Goofy's in the driver's seat, Mickey's in the kitchen, and Donald's in bed in Mickey's high-tech house trailer. When Goofy comes back to eat breakfast, leaving the car on autopilot, it ... See full summary »
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Donald and Mickey are overdue on their rent, so the sheriff is preparing to evict them and sell their belongings. Goofy the ice-man comes by and helps them move out before the sale, but their piano doesn't want to stay on his truck. Meanwhile, Donald has a fight with a plunger and a fishbowl after removing a heater from the gas line. Written by
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Moving Day is one of my favorite cartoons of all time, and it has always been. I remember this Mickey cartoon being my favorite of the 7 on the Mickey DVD I had(which I still have now). As a kid, I would be a fan of SpongeBob and Tom And Jerry, but I still had a heart for classic Disney. This short's plot is that Mickey and Donald are very late on paying rent, so in order to prevent Sheriff Pete from selling their items, they have to move as quick as possible(with the help of Goofy). The visual gags are frequently imaginative and hilarious, such as Goofy's trouble with a supposed possessed piano and Mickey trying to fit all the items into one suitcase. The vocal performances in this are top-notch, the most credit going towards Billy Bletcher as Pete. Also, the animation is still revolutionary today, 1936 or not. Overall, Moving Day is a consistently funny, great-looking, and extremely well- voiced cartoon that is hilarious fun no matter how old you are.
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