History WesternAnimation / HouseOfMouse

18th Sep '16 6:20:06 AM rafi
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* PunchClockVillain:
** Most of the Disney baddies appear to be these, at least in this show. When they're at the club, they're off the clock and -- for the most part -- are just relaxing. And even when they ''do'' do something bad, it doesn't even compare to the atrocities they committed in their respective films (for example, Jafar in the ''Mickey's House of Villains'' film merely uniting the other villains to take over the House of Mouse when in ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}'', he tried to have the title character drowned and enslaved Jasmine.

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* PunchClockVillain:
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PunchClockVillain: Most of the Disney baddies appear to be these, at least in this show. When they're at the club, they're off the clock and -- for the most part -- are just relaxing. And even when they ''do'' do something bad, it doesn't even compare to the atrocities they committed in their respective films (for example, Jafar in the ''Mickey's House of Villains'' film merely uniting the other villains to take over the House of Mouse when in ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}'', he tried to have the title character drowned and enslaved Jasmine.
17th Sep '16 11:29:47 AM Hedging
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The concept of ''House of Mouse'' was that Mickey and his friends were now running an eponymous nightclub, whose entertainment consisted of special musical guests and showing the cartoon shorts produced for ''[=MouseWorks=]'' (some of which had not aired previously) to an audience of Disney characters. The guests consisted almost entirely of characters from all of the Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon films up to 2001's ''Disney/AtlantisTheLostEmpire'' (and none of the Creator/{{Pixar}} films, for obvious reasons), and sometimes characters from the ''Silly Symphonies'' shorts (mostly "Disney/ThreeLittlePigs", though). The series ''did'' feature cameo appearances by characters from other Disney TV cartoons (WesternAnimation/PepperAnn and her mom are seen ''outside'' the House in the first episode), the comic books ([[ComicBook/DisneyDucksComicUniverse Scrooge McDuck]] bought the House in one episode), [[Ride/DisneyThemeParks theme park attractions]] ([[Franchise/TheHauntedMansion the Hitchhiking Ghosts]], also in the first episode), and even live-action movies (Herbie from ''Film/TheLoveBug'', Benny the Cab from ''Film/WhoFramedRogerRabbit'' and the lightcycles from ''Film/{{Tron}}'' in "Max's New Car"), but these were few and far between. Curiously, unlike the later ''WesternAnimation/LiloAndStitchTheSeries'', ''House of Mouse'' also did not do any {{Crossover}}s with other currently-running Disney cartoons like ''WesternAnimation/BuzzLightyearOfStarCommand'' and ''WesternAnimation/LloydInSpace''.

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The concept of ''House of Mouse'' was that Mickey and his friends were now running an eponymous nightclub, whose entertainment consisted of special musical guests and showing the cartoon shorts produced for ''[=MouseWorks=]'' (some of which had not aired previously) previously), and occasionally classic Disney shorts from the Golden Age of Animation to an audience of Disney characters. The guests consisted almost entirely of characters from all of the Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon films up to 2001's ''Disney/AtlantisTheLostEmpire'' (and none of the Creator/{{Pixar}} films, for obvious reasons), and sometimes characters from the ''Silly Symphonies'' shorts (mostly "Disney/ThreeLittlePigs", though). The series ''did'' feature cameo appearances by characters from other Disney TV cartoons (WesternAnimation/PepperAnn and her mom are seen ''outside'' the House in the first episode), the comic books ([[ComicBook/DisneyDucksComicUniverse Scrooge McDuck]] bought the House in one episode), [[Ride/DisneyThemeParks theme park attractions]] ([[Franchise/TheHauntedMansion the Hitchhiking Ghosts]], also in the first episode), and even live-action movies (Herbie from ''Film/TheLoveBug'', Benny the Cab from ''Film/WhoFramedRogerRabbit'' and the lightcycles from ''Film/{{Tron}}'' in "Max's New Car"), but these were few and far between. Curiously, unlike the later ''WesternAnimation/LiloAndStitchTheSeries'', ''House of Mouse'' also did not do any {{Crossover}}s with other currently-running Disney cartoons like ''WesternAnimation/BuzzLightyearOfStarCommand'' and ''WesternAnimation/LloydInSpace''.
13th Sep '16 9:30:57 AM rafi
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* AdaptationPersonalityChange:
** Daisy is a lot less intelligent than she was in earlier cartoons. She's gone from level-headed foil of Donald to brain-dead egotistical fangirl.
** Uncle Scrooge is more a jerk compared to his more benevolent previous animated depiction in ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales''. In general, his depiction here seems to borrow more from his meaner, more antagonistic depiction in his early comic appearances (or his comically exaggerated depiction in Italian comics), to the point that the show's adaptation of ''Around the World in 80 Days'' uses him as a full-blown villain.



* TookALevelInDumbass: Daisy is a lot less intelligent than she was in earlier cartoons. She's gone from level-headed foil of Donald to brain-dead egotistical fangirl.
* TookALevelInJerkass: Uncle Scrooge, compared to his more benevolent previous animated depiction in ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales''. In general, his depiction here seems to borrow more from his meaner, more antagonistic depiction in his early comic appearances (or his comically exaggerated depiction in Italian comics), to the point that the show's adaptation of ''Around the World in 80 Days'' uses him as a full-blown villain.
28th Aug '16 11:36:57 AM nombretomado
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52 episodes of ''House of Mouse'' were produced, but only half of them were aired on One Saturday Morning before it was revamped and replaced with Creator/{{ABC}} Kids in September 2002. As a result, ''House of Mouse'' was taken off of Creator/{{ABC}} and moved to the DisneyChannel and ToonDisney, where the remaining 26 episodes aired alongside the previously aired ones as well. During the show's run, a few ''[=MouseWorks=]'' shorts were packaged with some of the classic shorts onto video compilations, but had their title cards cut out and replaced with newly-made framing animation, and were advertised as two direct-to-video movies - ''Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed in at the House of Mouse'' and ''[[WesternAnimation/MickeysHouseOfVillains Mickey's House of Villains]]''.

