Mr. Mouse Takes a Trip

A Mickey Mouse Cartoon

Release Date : November 1, 1940

Running Time : 7:44


No dogs are allowed on Pete's train, so Mickey tries to smuggle Pluto aboard with a variety of disguises.


Mickey Mouse


Gerry "Clyde" Geronomi
Ed Love
Gerry "Clyde" Geronomi
Jim Carmichael

Inside Jokes

A tantalizing possibility of an inside joke : the train that Mickey and Pluto are riding on has "GERONOM" painted on the side as its name. Is the last letter supposed to be an "o" for Geronimo? More than likely it is supposed to be an "i" and refers to director Clyde Geronomi.


United States
The Spirit of Mickey
Cartoon Classics : Limited Gold Editions I : Mickey
Micky und Company
Donald Macht nie Pause
Disney Parade 6
La Collection en Or des Studios Disney Volume 3
Mickey et Compagnie
Topolino e Soci
Paperino e la Sua Banda di Paperi


United States
Limited Gold Editions - Mickey


The Spirit of Mickey
I Love Mickey
Disney Cartoon Festival 6
Mickey and Company
Mickey : Limited Gold Edition


United States
Have a Laugh : Volume 2
Disney Treasures : Wave 3 : Mickey Mouse in Living Color (Volume 2)
Walt Disney Animation Collection : Volume 1 : Mickey and the Beanstalk
Walt Disney's Funny Factory with Mickey
Disney Treasures : Wave 3 : Mickey Mouse in Living Color (Volume 2)
Disney Treasures : Wave 3 : Mickey Mouse in Living Color (Volume 2)
Walt Disney's Funny Factory with Mickey
Have a Laugh : Volume 2
Disney Treasures : Wave 3 : Mickey Mouse in Living Color (Volume 2)
United Kingdom
Have a Laugh : Volume 2
Disney Treasures : Wave 3 : Mickey Mouse in Living Color (Volume 2)


The Ink and Paint Club: Episode 43: On Vacation
Donald's Quack Attack: Episode 16
The Mickey Mouse Club : January 21, 1958

Technical Specification

Color Type: Technicolor
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 RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.


From Ryan : When I first saw this short on a video that I rented back when I was about eight or nine years old, I absolutely loved it. Disney did a great job with this short. Who could have made a better train conductor than Pete? On one of those "Disney Moments" that the Disney Channel airs, they showed Walt Disney and Billy Bletcher (the voice of Pete) doing the voice overs for this cartoon. This is definitely a classic Mickey short.
From Frank : It is the best. I am glad my daughter loves the Mick (so do I) and his games with Pete (particularly where Pete thanks the conductor as well as Pete's run in with the female invisible passenger who calls for the conductor) are the best and make me want to replay over and over again.
From Baruch Weiss : This was also one of my favorite Mickey cartoons. I enjoyed the scene where Pete (thinking it's Mickey and Pluto) grabs a woman. I also enjoyed the part where the mouse disguises as an Indian and says "How". Stereotype alert! Oh well It wouldn't matter anyhow considering that Disney does not show the old cartoons on TV anymore.
From Dino Cencia : Me and my dad love this part: TICKETS! I give this cartoon a 90 because it has a lot of funny parts like when Pete said: "So, it's you huh?" Mickey: "Yeah, ha ha, it's me I guess". Pete: "All alone without your dog". Mickey: "yeah, ha ha, all alone". Pete: "You know, I used to have a little cat once, and when it was left all alone, it'd cry: MEOW!" Then Pluto barks he thought it was a cat, but it was Pete who did it. Also, funny parts were Pete grabbed a woman (he thought it was Mickey and Pluto) and the woman hits him with her hat. The Tickets! part was really funny too. Mickey Mouse and Pluto rules!