When Mickey and Pluto go to the beach for a relaxing fishing trip, they have to deal with a crabby clam and a greedy seagull.
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- Walt Disney's Wet and Wild
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- Donald's Quack Attack, episode #7
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- Treasures from the Disney Vault, July 2, 2015
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Have a Laugh! changes
The following scenes were deleted from the short release due to time constraints:
- The opening shot is halved, cutting out the seagulls flying away as Mickey and Pluto pass by.
- Pluto's encounter with a starfish.
- The clam hiding at the sight of Pluto.
- Pluto struggling to get the clam out of his mouth.
- Pluto, in trying to explain he has a clam in his mouth, Mickey interprets that as him wanting to something to eat and giving him a sausage, which the clam eats instead, after which it spits water in Mickey's face.
- Mickey giving Pluto another sausage, only for the seagull to eat it instead.
- The seagull's first attempt at catching one of Mickey's fish used for bait, resulting in it getting hit on a rock.
- The entire scene with Mickey and Pluto's collective struggle with the seagull; it cuts from the seagull hovering over Mickey and Pluto to it diving into the bucket of bait.
- Mickey throwing a rock into the bucket of bait as the seagull flies off with it so that it weighs down the bucket.
- The seagull telling the other seagulls about the "free fresh fish".
- Pluto barking at the seagulls as they come to attack Mickey and Pluto, before Mickey decides they should beat a retreat.
- This was the last Mickey Mouse cartoon to be produced by Walt Disney himself and also to feature Jimmy MacDonald as the voice of the lead character.
- This would be the last Mickey Mouse cartoon for 30 years, until 1983's Mickey's Christmas Carol was released.