Celebrate #RocktheDots Month by Marveling at These Classic Sketches of Minnie over the Years

This year marks a major milestone for Minnie Mouse! It’s been a whopping 90 years since her debut in “Steamboat Willie,” and she’s remained an icon ever since. And when we say icon, we’re talking film, fashion, television, so on and so forth. She is even getting her own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame! In honor of #RocktheDots month, and to show our appreciation toward Minnie for being our lifelong inspiration, we’ve rounded up some animation drawings and story sketches of our favorite Disney sweetheart over the years:Pie-eyed Minnie Mouse sketches in various poses.

The Barnyard Broadcast (1931)1931 story sketch of Minnie and Mickey Mouse playing instruments in a barnyard.1931 story sketch of Minnie playing an instrument with an orchestra in a barnyard.

Mickey Cuts Up (1931)Mickey and Minnie Mouse play mouth harps together.

Mickey’s Orphans (1931)Mickey and Minnie Mouse play with kittens in a house.

Building a Building (1933)Pluto pulls Mickey and Minnie Mouse in a wooden cart as they sell box lunches for 15 cents each.

Mickey’s Gala Premiere (1933)Minnie Mouse is turning to face us as she plays the piano.

The Little Whirlwind (1941) Sketch of Minnie Mouse looking ahead in surprise as she holds a cake.

These sketches perfectly capture the charm and personality we fell in love with—the reason why we’re so pumped about Minnie’s anniversary and #RocktheDots! From her early flower hat to the famous bow and ears we know today (that influence our everyday @MinnieStyle), Minnie’s been a trendsetter for as long as we can remember. Take a look at her style through the ages:

How will you be celebrating Minnie this month? Let us know in the comments!

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