Disney's House of Mouse

ABC (ended 2003)
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  • Episode Guide
  • S 4 : Ep 13

    Halloween With Hades

    Aired 10/3/03

  • S 4 : Ep 12

    House of Crime

    Aired 9/2/02

  • S 4 : Ep 11

    House Of Magic

    Aired 9/2/02

  • S 4 : Ep 10

    House of Genius

    Aired 10/17/03

  • S 4 : Ep 9

    Mickey and the Culture Clash

    Aired 10/24/03

  • Cast & Crew
  • Frank Welker

    voice of Gus Goose, Aracuan Bird, Figaro, Dodger, Various Voices

  • Jim Cummings

    voice of Pete, Ed the Hyena, Big Bad Wolf, Humphrey the Bear, Various Voices

  • Tress MacNeille

    voice of Daisy Duck,Various Voices

  • Corey Burton

    voice of Ludwig Von Drake, Captain Hook, Chief OHara, Mad Hatter, Ranger J. Audubon Woodlore, White Rabbit, Various Voices

  • April Winchell

    voice of Clarabelle Cow, Additional Voices

  • show Description
  • House Of Mouse is the former but even better Mickey Mouse Works. "House of Mouse" is a nightclub-type theater, where Mickey himself emcees nightly. Stars of every Disney film ever made are seated in the audience, often becoming part of the show themselves, as Mickey and his friends entertain and premiere original cartoons. "The show must go on," as Mickey and gang must keep the club running, so Pete, the owner of the building, doesn't shut it down. A Christmas special entitled "Snowed in at the House of Mouse" is available on DVD and VHS. The DVD edition includes the first episode of the series, The Stolen Cartoons, in the "Special Features" section. Also available is soundtrack for this series, which features original songs as well as older Disney favorites. The album is available on Disney Records (the cover for the CD is the picture shown here). Now, Mickey's House Of Villains makes it's way on DVD and Video Sept. 3, 2003 for the villains musical number "It's Our House Now." Characters Mickey Mouse - Emcee Mickey Mouse hosts the nightclub, that's the hottest spot on Main Street, and the tooniest place on Earth, The House of Mouse. He is a kind-hearted and popular American icon that's been around since the '20s, and has been the Disney mascot since. Minnie Mouse - When pandemonium breaks loose anywhere in the club, you can always count on Mickey's girlfriend, Minnie, to straiten things out from behind the scenes. When Mickey starts to panic from pressure, Minnie's there to calm him down. Pluto - Mickey's faithful dog, Pluto, is also there, behind the scenes, keeping things in order. Donald Duck - Donald Duck, owns The House of Mouse 50-50 with his best friend, Mickey. It's also his job to greet guests at the door. He can loose his temper very easily, but he can remain calm, if he tries... sometimes. Daisy Duck - Donald's girlfriend, Daisy Duck, is responsible for having guests reserved and seated. She also does some pretty weird stuff every time Mickey gives her a chance on the stage. Goofy Goof - Mickey and Donald's other friend, Goofy, is headwaiter of the club. With his clumsiness, we can be sure a lot of dishes are broken! Despite that, and that he shows little common sense, he's a loyal friend. Maximilian "Max" Goof - Goofy's skateboard-cool, teenage son is valet of the club. Now, if only he could get his own car. Gus Goose - Gus is the club cook. Just try to keep him from eating the food. Clarabelle Cow - This cow is the queen of Main Street gossip. If she hears something juicy, she can't keep her mouth shut! Horace Horsecollar - Horace is in charge of all multimedia works of the club. He runs cartoons, lights, sounds, you name it. The one line you're bound to hear directed to him is, "Hit it, Horace!" Pete - Pete is the landlord of the building The House of Mouse takes place in... and he'll do anything to stop the show and shut down the club.moreless

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (181)

    • Pepper Ann's Mom: Don't touch the villain, dear.

    • Mickey: The Beast, Aladdin & Jasmine and, oh, I see the 3 Little Pigs are in the house! Hey, Lumiere, thanks for being MY guest!

    • Goofy: (to Cruella DeVil) Here's your doggy bag, Miss DeVil. Cruella: Forget the bag. (eyeing a frightened Pluto) I'll take the doggy!

    • Timon: Waiter, there's a fly in my friend's soup! I want one too! Hey, Simba, what did you get in your soup? (Camera pans over to Simba, sitting in front of a bowl of soup that Rafiki is washing himself in.) Simba: (sigh) Rafiki.

    • Goofy: Who ordered the chips? Card from Alice in Wonderland: Pick a card. Any card.

    • (in every episode) Mickey Mouse: See ya real soon!

    • Pete: This isn't MY rope! I don't even KNOW Horace Horsecollar! Horace: Hey Pete. Pete: Oh, hey Horace.

    • Goofy: .yfooG s'tI .yekciM olleH Mickey Goofy, you're talkin' through the wrong end of the phone again! Goofy: !spoO

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    Notes (48)

    • The Club is co-Owned by Mickey and Donald, but Mickey is the "Headliner" so the club is called the House of "Mouse".

    • Tantor is the only characters from Tarzan to ever appear at the House of Mouse.

