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Plane Crazy (1928) was a Animation - Family Film directed by Walt Disney and Ub Iwerks and produced by Walt Disney.

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Screen Capture Theatre: Zero Hour!, or Plane Crazy

By David on Jan 6, 2022 From The Man on the Flying Trapeze

On Screen Capture Theatre we condense a movie into a concise, but thrilling, handful of images. Today we feature the first airplane disaster movie, "Zero Hour," from 1957. A great film tells its story solely through visuals. And I guess "Zero Hour!" does, too. Herewith we present the film in a un... Read full article


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"Plane Crazy", designated as Disney's first Mickey Mouse, was revived, along with Josef von Sternberg's "The Last Command", at The Auditorium (41 West Fourth Street) in NYC on Monday, November 29, 1937 as part of New York University's cinema-appreciation class for adults.
This was the first Mickey Mouse cartoon ever made and the first one released when it was shown at a Hollywood theater on May 15, 1928. -
The cartoon was pretty much produced in secret, as Walt Disney was still contracted to the Oswald the Lucky Rabbit series for Universal.
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