The New Adventures of Mighty Mouse

Season 2 Episode 6

A Star is Milked / Mighty's Tone Poem

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Aired Saturday 12:00 AM Oct 22, 1988 on CBS
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A Star is Milked / Mighty's Tone Poem
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A) MM goes to Hollywood to film his life story but Earnest Bovine (The aforementioned Cow) interferes. MM replaces a hair brush with a hanger in a billboard and battles a giant wig. Pearl is MM's agent.

B) MM rounds up all the criminals and forces them to watch his home movies which are made up of last seasons highlights re-dubbed. A strand of hair gets on the lens and MM spends a few minutes trying to grab it. As we watch the "home films" we see the animators hands trying to grab the hair.moreless

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    Mona Marshall

    Mona Marshall

    Various Voices

    Joe Alaskey

    Joe Alaskey

    Voice of Sourpuss/ Various Characters

    Clive Revill

    Clive Revill

    Various Voices

    Michael Pataki

    Michael Pataki

    Voice of The Cow/ Various Characters

    Alan Oppenheimer

    Alan Oppenheimer

    Additional Voices

    Maggie Roswell

    Maggie Roswell

    Voice of Pearl Pureheart/ Additional Characters

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • NOTES (6)

      • In Mighty's Tone Poem, cartoon likenesses of movie critics Roger Ebert and Gene Siskel crash the party.

      • In one scene of A Star Is Milked, Mighty Mouse is paired with Moe and Larry of the Three Stooges.

      • A cartoon Michael Jackson does the moonwalk and then his hat catches fire. This is a send-up of an instance at the time where during a video shoot, Jackson's hair catches fire.

      • William Shatner's toupee runs amok, until Mighty Mouse corrals it.

      • Among the season 1 scenes Mighty Mouse plays is the meeting and exchange of Bat-Bat and the Cow from Night Of The Bat-Bat, only it contains footage that was edited out of the original telecast. After the Cow says "I see you brought the famous Bug Wonder with you," it cuts to Bat-Bat, who says "Yes, and I see you brought the famous Merv Griffin!" It cuts to a cartoon Merv Griffin at a desk waving.

      • Series Finale

    • ALLUSIONS (2)

      • Touchdown Pictures

        The name of the studio (where Mighty Mouse's presumed life-story is to be made) is a spoof of Touchstone Pictures, an arm of the Walt Disney company.

      • The Cow: Mr. DeMille, I'm ready for my close-up.

        This famous line was originally delivered by Gloria Swanson (as Norma Desmond) in Billy Wilder's 1950 classic film Sunset Boulevard.

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