Mickey Short “Croissant de Triomphe” Wins Another Emmy

Disney’s Mickey Mouse short Croissant de Triomphe picked up another Emmy—its third one—for Outstanding Short-format Animated Program. The award was announced during the 65th Annual Creative Arts Emmy Awards, held on Sunday, September 15.

The short had already won two Emmys in the juried Individual Achievement category. The large number of Emmys won by the short does not necessarily mean that it is the best of the new Mickey shorts, but only that it was the short chosen by Disney to be submitted for Emmy consideration.

In the Outstanding Animated Program competition, South Park won for the episode “Raising the Bar.” It is the show’s fourth Emmy Award in that category. The series was competing against episodes of Bob’s Burgers, Kung Fu Panda: Legends of Awesomeness, Regular Show, and The Simpsons.


  • Roberto Severino

    Very well deserved. Congrats to the fantastic team that worked on these Mickey Mouse shorts. They’re some of the funniest, imaginative cartoons I’ve seen all year.

  • Mike Inman

    well deserved… outstanding work

  • Kyle_Maloney

    I’m glad glad Mickey’s back in the business of doing shorts people like, but why this one? It’s probably one of my least favorites out of this new series.

  • DarylT

    A well deserved win.

  • Daniel Shock

    This one isn’t my favorite of the series – but I do love the series as a whole. Well done, and I’d love to see more!

  • smoothoperator350

    As good as these are, they’re also a breathe of fresh air compared to the competition.