The commercials were produced by Walt’s niece Phyllis Bounds and her husband George Hurrell, whose company, Hurrell Productions was a separate entity from the Disney studio.
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The Mickey animation in this film is notable in itself: it’s almost entirely the work of Paul Murry, who is remembered today for his work in Disney comic books.
Out of the Frying Pan offered a sight that was rare even during the war years: Mickey Mouse in a military uniform!
Here’s the story of Mickey’s Surprise Party, the commercial short advertising Nabisco products, which was shown at the New York World’s Fair in 1939–40.
An earlier column in this series was devoted to the Disney film Tuberculosis (1945), produced for nontheatrical distribution in Latin America as part of the government’s Good Neighbor program during…