapper David Hand N/A Frank Churchill
Bert Lewis
November 10[19] "Mickey Mouse in Black and White" First cartoon to co-star Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck
Mickey Mouse Two-Gun Mickey Ben Sharpsteen N/A Leigh Harline December 29[20] "Mickey Mouse in Black and White" Final B&W appearance of Minnie Mouse

1935[edit]

Series Title Director Writer Composer Release Date DVD Release Notes
Silly Symphonies The Tortoise and the Hare Wilfred Jackson Larry Clemmons Frank Churchill January 12[21] "Silly Symphonies"

"Timeless Tales, Volume One"

Mickey Mouse Mickey's Man Friday David Hand N/A Frank Churchill
Bert Lewis
January 19[20] "Mickey Mouse in Black and White, Volume Two"
Mickey Mouse The Band Concert Wilfred Jackson N/A Leigh Harline February 23[20] "Mickey Mouse in Living Color"

Make Mine Music (Gold Classic Collection)

First Mickey cartoon in color. First Color appearances of Goofy and Horace Horsecollar.
Mickey Mouse Mickey's Service Station Ben Sharpsteen N/A Leigh Harline March 16[20] "Mickey Mouse in Black and White" Final B&W appearances of Donald Duck, Goofy and Pete
Silly Symphonies The Golden Touch Walt Disney Albert Hurter Frank Churchill March 23[20] "Silly Symphonies"

"Timeless Tales, Volume Three"

Silly Symphonies The Robber Kitten David Hand William Cottrell Frank Churchill April 13[20] "Silly Symphonies"
Mickey Mouse Mickey's Kangaroo David Hand N/A Bert Lewis April 20[20] "Mickey Mouse in Black and White, Volume Two" Final Disney short in Black and White.

Final B&W appearances of Mickey Mouse and Pluto

Silly Symphonies Water Babies Wilfred Jackson William Cottrell Leigh Harline May 18[21] "Silly Symphonies"
Silly Symphonies The Cookie Carnival Ben Sharpsteen Pinto Colvig
Ted Sears
Leigh Harline May 25[20] "Silly Symphonies"
Silly Symphonies Who Killed Cock Robin? David Hand William Cottrell
Joe Grant
Bob Kuwahara
Frank Churchill June 29[20] "Silly Symphonies"
Mickey Mouse Mickey's Garden Wilfred Jackson N/A Leigh Harline July 20[20] "Mickey Mouse in Living Color"

"Classic Cartoon Favorites: Starring Mickey"

First color appearance of Pluto
Mickey Mouse Mickey's Fire Brigade Ben Sharpsteen N/A Bert Lewis September 7[22] "Mickey Mouse in Living Color"
Mickey Mouse Pluto's Judgement Day David Hand William Cottrell
Joe Grant
Frank Churchill
Leigh Harline
September 28[22] "Mickey Mouse in Living Color"
Silly Symphonies Music Land Wilfred Jackson Pinto Colvig
Ted Sears
Leigh Harline October 12[22] "Silly Symphonies"

"Classic Cartoon Favorites: Extreme Music Fun"

Mickey Mouse On Ice Ben Sharpsteen Webb Smith Frank Churchill
Leigh Harline
Bert Lewis
November 9[22] "Mickey Mouse in Living Color"

"The Complete Pluto" "Classic Cartoon Favorites: Starring Mickey"

Silly Symphonies Three Orphan Kittens David Hand William Cottrell
Joe Grant
Frank Churchill November 23[22] "More Silly Symphonies"
Silly Symphonies Broken Toys Ben Sharpsteen Otto Englander
Pinto Colvig
Larry Morey
Albert Hay Malotte December 21[23] "More Silly Symphonies"

1936[edit]

Series Title Director Writer Composer Release Date DVD Release Notes
Silly Symphonies Cock o' the Walk Ben Sharpsteen Otto Englander Frank Churchill
Albert Hay Malotte
January 11[23] "More Silly Symphonies"
Mickey Mouse Mickey's Polo Team David Hand Otto Englander
Frank Priest
Ralph Wright
Albert Hay Malotte February 8[24] "Mickey Mouse in Living Color"

"Extreme Sports Fun"

Mickey Mouse Orphan's Picnic Ben Sharpsteen N/A Albert Hay Malotte March 14[24] "Mickey Mouse in Living Color"

"Starring Mickey"

Mickey Mouse Mickey's Grand Opera Wilfred Jackson N/A Leigh Harline April 11[24] "Mickey Mouse in Living Color"

"Extreme Music Fun"

First color appearance of Clara Cluck.
Silly Symphonies Elmer Elephant Wilfred Jackson Earl Hurd
Bianca Majolie
Ted Sears
Roy Williams
Leigh Harline May 16[24] "Silly Symphonies"

Dumbo

Silly Symphonies Three Little Wolves David Hand William Cottrell
Joe Grant
Bob Kuwahara
Frank Churchill May 30[24] "Silly Symphonies"
Mickey Mouse Thru the Mirror David Hand William Cottrell
Joe Grant
Bob Kuwahara
Frank Churchill
Leigh Harline
Paul J. Smith
June 20[24] "Mickey Mouse in Living Color"

Alice in Wonderland

Mickey Mouse Moving Day Ben Sharpsteen Otto Englander Albert Hay Malotte July 25[24] "Mickey Mouse in Living Color:

"Starring Mickey"

First color appearance of Pete. First time Donald is using modern form.
Mickey Mouse Mickey's Rival Wilfred Jackson Vernon Stallings
Earl Hurd
Leigh Harline August 29[24] "Mickey Mouse in Living Color"

"Mickey & Minnie's Sweetheart Stories" "Best Pals: Mickey and Minnie"

Silly Symphonies Toby Tortoise Returns Wilfred Jackson William Cottrell
Joe Grant
Bob Kuwahara
Frank Churchill
Leigh Harline
September 26[24] "Silly Symphonies"
Mickey Mouse Alpine Climbers David Hand Vernon Stallings
Homer Brightman
Albert Hay Malotte October 31[24] "Mickey Mouse in Living Color"

"It's a Small World of Fun, Volume 3"

Mickey Mouse Mickey's Circus Ben Sharpsteen Otto Englander Paul J. Smith November 14[25] "Mickey Mouse in Living Color"

"Starring Mickey"

Mickey makes a cameo appearance.
Mickey Mouse* Donald and Pluto Ben Sharpsteen Jack Kinney
Roy Williams
Frank Churchill
Paul J. Smith
December 12[25] "The Chronological Donald" *Mickey Mouse does not appear in this cartoon, despite it being released as part of the Mickey Mouse series.
Silly Symphonies The Country Cousin David Hand Larry Clemmons Leigh Harline December 19[25] "Silly Symphonies"

"Timeless Tales, Volume Two"

1937[edit]

Series Title Director Writer Composer Release Date DVD Release Notes
Silly Symphonies Three Blind Mouseketeers David Hand Merrill De Maris
Otto Englander
Webb Smith
Albert Hay Malotte January 30[25] "More Silly Symphonies"

The Rescuers

Mickey Mouse Mickey's Elephant David Hand Vernon Stallings Albert Hay Malotte February 20[25] "Mickey Mouse in Living Color"
Mickey Mouse Don Donald Ben Sharpsteen Merrill De Maris
Otto Englander
Webb Smith
Paul J. Smith February 27[26] "The Chronological Donald"

"Starring Donald"

Reissued as Donald Duck series cartoon. Mickey never appeared in this short.
Silly Symphonies Mother Pluto David Hand Earl Hurd
Ted Sears
Leigh Harline March 6[25] "Silly Symphonies"
Silly Symphonies Woodland Café Wilfred Jackson Isadore Klein
Bianca Majoli
Dick Rickard
Leigh Harline March 13[26] "Silly Symphonies"

"Extreme Music Fun"

Silly Symphonies More Kittens David Hand William Cottrell
Joe Grant
Bob Kuwahara
Frank Churchill March 27[25] "More Silly Symphonies"
Mickey Mouse The Worm Turns Ben Sharpsteen Otto Englander Frank Churchill April 17[25] "Mickey Mouse in Living Color"
Silly Symphonies Little Hiawatha David Hand Vernon Stallings
Chuck Couch
Leigh Harline May 15[26] "More Silly Symphonies"

"Timeless Tales, Volume Three" Pocahontas

Mickey Mouse Mickey's Amateurs Pinto Colvig
Erdman Penner
Walt Pfeiffer
Pinto Colvig
Erdman Penner
Walt Pfeiffer
Oliver Wallace June 5[26] "Mickey Mouse in Living Color"
Mickey Mouse Magician Mickey David Hand Vernon Stallings Albert Hay Malotte June 12[25] "Mickey Mouse in Living Color"

"Walt Disney's Funny Factory with Mickey"

Mickey Mouse Modern Inventions Jack King Tom Armstrong
Carl Barks
Oliver Wallace June 19[26] "The Chronological Donald" Reissued as a Donald Duck cartoon. Mickey never appeared in this short.

Last cartoon distributed by United Artists.

