Record Comments: This 6 x 6
inch, thick cardboard greeting card includes a birthday message that can
be read and listened to. In order to play the flexi-disc record that
is attached to the inside of the card, it requires that the center hole be
punched out and for the card to be separated on the perforated, folding
card was produced by American Telecard, Inc. for Buzza Cardozo of Anaheim,
record was made by Columbia Record Productions and includes a short
message with music and dialog from Disney characters Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Huey, Dewey,
Louie and Pluto.
The story on
this record starts with Donald teaching Pluto how to sing Happy
Birthday. Mickey joins in to tell Donald that dogs can't sing.
Donald tries to prove his point by telling them that there is a talking
horse on TV that can speak and Mr. Ed chimes in for a few words. Mickey
gives up and everyone starts singing "Happy Birthday" to the recipient of the greeting card.
Pluto closes the message by speaking the words "who said dogs can't
Notes: Mickey Mouse is a cartoon
character created by Walt Disney and Ub Iwerks. Mickey debut in the
animated cartoon "Steamboat Willie" in November of 1928.
Donald Duck is a cartoon character created by Walt Disney Productions in
1934. Donald debut in the animated cartoon "The Little Wise
Hen" in June of 1934.