History WesternAnimation / HouseOfMouse

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* AccidentalMisnaming: After learning that Donald is one of Disney/TheThreeCaballeros, Daisy can't say "caballero" correctly.
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* AccidentalMisnaming: AccidentalMisnaming: ** After learning that Donald is one of Disney/TheThreeCaballeros, Daisy can't say "caballero" correctly.

* AnimatedActors: Implied; the characters don't exactly act the same way in the House of Mouse as they do in their films, especially the villains. (The worst thing Jafar does is turn Donald into a ''literal'' LargeHam). For the shorts, it's zig-zagged: some are presented as things the characters acted in, others are presented as things that actually happened.
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* AnimatedActors: AnimatedActors: ** Implied; the characters don't exactly act the same way in the House of Mouse as they do in their films, especially the villains. (The worst thing Jafar does is turn Donald into a ''literal'' LargeHam). For the shorts, it's zig-zagged: some are presented as things the characters acted in, others are presented as things that actually happened.

* TheBusCameBack: For several classic characters who had vanished from Disney productions, such as Prof. Ludwig von Drake and Humphrey the Bear.
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* TheBusCameBack: TheBusCameBack: ** For several classic characters who had vanished from Disney productions, such as Prof. Ludwig von Drake and Humphrey the Bear.

* ButtMonkey: Poor Donald! ** Especially when one of Mike's Mickey-openers after the title sequence is "And now, better than Donald Duck in every way!" ** Also, a RunningGag is that [[Disney/TheAristocats O'Malley and the Alley Cats]] band ''never'' gets to perform.
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* ButtMonkey: ButtMonkey: ** Poor Donald! ** Donald! Especially when one of Mike's Mickey-openers after the title sequence is "And now, better than Donald Duck in every way!" ** Also, a A RunningGag is that [[Disney/TheAristocats O'Malley and the Alley Cats]] band ''never'' gets to perform.

* CastingGag: Mike, the sentient microphone announcer for the show, was voiced by the late Rod Roddy, who was well known as an announcer, specifically on ThePriceIsRight. ** In the opening titles, Baloo and Little John are always seen talking, a reference to how both shared a voice actor in Phil Harris. Little John is actually an {{Expy}} of Baloo meant to cash in on the latter's popularity.

* ClarkKenting: Just like in the comic books that the episode was based on, no one figures out that Super Goof is Goofy. ** Mickey eventually figures it out. Clarabelle thinks she worked out who he was, but wrongly guesses he's Dumbo based solely on the fact that they both fly and eat peanuts.
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* ClarkKenting: ClarkKenting: ** Just like in the comic books that the episode was based on, no one except for Mickey figures out that Super Goof is Goofy. ** Mickey eventually figures it out.Goofy. Clarabelle thinks she worked out who he was, but wrongly guesses he's Dumbo based solely on the fact that they both fly and eat peanuts.

* CuteKitten: Disney/{{Oliver| And Company}}. ** And Figaro
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* CuteKitten: CuteKitten: ** Disney/{{Oliver| And Company}}. ** And FigaroCompany}}. Figaro, too.

* DeadpanSnarker: The magic mirror, but ''everyone'' gains a sharp tongue in this show.
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* DeadpanSnarker: DeadpanSnarker: ** The magic mirror, but ''everyone'' gains a sharp tongue in this show.

* DontTryThisAtHome: Mix magic stew with Pixie dust. ** Otherwise the undead soldiers from the Black Cauldron will show up.
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* DontTryThisAtHome: DontTryThisAtHome: ** Mix magic stew with Pixie dust. ** dust. Otherwise the undead soldiers from the Black Cauldron will show up.

* FrightDeathtrap * FurryConfusion
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* %%* FrightDeathtrap * %%* FurryConfusion

* GoKartingWithBowser: Both the heroes and villains from the various Disney movies wine and dine at the House of Mouse. Hades even single-handedly prevents it from going under at one point by staying during a heatwave, ensuring they have an audience.
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* GoKartingWithBowser: GoKartingWithBowser: ** Both the heroes and villains from the various Disney movies wine and dine at the House of Mouse. Hades even single-handedly prevents it from going under at one point by staying during a heatwave, ensuring they have an audience.

* TheGrinch: Donald acts like one of these in the Christmas 'movie'. ** His Halloween short has him be this to his nephews.
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* TheGrinch: TheGrinch: ** Donald acts like one of these in the Christmas 'movie'. ** 'movie'. His Halloween short also has him be this to his nephews.