Mickey Mouse Moose Hunters Ben Sharpsteen Otto Englander Paul J. Smith August 7[26] "Mickey Mouse in Living Color"

"Walt Disney's Funny Factory with Mickey"

Mickey Mouse Hawaiian Holiday Ben Sharpsteen Vernon Stallings Paul J. Smith September 24[26] "Mickey Mouse in Living Color"

"Starring Mickey"

First Short Distributed by RKO Radio Pictures.
Mickey Mouse Clock Cleaners Ben Sharpsteen Otto Englander Paul J. Smith
Oliver Wallace
October 15[26] "Mickey Mouse in Living Color"

"Walt Disney's Funny Factory with Goofy"

Silly Symphonies The Old Mill Wilfred Jackson Dick Rickard Leigh Harline November 5[26] "Silly Symphonies"

Bambi

Pluto the Pup Pluto's Quin-puplets Ben Sharpsteen Vernon Stallings
Earl Hurd
Paul J. Smith November 26[26] "The Complete Pluto" First cartoon produced in the Pluto series.
Donald Duck Donald's Ostrich Jack King Tom Armstrong Oliver Wallace December 10[26] "The Chronological Donald" First cartoon produced in the Donald Duck series.
Mickey Mouse Lonesome Ghosts Burt Gillett Dick Friel Albert Hay Malotte December 24[26] "Mickey Mouse in Living Color"

1938[edit]

Series Title Director Writer Composer Release Date DVD Release Notes
Donald Duck Self Control Jack King Tom Armstrong Oliver Wallace February 11[27] "The Chronological Donald"

"Walt Disney's Funny Factory with Donald"

Mickey Mouse Boat Builders Ben Sharpsteen Vernon Stallings Leigh Harline
Oliver Wallace
February 25[27] "Mickey Mouse in Living Color"
Donald Duck Donald's Better Self Jack King Tom Armstrong
Carl Barks
Harry Reeves
Oliver Wallace March 11[27] "The Chronological Donald"
Silly Symphonies The Moth and the Flame Burt Gillett
Dick Huemer
Walt Pfeiffer Albert Hay Malotte April 1[27] "More Silly Symphonies"
Donald Duck Donald's Nephews Jack King Tom Armstrong Oliver Wallace April 15[27] "The Chronological Donald"

"Funny Factory with Hewey, Dewey & Louie"

First appearance of Huey, Dewey & Louie
Mickey Mouse Mickey's Trailer Ben Sharpsteen Jack Kinney Oliver Wallace May 6[27] "Mickey Mouse in Living Color"

"Extreme Adventure Fun"

Silly Symphonies Wynken, Blynken and Nod Graham Heid Merrill De Maris
Vernon Stallings
Leigh Harline May 27[27] "Silly Symphonies"
Donald & Goofy Polar Trappers Ben Sharpsteen Otto Englander Paul J. Smith June 17[27] "The Chronological Donald"

"It's a Small World of Fun, Volume 4"

First Donald and Goofy cartoon.
Donald Duck Good Scouts Jack King Carl Barks
Harry Reeves
Oliver Wallace July 8[27] "The Chronological Donald"

"Extreme Adventure Fun"

Donald & Goofy The Fox Hunt Ben Sharpsteen Otto Englander Paul J. Smith July 29[27] "The Chronological Donald" A remake of the 1931 Silly Symphonies cartoon of the same name.
Mickey Mouse The Whalers David Hand
Dick Huemer
Otto Englander Albert Hay Malotte August 19[27] "Mickey Mouse in Living Color"
Mickey Mouse Mickey's Parrot Bill Roberts Jack Kinney Leigh Harline
Oliver Wallace
September 9[27] "Mickey Mouse in Living Color"

"Walt Disney's Funny Factory with Mickey"

Mickey Mouse Brave Little Tailor Burt Gillett
Bill Roberts
Jack Kinney Albert Hay Malotte September 23[27] "Mickey Mouse in Living Color"

"It's a Small World of Fun, Volume 2"

Silly Symphonies Farmyard Symphony Wilfred Jackson Vernon Stallings
Erdman Penner
Leigh Harline October 14[27] "Silly Symphonies"

"Extreme Music Fun"

Donald Duck Donald's Golf Game Jack King Carl Barks
Jack Hannah
Harry Reeves
Oliver Wallace November 4[27] "The Chronological Donald"

"Walt Disney's Funny Factory with Donald"

One-shot Ferdinand the Bull Dick Rickard Munro Leaf
Robert Lawson
Albert Hay Malotte November 25[27] "Disney Rarities: Celebrated Shorts: 1920s–1960s"

"Timeless Tales, Volume Two"

Silly Symphonies Merbabies Rudolf Ising
Vernon Stallings
Jonathan Caldwell
Pinto Colvig
Maurice Day
Scott Bradley December 9[28] "More Silly Symphonies"
Silly Symphonies Mother Goose Goes Hollywood Wilfred Jackson T. Hee Edward H. Plumb December 23[27] "More Silly Symphonies" Donald Duck makes a cameo appearance.

1939[edit]

Series Title Director Writer Composer Release Date DVD Release Notes
Donald Duck Donald's Lucky Day Jack King Carl Barks
Jack Hannah
Harry Reeves
Oliver Wallace January 13[29] "The Chronological Donald"
Mickey Mouse Society Dog Show Bill Roberts Jack Kinney Oliver Wallace February 3[29] "Mickey Mouse in Living Color, Volume Two"

"Mickey & Minnie's Sweetheart Stories"

Last cartoon with Mickey's older character design.
Three Little Pigs The Practical Pig Dick Rickard Larry Clemmons
Dick Rickard
Frank Churchill
Paul J. Smith
February 24[29] "Silly Symphonies" #Billed under this name instead of Silly Symphonies.

Since this series never materialized, it's generally grouped with Silly Symphonies.

Goofy Goofy and Wilbur Dick Huemer Otto Englander Paul J. Smith March 17[29] "The Complete Goofy"

"Funny Factory with Goofy"

First cartoon produced in the Goofy series.
Donald Duck The Hockey Champ Jack King Carl Barks
Jack Hannah
Paul J. Smith
Charles Wolcott
March 17[30] "The Chronological Donald"

"Extreme Sports Fun"

Silly Symphonies The Ugly Duckling Jack Cutting
Hamilton Luske
Vernon Stallings Albert Hay Malotte April 7[29] "Silly Symphonies"

"Timeless Tales, Volume Two"

Last cartoon produced in the Silly Symphonies series. Educational version: Hans Christian Andersen’s The Ugly Duckling (1980's)
Donald Duck Donald's Cousin Gus Jack King Carl Barks
Jack Hannah
Harry Reeves
Oliver Wallace May 19[30] "The Chronological Donald"

"Funny Factory with Donald"

Donald Duck Beach Picnic Clyde Geronimi Carl Barks
Jack Hannah
Paul J. Smith June 9[30] "The Chronological Donald"

"The Complete Pluto"

It was the first Donald Duck series to feature Pluto
Donald Duck Sea Scouts Dick Lundy Carl Barks
Chuck Couch
Oliver Wallace June 30[30] "The Chronological Donald"

"Funny Factory with Hewey, Dewey & Louie"

Donald Duck Donald's Penguin Jack King Carl Barks Oliver Wallace August 11[30] "The Chronological Donald"
Mickey Mouse The Pointer Clyde Geronimi N/A Paul J. Smith September 1[29] "Mickey Mouse in Living Color, Volume Two"

"Funny Factory with Mickey"

Donald Duck The Autograph Hound Jack King Harry Reeves Oliver Wallace September 1[30] "The Chronological Donald"
Donald Duck Officer Duck Clyde Geronimi N/A Oliver Wallace September 22[30] "The Chronological Donald" It was the first Donald Duck series to feature Pete.

It was also the first Pete cartoon not pairing with Mickey or Goofy.

1940s[edit]

1940[edit]

Series Title Director Writer Composer Release Date DVD Release Notes
Donald Duck The Riveter Dick Lundy Carl Barks
Jack Hannah
Oliver Wallace March 15[31] "The Chronological Donald"
Donald Duck Donald's Dog Laundry Jack King Carl Barks
Chuck Couch
Ralph Wright
Leigh Harline
Larry Sharpsteen
April 5[31] "The Chronological Donald"

"Starring Donald"

Mickey Mouse Tugboat Mickey Clyde Geronimi N/A N/A April 26[31] "Mickey Mouse in Living Color, Volume Two"

"Funny Factory with Mickey"

Donald & Goofy Billposters Clyde Geronimi N/A N/A May 17[31] "The Chronological Donald"
Donald Duck Mr. Duck Steps Out Jack King Carl Barks
Frank Tashlin
Charles Wolcott June 7[31] "The Chronological Donald"

"Mickey & Minnie's Sweetheart Stories" "Best Pals: Donald and Daisy"

First appearance of Daisy Duck. (Original)
Pluto Bone Trouble Jack Kinney Carl Barks Frank Churchill
Paul J. Smith
June 28[31] "The Complete Pluto"
Donald Duck Put-Put Troubles Riley Thomson Carl Barks N/A July 19[31] "The Chronological Donald"
Donald Duck Donald's Vacation Jack King Carl Barks
Jack Hannah
Frank Tashlin
Oliver Wallace August 9[31] "The Chronological Donald"

"Starring Donald"

Mickey Mouse Pluto's Dream House Clyde Geronimi Samuel Armstrong
Frank Tashlin
Leigh Harline August 30[31] "Mickey Mouse in Living Color, Volume Two"
Donald Duck Window Cleaners Jack King Carl Barks
Jack Hannah
Paul J. Smith
Oliver Wallace
September 29[32] "The Chronological Donald"

"Funny Factory with Donald"

Mickey Mouse Mr. Mouse Takes a Trip Clyde Geronimi Roy Williams
Frank Tashlin
Leigh Harline
Oliver Wallace
November 1[32] "Mickey Mouse in Living Color, Volume Two"

""Funny Factory with Mickey"

Goofy Goofy's Glider Jack Kinney Jack Kinney
Ralph Wright
Charles Wolcott November 1[32] "The Complete Goofy"

"Funny Factory with Goofy"

First "How to" Goofy cartoon with instructional speaker voice.
Donald Duck The Fire Chief Jack King Carl Barks
Jack Hannah
Paul J. Smith November 22[32] "The Chronological Donald"
Pluto Pantry Pirate Clyde Geronimi Earl Hurd Leigh Harline
Oliver Wallace
December 27[32] "The Complete Pluto"

1941[edit]

Series Title Director Writer Composer Release Date DVD Release Notes
Donald Duck Timber Jack King Carl Barks
Jack Hannah
Frank Tashlin
Oliver Wallace January 10[33] "The Chronological Donald"
Pluto Pluto's Playmate Norman Ferguson Earl Hurd
Frank Tashlin
Oliver Wallace January 24[33] "The Complete Pluto" First appearance of Salty, the seal
Mickey Mouse The Little Whirlwind Riley Thomson N/A Oliver Wallace February 14[33] "Mickey Mouse in Living Color, Volume Two"

"Starring Mickey"