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52 episodes of ''House of Mouse'' were produced, but only half of them were aired on One Saturday Morning before it was revamped and replaced with Creator/{{ABC}} Kids in September 2002. As a result, ''House of Mouse'' was taken off of Creator/{{ABC}} and moved to the DisneyChannel Creator/DisneyChannel and ToonDisney, where the remaining 26 episodes aired alongside the previously aired ones as well. During the show's run, a few ''[=MouseWorks=]'' shorts were packaged with some of the classic shorts onto video compilations, but had their title cards cut out and replaced with newly-made framing animation, and were advertised as two direct-to-video movies - ''Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed in at the House of Mouse'' and ''[[WesternAnimation/MickeysHouseOfVillains Mickey's House of Villains]]''.
4th Aug '16 5:10:37 AM Morgenthaler
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* SleepsWithBothEyesOpen: In the short "How to Haunt a House", WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck achieves this by reading a book on sleeping with your eyes open.
20th Jul '16 11:24:48 AM dsneybuf
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* DontTryThisAtHome:
** Mix magic stew with Pixie dust. Otherwise the undead soldiers from the Black Cauldron will show up.

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* DontTryThisAtHome:
** Mix magic stew with Pixie dust.
DontTryThisAtHome: Prepare fondue in the Black Cauldron. Otherwise the undead soldiers from the Black Cauldron will show up.
15th May '16 10:42:09 AM CaptainTedium
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* ToiletHumor:

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* ToiletHumor:ToiletHumour:
7th May '16 5:13:36 AM CaptainTedium
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* LawyerFriendlyCameo: King Louie was replaced by his twin brother King Louie because Louis Prima's estate was entitled to royalties should King Louie make an animated appearance anywhere at the time. As of 2011, King Louie making appearances in Disney's works is no longer an issue.

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* LawyerFriendlyCameo: King Louie was replaced by his twin brother King Louie Larry because Louis Prima's estate was entitled to royalties should King Louie make an animated appearance anywhere at the time. As of 2011, King Louie making appearances in Disney's works is no longer an issue.
7th May '16 5:12:51 AM CaptainTedium
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* LawyerFriendlyCameo: King Larry, King Louie's twin brother, is used as Louis Prima's estate is entitled to royalties should King Louie make an animated appearance anywhere.

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* LawyerFriendlyCameo: King Larry, Louie was replaced by his twin brother King Louie's twin brother, is used as Louie because Louis Prima's estate is was entitled to royalties should King Louie make an animated appearance anywhere.anywhere at the time. As of 2011, King Louie making appearances in Disney's works is no longer an issue.
10th Apr '16 9:27:11 PM Chris116
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* BigBad: Pete for the series, who constantly tries to get the house shut down. Jafar takes up the role for ''House of Villains''.

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* BigBad: Pete for the series, Pete, who constantly always tries to get the house shut down. Jafar takes up the role for ''House of Villains''.down.



* DeusExMachina: How Jafar is defeated in ''House of Villains''.



* FiveBadBand: Jafar and the other Characters/DisneyVillains form one in ''Mickey's House of Villains''.
** BigBad - Jafar
** TheDragon - Captain Hook
** EvilGenius - Hades
** TheBrute - Ursula
** DarkChick - Cruella de Vil
* {{Flanderization}}: Quite a bit for several of the movie characters (the most obvious one being Gaston, who's basically turned into a living RunningGag), mostly thanks to the many {{Shout Out}}s to their original movies.

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* FiveBadBand: Jafar and the other Characters/DisneyVillains form one in ''Mickey's House of Villains''.
** BigBad - Jafar
** TheDragon - Captain Hook
** EvilGenius - Hades
** TheBrute - Ursula
** DarkChick - Cruella de Vil
* {{Flanderization}}: Quite a bit for several of the movie characters (the most obvious one being Gaston, who's basically turned into a living RunningGag), RunningGag and is more than likely the source of the "No one ___ like Gaston!" meme), mostly thanks to the many {{Shout Out}}s to their original movies.



* HostileShowTakeover:
** The entire premise of ''House of Villains''.
** Pete has a HostileShowTakeover at one point as well, and in another episode Scrooge [=McDuck=] buys the club and nearly drives everyone away by being so stingy.

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* HostileShowTakeover:
** The entire premise of ''House of Villains''.
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HostileShowTakeover: Pete has a HostileShowTakeover one at one point as well, point, and in another episode Scrooge [=McDuck=] buys the club and nearly drives everyone away by being so stingy.



* LegionOfDoom: Jafar banding the villains together in ''House of Villains''. Pete employs Jafar, Ursula, and the weasel Mooks when he takes over the House for a night.



* NeverTrustATrailer: The trailers for ''Mickey's House of Villains'' would lead you to believe the film revolves around Mickey battling the Disney Villains over the House of Mouse. The "film" is 90% shorts and the remaining 10% is spent regarding the villains' plot, which is mostly a VillainSong and a brief duel at the end.



* StockFootage: Crowd applause shots are constantly reused as are a number of shots where Horace is told to "hit it". A ''lot'' of the framing scenes of Mickey's House of Villains are made up of stock footage.

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* StockFootage: Crowd applause shots are constantly reused as are a number of shots where Horace is told to "hit it". A ''lot'' of the framing scenes of Mickey's House of Villains are made up of stock footage.
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