Produced by Walt Disney Studios
In Autumn, all of the creatures of the forest are busy making their preparations for winter. Squirrels gather nuts, a porcupine spears some apples and the beavers finish up their dams. Of course, each one of them contributes to the music of the forest in their own way.
In Just Mickey, the titular mouse performs music on a violin for an unseen audience. He has to deal with an obnoxiously cackling heckler and cries his way through a sad number.
In The Cactus Kid, Mickey arrives at a saloon in the Old West where Minnie works. At first, he fails to impress her, but when Minnie is abducted by a peg-legged villain, Mickey must become the hero.
Each of the three Disney shorts here is six or seven minutes long. They are light on dialogue, story or characters and heavy on music. Like every single move a character makes finds a corresponding member of the orchestra. Color me annoyed.
They're such simple plots, there isn't a ton to say. Just Mickey almost seems like a 3D short in places with the exaggerated scale and perspective they use. The only other surprise was to see Mickey strap on a pistol and get into a gunfight in The Cactus Kid. Not quite the image we have of the character today.
These are all very slight, so I won't say much more. I was exceedingly bored by each of them. No official ratings, but I can't recommend anyone check these out.