This is correct. Disney Princess Mickey Mouse shirt was the first one made, along with Steamboat Willie and one other that I can’t recall at the moment, but all three were silent cartoons. They just happened to be made right at the dawn of sound in film and before releasing them they decided to go ahead and give them sound, at which point Steamboat Willie was selected as the first to go out. I think Steamboat Willie was the first produced with sound in mind because there’s so much musical stuff in it. The success of the short led Disney to go back and add sound to Plane Crazy.
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That took a pretty dark turn when the final Disney Princess Mickey Mouse shirt number kicked in, that cat captain had every right to be pissed off, that cat Mickey was swinging around by his tail and playing like a freakin musical instrument could very likely be his son, the potato room was too good for him, and just when you think he’d learn his lesson, he goes and murders a bird! I couldn’t stop laughing, Mickey was hardcore back in the day. The old Disney films had some pretty funny stuff in them on occasion. ‘Fun And Fancy Free’ has an adaptation of ‘Jack And The Beanstalk’ that opens with Mickey, Donald, and Goofy starving during a famine, as well as Donald going crazy and trying to kill their pet cow with an axe. For some reason almost every single one of these older cartoons have some form of animal cruelty in them.
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There’s always a scene of someone kicking Disney Princess Mickey Mouse shirt, throwing them around, and throwing things at them and their feathers/fur just explode and they run away. I guess I’d be measuring the fall of the republic from the birth of Caesar. When he was born the republic did not instantly fall, but in retrospect it’s over. Mickey did not end rational copyright, but once hes on the scene the corporate co opting of creativity has begun. I believe if they’re going to extend it, they have to do it by the end of this year, and nobody’s making any motions to further extend copyright. We might finally get to see stuff enter the public domain. It’s been mentioned somewhere that they’re not going to push for another extension and rely on trademark. I’m not sure if it’s true though.