The Eyes Have It

A Donald Duck Cartoon

Release Date : March 30, 1945

Running Time : 7:25


Donald learns hypnotism from a book and uses it on Pluto to make him believe he is a variety of animals, including one that bites back.


Donald Duck


Jack Hannah
Bob Carlson
Hugh Fraser
Don Patterson
John F. Reed
Thelma Witmer
Yale Gracey
Bill Berg
Ralph Wright
Paul J. Smith


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Bon Anniversaire Donald
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Donald's Birthday Bash
Donald Duck's 50 Crazy Years


United States
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Disney Treasures : Wave 5 : The Chronological Donald Volume 2


Mickey's Mouse Tracks: Episode 3
Donald's Quack Attack: Episode 28

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 Thad Komorowski : Very funny cartoon with Donald and Pluto. The scenes with Pluto (thinking he's a lion) chasing Donald has a very catchy music score, very similar to the Columbia theatrical cartoons at the time, IMO.
From Greedo : I think the image of Pluto eating those crackers is the best.
From Ryan : I find this to be an entertaining Donald cartoon. Donald has just received a pair of hypnotism goggles and plans to use them on Pluto. One gag I enjoy is when Donald hypnotizes Pluto into thinking he is a mouse and Pluto goes into the kitchen and eats the cheese. The sequence in the chicken house is funny too.
From Baruch Weiss : I find this to be an entertaining Donald cartoon as well. Donald uses hypnotism on Pluto and convinces him he is a mouse, turtle, chicken and finally a lion! I enjoyed this cartoon and I liked the ending where Pluto wakes up Donald, shows his smile after which Donald (thinking it is the lion) runs like crazy off into the distance.
From J. P. Hope : I like this short because of the part where Pluto (thinking he's a chicken) chases the worm through the garden and kicks Donald's flowers and angers Donald, the part where the rooster gets irritated by the noises coming from the henhouse and yells" QUIET!", but to no avail, and the part where Pluto (thinking he's a lion) ends up on the warpath against Donald duck and scares Donald out of his wits!