Alice's Tin Pony

An Alice Comedy

Release Date : September 20, 1925

Running Time : 7:02

Synopsis

Alice and Julius are driving a train carrying a large payroll which attracts the attention of Pete the Bear and his gang.

Characters

Alice and Julius
Pete

Credits

Director
Walt Disney
Animation
Ub Iwerks
Rollin "Ham" Hamilton
Thurston Harper
Rudolph Ising
Hugh Harman
Camera
Rudolph Ising
Live Action Actor
Margie Gay

Video

United States
Great and Minor Animation Vol. 1
Mickey Mouse

DVD

Disney's Alice Comedies : Volume 2
Alice in Cartoonland

Technical Specification

Color Type: Black & White
Animation Type: Combination live-action and standard animation
Sound Mix: Silent
Aspect Ratio: 1.37 : 1
Negative Format: 35mm
Print Format: 35mm
Cinematographic Process: Spherical
Original Language: English

Released by M. J. Winkler Productions

Comments

From Vincent Alexander : I must say, it has been a VERY long time since I have seen this cartoon, and I am only 12 years old NOW, so I was very young also. I remember it being funny, though clearly not as great as Otto Messmer's Felix the Cat or Max Fleischer's Ko-Ko the Clown, of the same time period. It's a neat idea, and I can't wait until I can get enough money to buy "Alice in Cartoonland".
From Mario : I loved this short. I love the part when Pete shoots some guy and the guy sticks his head through the hole in his stomach then dies.
From Steven : This is an okay Alice cartoon, but not one of my favorites. There are some good gags but Julius has some hilarious facial expressions in some scenes. A 6 out of 10.

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