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Director(s)Walt Disney
Producer(s)Walt Disney
Top GenresMusical, Family, Horror, Short Films, Animation, Comedy
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The Skeleton Dance Overview:

The Skeleton Dance (1929) was a Animation - Family Film directed by Walt Disney and produced by Walt Disney.

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Saturday Morning Cartoons: The Skeleton Dance (1929)

on Oct 26, 2013 From True Classics

1929 was a good year for Walt Disney: his seminal creation, Mickey Mouse, had just broken out as a huge star in the wake of the immensely popular short Steamboat Willie (1928). That cartoon’s success led to a series of sound-synchronized Mickey cartoons being released to theaters, two of which... Read full article


The Skeleton Dance (1929)

By KC on Oct 31, 2009 From Classic Movies

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The first of Walt Disney's Silly Symphony series.
"The Skeleton Dance" became the first cartoon that the Cartay Circle Theater in Los Angeles ever showed.
At the time, Walt Disney distributed his films through a company run by Pat Powers. But Powers couldn't sell it to distributors (who found the dancing skeletons odd and even gruesome). Undeterred, Disney was able to have the film screened at the Carthay Circle Theater in Los Angeles, where it was a rousing success.
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