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The Gallopin’ Gaucho was the second short film starring Mickey to be produced by Walt Disney. The Walt Disney Company, however, failed to find a distributor for the film, which was released after the success of the character’s third short, Steamboat Willie, on December 30, 1927. For that reason, although it was Mickey Mouse’s second short film in terms of production, it was the third to be released.
Both Mickey and his girlfriend, Minnie, had already appeared in the first short in the series, Plane Crazy, which was released on May 15, 1928 and was not as successful as expected. Disney and Iwerks tried again to capture the audience’s interest with a new film about the same characters, The Gallopin’ Gaucho. The film was animated exclusively by Iwerks.
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Celebrating with great storiesTo kick off the festivities, fans will enjoy a series of short videos starring Mickey and friends highlighting the funniest, most exciting and heartwarming aspects of life shared with great friends throughout the month on Disney social media platforms and networks such as Mickey and Friends.
The celebrations also extend to major audio platforms, where fans will have access to a special playlist comprised of a selection of songs about friendship from Disney classics.
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12. Andy Warhol made an illustration of Mickey Mouse. Warhol was a plastic artist who became the best known representative of pop art. This artistic trend, however, was in vogue during the 1950s and 1960s.
13. A young man from California, United States, gave Pope Benedict XVI a pair of Mickey Mouse ears. This was during a lunch that the Pope celebrated with young people from all over the world, in Sydney, Australia. On the other hand, a spokesman commented that Benedict XVI was grateful for the gift.
14. A singular detail about Hirohito is that he was buried with a Mickey Mouse watch that was given to him when he visited Disneyland in 1975. He was the 124th emperor of Japan and died in 1989.