Poster

Shanghaied

A Mickey Mouse Cartoon

Release Date : January 13, 1934

Running Time : 7:05

Synopsis

Mickey and Minnie have been captured on Pete's pirate ship, but fight their way to freedom in the face of a whole crewful of identical, bulldog roughnecks.

Characters

Mickey Mouse
Minnie Mouse
Pete

Credits

Director
Bert Gillett
Animation
Norm Ferguson
Gerry "Clyde" Geronomi
Ed Love
Cy Young
Dick Lundy
Johnny Cannon
Roy Williams
Hardie Gramatky
Ben Sharpsteen

Video

United States
Cartoon Classics : Limited Gold Editions II : Life With Mickey
France
Le Meilleur de Minnie
Italy
Storie Quasi Titaniche
Cartoon Classics : Limited Gold Editions II : La Vita con Toplolino
I Capolavori di Minni

Laserdiscs

United States
Cartoon Classics : Limited Gold Editions II : Life With Mickey
Japan
Minnie's Greatest Hits / Pluto's Greatest Hits

DVD

United States
Mickey Mouse in Black and White Volume 2
Germany
Mickey Mouse in Black and White Volume 2

Television

Mickey's Mouse Tracks: Episode 41
The Mickey Mouse Club : October 17, 1955

Original Animator's Drafts


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Technical Specification

Color Type: Black & White
Animation Type: Standard animation
Sound Mix: Mono
Aspect Ratio: 1.37 : 1
Negative Format: 35mm
Print Format: 35mm
Cinematographic Process: Spherical
Original Language: English

Released by United Artists Pictures

Comments

From Jerry Edwards : An enjoyable cartoon with lots of action and gags. I enjoy one gag of Mickey using a stuffed swordfish against Pete's sword. The opening scene of the ship sailing on the ocean is especially nicely animated. The colorized version is nice, especially for giving color to the ocean.
From Ryan : This short kind of looks like something out of the Disney comics. The picture itself looks kind of like a comic. One scene I liked was where Mickey grabs a swordfish and uses that to fight Pete with. Pretty good short with lots of fun gags and action.
From Austin Long : The animation is outstanding for its time. The whole pirate theme suits Pete very well, and the idea of Mickey and Minnie trying to escape makes this very thrilling experience among Disney shorts. Can't miss; 4 and a half stars.
From Bill I. : Although this was a Mickey saves Minnie from Pete short, it was well animated and contained lots of great gags. I enjoyed the opening scene of the ship and the "identical" crew cleaning up. Pete somehow has shanghaied Mickey and Minnie and when he makes advances to Minnie tied up on a pole, Mickey escapes and the fight is on! Lots of action; the sword fight between Pete and Mickey was very well animated; the look on Mickey's face when his swordfish goes limp was great. But in the end, Mickey wins, as it should be and he gets a nice kiss from Minnie in the end.
From Maxwell Morton "Max" Goudiss : A short excerpt from this short is used in the "Walt Disney Presents" episode "The Goofy Success Story".

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