Running an opera house, Mickey performs a vaudeville show all by himself. Acts include his impersonation of a snake charmer, his dressing in drag and performing belly dance, his caricature of a Hasidic Jew and, for the finale, a piano performance.
- This short is notable for being the first short in which Mickey wears his signature white gloves.
- This short marks the first appearance of Kat Nipp.
- According to the book Hollywood Cartoons: Hollywood Animation in Its Golden Age, this was the most expensive Disney cartoon made until The Skeleton Dance, its negative costing $2,500 more than Steamboat Willie.
Home video releases
- Walt Disney Treasures: Mickey Mouse in Black and White, Volume 2