Release Date : September 19, 1952
Running Time : 6:30
After Pluto is cleaned up, he still wants cake, even if it is icing...but
again he has to wait for the guests to arrive, and they do in style by crashing
the gate. The animation sequence shows what looks to be at least 100 of
the orphans showing up, but in reality it was only an approximate dozen.
They wish Pluto a happy birthday and then proceed to give him a large bone
and a new wagon to ride on. After that, the orphans make Pluto the slave
by having to pull them on the wagon. Eventually, Pluto goes flying off,
nearly smaking the cake face-first.
The orphans continue to cause trouble by throwing Pluto down the slide.
On one occasion, Pluto is sitting right in front of the cake, but he was
sitting on a see-saw and with the orphans waiting to pounce on him at the
other end, he goes airborne. Mickey calls for him to come down not knowing
what was happening.
After that, everyone plays a weird game...Pin The Tail On Pluto. One
of the orphans tries to pin the tail but misses badly, but when it became
Pluto's turn, he gets spun around by the orphans to make things more interesting.
Well, from far away, Pluto decides to take a sneak peek to see where to
pin the tail...but he did nto know that he was looking at his OWN tail and
pins it instead! The chaotic momentum he created somehow landed the tail
right on the poster!
Finally, after all the olympic exercise, Mickey, Pluto, and the orphans
gather for cake. It was finally time for Pluto to have some cake, but was
told by Mickey to make a wish. Out of mere frustration, Pluto makes the
wish to get the orphans out of his sight. Mute point, however. After blowing
the candles out, the orphans take every slice of cake without Pluto getting
his paws on it! After drinking punch, they all leave, announcing that the
party is over.
Poor Pluto...no cake for him. As he cries his eyes out, Mickey comes
up with a very nice surprise...a much LARGER piece of cake away from the
cake that was on the table! Pluto is very happy about that, eats the cake
up, and thanks Mickey in his usual "salivating" style.
The only thing this cartoon had to offer was a drawing of orphans whom
were fewer and seemingly more mature, but yet created the same amount of
chaos as they did in the past.
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