    • The characters I recall seeing in Episode are : The 3 "black-and-white" characters, the 3 Hyenas (from The Lion King), the 7 Dwarfs, Pocahontas, Meeko, Baloo, Hades, Pegasus, Brer Rabbit, Brer Fox, Brer Bear, Timon & Pumbaa, Jiminy Cricket, Gepetto, Pinocchio, Hercules, Meg, Ranger Woodlore, Alice, Tweedle Dee & Tweedle Dum, Cheshire Cat, Bread-and-butterflies, Mad Hatter, March Hare, Queen Of Hearts, King Of Hearts,White Rabbit, Card Soldiers, Dumbo, Timothy Mouse, Simba, Rafiki, Jafar, Belle, Beast/Prince Adam, Lumiere, Cogsworth, Aladdin, Jasmine, the 3 Little Pigs, Pooh, Tigger, Kanga, Cruella De Vil, Maleficent/Dragon, Cinderella, Genie, Tantor, Queen/Witch (from Snow White), Christopher Robin, Mr. Toad, Pecos Bill, Aurora, Mulan, Snow White, Ariel, Flounder, Robin Hood, Sheriff Of Nottingham, Rhinos (from Robin Hood), Crocodile (from Robin Hood), Lady & Tramp, the 101 Dalmatians, Captain Hook, Pepper Ann and her mom, Magic Mirror, Hitchhiking Ghosts (from The Haunted Mansion), Gaston, Aracuan Bird, Mortimer Mouse, Prince Charming, Fairy Godmother, Baloo from Jungle Book, Ursula.

    • There is a few shorts that never appeared in Mickey Mouse Works.

    • Although the newer cartoons they show at the House of Mouse are recycled from Mickey Mouse Works, "Hickory Dickory Mickey" doesn't seem to be anywhere in the M.M.W. guide, so, apparently, it really was just made to replace the cartoons that were stolen by Pete.

    • Pepper Ann and her mom make a cameo appearance at the end of this episode. So far, they're the only Disney Television Animation characters to ever appear on "House of Mouse." Pepper Ann's mother says something like, "Don't tocuh the villian, honey" to P.A. after Pete falls out of the sky.

    • You can also watch this episode on the "Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed In At The House of Mouse" DVD.

    • The appearance of the Censor Monkeys is perhaps a reference to how, in cartoon shorts, excessively violent (i.e. kids throwing knives at Mickey in "Mickey's Nightmare", or Goofy accidentally sticking his fork into a plug socket in "Mickey's Trailer") or supposedly stereotypical (e.g. the Spaniards in "For Whom the Bull Toils") bits are censored when aired on television.

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    Trivia (33)

    • At the end of this episode, the House of Mouse blows up (thanks to the wolf). But the exact episode after, it's still intact as if nothing happened to it.

    • "I can't believe nobody out there knew the Third Caballero is our own Donald Duck!" Mickey says. But Pumbaa knew it was Donald, so shouldn't that be almost nobody?

    • Mickey doesn't make a lot of appearances in this episode.

    • How could the golf ball float and hit Donald if it was controlled by a magnet?

    • Why would there be a crocodile in a water hazard of a golf course?

    • How could rent be so cheap that you can buy only one wheel of cheese with the money?

    • If there was a ski lift on the mountain, then the mountain would have been named already, and most likely, tons of people would be up there.

    • Animated Shorts: Minnie Visits Daisy: Minnie decides to visit Daisy and bring one of her "famous" apple pies, but can't seem to get Daisy's attention when she comes knocking on the door. Mickey's Big Break: When Donald and Mickey break a picture of Minnie and Daisy by playing football in the house, they go to extreme lengths to try to replace it.

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    Allusions (17)

    • Quackstreet Boys Huey, Dewey, and Louie's band is a clear parody of the Backstreet Boys.

    • Pete: Ooh, look, Annette Funicello!
      Annette Funicello, who was one of the Mouseketeers on the original 1950s "Mickey Mouse Club TV series, is mentioned in this line.

    • The Mask
      Big Bad Wolf Daddy's outfit is very similar to what the title character in the 1994 Jim Carrey film The Mask wore (the banana-yellow zoot suit and matching hat.) This could also be because the Mask actually morphs into a CGI cartoon wolf when he howls and wolf-whistles over Tina Carlyle in the film, hence Big Bad Wolf Daddy wearing an identical outfit as The Mask's.

    • Girl: Pretty fly for a goof guy.
      In 1999, The Offspring (a band) released a song called "Pretty Fly for a White Guy." This song is still pretty popular today, but its not referenced in a lot of movies or shows, especially not in cartoons.

    • Agent Guy: He is now...
      Donald renames himself "The Duck Formerly Known as Donald," just like Prince-- that is "The Artist Formerly as... Prince."

    • Mickey: Is that your final answer?
      This is a direct reference to the popular ABC network game show "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire".

    • Mickey: There's a spinning tea cup illegally parked. License plate: R-U-DIZZY.
      The "Mad Tea Party", the Disney theme parks' tea cup attraction, is referenced in this line.

    • Simba: [Timon and Pumbaa] always get all the attention.
      Simba is of course referring to Timon and Pumbaa being so popular that they starred in nutritional spots as well as their own TV series.

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  • Fan Reviews (47)
  • Great Potential, Lacking Delivery

    By masterluma0319, May 13, 2013

  • I miss this show so much!

    By PIGGYDOOM, Jan 25, 2013

  • I don't have the feel for this show

    By HotWheelsdude, Dec 24, 2012

  • I loved this show

    By RicoColeman, Jul 28, 2012

  • A great show for any Disney fan, though I thought the shorts were better than the wraparounds.

    By TwoTonePhantom, Apr 14, 2011

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