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Plane Crazy
Background information
Director: Walt Disney, Ub Iwerks
Writer: Walt Disney
Song writer:
Animator(s): Ub Iwerks,

Hugh Harman, Rudolf Ising

Release date(s): March 17, 1929
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Plane Crazy is an American animated short film directed by Walt Disney and Ub Iwerks. The cartoon, released in 1929 by the Walt Disney Studios, was the first creation of the character Mickey Mouse. It was made as a silent film and given a test screening to a theater audience on May 15, 1928, but failed to pick up a distributor. Later that year, Disney released Mickey's first sound cartoon, Steamboat Willie, which was an enormous success. Following this, Plane Crazy was released as a sound cartoon on March 17, 1929. It was the fourth Mickey film to be released after Steamboat Willie, The Gallopin' Gaucho, and The Barn Dance (1928).

PlotEdit

Mickey is trying to fly an airplane to imitate Charles Lindbergh. After building his own airplane, he did a flight simulation to ensure that the plane is safe for flight but the flight fails, destroying the plane. Using a roadster and remains of his plane to create another plane, he asks a young mouse girl, Minnie to join him for its first flight after she presents him with a horseshoe for good luck. They take an out-of-control flight with exaggerated, impossible situations. An un-anthropomorphic cow briefly "rides" the aircraft. This is Clarabelle Cow making her first appearance, though the cow is actually an early, more "cowlike" predecessor of Clarabelle named Carolyn. Mickey even uses a turkey's tail to use as a tail for his plane. Once he regains control of the plane, he repeatedly tries to kiss Minnie. When she refuses, he uses force: he breaks her concentration and terrifies her by throwing her out of the airplane, catching her with the airplane, and he uses this to kiss her. Minnie then parachutes out of the plane using her bloomers. While distracted by her, Mickey loses control of the plane and eventually crashes into a tree. Minnie then lands, and Mickey laughs at her. Minnie then storms off, rebuffing him. Mickey then angrily throws the good luck horseshoe given to him by Minnie and it boomerangs around a tree, hitting him and ringing around his neck; this causes stars to fly out toward the screen, with one of the stars filling the screen up, ending the film.

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Short Films 
Trolley Troubles, Steamboat Willie, The Gallopin' Gaucho, Plane Crazy, The Karnival Kid, Mickey's Choo-Choo, The Chain Gang, The Birthday Party, The Hunter, Mickey's Revue, Just Dogs, The Mad Doctor, Ye Olden Days, The Mail Pilot, The Wise Little Hen, Mickey's Steamroller, Orphan's Benefit, The Band Concert, Mickey's Service Station, Mickey's Fire Brigade, Orphan's Picnic, Thru the Mirror, Mickey's Rival, Donald and Pluto, Don Donald, Magician Mickey, Clock Cleaners, Pluto's Quin-Puplets, Donald's Nephews, Good Scouts, The Whalers, Brave Little Tailor, Donald's Golf Game, Society Dog Show, Goofy and Wilbur, The Hockey Champ, Donald's Cousin Gus, The Pointer, The Autograph Hound, Tugboat Mickey, Mr. Duck Steps Out, Bone Trouble, Put-Put Troubles, Pluto's Dream House, The Little Whirlwind, How to Ride a Horse, Canine Caddy, The Nifty Nineties, The Art of Skiing, The Sleepwalker, How to Play Baseball, How to Swim, How to Fish, Donald's Tire Trouble, The Flying Jalopy, Private Pluto, How to Play Golf, How to Play Football, First Aiders, Tiger Trouble, The Clock Watcher, The Legend of Coyote Rock, Cured Duck, Pluto's Kid Brother, In Dutch, Donald's Double Trouble, Dumbell of the Yukon, Bath Day, Double Dribble, Sleepy Time Donald, Figaro and Frankie, Donald's Dilemma, Mickey's Delayed Date, Foul Hunting, Chip an' Dale, Pluto's Blue Note, Drip Dippy Donald, Pluto's Fledgling, Soup's On, Three for Breakfast, Mickey and the Seal, Donald's Happy Birthday, Winter Storage, Pluto's Sweater, Bubble Bee, Toy Tinkers, Pluto and the Gopher, Crazy Over Daisy, Motor Mania, Camp Dog, Chicken in the Rough, Dude Duck, Lucky Number, Fathers Are People, Father's Lion, Donald Applecore, Two Chips and a Miss, Two Gun Goofy, Two Weeks Vacation, The Simple Things, Don's Fountain of Youth, Canvas Back Duck, Donald's Diary, The Lone Chipmunks, Dragon Around, Up a Tree, Hooked Bear, In the Bag, Donald in Mathmagic Land, Aquamania, Scrooge McDuck and Money, Mickey's Christmas Carol, Sport Goofy in Soccermania, The Prince and the Pauper, Runaway Brain, How to Hook Up Your Home Theater, Get a Horse!
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