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Pluto's Christmas Tree
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directed by Jack Hannah, animation by George Kreisl, Fred Moore, Bill Justice, Volus Jones, effects animation by George Rowley, story by Bill Berg, Milt Schaffer, layout by Yale Gracey, background by Thelma Witmer, music by Joseph S. Dubin, a 1952 Walt Disney production.


On Christmas Eve, Pluto comes bounding outside to help Mickey
Pluto comes bounding outside to help Mickey
get a Christmas tree. Chip 'n Dale see him and make fun of him, but the tree they take refuge in is the one Mickey chops down. They like the decorations, especially the candy canes
the candy canes
and Mickey's bowl of mixed nuts.
Mickey's bowl of mixed nuts
But Pluto spots them and goes after them long before Mickey spots them. Minnie, Donald, and Goofy drop by to sing carols.
Minnie, Donald, and Goofy drop by to sing carols

Cast as voices

Helen Seibert as Chip, Ruth Clifford as Minnie Mouse, Pinto Colvig as Pluto / Goofy, Dessie Flynn as Dale, James MacDonald as Chip / Mickey Mouse, Clarence Nash as Donald Duck.

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This is featured in the Swedish version of The Magical World of Disney: From All of Us to All of You! (1958), which is shown on TV every Christmas Eve.


Mickey Mouse: Okay, Pluto, let's get our tree. Chip: Get a load of that. Can you top that? [Mickey starts chopping the tree down] Chip: What was that? Dale: I don't know. Mickey Mouse: Oh, boy! Okay, Pluto! Alright? Come on, let's go.

Chip: [Mickey has placed the tree in his house] Hey, wake up. Dale: [admires the decorations] Well what do you know? Wow! Mickey Mouse: [Pluto sees the chipmunks and tries to attack them, as they run up to the fireplace mantle, where there are Santa candles] Pluto, that's it. Cut it out. [Pluto barks at Chip, who is wearing a candletop Santa hat] Mickey Mouse: There, is that better? Oh, Pluto. Okay, I'll light the candles. [lights all of the candles, including Chip] Mickey Mouse: There! Chip: [Mickey and Pluto leave, and Dale puts out Chip's flame] Thank you. Dale: Let's go. Mickey Mouse: [Pluto is attacking the Christmas tree, to get Chip and Dale] Pluto, get out of there! What do you think you're... Cut it out! Watch out! [the tree's leaves and ornaments fall down] our... [sees the Chip and Dale] Mickey Mouse: Pluto, we've got chipmunks in our tree! Cute little fellas. [hold them in his hands, Pluto barks at them] Mickey Mouse: Pluto! After all, it is Christmas.

Soundtrack Credits

Deck The Halls, traditional tune, lyrics by Thomas Oliphant.
Jingle Bells written by James Pierpont.


This is a cute and funny cartoon. And, like so many of the Mickey cartoons of the 1950s, Mickey is barely in the thing and it's really more a Pluto short. Well worth your time and a Christmas favorite.

One of the all-time great animated shorts has Mickey cutting down a Christmas tree for Pluto and bringing it back into the house. This is where the fun is supposed to begin but for Pluto it's a nightmare as Chip and Dale are in the tree and causing all sorts of havoc.

The Walt Disney cartoons have always been the best at creating atmosphere. The Looney Tunes shorts really lacked in this regard, as their backgrounds were usually somewhat more generic.