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1935 Gum Inc Mickey Mouse with the Movie Stars trading card checklist

1935 Gum Inc Mickey Mouse with the Movie Stars Checklist

Release Year Archive: 1935

Manufacturer Archive: Gum Inc

Tag Archive: Disney, Mickey Mouse

Category Archive: Non-Sports Card Checklists

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1935 Gum Inc Mickey Mouse with the Movie Stars trading cards pick up where the other 1935 Gum Inc Mickey Mouse set left off. Although they were packaged as two separate collections, Movie Stars is essentially Series 3 of its predecessor. The numbering of this 24 card set begins at #97 and the design of the set is very similar though the artwork is quite different.

Also, instead of a punny riddle to answer, the goal with these cards is to guess who the movie star featured on the front is. If you always wanted a card with Mickey Mouse pointing a gun at Charlie Chaplin, this rarity is for you!

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1935 Gum Inc Mickey Mouse with the Movie Stars Checklist

Base Set – 24 Cards

ACC# – R90

#Card TitleMovie Star
97S-o-o! You’re A Wynndow Cleaner!Ed Wynn
98It’s An Honor To Have You Play In My Spectacle!Charles Coburn
99Lo, Mickey Marx! Hi, Groucho Mouse!Groucho Marx
100How Do You Manage To Draw So Well, Mickey?Will Rogers
101Am I Right On The Left Page Mickey?John Payne
102You Sure Made An Impression On Me.Joan Bennett
103Life Is Just A Bowl Of Chariots.Eddie Cantor
104The Little Seizer.Edward G. Robinson
105That’s The Biggest Opening I’ve Ever Seen In Hollywood.Joe E. Brown
106My Next Picture Will Be Silent, Mickey.Charlie Chaplin
107I Can’t Get Mickey Off My Mind.Harpo Marx
108Blondells Prefer Gentlemen.Joan Blondell
109I’m Getting Off Something Big.Jimmy Durante
110Lip And Let Lip.Maurice Chevalier
111A Dime For This?Boris Karloff
112O.K. Mickey More Powell To You.William Powell
113So You’re Leaving Me Flat?Greta Garbo
114Doug Gone! He’s Off Again.Douglas Fairbanks
115You Can Be Had!Mae West
116So You’re Putting On The High Hat Eh?Adolphe Menjou
117Look Out I’m Going To Strike You!Wallace Beery
118Le’slee How Shall We Take This?Leslie Howard
119Sworda Mad, Eh?Richard Dix
120Mickey You’re Certainly Handy For A Laugh!Laurel and Hardy