Mickey's first live mouse ears
Donald Duck Golden Eggs Wilfred Jackson Carl Barks
Jack Hannah
Leigh Harline March 7[33] "The Chronological Donald"

"Starring Donald"

Mickey Mouse A Gentleman's Gentleman Clyde Geronimi N/A Paul J. Smith March 28[33] "The Complete Pluto"
Goofy Baggage Buster Jack Kinney Dick Shaw Leigh Harline April 18[33] "The Complete Goofy"

"Starring Goofy"

Donald Duck A Good Time for a Dime Dick Lundy N/A Leigh Harline May 9[33] "The Chronological Donald"
Mickey Mouse Canine Caddy Clyde Geronimi N/A Paul J. Smith May 30[33] "The Complete Pluto"

"Extreme Sports Fun"

Mickey Mouse The Nifty Nineties Riley Thomson N/A Charles Wolcott June 20[33] "Mickey Mouse in Living Color, Volume Two"

"Mickey & Minnie's Sweetheart Stories" "Best Pals: Mickey and Minnie"

Only appearance of Daisy Duck and Huey, Dewey & Louie in a Mickey Mouse Cartoon.
Donald Duck Early to Bed Jack King Carl Barks
Chuck Couch
Jack Hannah
Oliver Wallace July 11[34] "The Chronological Donald"
Donald Duck Truant Officer Donald Jack King Carl Barks
Jack Hannah
N/A August 1[34] "The Chronological Donald"
Mickey Mouse Orphan's Benefit Riley Thomson N/A Frank Churchill August 22[34] "Mickey Mouse in Living Color, Volume Two"

"Extreme Music Fun"

Remake of the "Orphan's Benefit" black and white cartoon in 1934.
Donald Duck Old MacDonald Duck Jack King Carl Barks
Jack Hannah
Leigh Harline September 12[34] "The Chronological Donald"

"Starring Donald"

Mickey Mouse Lend a Paw Clyde Geronimi N/A Leigh Harline October 3[34] "The Complete Pluto"

The Fox and the Hound (25th Anniversary) Oliver & Company (20th Anniversary) "Holiday Celebration with Mickey & Pals"

A remake of Disney's 1933 film Mickey's Pal Pluto.
Donald Duck Donald's Camera Dick Lundy Chuck Couch N/A October 24[34] "The Chronological Donald"
Goofy The Art of Skiing Jack Kinney Leo Thiele
Ralph Wright
Charles Wolcott November 14[34] "The Complete Goofy"

"Starring Goofy"

First use of the Goofy holler.
Donald Duck Chef Donald Jack King Carl Barks
Jack Hannah
Charles Wolcott December 5[34] "The Chronological Donald"

"Starring Donald"

Goofy The Art of Self Defense Jack Kinney Rex Cox
Leo Thiele
Ralph Wright
Leigh Harline December 26[35] "The Complete Goofy"

1942[edit]

Series Title Director Writer Composer Release Date DVD Release Notes
Donald Duck The Village Smithy Dick Lundy Carl Barks Charles Wolcott January 16[35] "On the Front Lines"

"The Chronological Donald, Volume Two"

Mickey Mouse Mickey's Birthday Party Riley Thomson N/A Charles Wolcott February 6[35] "Mickey Mouse in Living Color, Volume Two" Remake of the 1931 black and white short The Birthday Party.
Pluto Pluto, Junior Clyde Geronimi N/A Leigh Harline February 27[35] "The Complete Pluto"

"Best Pals: Mickey and Pluto"

Mickey Mouse Symphony Hour Riley Thomson N/A Oliver Wallace March 20[35] "Mickey Mouse in Living Color, Volume Two" Mickey's last live mouse ears

Final appearances of Horace Horsecollar, Clarabelle Cow and Clara Cluck, until in Mickey's Christmas Carol (as cameo appearances) and also in another Mickey Mouse cartoon "The Prince and the Pauper". Final cartoon to co-star Mickey and Pete, until in "Mickey's Christmas Carol" as well, but not a cameo, unlike Horace Horsecollar, Clarabelle Cow and Clara Cluck in "Mickey's Christmas Carol".

Donald Duck Donald's Snow Fight Jack King Carl Barks
Harry Reeves
Oliver Wallace April 10[35] "On the Front Lines"

"The Chronological Donald, Volume Two"

Donald Duck Donald Gets Drafted Jack King Carl Barks
Jack Hannah
Harry Reeves
Paul J. Smith May 1[35] "On the Front Lines"

"The Chronological Donald, Volume Two"

Pluto The Army Mascot Clyde Geronimi Carl Barks
Jack Hannah
Frank Churchill May 22[35] "On the Front Lines"

"The Complete Pluto"

Donald Duck Donald's Garden Dick Lundy Ralph Wright Oliver Wallace June 12[35] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Two"
Pluto The Sleep Walker Clyde Geronimi N/A Leigh Harline July 3[35] "The Complete Pluto"
Donald Duck Donald's Gold Mine Dick Lundy Carl Barks
Harry Reeves
Oliver Wallace July 24[36] "On the Front Lines"

"The Chronological Donald, Volume Two"

Pluto T-Bone for Two Clyde Geronimi N/A Oliver Wallace August 14[36] "On the Front Lines"

"The Complete Pluto"

Goofy How to Play Baseball Jack Kinney Sylvia Moberly-Holland Paul J. Smith September 4[36] "The Complete Goofy"

"Extreme Sports Fun"

Donald Duck The Vanishing Private Jack King Carl Barks Oliver Wallace September 25[36] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Two"
Goofy The Olympic Champ Jack Kinney Jack Kinney
Webb Smith
Leo Thiele
Ralph Wright
Paul J. Smith October 9[36] "The Complete Goofy"

"It's a Small World of Fun, Volume 2"

Goofy How to Swim Jack Kinney Webb Smith
Ralph Wright
Paul J. Smith October 23[36] "The Complete Goofy"

"Starring Goofy"

Donald Duck Sky Trooper Jack King Carl Barks Frank Churchill November 6[36] "On the Front Lines"

"The Chronological Donald, Volume Two"

Pluto Pluto at the Zoo Clyde Geronimi N/A Oliver Wallace November 20[37] "The Complete Pluto"
Goofy How to Fish Jack Kinney N/A Paul J. Smith December 4[37] "The Complete Goofy"

"Starring Goofy"

Donald Duck Bellboy Donald Jack King Carl Barks
Jack Hannah
Harry Reeves
Oliver Wallace December 18[37] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Two"

1943[edit]

Series Title Director Writer Composer Release Date DVD Release Notes
Donald Duck Der Fuehrer's Face Jack Kinney Joe Grant
Dick Huemer
Oliver Wallace January 1[37] "On the Front Lines"

"The Chronological Donald, Volume Two"

Donald Duck The Spirit of '43 Jack Kinney Joe Grant
Carl Barks
Oliver Wallace January 8 "On the Front Lines"
One-shot Education for Death Clyde Geronimi Joe Grant Oliver Wallace January 15[37] "On the Front Lines"
Donald Duck Donald's Tire Trouble Dick Lundy Carl Barks
Harry Reeves
Oliver Wallace January 29[37] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Two"
Mickey Mouse Pluto and the Armadillo Clyde Geronimi N/A Oliver Wallace February 19[37] "The Complete Pluto"

"Best Pals: Mickey and Pluto"

Donald Duck The Flying Jalopy Dick Lundy Noma Ree Oliver Wallace March 12[37] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Two"
Pluto Private Pluto Clyde Geronimi N/A Oliver Wallace April 2[37] "On the Front Lines"

"The Complete Pluto"

First appearance of Chip and Dale
Donald Duck Fall Out-Fall In Jack King Carl Barks
Jack Hannah
Paul J. Smith April 23[37] "On the Front Lines"

"The Chronological Donald, Volume Two"

Goofy Victory Vehicles Jack Kinney Webb Smith
Ralph Wright
Oliver Wallace July 30[37] "The Complete Goofy"

"On the Front Lines"

One-shot Reason and Emotion Bill Roberts Joe Grant
Dick Huemer
Edward H. Plumb August 27[38] "On the Front Lines"
Figaro Figaro and Cleo Jack Kinney N/A Leigh Harline
Paul J. Smith
October 15[38] "The Complete Pluto" First cartoon produced in the Figaro series. First appearance of Figaro the cat.
Donald Duck The Old Army Game Jack King Carl Barks
Jack Hannah
Paul J. Smith November 5[38] "On the Front Lines"

"The Chronological Donald, Volume Two"

Donald Duck Home Defense Jack King Carl Barks
Jack Hannah
Paul J. Smith November 26[39] "On the Front Lines"

"The Chronological Donald, Volume Two"

One-shot Chicken Little Clyde Geronimi Dick Huemer Oliver Wallace December 17[39] "On the Front Lines"

"Disney Rarities: Celebrated Shorts: 1920s–1960s"

1944[edit]

Series Title Director Writer Composer Release Date DVD Release Notes
One-shot The Pelican and the Snipe Hamilton Luske Del Connell Oliver Wallace January 7[39] "Disney Rarities: Celebrated Shorts: 1920s–1960s" This short was reissued by RKO few years later.
Goofy How to Be a Sailor Jack Kinney Carl Barks
Jack Kinney
Ralph Wright
Paul J. Smith January 28[39] "The Complete Goofy"

"On the Front Lines"

Donald Duck Trombone Trouble Jack King Carl Barks
Jack Hannah
Paul J. Smith February 18[39] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Two"
Goofy How to Play Golf Jack Kinney N/A Paul J. Smith March 10[39] "The Complete Goofy"
Donald Duck Donald Duck and the Gorilla Jack King N/A Oliver Wallace March 31[39] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Two" First appearance of Ajax.
Donald Duck Contrary Condor Jack King Rex Cox Oliver Wallace April 21[39] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Two"

"Funny Factory with Donald"

Donald Duck Commando Duck Jack King Jack Hannah Oliver Wallace May 12[39] "On the Front Lines"

"The Chronological Donald, Volume Two"

