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Mickey Mouse falls asleep and begins to dream about a world where he marries his sweetheart Minnie Mouse. Their marriage leads to a horde of mischievous children whose playful antics quickly become too much for Mickey and his dog, Pluto.
- Mickey Mouse is shown praying before bed, though it is unknown who he is praying to.
- Mickey dreams that storks deliver his children to him. It is unclear if Mickey dreams this way because that is how children are delivered in his world or if the stork deliveries were just a dream weirdness.
- Mickey's Nightmare is largely a remake of Poor Papa (1928), with both centering around the main character becoming the father to many mischievous, stork-delivered children.
Behind the scenesEdit
Mickey's Nightmare, a theatrical cartoon short, was originally released on August the 13th, 1932. It was directed by Burt Gillett and featured animation by Johnny Cannon, Les Clark, Frenchy de Tremaudan, Norm Ferguson, Harry Reeves, and Hardie Gramatky. Walt Disney voiced the main protagonist of the short, Mickey Mouse.
Mickey's Nightmare shares many similarities with and was based on the earlier Oswald the Lucky Rabbit short, Poor Papa. Mickey's Nightmare was one of several Mickey Mouse cartoons to be remakes of previous Oswald shorts.