The New Adventures of Mighty Mouse

Season 2 Episode 4

Snow White & the Motor City Dwarfs / Don't Touch that Dial

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Aired Saturday 12:00 AM Oct 08, 1988 on CBS
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Snow White & the Motor City Dwarfs / Don't Touch that Dial
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A) MM goes to a T.V. executive with a new concept for a TV show, a retelling of Snow White. As MM describes it, we see it take place. Very weird and surrealistic. B) A toddler channel surfs on Saturday morning and sends Mighty Mouse into each of the cartoon shows to which he's changing channels.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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    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (4)

      • Gagbuster #1: Hey, look. These guys are telling jokes.

        Gagbuster #2: They're not supposed to do that.

        Gagbuster #3: Yeah. Pretty soon people will start laughing at them.

        Gagbuster #2: We've gotta stop 'em, okay?

        Gagbuster #1: But how?

        Gagbuster #4: Oh, I know. Let's select them out with extreme prejudice! Set for cancellation...aim...

        Mighty Mouse: (protecting Rocky and Hoodwinkle) Oh no! Not my cartoon buddies!

      • Rocky & Hoodwinkle narrator: Hoodwinkle, the none-too-bright moose was mixing a special solution which would eliminate the nation's number one affliction.

        Hoodwinkle: At last! A cure for loud Hawaiian shirts!

      • Mighty Mouse (to child): Well, of course you're bored! Look what you're watching! Hour upon hour of electronic pablum!! Errrgggh!!! Imitation is the sincerest form of television!

      • Mighty Mouse: Now I know why they call television a medium. Because nothing on it is rare or well done!

    • NOTES (1)

      • The shows Mighty Mouse is sent to are "The Jetstones" (a combination spoof of The Jetsons and The Flintstones), "Ring-A-Ding, Where Are You?" (Scooby Doo), and "Rocky & Hoodwinkle" (Rocky & Bullwinkle), which is invaded by "The Real Gagbusters" (The Real Ghostbusters).

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