Whoa.... (for a second I thought it was an actually screen shot... though Im not sure Mickey would be smiling, he's been in war before (refer to Minnie's "Out of the Pan and into the Firing Line", it's not something to smile at.)
Sei il benvenuto! E ho sempre saputo che eri una ragazza comunque! Ho cercato di comunicare con voi per un po ', ma non preoccuparti! In ogni caso, sei il benvenuto! ----------------------------------------
You're welcome! And I always know you were a girl anyway! I've been trying to communicate with you for awhile, but no worries! Anyway, you're welcome!
I really love the expressions here as well as the miss match of Mickey's army clothes with his red shorts. As well as the fact that Mick seems so cheerful even when the place is burning down. It looks so random and doesn't add up. That's why I love it so.
Now I really have to take a peek at the mentioned story.
Mickey IS a WWII veteran, of sorts. He's been portrayed as a soldier fighting on the front in some WWII cartoons promoting the Allied forces, and his name was used as the password for the Allied soldiers to use in the D-Day Landing.
Awesome! Being a Disney fan, I love hearing trivia. You seem to know your WWII cartoon shorts. Do you have the dvd collection 'On the front lines'? From what I've heard it contains all the shorts made by the Disney company from WWII.