Pluto's Sweater

A Pluto Cartoon

Release Date : April 29, 1949

Running Time : 6:53


Minnie knits a red sweater for Pluto, much to his disgust. Pluto is then teased by the neighbor dogs and Figaro.


Minnie Mouse
Butch, the Bulldog


Charles Nichols
Phil Duncan
George Nicholas
Hugh Fraser
Dan MacManus
Brice Mack
Karl Karpe
Eric Gurney
Milt Schaffer
Oliver Wallace


United States
Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck Cartoon Collections Volume 2
Figaro und Cleo
Plutos Tollkühne Abenteuer
Les Aventures de Pluto
Le Avventure di Pluto


United States
Disney Cartoon Parade Volume 4


Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck Cartoon Collections Volume 1


Disney Treasures : The Complete Pluto Volume 2
Have a Laugh : Volume 2
Classic Cartoon Favorites : Volume 9 : Best Pals : Mickey and Minnie
Classic Cartoon Favorites : Volume 10 : Best Pals : Mickey and Minnie
Have a Laugh : Volume 2
United Kingdom
Have a Laugh : Volume 2


The Ink and Paint Club: Episode 6: All Figaro All the Time
Donald's Quack Attack: Episode 59
The Mickey Mouse Club : December 19, 1957

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 : Minnie has just knitted a sweater for Pluto. Pluto, however, hates it and gets teased by Figaro when he wears it. One of my favorite shorts that I enjoy watching often. The background art of this short is exceptional.
From Baruch Weiss : Has anyone besides me noticed that a short clip of this short was used in the opening theme song for the "Walt Disney Cartoon Classics" that were released in the early 1980's?
From Christian : A nice short with a nice ending, but it kind of makes you feel sorry for Minnie towards the end. Also, it makes you wonder if she ever made another one for Pluto.
From Dino Cencia : The funny part is the end when Minnie put the sweater on Figaro and I hear Pluto laughing at him and Figaro makes a scary screech meow and looks scary at the camera when he's mad with the sweater on him.
From Maxwell Morton Goudiss : The ending of this cartoon reminds me of the MGM logo, with Figaro in the place of the MGM lion. But the slapstick is wrong. I mean, in this cartoon, we heard Figaro doing some screeching meows when he's angry and in the MGM logo, we heard the MGM lion roaring like all of the other lions. But, that's not as nearly as funny.