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Audiences at the time of Steamboat Willie's release were reportedly impressed by the use of sound for comedic purposes. Sound films or "talkies" were still considered innovative. The first feature-length movie with dialogue sequences, The Jazz Singer starring Al Jolson , was released on October 6, Within a year of its success, most United States movie theaters had installed sound film equipment. Walt Disney apparently intended to take advantage of this new trend and, arguably, managed to succeed.
Most other cartoon studios were still producing silent products and so were unable to effectively act as competition to Disney. As a result, Mickey would soon become the most prominent animated character of the time. Walt Disney soon worked on adding sound to both Plane Crazy and The Gallopin' Gaucho which had originally been silent releases and their new release added to Mickey's success and popularity.
A fourth Mickey short, The Barn Dance, was also put into production; however, Mickey does not actually speak until The Karnival Kid in when his first spoken words were "Hot dogs, Hot dogs! By , Felix would lose popularity among theater audiences, and Pat Sullivan decided to produce all future Felix cartoons in sound as a result.
The Opry House March 28, was the first time in which Mickey wore his white gloves. Mickey wears them in almost all of his subsequent appearances and many other characters followed suit.
The three lines on the back of Mickey's gloves represent darts in the gloves' fabric extending from between the digits of the hand, typical of glove design of the era. Although Mickey and Minnie still maintained their anthropomorphic characteristics, they were depicted as the size of regular mice and living with a community many other mice as pests in a home.
Mickey and Minnie would later appear the size of regular humans in their own setting. In appearances with real humans, Mickey has been shown to be about two to three feet high.
The Barnyard Battle April 25, was the only film to depict Mickey as a soldier and also the first to place him in combat. The Karnival Kid was the first time Mickey spoke. Before this he had only whistled, laughed, and grunted. His first words were "Hot dogs!
Hot dogs! Mickey's Follies introduced the song "Minnie's Yoo-Hoo" which would become the theme song for Mickey Mouse films for the next several years.
The "Minnie's Yoo-Hoo" song sequence was also later reused with different background animation as its own special short shown only at the commencement of s theater-based Mickey Mouse Clubs. Shortly before the release of the film, Iwerks left to start his own studio, bankrolled by Disney's then-distributor Pat Powers.
Powers and Disney had a falling out over money due Disney from the distribution deal. It was in response to losing the right to distribute Disney's cartoons that Powers made the deal with Iwerks, who had long harbored a desire to head his own studio.
The departure is considered a turning point in Mickey's career, as well as that of Walt Disney.
Walt lost the man who served as his closest colleague and confidant since Mickey lost the man responsible for his original design and for the direction or animation of several of the shorts released till this point. Later Disney Company reissues of the early cartoons tend to credit Walt Disney alone. Disney and his remaining staff continued the production of the Mickey series, and he was able to eventually find a number of animators to replace Iwerks.
As the Great Depression progressed and Felix the Cat faded from the movie screen, Mickey's popularity would rise, and by The Mickey Mouse Club would have one million members. Despite being eclipsed by the Silly Symphonies short the Three Little Pigs in , Mickey still maintained great popularity among theater audiences too, until , when polls showed that Popeye was more popular than Mickey.