The feature of this series of animated cartoons is Mickey and the Beanstalk. This is a take of off the English fairy tale. Mickey and his friends, Donald Duck and Goofy were after a magical harp, which the giant has stolen, and as a result "Happy Valley" isn't so happy and more. Their journey the started by accident, as the beanstalk carried them to the sky while they were sleeping. There is a cute interaction, and we don't have a golden goose, just a magical harp rescue. The giant is cute, but portrayed as not being smart. The three were luck to get out of there.
The rest are shorter Mickey Mouse cartoons. Brave Little Tailor: Mickey again finds himself facing a giant, and he has to use his own ingenuity with a needle to see himself through.
Gulliver Mickey: I didn't care for this one, as Mickey faces off against the tiny people.
Thru the Mirror: This is an example of how you dream when you have been reading Lewis Carroll. Everything is backwards.
The final is "Mr. Mouse Takes a Trip." This is Mickey and Pluto taking a trip by rail, and Mickey not wanting to but a ticket for Pluto, so shoves him into his suitcase. The conductor catches on however.
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