* TheHighQueen: From ''Disney/AtlantisTheLostEmpire''. ** There's actually a main reason why she had to be shown in her queen dress at the end of the film: her princess outfit is actually too "adult" to be shown in a child-friendly show by Disney. Too bad Creator/CreeSummer's not there to voice her.

* HostileShowTakeover: The entire premise of ''House of Villains''.
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* HostileShowTakeover: HostileShowTakeover: ** The entire premise of ''House of Villains''.

* {{Jerkass}}: Pete, of course.
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* {{Jerkass}}: {{Jerkass}}: ** Pete, of course.

** In another episode Max keeps talking down to Goofy the ‎''head waiter'' for having the easiest and least important job compared to Mickey and Donald. He learns the hard way that from Goofy's POV House of Mouse is a Crème de la crème restaurant with some of the most dangerous villains as regulars.
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** In another episode Max keeps talking down to Goofy the ‎''head ''head waiter'' for having the easiest and least important job compared to Mickey and Donald. He learns the hard way that from Goofy's POV House of Mouse is a Crème de la crème restaurant with some of the most dangerous villains as regulars.

* MythologyGag: Many jokes with the guests are references to their respective movies. There are also several jokes that reference the past works of Mickey and the rest of the staff, and there are a ton of gags hidden in the music. ** Seriously. Just try and count the number of Steamboat Willie jokes throughout the series. Or the number of sailor suit gags about Donald. Or the times Pete is either related to piracy or called "Peg-Leg."
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* MythologyGag: MythologyGag: ** Many jokes with the guests are references to their respective movies. There are also several jokes that reference the past works of Mickey and the rest of the staff, and there are a ton of gags hidden in the music. ** Seriously. Just try and count the number of Steamboat Willie jokes throughout the series. Or the number of sailor suit gags about Donald. Or the times Pete is either related to piracy or called "Peg-Leg."

* NegativeContinuity: Guests at the ''House of Mouse'' aren't restricted to one specific form. [[Disney/TheLionKing Simba]] regularly flip-flops between his cub and adult forms, and [[Disney/TheLittleMermaid Ariel]] makes appearances in both human and mermaid form. Plus all the many villain guests that died in their movies.
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* NegativeContinuity: NegativeContinuity: ** Guests at the ''House of Mouse'' aren't restricted to one specific form. [[Disney/TheLionKing Simba]] regularly flip-flops between his cub and adult forms, and [[Disney/TheLittleMermaid Ariel]] makes appearances in both human and mermaid form. Plus all the many villain guests that died in their movies.

** Plus, for any ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'' characters, they all appear as their enchanted selves -- for example, the Beast is still a beast and Lumiere and Cogsworth are still a candelabra and a clock, respectively. *** In the first episode after Minnie said "The crowd is turning ugly.", Beast '''in his human form''' turns back into a beast.
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** Plus, for any ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'' characters, they all appear as their enchanted selves -- for example, the Beast is still a beast and Lumiere and Cogsworth are still a candelabra and a clock, respectively. *** respectively. In the first episode after Minnie said "The crowd is turning ugly.", Beast '''in his human form''' turns back into a beast.

* OnlySaneMan: Mickey and Minnie Mouse. ** Particularly Minnie, who is [[NumberTwo Mickey's voice]] [[TheConsigliere of reason]] whenever he gets panicked and needs to be calmed down. (Such as ''the very first episode''.)
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* OnlySaneMan: Mickey and Minnie Mouse. OnlySaneMan: ** Particularly Minnie, who is [[NumberTwo Mickey's voice]] [[TheConsigliere of reason]] whenever he gets panicked and needs to be calmed down. (Such as ''the very first episode''.)

* ParentalBonus: Many agree that [[DeadpanSnarker Hades]] gets the wittiest and most mature dialogue.
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* ParentalBonus: ParentalBonus: ** Many agree that [[DeadpanSnarker Hades]] gets the wittiest and most mature dialogue.

* 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: 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. ** 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.

* RecycledPremise: The show liked to use the plot of having one of Donald's trickster nemeses visit the club and run around causing mischief while nobody but Donald notices. [[CassandraTruth While he tries to tell everybody what's going on and stop it]] [[HumiliationConga he inevitably ends up getting injured and humiliated,]] [[ButtMonkey in addition to being blamed for the trouble himself.]] Three of the episodes have this plot (using Humphrey Bear, Chip and Dale and the Aracuan), while a fourth have the plot with one of Donald's nemeses but with Mickey in Donald's place (the Baby Shelby episode), though Donald ends up being the butt of the joke in the end.
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* RecycledPremise: RecycledPremise: ** The show liked to use the plot of having one of Donald's trickster nemeses visit the club and run around causing mischief while nobody but Donald notices. [[CassandraTruth While he tries to tell everybody what's going on and stop it]] [[HumiliationConga he inevitably ends up getting injured and humiliated,]] [[ButtMonkey in addition to being blamed for the trouble himself.]] Three of the episodes have this plot (using Humphrey Bear, Chip and Dale and the Aracuan), while a fourth have the plot with one of Donald's nemeses but with Mickey in Donald's place (the Baby Shelby episode), though Donald ends up being the butt of the joke in the end.

