A Rare 1968 Anti-War Short "Mickey Mouse In Vietnam" Has Resurfaced Online

    Its co-creator, the legendary Milton Glaser, says "Mickey Mouse is a symbol of innocence...and to have him killed, as a solider, is such a contradiction of your expectations."

    Created in 1968, Mickey Mouse in Vietnam is a 16mm underground anti-war short movie produced by Lee Savage (who also directed) and Milton Glaser. The one-minute unofficial Mickey Mouse cartoon features the iconic character being shipped to Vietnam. Moments after arriving, he is shot dead.

    The film was thought to be lost for many years until April 22, 2013, when it was uploaded to YouTube. The video has created quite a buzz, quickly popping up on various websites, like Reddit and Vimeo.