Daisy and Donald Duck smooch in "Cured Duck" (1945) - Walt Disney

Daisy and Donald Duck smooch in "Cured Duck" (1945) - Walt Disney

Alexandra and Sebastian go waterskiing in “Josie And The Pussycats” (1970)

Tom and Jerry and Toots in “Springtime For Thomas” (1946)

Mickey and Minnie Mouse in Walt Disney’s “Ye Olden Days” (1933)

gameraboy:

This painting was a gift from Walt Disney to a friend who worked at A. C. Friedrichs art supply company to celebrate the birth of the friend’s daughter in the mid-1930s. The art was probably done by Hank Porter’s group. The image was inspired by the 1933 theatrical short “Ye Olden Days.”  via ha.com

gameraboy:

This painting was a gift from Walt Disney to a friend who worked at A. C. Friedrichs art supply company to celebrate the birth of the friend’s daughter in the mid-1930s. The art was probably done by Hank Porter’s group. The image was inspired by the 1933 theatrical short “Ye Olden Days.”  via ha.com


Mickey Mouse says “Nuts!” in "Thru The Mirror" (1936) - Walt Disney

Mickey Mouse says “Nuts!” in "Thru The Mirror" (1936) - Walt Disney

"Mickey’s Elephant" (1936)

"Mickey’s Elephant" (1936)

Tom offers Toots some very special candy in “Puss ‘n Toots” (1942)

"Wild And Wolfy" (1945) - Tex Avery 

Mickey and Minnie Mouse celebrate at “The Whoopee Party” (1932)


Mickey Mouse flexes his muscles in "Barnyard Olympics" (1932) - Walt Disney

Mickey Mouse flexes his muscles in "Barnyard Olympics" (1932) - Walt Disney

gameraboy:

Croissant de Triomphe (2013)

Donald and Daisy are in love in "Donald’s Diary" (1954)

Donald and Daisy are in love in "Donald’s Diary" (1954)

Daisy Duck gets dolled up for her date with Donald in "Donald’s Diary" (1954)


Mickey and Minnie Mouse in “Ye Olden Days” (1933)

Mickey and Minnie Mouse in “Ye Olden Days” (1933)