is a black and white Ye Olden Days cartoon that was released on Mickey Mouse April 8, 1933 and which is in turn loosely based on the historical novel Ivanhoe by Sir Walter Scott.
The short features Mickey and his friends putting on a musical set in Medieval times. Mickey plays a wandering minstrel who saves Princess
Minnie from having to marry Dippy Dawg, the Prince of Poopoopadoo.
Other characters in the short include the King of Kalapazoo and
Clarabelle Cow as Minnie's handmaiden.
The plot of this short was recycled from the
Oswald short . Oh What a Knight This short is featured as a transition level in
. Epic Mickey Upon the Prince's (Dippy Dawg, later renamed Goofy) entrance, the five-note musical phrase "You're... a hor-se's ass" plays, indicating that the Prince is not too bright.
Mickey Mouse: The Black and White Years - Volume One
Robin Hood: 40th Anniversary Edition
Colorized version reissue title card.
I am a wandering minstrel. I journey from afar. My worldly goods are a climpy old mule, a song, and a busted guitar. Ha ha!
Cheer up, oh lovely princess. For you'll be rescued soon. I'll take ye away so ye won't have to stay and marry that silly baboon.
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