Alpine Climbers (1936)

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Up in the Swiss Alps, Mickey Mouse tangles with a mother eagle, Donald Duck scraps with an edelweiss-stealing goat and Pluto gets inebriated with a St. Bernard.


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5 June 2012 | TheLittleSongbird
| Mountain fun with Mickey, Donald and Pluto
Not one of my absolute favourite cartoons, but one I do love Alpine Climbers anyhow. The character designs have been a little better before and since, but still there is a certain charm to them. The colours have a nice contrast between light and dark and the backgrounds are fluid and not too jerky. The music is energetic and dynamic, as you'd expect from a Disney cartoon. The story is simple, but never dull, and all three characters are great. Mickey is good and likable, though it's in the climax where he's at his most involved. For me, while Donald still delights with his frustration and cantankerous personality Pluto is as cute as ever and his moments are the best in Alpine Climbers. All the gags are funny and imaginatively spaced-out, the best being the moment between Pluto and the St Bernard Dog who comes to his aid, though the fun climax and the gag between Donald and the baby goat are just as effective. All in all, great fun. 9.5/10 Bethany Cox

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Animation | Short | Comedy | Family


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25 July 1936



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