Mickey Mouse In Vietnam

A lost cartoon classic via Vimeo:

In 1968, an underground, anti-war short film was produced by Lee Savage and Milton Glaser called Mickey Mouse in Vietnam. Mickey Mouse (unofficially) starred in a one minute animation that depicted the Disney icon travelling to Vietnam in a boat, entering the country, and being immediately shot in the head. The film was shown to associates of the creators in 1970 and onward. It is rumoured (though unconfirmed) that Disney tried to destroy every copy that they could get in their possession.

Until recently, the only known copies available for public viewing were one owned by the Sarajevo Film Festival, and one included on the Film-makers’ Coop’s 38 minute, 16mm collection reel. The only pieces of hard evidence of the short’s existence available online were a few screenshots (all but one found in a 1998 French book entitled ‘Bon Anniversaire, Mickey!’).


6 Comments on "Mickey Mouse In Vietnam"

  1. So we probably aren’t going to see this on ABC, huh? LMFAO!

    By the way, there is one more copy now. Yuk, yuk, yuk!

  2. crap, it went tits up before I got a chance to watch it.

  3. Charlie Primero | Jun 28, 2013 at 7:01 am |

    Hmm. “Sorry, “Mickey Mouse In Vietnam (Lee Savage – 1968)” was deleted at 2:51:01 Sun Jun 16, 2013.”

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