1936

Mickey dreams that he steps through his bedroom mirror, into a land where inanimate household objects come to life.

Thru the Mirror

When Mickey falls asleep while reading Lewis Carroll's "Alice Through the Looking Glass," he dreams he steps through his bedroom mirror into a land where all the furnishings and objects are animated and he can interact with them. But they are not all friendly, and after Mickey dances with the queen in a deck of playing cards, making the king jealous, they attack him and send him back through the mirror as the alarm clock wakes him up.

Release date:

1936