Pluto Springtime for Pluto Charles Nichols Nick George
Eric Gurney
Oliver Wallace June 23[40] "The Complete Pluto" The first Disney short with opening credits.
Donald Duck The Plastics Inventor Jack King Jack Hannah
Dick Shaw
Oliver Wallace September 1[40] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Two" Mickey Mouse's closing theme (a different version) is used instead of Donald's.
Goofy How to Play Football Jack Kinney Rex Cox
Harry Reeves
Oliver Wallace September 15[40] "The Complete Goofy"

"Extreme Sports Fun"

Pluto First Aiders Charles Nichols Rex Cox
Harry Reeves
Paul J. Smith September 22[40] "The Complete Pluto"

"Best Pals: Mickey and Minnie"

Donald Duck Donald's Off Day Jack Hannah Bill Berg
Dick Shaw
Oliver Wallace December 8[40] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Two"

"Funny Factory with Hewey, Dewey & Louie"

1945[edit]

Series Title Director Writer Composer Release Date DVD Release Notes
Goofy Tiger Trouble Jack Kinney Bill Peed Paul J. Smith January 5[41] "The Complete Goofy"

"It's a Small World of Fun, Volume 3"

Donald Duck The Clock Watcher Jack King Rex Cox
Harry Reeves
Oliver Wallace January 26[41] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Two"

"Holiday Celebration with Mickey & Pals"

Pluto Dog Watch Charles Nichols Eric Gurney Oliver Wallace March 16[41] "The Complete Pluto"
Donald Duck The Eyes Have It Jack Hannah Bill Berg
Ralph Wright
Paul J. Smith March 30[41] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Two"
Goofy African Diary Jack Kinney Bill Peed Oliver Wallace April 20[41] "The Complete Goofy"

"It's a Small World of Fun, Volume 1"

Donald Duck Donald's Crime Jack King Ralph Wright Edward Plumb May 11[41] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Two"

"Best Pals: Donald and Daisy"

Goofy Californy 'er Bust Jack Kinney Bill Peed Paul J. Smith July 13[42] "The Complete Goofy"
Pluto Canine Casanova Charles Nichols Harry Reeves
Jesse Marsh
Rex Cox
Oliver Wallace July 27[42] "The Complete Pluto"
Donald Duck Duck Pimples Jack Kinney Virgil Partch
Dick Shaw
Oliver Wallace August 10[42] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Two"
Pluto The Legend of Coyote Rock Charles Nichols Eric Gurney Oliver Wallace August 24[42] "The Complete Pluto" Donald Duck's ending theme is used instead of Pluto's.
Donald & Goofy No Sail Jack Hannah Dick Kinney
Ralph Wright
Oliver Wallace September 7[42] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Two"

"Extreme Adventure Fun"

Goofy Hockey Homicide Jack Kinney Bill Berg
Dick Kinney
Paul J. Smith September 21[42] "The Complete Goofy"
Donald Duck Cured Duck Jack King Roy Williams Oliver Wallace October 26[42] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Two"

"Best Pals: Donald and Daisy"

Pluto Canine Patrol Charles Nichols Harry Reeves
Tom Oreb
Oliver Wallace December 7[43] "The Complete Pluto"
Donald Duck Old Sequoia Jack King Homer Brightman Oliver Wallace December 21[43] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Two"

"Extreme Adventure Fun"

1946[edit]

Series Title Director Writer Composer Release Date DVD Release Notes
Goofy A Knight for a Day Jack Hannah Bill Peed Oliver Wallace March 8[43] "The Complete Goofy"
Pluto Pluto's Kid Brother Charles Nichols Harry Reeves
Jesse Marsh
Oliver Wallace April 12[43] "The Complete Pluto"
Pluto In Dutch Charles Nichols Harry Reeves
Jesse Marsh
Oliver Wallace May 10[43] "The Complete Pluto"

"Mickey & Minnie's Sweetheart Stories" "It's a Small World of Fun, Volume 1"

Goofy's ending theme is used instead of Pluto's.
Mickey Mouse Squatter's Rights Jack Hannah Harry Reeves Oliver Wallace June 7[43] "The Complete Pluto"
Donald Duck Donald's Double Trouble Jack King Roy Williams Oliver Wallace June 28[43] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Two"

"Mickey & Minnie's Sweetheart Stories" "Best Pals: Donald and Daisy"

Pluto The Purloined Pup Charles Nichols Harry Reeves
Jesse Marsh
Oliver Wallace July 19[44] "The Complete Pluto Volume Two"
Donald Duck Wet Paint Jack King Roy Williams Oliver Wallace August 9[44] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Two" Pluto's ending theme is used instead of Donald's.
Donald Duck Dumbell of the Yukon Jack King Harry Reeves
Homer Brightman
Oliver Wallace August 30[44] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Two"
Donald Duck Lighthouse Keeping Jack Hannah Harry Reeves
Jesse Marsh
Oliver Wallace September 20[44] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Two"
Figaro Bath Day Charles Nichols Eric Gurney Oliver Wallace October 11[44] "The Complete Pluto, Volume Two"

"Best Pals: Mickey and Minnie" The Aristocats

Donald & Goofy Frank Duck Brings 'em Back Alive Jack Hannah Dick Kinney Oliver Wallace November 1[44] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Two"
Goofy Double Dribble Jack Hannah Bill Berg
Milt Banta
Oliver Wallace November 29[44] "The Complete Goofy"

"Extreme Sports Fun"

Pluto Pluto's Housewarming Charles Nichols Eric Gurney
Bill de la Torre
Oliver Wallace December 20[45] "The Complete Pluto, Volume Two"

"Best Pals: Mickey and Pluto"

1947[edit]

Series Title Director Writer Composer Release Date DVD Release Notes
Pluto Rescue Dog Charles Nichols Eric Gurney
Bill de la Torre
Oliver Wallace March 21[45] "The Complete Pluto, Volume Two"

"Holiday Celebration with Mickey & Pals"

Donald Duck Straight Shooters Jack Hannah MacDonald MacPherson
Jack Huber
Oliver Wallace April 18[45] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Three"

"Funny Factory with Hewey, Dewey & Louie"

Donald Duck Sleepy Time Donald Jack King Roy Williams Oliver Wallace May 9[45] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Three"

"Best Pals: Donald and Daisy"

Figaro Figaro and Frankie Charles Nichols Eric Gurney
Bill de la Torre
Oliver Wallace May 30[45] "The Complete Pluto, Volume Two"

"Best Pals: Mickey and Minnie"

Final cartoon produced in the Figaro series.
Donald Duck Clown of the Jungle Jack Hannah Ray Patin
Payne Thebaut
Oliver Wallace June 20[45] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Three"
Donald Duck Donald's Dilemma Jack King Roy Williams Oliver Wallace July 11[45] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Three"

"Extreme Music Fun"

*Donald Duck's first opening theme song.
  • Pluto's ending theme is used instead of Donald's.
Donald & Goofy Crazy with the Heat Bob Carlson Ralph Wright
Bill Berg
Oliver Wallace August 1[45] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Three"

"It's a Small World of Fun, Volume 2"

Final Donald and Goofy series. One version of this cartoon uses Goofy's theme music and on "The Chronological Donald, Volume Three", Donald's theme song is used.
Donald Duck Bootle Beetle Jack Hannah Bill Berg
Milt Banta
Oliver Wallace August 22[45] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Three"
Donald Duck Wide Open Spaces Jack King MacDonald MacPherson
Jack Huber
Oliver Wallace September 12[45] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Three"
Mickey Mouse Mickey's Delayed Date Charles Nichols Art Scott Oliver Wallace October 3[45] "Mickey Mouse in Living Color, Volume Two"

"Mickey & Minnie's Sweetheart Stories" "Best Pals: Mickey and Minnie"

Goofy Foul Hunting Jack Hannah Dick Kinney
Bob North
Oliver Wallace October 31[45] "The Complete Goofy"
Pluto Mail Dog Charles Nichols MacDonald MacPherson
Jack Huber
aul J. Smith November 14[45] "The Complete Pluto, Volume Two"
Donald Duck Chip an' Dale Jack Hannah Dick Kinney
Bob North
Oliver Wallace November 28[46] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Three"

"Starring Chip 'n' Dale"

First cartoon to co-star Donald Duck and Chip n Dale.
Pluto Pluto's Blue Note Charles Nichols Milt Schaffer
Jack Huber
Oliver Wallace December 26[46] "The Complete Pluto, Volume Two"

"Extreme Music Fun"

1948[edit]

Series Title Director Writer Composer Release Date DVD Release Notes
Goofy They're Off Jack Hannah Riley Thomson
Campbell Grant
Oliver Wallace January 30[46] "The Complete Goofy"
Goofy The Big Wash Clyde Geronimi Bill Berg
Milt Banta
Oliver Wallace February 27[46] "The Complete Goofy"

"Starring Goofy"

Pluto's end theme is used instead of Goofy's.
Donald Duck Drip Dippy Donald Jack King Nick George Oliver Wallace March 5[46] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Three"
Mickey Mouse Mickey Down Under Charles Nichols MacDonald MacPherson
Jack Huber
Oliver Wallace March 19[46] "Mickey Mouse in Living Color, Volume Two"

"It's a Small World of Fun, Volume 1"

Donald Duck Daddy Duck Jack Hannah Jack Cosgriff
Bob McCormick
Oliver Wallace April 16[46] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Three"

"Funny Factory with Donald"

Goofy's ending theme (a different version) is used instead of Donald's.
Pluto Bone Bandit Charles Nichols Art Scott
Sterling Sturtevant
Oliver Wallace April 30[46] "The Complete Pluto, Volume Two"
Donald Duck Donald's Dream Voice Jack King Roy Williams Oliver Wallace May 21[46] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Three"

"Best Pals: Donald and Daisy"

Pluto Pluto's Purchase Charles Nichols Eric Gurney
Bill de la Torre
Oliver Wallace July 9[46] "The Complete Pluto, Volume Two" Goofy's ending theme is used instead of Pluto's.
Donald Duck The Trial of Donald Duck Jack King Dan MacManus Oliver Wallace July 30[47] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Three" Goofy's ending theme music (a different version) is used instead of Donald's.
Pluto Cat Nap Pluto Charles Nichols Eric Gurney Oliver Wallace August 13[47] "The Complete Pluto, Volume Two"

