Cold Storage
Studio: Disney Release Date : February 9, 1951 Series: Pluto Cartoon
  1. General Info

Cumulative rating: No Ratings Posted     

Synopsis

In the dead of winter, Pluto has to fight a stork who has taken over his nice warm doghouse.

Characters

Pluto

Credits

Director

Jack Kinney

Animator

George Nicholas
George Kreisl
Charles A. Nichols

Story

Dick Kinney
Milt Schaffer

Music

Joseph S. Dubin

Backgrounds

Art Landy

Layout

Al Zinnen

Effects Animation

George Rowley

Producer

Walter Elias "Walt" Disney

Television

Mickey Mouse Tracks (Season 1, Episode 43)
Donald's Quack Attack (Season 1, Episode 14)

Video Information

VHS

Germany

Bum, Bum, Bumerang
Donald Duck's Ferienabenteuer
Das Gro├če Micky Maus Festival
Pluto Präsentiert

France

Disney Parade 2
Mickey, Donald, Pluto et Dingo en Vacances

Italy

Cartoons Disney 5
Sono Io ... Topolino
Come Divertirsti Con Paperino & C.

Laserdisc (CLV)

United States

Disney's Best of 1931-1948
Cartoon Classics : Limited Gold Editions II : From Pluto with Love

Japan

Disney Cartoon Festival 2
Donald Duck Goes West
Let's Relax
I Love Mickey

DVD

United States

The Complete Pluto - Volume 2

Technical Specifications

MPAA No.: 13974
Animation Type: Standard (Hand-drawn-Cel) Animation
Aspect Ratio: 1.37 : 1
Color Type: Technicolor
Sound Type: Mono: RCA Sound Recording
Print Type: 35mm
Negative Type: 35mm
Cinematographic Format: Spherical
Original Language: English
Original Countrie: United States

Reviews and Comments

From Ryan :

While Pluto is away, a cold and tired stork leaves his frigid marsh and wanders into Pluto's backyard. This short is okay, but it isn't one of my favorites. I find the plot with Pluto and the stork to get rather tiring after awhile. The background art, however, is wonderful.

From Dino Cencia :

The funny part is when Pluto is trying to get into his doghouse and the stork moves away and Pluto shivers and he fights the stork trying to get warm. They keep fighting until the hot sun came out and it's like 100 degrees. So the stork trapped Pluto in his doghouse and it's really hot in there so Pluto moves his doghouse in cool cold water. And he's cool and relaxing and he's happy as the cartoon closes. I give this cartoon a 60.

From Baruch Weiss :

This cartoon got boring as Pluto and the stork constantly fought over the doghouse. I'm sure Pluto has a home so why didn't he just go inside his house?

From Mike :

Although the jokes are kinda ridiculous. It is funny at the end when Pluto moves the doghouse with the stork standing over him.

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History

11/22/2011

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5/10/2012

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8/25/2012

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8/1/2013

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8/2/2013

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6/14/2017

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4/28/2018

    Sources

    Jack Kinney: Director
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    George Nicholas: Animator
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    George Kreisl: Animator
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    Charles A. Nichols: Animator
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    George Rowley: Effects Animation
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    Dick Kinney: Story
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    Milt Schaffer: Story
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    Al Zinnen: Layout
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    Art Landy: Backgrounds
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    Joseph S. Dubin: Music
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    Walter Elias "Walt" Disney: Producer
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