A Long Lost Disney Cartoon Uncovered

A Long Lost Disney Cartoon Uncovered
A long lost Disney cartoon has been uncovered recently, showing a rabbit that’s believed to have influenced the design of Mickey Mouse.

The black and white film, which dates back to 1928, has been missing since the Second World War. It was uncovered in a vault at the Huntley Film Archives in Herefordshire. Amanda Huntley, owner of the Huntley Film Archives, said that the film was discovered by a curious colleague who promptly searched for its name on Google.

They quickly realised the importance of the discovery of the ‘long lost’ classic and posted the news on a specialist web forum to verify the finding. The film features the character Oswald the Lucky Rabbit and his antics, a character who would later be abandoned and redesigned as the Mickey Mouse we know today.

If you’re pining for a little Disney magic, why not grab some Disney tickets and head off to your nearest Disneyland?

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