"Best Pals: Mickey and Pluto"

Donald Duck Inferior Decorator Jack Hannah Lee Morehouse
Bill Moore
Oliver Wallace August 27[47] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Three"

"Starring Donald"

Pluto Pluto's Fledgling Charles Nichols Eric Gurney
Milt Schaffer
Oliver Wallace September 10[47] "The Complete Pluto, Volume Two"

"Best Pals: Mickey and Pluto"

Donald Duck Soup's On Jack Hannah Bill Berg
Milt Banta
Oliver Wallace October 15[47] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Three"

"Funny Factory with Hewey, Dewey & Louie"

Goofy's ending theme is used instead of Donald's.
Donald Duck Three for Breakfast Jack Hannah Nick George Oliver Wallace November 5[47] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Three"

"Starring Chip 'n' Dale"

Mickey Mouse Mickey and the Seal Charles Nichols Nick George
Milt Schaffer
Oliver Wallace December 3[47] "Mickey Mouse in Living Color, Volume Two"

"Funny Factory with Mickey"

Donald Duck Tea for Two Hundred Jack Hannah Nick George
Bill Berg
Oliver Wallace December 24[48] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Three"

1949[edit]

Series Title Director Writer Composer Release Date DVD Release Notes
Pluto Pueblo Pluto Charles Nichols Eric Gurney
Milt Schaffer
Oliver Wallace January 14[48] "The Complete Pluto, Volume Two"

"Best Pals: Mickey and Pluto" "It's a Small World of Fun, Volume 3"

Donald Duck Donald's Happy Birthday Jack Hannah Nick George
Bill Berg
Oliver Wallace February 11[48] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Three"
Pluto Pluto's Surprise Package Charles Nichols Eric Gurney
Milt Schaffer
Oliver Wallace March 4[48] "The Complete Pluto, Volume Two"
Donald Duck Sea Salts Jack Hannah Nick George
Bill Berg
Oliver Wallace April 8[48] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Three"
Pluto Pluto's Sweater Charles Nichols Eric Gurney
Milt Schaffer
Oliver Wallace April 29[48] "The Complete Pluto, Volume Two"

"Best Pals: Mickey and Minnie"

Final Figaro the cat cartoon.
Donald Duck Winter Storage Jack Hannah Nick George
Bill Berg
Oliver Wallace June 3[48] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Three"
Pluto Bubble Bee Charles Nichols Eric Gurney
Milt Schaffer
Oliver Wallace June 24[48] "The Complete Pluto, Volume Two"
Donald Duck Honey Harvester Jack Hannah Nick George
Bill Berg
Oliver Wallace August 5[48] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Three"
Goofy Tennis Racquet Jack Kinney Dick Kinney Oliver Wallace August 26[48] "The Complete Goofy"

"Extreme Sports Fun"

Donald Duck All in a Nutshell Jack Hannah Nick George
Bill Berg
Oliver Wallace September 2[49] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Three"
Goofy Goofy Gymnastics Jack Kinney Dick Kinney Oliver Wallace September 23[49] "The Complete Goofy"

"Extreme Sports Fun"

Donald Duck The Greener Yard Jack Hannah Bill Berg
Milt Banta
Oliver Wallace October 14[49] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Three"
Pluto Sheep Dog Charles Nichols Eric Gurney
Milt Schaffer
Oliver Wallace November 4[49] "The Complete Pluto, Volume Two"
Donald Duck Slide, Donald, Slide Jack Hannah Nick George
Bill Berg
Oliver Wallace November 25[49] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Three"
Donald Duck Toy Tinkers Jack Hannah Harry Reeves
Milt Banta
Paul J. Smith December 16[49] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Three"

"Holiday Celebration with Mickey & Pals"

1950s[edit]

1950[edit]

Series Title Director Writer Composer Release Date DVD Release Notes
Pluto Pluto's Heart Throb Charles Nichols Roy Williams Oliver Wallace January 6[50] "The Complete Pluto, Volume Two"

"Mickey & Minnie's Sweetheart Stories"

Donald Duck Lion Around Jack Hannah Nick George
Bill Berg
Oliver Wallace January 20[50] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Three"

"Funny Factory with Hewey, Dewey & Louie"

Pluto Pluto and the Gopher Charles Nichols Milt Schaffer
Dick Kinney
Oliver Wallace February 10[50] "The Complete Pluto, Volume Two"

"Best Pals: Mickey and Minnie"

N/A The Brave Engineer Jack Kinney Dick Kinney
Dick Shaw
Ken Darby March 3[50] "Disney Rarities: Celebrated Shorts: 1920s–1960s"

Disney's American Legends

Donald Duck Crazy Over Daisy Jack Hannah Roy Williams
Milt Banta
Oliver Wallace March 24[50] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Three"

"Best Pals: Donald and Daisy"

Only cartoon to co-star Daisy Duck and Chip 'n' Dale.
Pluto Wonder Dog Charles Nichols Bill Peed
Milt Banta
Oliver Wallace April 7[50] "The Complete Pluto, Volume Two"
Donald Duck Trailer Horn Jack Hannah Roy Williams Paul J. Smith April 28[50] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Three"

"Extreme Adventure Fun"

Pluto Primitive Pluto Charles Nichols Eric Gurney
Bill de la Torre
Oliver Wallace May 26[50] "The Complete Pluto, Volume Two"
Pluto Puss Cafe Charles Nichols Milt Schaffer
Dick Kinney
Paul J. Smith June 9[50] "The Complete Pluto, Volume Two"

Oliver & Company (20th Anniversary)

Goofy Motor Mania Jack Kinney Milt Schaffer
Dick Kinney
Paul J. Smith June 30[51] "The Complete Goofy"
Pluto Pests of the West Charles Nichols Milt Schaffer
Dick Kinney
Paul J. Smith July 21[51] "The Complete Pluto, Volume Two"
Pluto Food for Feudin' Charles Nichols Milt Schaffer
Dick Kinney
Paul J. Smith August 11[51] "The Complete Pluto, Volume Two"

"Starring Chip 'n' Dale" Disney's Have a Laugh!, Volume One"

Donald Duck Hook, Lion and Sinker Jack Hannah Nick George
Bill Berg
Paul J. Smith September 1[51] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Three"
Pluto Camp Dog Charles Nichols Milt Schaffer
Dick Kinney
Paul J. Smith September 22[51] "The Complete Pluto, Volume Two"
Donald Duck Bee at the Beach Jack Hannah Milt Schaffer
Dick Kinney
Joseph S. Dubin October 13[51] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Three"

"Starring Donald"

Goofy Hold That Pose Jack Kinney Milt Schaffer
Dick Kinney
Paul J. Smith November 3[51] "The Complete Goofy"

"Starring Goofy"

N/A Morris the Midget Moose Jack Hannah Nick George
Bill Berg
Oliver Wallace November 24[51] "Disney Rarities: Celebrated Shorts: 1920s–1960s"

"Timeless Tales, Volume Three"

Donald Duck Out on a Limb Jack Hannah Nick George
Bill Berg
Joseph S. Dubin December 15[52] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Three"

"Starring Chip 'n' Dale"

1951[edit]

Series Title Director Writer Composer Release Date DVD Release Notes
Goofy Lion Down Jack Kinney Milt Schaffer
Dick Kinney
Paul J. Smith January 5[52] "The Complete Goofy"

"Starring Goofy"

Chip 'n' Dale Chicken in the Rough Jack Hannah Nick George
Bill Berg
Joseph S. Dubin January 19[52] "Starring Chip 'n' Dale" First Chip and Dale cartoon in their own series. Most of their cartoons before were in the Donald Duck series.
Pluto Cold Storage Jack Kinney Milt Schaffer
Dick Kinney
Joseph S. Dubin February 9[52] "The Complete Pluto, Volume Two"
Donald Duck Dude Duck Jack Hannah Ralph Wright
Riley Thompson
Paul J. Smith March 2[52] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Four"
Goofy Home Made Home Jack Kinney Milt Schaffer
Dick Kinney
Joseph S. Dubin March 23[52] "The Complete Goofy"
Donald Duck Corn Chips Jack Hannah Nick George
Bill Berg
Oliver Wallace April 6[52] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Four"

"Holiday Celebration with Mickey & Pals"

Goofy Cold War Jack Kinney Milt Schaffer
Dick Kinney
Joseph S. Dubin April 20[52] "The Complete Goofy"
Pluto Plutopia Charles Nichols Ralph Wright
Al Bertino
Joseph S. Dubin May 18[52] "Mickey Mouse in Living Color, Volume Two"

"The Complete Pluto, Volume Two" "Best Pals: Mickey and Pluto"

Donald Duck Test Pilot Donald Jack Hannah Nick George
Bill Berg
Paul J. Smith June 8[52] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Four"
Goofy Tomorrow We Diet! Jack Kinney Milt Schaffer
Dick Kinney
Joseph S. Dubin June 29[52] "The Complete Goofy"
Donald Duck Lucky Number Jack Hannah Nick George
Bill Berg
Paul J. Smith July 20[52] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Four"

"Funny Factory with Hewey, Dewey & Louie"

Mickey Mouse R'Coon Dawg Charles Nichols Ralph Wright
Al Bertino
Paul J. Smith August 10[53] "Mickey Mouse in Living Color, Volume Two"

"Funny Factory with Mickey"

Goofy Get Rich Quick Jack Kinney Milt Schaffer
Dick Kinney
Paul J. Smith August 31[53] "The Complete Goofy"
Pluto Cold Turkey Charles Nichols Leo Salkin
Al Bertino
Paul J. Smith September 21[53] "The Complete Pluto, Volume Two" Final cartoon produced in the Pluto series. The final appearance of Milton the Cat.
Goofy Fathers Are People Jack Kinney Milt Schaffer
Dick Kinney
Paul J. Smith October 26[53] "The Complete Goofy"
Donald Duck Out of Scale Jack Hannah Nick George
Bill Berg
Paul J. Smith November 2[53] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Four"

