The Mickey Mouse Theater of the Air was a musical-variety radio series for children, sponsored by Pepsodent and heard on NBC
on Sunday afternoons. Broadcast from the Disney Little Theater on the RKO lot from January 2 to May 15, 1938, the program was created to promote the February
1938 release of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. In addition to Snow White (January 9, 1938), other shows in the series included "Mother Goose Land," "Cinderella,"
"King Neptune," "The Pied Piper," "The Old Woman in the Shoe" and "Old MacDonald." Walt Disney did the voice of Mickey Mouse for the first three episodes. Starting
with the fourth episode, Mickey was voiced by comedian Joe Twerp. Disney appeared as himself in some early episodes. In later episodes, Disney was too busy to
attend performances, and he was impersonated by announcer John Hiestan. Radio actor J. Donald Wilson provided the voice for one episode. Other Disney characters
featured on the program were Donald Duck (Clarence Nash), Minnie Mouse (Thelma Boardman), Goofy (Stuart Buchanan) and Clara Cluck (Florence Gill). Music was provided
by the Felix Mills Orchestra, Donald Duck's Swing Band and The Minnie Mouse Woodland Choir. The opening theme music was "Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf?", and
the closing theme was "Heigh-Ho" from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.