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* There is a "Barnyard Circus" on [[Farmer Brown]]'s land.
 
* There is a "Barnyard Circus" on [[Farmer Brown]]'s land.
 
==Behind the scenes==
 
==Behind the scenes==
'''''In the Cart - Happy Harvesting! '''''was first printed in 1949 in ''Mickey Mouse Weekly ''#500. To date, it has never been reprinted.
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''In the Cart - Happy Harvesting!''was first printed in 1949 in ''Mickey Mouse Weekly ''#500. To date, it has never been reprinted.
   
 
As in most issues of ''Mickey Mouse Weekly'' published at the time, the story doubles as the cover of the issue, with the main content of the story taking up the lower third of the cover and the story's splash panel taking up the remaining space.
 
As in most issues of ''Mickey Mouse Weekly'' published at the time, the story doubles as the cover of the issue, with the main content of the story taking up the lower third of the cover and the story's splash panel taking up the remaining space.
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[[Category:Donald Duck stories]]
 
[[Category:Donald Duck stories]]
 
[[Category:Mickey Mouse stories]]
 
[[Category:Mickey Mouse stories]]
[[Category:Pinocchio stories]]
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[[Category:Goofy stories]]
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[[Category:Minnie Mouse stories]]
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[[Category:Pluto stories]]
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[[Category:Morty and Ferdie stories]]
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[[Category:Bongo stories]]
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[[Category:Thumper stories]]
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[[Category:Farmer Brown stories]]

Latest revision as of 16:25, February 18, 2020

In the Cart - Happy Harvesting! is a comic story by an unknown author and artist (who may be one and the same). It features Donald Duck, Mickey Mouse, Goofy, Minnie Mouse, Pluto, either Morty or Ferdie Fieldmouse, Bongo, Thumper, and, in his first appearance, Farmer Brown.

DescriptionEdit

Working on a farm alongside his friends, Donald accidentally drives a cart of hay through a circus - creating a nasty surprise for poor old Farmer Brown.

ReferencesEdit

Behind the scenesEdit

In the Cart - Happy Harvesting!was first printed in 1949 in Mickey Mouse Weekly #500. To date, it has never been reprinted.

As in most issues of Mickey Mouse Weekly published at the time, the story doubles as the cover of the issue, with the main content of the story taking up the lower third of the cover and the story's splash panel taking up the remaining space.

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