"Starring Chip 'n' Dale"

Goofy No Smoking Jack Kinney Milt Schaffer
Dick Kinney
Paul J. Smith November 23[53] "The Complete Goofy"
Donald Duck Bee on Guard Jack Hannah Nick George
Bill Berg
Oliver Wallace December 14[53] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Four"

1952[edit]

Series Title Director Writer Composer Release Date DVD Release Notes
Goofy Father's Lion Jack Kinney Milt Schaffer
Dick Kinney
Joseph S. Dubin January 4[54] "The Complete Goofy"

"Funny Factory with Goofy"

Donald Duck Donald Applecore Jack Hannah Nick George
Bill Berg
Joseph S. Dubin January 18[54] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Four"

Melody Time (Gold Classic Collection)

Goofy Hello Aloha Jack Kinney Milt Schaffer
Dick Kinney
Harry Owens February 8[54] "The Complete Goofy"

"Extreme Adventure Fun" "It's a Small World of Fun, Volume 3"

Chip 'n' Dale Two Chips and a Miss Jack Hannah Nick George
Bill Berg
Joseph S. Dubin February 29[54] "Starring Chip 'n' Dale"
Goofy Man's Best Friend Jack Kinney Milt Banta
Al Bertino
Joseph S. Dubin March 21[54] "The Complete Goofy"

"Funny Factory with Goofy"

N/A Lambert the Sheepish Lion Jack Hannah Bill Peet
Ralph Wright
Milt Banta
Joseph S. Dubin April 4[54] "Disney Rarities: Celebrated Shorts: 1920s–1960s"

The Fox and the Hound (25th Anniversary) Melody Time (Gold Classic Collection)

Donald Duck Let's Stick Together Jack Hannah Nick George
Al Bertino
Oliver Wallace April 25[54] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Four"
Goofy Two Gun Goofy Jack Kinney Brice Mack
Dick Kinney
Paul J. Smith May 16[54] "The Complete Goofy"
N/A Susie the Little Blue Coupe Clyde Geronimi Bill Peet
Don da Gradi
Paul J. Smith June 6[54] "It's a Small World of Fun, Volume 2"

The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad (Gold Collection)

Goofy Teachers are People Jack Kinney Brice Mack
Dick Kinney
Oliver Wallace June 27[54] "The Complete Goofy"
Donald Duck Uncle Donald's Ants Jack Hannah Nick George
Al Bertino
Joseph S. Dubin July 18[54] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Four"
N/A The Little House Wilfred Jackson Bill Peet
Bill Cottrell
Paul J. Smith August 8[54] "Disney Rarities: Celebrated Shorts: 1920s–1960s"

"It's a Small World of Fun, Volume 4"

Mickey Mouse Pluto's Party Milt Schaffer Bill Berg
Leo Salkin
Oliver Wallace September 12[55] "Mickey Mouse in Living Color, Volume Two"

"Best Pals: Mickey and Pluto"

Donald Duck Trick or Treat Jack Hannah Ralph Wright Paul J. Smith October 10[55] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Four"
Goofy Two Weeks Vacation Jack Kinney Al Bertino Oliver Wallace October 31[55] "The Complete Goofy"

"Extreme Adventure Fun"

Mickey Mouse Pluto's Christmas Tree Jack Hannah Bill Berg
Milt Schaffer
Joseph S. Dubin November 21[55] "Mickey Mouse in Living Color, Volume Two"

"Classic Holiday Stories"

Final appearance of Donald Duck and Goofy in a Mickey Mouse Cartoon.

Only appearance of Chip 'n' Dale in a Mickey Mouse Cartoon. Final appearance of Minnie Mouse, until in "Mickey's Christmas Carol"

Goofy How to Be a Detective Jack Kinney Brice Mack
Dick Kinney
Joseph S. Dubin December 12[55] "The Complete Goofy"

1953[edit]

Series Title Director Writer Composer Release Date DVD Release Notes
Goofy Father's Day Off Jack Kinney Brice Mack
Dick Kinney
Paul J. Smith March 27[56] "The Complete Goofy"

"Starring Goofy"

Mickey Mouse The Simple Things Charles Nichols Bill Berg Paul J. Smith April 17[56] "Mickey Mouse in Living Color, Volume Two" *Last Mickey Mouse short produced by Walt Disney.
  • Final appearance of Mickey Mouse & Pluto, until in "Mickey's Christmas Carol" and "The Prince and the Pauper".
Goofy For Whom the Bulls Toil Jack Kinney Brice Mack
Dick Kinney
Rafael Mendez
Joseph S. Dubin
May 8[56] "The Complete Goofy"

"It's a Small World of Fun, Volume 4"

Donald Duck Don's Fountain of Youth Jack Hannah Ralph Wright Joseph S. Dubin May 29[56] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Four"

"Funny Factory with Huey, Dewey & Louie"

Adventures in Music Melody Ward Kimball
Charles Nichols
Dick Huemer Joseph S. Dubin
Sonny Burke
Paul Webster
June 11[57] "Disney Rarities: Celebrated Shorts: 1920s–1960s"

"Fantasia 2000"

First of two Adventures in Music shorts. Released in 3-D. First appearance Of Professor Owl.
Goofy Father's Weekend Jack Kinney Brice Mack
Dick Kinney
Joseph S. Dubin June 19[56] "The Complete Goofy"

"Funny Factory with Goofy"

Goofy How to Dance Jack Kinney Milt Schaffer
Dick Kinney
Firehouse Five Plus Two
Joseph S. Dubin
July 10[57] "The Complete Goofy"

"Starring Goofy" "Extreme Music Fun"

Donald Duck The New Neighbor Jack Hannah Nick George
Milt Schaffer
Edward Plumb July 31[57] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Four"
N/A Football (Now and Then) Jack Kinney Lance Nolley Edward Plumb October 2[57] "Disney Rarities: Celebrated Shorts: 1920s–1960s"
Donald Duck Rugged Bear Jack Hannah Al Bertino
Dave Detiege
Oliver Wallace October 23[57] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Four"
Adventures in Music Toot, Whistle, Plunk and Boom Ward Kimball
Charles Nichols
Dick Huemer Joseph S. Dubin
Sonny Burke
Jack Elliot
November 10 "Disney Rarities: Celebrated Shorts: 1920s–1960s"

"Fantasia 2000"

*Second of two Adventures in Music shorts.
  • First Disney cartoon produced in 2:35.1 CinemaScope.
  • First short distributed by Disney's own distribution firm Buena Vista.
N/A Ben and Me Hamilton Luske Bill Peet
Ted Sears (story adaptation)
Winston Hibler (story adaptation)
Oliver Wallace November 11 "Disney Rarities: Celebrated Shorts: 1920s–1960s"

"Timeless Tales, Volume Three"

Received an Academy Award Nomination in the Short Subject (Two-reel) category.
Donald Duck Working for Peanuts Jack Hannah Nick George
Roy Williams
Oliver Wallace November 13[58] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Four"

"Starring Chip 'n' Dale"

Released in 3-D
Goofy How to Sleep Jack Kinney Nick George
Roy Williams
Edward Plumb December 4[58] "The Complete Goofy"
Donald Duck Canvas Back Duck Jack Hannah Jack Kinney
Bill Berg
Oliver Wallace December 25[58] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Four"

"Funny Factory with Donald"

*Final cartoon to co-star Donald and Pete.
  • Only cartoon to co-star Huey, Dewey & Louie and Pete.

1954[edit]

Series Title Director Writer Composer Release Date DVD Release Notes
Donald Duck Spare the Rod Jack Hannah Nick George
Roy Williams
Oliver Wallace January 15[58] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Four" Cameo appearance of Casey Jr.(Black Train).
Donald Duck Donald's Diary Jack Kinney Brice Mack
Dick Kinney
Edward Plumb March 5[58] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Four"

"Best Pals: Donald and Daisy"

Chip 'n' Dale The Lone Chipmunks Jack Kinney Milt Schaffer
Dick Kinney
Oliver Wallace April 16[59] Davy Crockett (2-movie set) Last cartoon produced in the Chip 'n' Dale series. Only cartoon to co-star Chip 'n' Dale and Pete. Final appearance of Pete, until in "Mickey's Christmas Carol".
N/A Pigs Is Pigs Jack Kinney Leo Salkin Oliver Wallace May 21[59] "Disney Rarities: Celebrated Shorts: 1920s–1960s"
N/A Casey Bats Again Jack Kinney Brice Mack
Dick Kinney
Oliver Wallace June 18[59] Melody Time (Gold Classic Collection)
Donald Duck Dragon Around Jack Hannah Nick George
Roy Williams
Oliver Wallace July 16[59] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Four"

"Starring Chip 'n' Dale"

Donald Duck Grin and Bear It Jack Hannah Al Bertino
Dave Detiege
Oliver Wallace August 13[59] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Four" First appearances of ranger J. Audubon Woodlore & Humphrey, the bear
N/A Social Lion Jack Kinney Milt Schaffer
Dick Kinney
Oliver Wallace October 15[60] "Disney Rarities: Celebrated Shorts: 1920s–1960s" 2 cartoon appearance of Lambert Lion.

Final Goofy's Theme (1950-1954).

Donald Duck The Flying Squirrel Jack Hannah Nick George
Roy Williams
Oliver Wallace November 19[60] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Four"
Donald Duck Grand Canyonscope Charkes Nichols Milt Schaffer
Nick George
Oliver Wallace December 23 "The Chronological Donald, Volume Four" Produced in 2:35.1 CinemaScope
  • Final cartoon to co-star Donald Duck and Louie the Mountain Lion.
  • Only cartoon to co-star Louie and J. Audubon Woodlore.
  • Final appearance of Louie the Mountain Lion.

1955[edit]

Series Title Director Writer Composer Release Date DVD Release Notes
Donald Duck No Hunting Jack Hannah Dick Shaw
Bill Berg
Milt Schaffer
Oliver Wallace January 14[61] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Four" Produced in 2:35.1 CinemaScope. Donald Duck's final solo cartoon.
Donald Duck Bearly Asleep Jack Hannah Al Bertino
Dave Detiege
Oliver Wallace August 19[61] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Four" Produced in 2:35.1 CinemaScope
Donald Duck Beezy Bear Jack Hannah Al Bertino
Dave Detiege
Oliver Wallace September 2[61] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Four" Produced in 2:35.1 CinemaScope
Donald Duck Up a Tree Jack Hannah Milt Schaffer
Dick Kinney
Oliver Wallace September 23[61] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Four"

1956[edit]

Series Title Director Writer Composer Release Date DVD Release Notes
Donald Duck Chips Ahoy Jack Kinney Milt Schaffer
Dick Kinney
Oliver Wallace February 24[62] "The Chronological Donald, Volume Four" Produced in 2:35.1 CinemaScope

Last Donald Duck short to be distributed by RKO. Final appearance of Chip and Dale, until in "Mickey's Christmas Carol". Final cartoon to co-star Donald Duck, Chip and Dale.

Humphrey the Bear Hooked Bear Jack Hannah Al Bertino
Dave Detiege
Oliver Wallace April 27[62] "Disney Rarities: Celebrated Shorts: 1920s–1960s" Produced in 2:35.1 CinemaScope
Donald Duck How to Have an Accident in the Home Charles Nichols Bill Berg
Jack Kinney
Oliver Wallace July 8 "The Chronological Donald, Volume Four" Produced in 2:35.1 CinemaScope
First Donald Duck short to be distributed by Disney's own distribution firm Buena Vista.
N/A Jack and Old Mac Bill Justice Dick Kinney
Roy Williams
George Bruns July 18 "Disney Rarities: Celebrated Shorts: 1920s–1960s"
Humphrey the Bear In the Bag Jack Hannah Al Bertino
Dave Detiege
George Bruns July 27[62] "Disney Rarities: Celebrated Shorts: 1920s–1960s" Last short produced in 2:35.1 CinemaScope
Last short Distributed by RKO Radio Pictures. Final appearances of ranger J. Audubon Woodlore & Humphrey, the bear.
N/A A Cowboy Needs a Horse Bill Justice Dick Kinney
Roy Williams
George Bruns November 6 "Disney Rarities: Celebrated Shorts: 1920s–1960s"

"It's a Small World of Fun, Volume 1"

1957-1959[edit]

Series Title Director Writer Composer Release Date DVD Release Notes
N/A The Story of Anyburg, U.S.A. Clyde Geronimi Dick Huemer Joseph S. Dubin June 19, 1957 "Disney Rarities: Celebrated Shorts: 1920s–1960s"
N/A The Truth About Mother Goose Wolfgang Reitherman
Bill Justice
Bill Peet George Bruns August 28, 1957 "Disney Rarities: Celebrated Shorts: 1920s–1960s"
N/A Paul Bunyan Les Clark Lance Nolley
Ted Berman
George Bruns August 1, 1958 "Disney Rarities: Celebrated Shorts: 1920s–1960s"

"Disney's American Legends"

Donald Duck Donald in Mathmagic Land Hamilton Luske Milt Banta
Bill Berg
Heinz Haber
Buddy Baker June 26, 1959 "The Chronological Donald, Volume Four"

Donald in Mathmagic Land

Received an Academy Award Nomination in the Documentary (short subject) category.
Donald Duck How to Have an Accident at Work Charles Nichols Bill Berg
Jack Kinney
Oliver Wallace September 2, 1959 "The Chronological Donald, Volume Four" Final appearance of Daisy Duck (cameo as Donald's unnamed wife), until in "Mickey's Christmas Carol".
N/A Noah's Ark Bill Justice T. Hee George Bruns November 10, 1959 "Disney Rarities: Celebrated Shorts: 1920s–1960s" First Stop-motion film created by Walt Disney Studio.

1960s[edit]

Series Title Director Writer Composer Release Date DVD Release Notes
N/A Goliath II Wolfgang Reitherman Bill Peet George Bruns January 21, 1960 "Disney Rarities: Celebrated Shorts: 1920s–1960s"

"It's a Small World of Fun, Volume 1"

In theaters with Toby Tyler
N/A The Saga of Windwagon Smith C. August Nichols Lance Nolley
C. August Nichols
George Bruns March 16, 1961 "Disney Rarities: Celebrated Shorts: 1920s–1960s"
Donald Duck Donald and the Wheel Hamilton Luske Bill Berg Buddy Baker June 21, 1961 "The Chronological Donald, Volume Four"
Donald Duck The Litterbug Hamilton Luske Bill Berg
Lance Nolley
Buddy Baker June 21, 1961 "The Chronological Donald, Volume Four" Final cartoon produced in the Donald Duck series.
Goofy Aquamania Wolfgang Reitherman Vance Gerry
Ralph Wright
Buddy Baker December 20, 1961 "The Complete Goofy"

"Funny Factory with Goofy"

Final cartoon produced in the Goofy series.
N/A A Symposium on Popular Songs Bill Justice Xavier Atencio Sherman Brothers
Camarata
December 19, 1962 "Disney Rarities: Celebrated Shorts: 1920s–1960s" Only appearance of Ludwig Von Drake in a theatrical product. Film combines traditional animation with stop-motion.
Goofy Freewayphobia Les Clark William R. Bosché George Bruns February 13, 1965
Goofy Goofy's Freeway Troubles Les Clark William R. Bosché George Bruns September 22, 1965 Final appearance of Goofy, until in "Mickey's Christmas Carol"
Winnie the Pooh Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree* Wolfgang Reitherman Ralph Wright
Xavier Atencio
Ken Anderson
Vance Gerry
Larry Clemmons
Dick Lucas
Sherman Brothers
Buddy Baker
February 4, 1966 In theaters with The Ugly Dachshund. Edited into The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh. Last short released in Walt Disney's lifetime.
N/A Scrooge McDuck and Money Hamilton Luske Bill Berg Mel Leven
Franklyn Marks
March 23, 1967 Only appearance of Scrooge McDuck., until in "Mickey's Christmas Carol"

Final appearances of Huey, Dewey & Louie, until in "Mickey's Christmas Carol"

Winnie the Pooh Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day Wolfgang Reitherman Winston Hibler
Ralph Wright
Vance Gerry
Julius Svendsen
Larry Clemmons
Sherman Brothers
Buddy Baker
December 20, 1968 Pooh's Grand Adventure: The Search for Christopher Robin In theaters with The Horse in the Gray Flannel Suit. Last short produced by Walt Disney. Edited into The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh.
N/A It's Tough to Be a Bird Ward Kimball Ted Berman
Ward Kimball
George Bruns December 10, 1969

Other shorts[edit]

Various exclusive, commercial, government-comissioned, educational, and non-theatrical shorts.

Series Title Director Release Date DVD Release Notes
Mickey Mouse* Minnie's Yoo Hoo Walt Disney 1930 "Mickey Mouse in Black and White" Mickey invites the audience to join him in singing "Minnie's Yoo Hoo"
Produced for exclusive clubs
Mickey Mouse* Parade of the Award Nominees November 18, 1932[63] "Mickey Mouse in Living Color" Special production, Produced for the 5th Academy Awards; not released theatrically.
First appearances of Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Clarabelle Cow and Pluto in color.
Mickey Mouse* Mickey's Surprise Party February 18, 1939 "Mickey Mouse in Living Color" *Commercial short produced for National Biscuit company.
Mickey Mouse* The Standard Parade December 31, 1939 "Mickey Mouse in Living Color, Volume Two" *Commercial short produced for Standard Oil.
Donald Duck* The Volunteer Worker September 1, 1940 "The Chronological Donald"

"The Chronological Donald, Volume Two"

*Commercial short produced for Community Chest.
NFBC* The Thrifty Pig Ford Beebe November 19, 1941 "On the Front Lines" *Produced for National Film Board of Canada, propaganda short encouraging Canadians to buy War Bonds
NFBC* Seven Wise Dwarfs Ford Beebe December 12, 1941 "On the Front Lines" *Produced for National Film Board of Canada, propaganda short encouraging Canadians to buy War Bonds
NFBC - Donald Duck* Donald's Decision January 11, 1942 "On the Front Lines" Produced for National Film Board of Canada, propaganda short encouraging Canadians to buy War Bonds
NFBC - Mickey Mouse* All Together January 13, 1942 "On the Front Lines" Produced for National Film Board of Canada, propaganda short encouraging Canadians to buy War Bonds
WAC - Donald Duck* The New Spirit Wilfred Jackson January 23, 1942 "On the Front Lines" Produced for US Treasury Department. Distributed by the War Activities Committee. Received an Academy Award Nomination in the Documentary category.
N/A Food Will Win the War July 21, 1942 "On the Front Lines" Non-theatrical government - war short

Produced for U.S. Department of Agriculture

WAC - Pluto* Out of the Frying Pan Into the Firing Line Ben Sharpsteen July 30, 1942 "On the Front Lines" *Wartime Propaganda short starring Pluto and Minnie Mouse.

Produced for the War Activities Committee

N/A Stop That Tank (aka: Boys Anti-Tank Rifle) Ub Iwerks ?.?.1942 "Walt Disney Treasures: Wave Three" War propaganda short produced for the National Film Board of Canada
Donald Duck* The Spirit of '43 Jack King January 7, 1943 "On the Front Lines" produced for US Treasury Department
N/A The Grain That Built a Hemisphere Bill Roberts January 4, 1943 "On the Front Lines" Non-theatrical government - war short

Produced for Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs. Received an Academy Award Nomination in the Documentary category.

N/A Water, Friend or Enemy Clyde Geronimi April 6, 1943 Non-theatrical government - war short

Sponsored by Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs.

N/A Defense Against Invasion August 11, 1943 "On the Front Lines" Non-theaterical government - war short

Produced for Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs Produced on higher budget than most other shorts produced for Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs.

N/A The Winged Scourge Bill Roberts November 5, 1943 Featuring the Seven Dwarfs
A Few Quick Facts* Voting for Service Men overseas ?.?.1944 Non-theatrical government - war short

Produced for US Army

A Few Quick Facts* Venereal Disease ?.?.1944 Non-theatrical government - war short

Produced for US Army Lost film

N/A The Right Spark Plug in the Right Place February 12, 1945 Non-theatrical industrial short

Produced for Electric Auto-Lite Company.

A Few Quick Facts Another Change ?.?.1945 Non-theatrical governmental short

Produced for US Army

N/A The Dawn of Better Living May 28, 1945 Non-theatrical industrial short

Produced for Westinghouse Electric

N/A Something You Didn't Eat June 11, 1945 Non-theatrical industrial short

Produced for Cereal Institute

Health for the Americas Hookworm June 30, 1945 Non-theatrical government - war short

Produced for Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs

Health for the Americas Insects as Carriers of Disease June 30, 1945 Non-theatrical government - war short

Produced for Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs

Health for the Americas Cleanliness Brings Health June 30, 1945 "On the Front Lines" Non-theatrical government - war short

Produced for Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs

Health for the Americas Infant Care and Feeding July 31, 1945 Non-theatrical government - war short

Produced for Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs

N/A Hold Your Horsepower August 8, 1945 Non-theatrical industrial short

Produced for The Texans Company

Health for the Americas The Human Body August 13, 1945 Non-theatrical government - war short

Produced for Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs

Health for the Americas What Is Disease? [a.k.a. The Unseen Enemy] August 13, 1945 Non-theatrical government - war short

Produced for Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs

Health for the Americas Tuberculosis August 13, 1945 Non-theatrical government - war short

Produced for Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs alternative version is known to exist.

Health for the Americas How Disease Travels August 22, 1945 Non-theatrical government - war short

Produced for Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs

N/A Light Is What You Make It December 3, 1945 Non-theatrical Industrial short

Produced for National Better Light Better Sight Bureau

N/A The ABC of Hand Tools February 5, 1946 Non-theatrical industrial short

Produced for General Motors

N/A The Building of a Tire February 14, 1946 Non-theatrical industrial short

Produced for Firestone Tire and Rubber Company

N/A Bathing Time for Baby March 12, 1946 Non-theatrical industrial short

produced for Johnson & Johnson

Health for the Americas Planning for Good Eating April 3, 1946 "On the Front Lines" Non-theatrical governmental short

Produced for Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs

Health for the Americas Environmental Sanitation April 3, 1946 Non-theatrical governmental short

Produced for Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs

Pluto* A Feather in His Collar Charles Nichols August 7, 1946 "Disney Rarities: Celebrated Shorts: 1920s–1960s" Commercial short
*Produced for Community Chests of America
N/A Treasure from the Sea September 30, 1946 Non-theatrical industrial short

produced for Dow Chemical Company Lost Film

N/A The Story of Menstruation October 18, 1946 Non-theatrical industrial short

produced for Kimberly-Clark and International Cellu-Cotton Company

N/A How to Catch a Cold September 5, 1951 Commercial short

Produced for Kleenex Tissue

Donald Duck Donald's Fire Survival Plan Les Clark May 5, 1965 Created by Walt Disney Educational and distributed to Schools
Donald Duck Steel and America Les Clark May 5, 1965 Donald Duck, Non-Theatrical cartoon produced for the American Iron and Steel Institute
Donald Duck Family Planning December 1, 1967 Donald Duck (host), Non-theatrical and mostly shown in Latin America
Triangle of Health Steps Toward Maturity and Health Les Clark June 1968 Created by Walt Disney Educational and distributed to Schools
Upjohn's Triangle of Health Understanding Stresses and Strains Les Clark June 1968 Created by Walt Disney Educational and distributed to Schools
Upjohn's Triangle of Health Physical Fitness and Good Health Les Clark August 1969 Created by Walt Disney Educational and distributed to Schools
Upjohn's Triangle of Health The Social Side of Health Les Clark August 1969 Created by Walt Disney Educational and distributed to Schools
What Should I Do? The Fight Les Clark August 1969 Created by Walt Disney Educational and distributed to Schools
What Should I Do? The Game Les Clark December 1969 Created by Walt Disney Educational and distributed to Schools

References[edit]

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  4. Harrison's Reports (1930)
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  6. Motion Picture Herald (Oct 1931)
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  8. Harrison's Reports (1931)
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  16. 16.0 16.1 16.2 16.3 16.4 Motion Picture Herald (12/23/1933)
  17. 17.0 17.1 17.2 17.3 17.4 17.5 17.6 17.7 17.8 Motion Picture Herald (6/30/1934)
  18. 18.0 18.1 18.2 18.3 Motion Picture Herald (10/27/1934; Shorts)
  19. 19.0 19.1 19.2 Motion Picture Herald (12/29/1934)
  20. 20.0 20.1 20.2 20.3 20.4 20.5 20.6 20.7 20.8 20.9 Motion Picture Herald (8/31/1935)
  21. 21.0 21.1 Harrison's Reports (1935)
  22. 22.0 22.1 22.2 22.3 22.4 Motion Picture Herald (12/28/1935)
  23. 23.0 23.1 Motion Picture Herald (06/27/1936)
  24. 24.0 24.1 24.2 24.3 24.4 24.5 24.6 24.7 24.8 24.9 Motion Picture Herald (10/31/1936)
  25. 25.0 25.1 25.2 25.3 25.4 25.5 25.6 25.7 25.8 Motion Picture Herald (6/26/1937)
  26. 26.00 26.01 26.02 26.03 26.04 26.05 26.06 26.07 26.08 26.09 26.10 26.11 Motion Picture Herald (12/26/1937)
  27. 27.00 27.01 27.02 27.03 27.04 27.05 27.06 27.07 27.08 27.09 27.10 27.11 27.12 27.13 27.14 27.15 27.16 Motion Picture Herald (10/22/1938)
  28. Motion Picture Herald (12/31/1938)
  29. 29.0 29.1 29.2 29.3 29.4 29.5 Motion Picture Herald (4/29/1939)
  30. 30.0 30.1 30.2 30.3 30.4 30.5 30.6 Motion Picture Herald (12/30/1939)
  31. 31.0 31.1 31.2 31.3 31.4 31.5 31.6 31.7 31.8 Motion Picture Herald (8/31/1940)
  32. 32.0 32.1 32.2 32.3 32.4 BoxOffice Magazine (12/28/1940)
  33. 33.0 33.1 33.2 33.3 33.4 33.5 33.6 33.7 33.8 BoxOffice Magazine (7/26/1941)
  34. 34.0 34.1 34.2 34.3 34.4 34.5 34.6 34.7 BoxOffice Magazine (12/27/1941)
  35. 35.0 35.1 35.2 35.3 35.4 35.5 35.6 35.7 35.8 35.9 BoxOffice Magazine (7/25/1942)
  36. 36.0 36.1 36.2 36.3 36.4 36.5 36.6 BoxOffice Magazine (12/26/1942)
  37. 37.00 37.01 37.02 37.03 37.04 37.05 37.06 37.07 37.08 37.09 37.10 BoxOffice Magazine (7/31/1943)
  38. 38.0 38.1 38.2 BoxOffice Magazine (12/25/1943)
  39. 39.0 39.1 39.2 39.3 39.4 39.5 39.6 39.7 39.8 BoxOffice Magazine (7/22/1944)
  40. 40.0 40.1 40.2 40.3 40.4 BoxOffice Magazine (12/22/1944)
  41. 41.0 41.1 41.2 41.3 41.4 41.5 BoxOffice Magazine (7/28/1945)
  42. 42.0 42.1 42.2 42.3 42.4 42.5 42.6 BoxOffice Magazine (12/22/1945)
  43. 43.0 43.1 43.2 43.3 43.4 43.5 43.6 BoxOffice Magazine (7/27/1946)
  44. 44.0 44.1 44.2 44.3 44.4 44.5 44.6 BoxOffice Magazine (12/28/1946)
  45. 45.00 45.01 45.02 45.03 45.04 45.05 45.06 45.07 45.08 45.09 45.10 45.11 45.12 BoxOffice Magazine (10/4/1947)
  46. 46.0 46.1 46.2 46.3 46.4 46.5 46.6 46.7 46.8 46.9 BoxOffice Magazine (7/31/1948)
  47. 47.0 47.1 47.2 47.3 47.4 47.5 47.6 BoxOffice Magazine (12/25/1948)
  48. 48.0 48.1 48.2 48.3 48.4 48.5 48.6 48.7 48.8 48.9 BoxOffice Magazine (7/30/1949)
  49. 49.0 49.1 49.2 49.3 49.4 49.5 BoxOffice Magazine (12/31/1949)
  50. 50.0 50.1 50.2 50.3 50.4 50.5 50.6 50.7 50.8 BoxOffice Magazine (7/29/1950)
  51. 51.0 51.1 51.2 51.3 51.4 51.5 51.6 51.7 BoxOffice Magazine (12/30/1950)
  52. 52.00 52.01 52.02 52.03 52.04 52.05 52.06 52.07 52.08 52.09 52.10 52.11 BoxOffice Magazine (7/28/1951)
  53. 53.0 53.1 53.2 53.3 53.4 53.5 53.6 BoxOffice Magazine (12/29/1951)
  54. 54.00 54.01 54.02 54.03 54.04 54.05 54.06 54.07 54.08 54.09 54.10 54.11 BoxOffice Magazine (10/4/1952)
  55. 55.0 55.1 55.2 55.3 55.4 BoxOffice Magazine (3/28/1953)
  56. 56.0 56.1 56.2 56.3 56.4 BoxOffice Magazine (7/25/1953)
  57. 57.0 57.1 57.2 57.3 57.4 BoxOffice Magazine (12/26/1953)
  58. 58.0 58.1 58.2 58.3 58.4 BoxOffice Magazine (3/27/1954)
  59. 59.0 59.1 59.2 59.3 59.4 BoxOffice Magazine (12/18/1954)
  60. 60.0 60.1 BoxOffice Magazine (7/30/1955)
  61. 61.0 61.1 61.2 61.3 Motion Picture Exhibitor (10/26/1955)
  62. 62.0 62.1 62.2 Motion Picture Exhibitor (8/22/1956)
  63. "The 5th Academy Awards - 1933"


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