* RunningGag: Thomas O'Malley and the Alley Cats from ''Disney/TheAristocats'' are constantly invited to perform at the House, but something always happens that results in their act being cancelled.
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* RunningGag: RunningGag: ** Thomas O'Malley and the Alley Cats from ''Disney/TheAristocats'' are constantly invited to perform at the House, but something always happens that results in their act being cancelled.

** Mr. Toad's insane driving, which often takes him crashing through the front doors and careening through the club. In one episode he gets in a high speed chase and ''arrested.'' *** Doubles as a MythologyGag, given what happened to him in TheWindInTheWillows and [[TheAdventuresOfIchabodAndMrToad its adaptation]]. * SceneryCensor: In "Salute to Sports", Goofy wrote the lyrics for a song he's singing on cards attached to various part of his body. He removes the clothes that hides these cards (including his GoofyPrintUnderwear) until the cards are the only thing hiding his dignity.
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** Mr. Toad's insane driving, which often takes him crashing through the front doors and careening through the club. In one episode he gets in a high speed chase and ''arrested.'' *** '' Doubles as a MythologyGag, given what happened to him in TheWindInTheWillows and [[TheAdventuresOfIchabodAndMrToad its adaptation]]. * SceneryCensor: SceneryCensor: ** In "Salute to Sports", Goofy wrote the lyrics for a song he's singing on cards attached to various part of his body. He removes the clothes that hides these cards (including his GoofyPrintUnderwear) until the cards are the only thing hiding his dignity.

* ScrewySquirrel: The Aracuan. ** And Dennis the Duck. "Have a sandwich!"
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* ScrewySquirrel: ScrewySquirrel: ** The Aracuan. ** And Dennis the Duck. "Have a sandwich!"

** Of all the films that were referenced in that show, ''Disney/AliceInWonderland'' was referenced the most (33+ characters in all), while ''Disney/{{Tarzan}}'' was referenced the least (only one character, Tantor the elephant appeared).
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** Of all the films that were referenced in that this show, ''Disney/AliceInWonderland'' was referenced the most (33+ characters in all), while ''Disney/{{Tarzan}}'' was referenced the least (only one character, Tantor the elephant appeared).

* [[SmallNameBigEgo Small Names, Big Egos]]: Mortimer Mouse and Gaston. * SpannerInTheWorks: One plot of Pete's was to sabotage the thermostat so that it was unbearably hot, driving the customers out. As Pete goes to gloat and demand the house over, he and Mickey find one last customer: Hades. ** And when Pete tries flooding Hades out, Ariel shows up instead.
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* [[SmallNameBigEgo Small Names, Big Egos]]: SmallNameBigEgo: Mortimer Mouse and Gaston. * SpannerInTheWorks: One plot of Pete's was to sabotage the thermostat so that it was unbearably hot, driving the customers out. As Pete goes to gloat and demand the house over, he and Mickey find one last customer: Hades. ** Hades. And when Pete tries flooding Hades out, Ariel shows up instead.

* TheTropeFormerlyKnownAsX: The Duck Formerly Known As Donald. The whole incident inspired Mickey to close out the episode as "The Mouse Currently Known As Mickey".
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* TheTropeFormerlyKnownAsX: TheTropeFormerlyKnownAsX: ** The Duck Formerly Known As Donald. The whole incident inspired Mickey to close out the episode as "The Mouse Currently Known As Mickey".

* UnholyMatrimony: There's a Hades/Maleficent episode. Hades wants to impress Maleficent and Mickey gives him advice that only makes the situation worse. But when Hades gets mad at Mickey and stops being nice, Maleficent likes him and the two of them leave together. It ends with Mickey giving the (rather {{broken|Aesop}}) message "Even if you're a bad-tempered lord of the underworld, you should always be yourself!" ** The same episode has a great SugarWiki/{{Funny Moment|s}}, when Hades emerges from Mickey's dressing room dressed as Mickey, which comes down to a Mickey Mouse hat, a pair of big shoes, big while gloves, and Mickey's red pants. And ''nothing else!'' [[SchmuckBait Here.]] [[http://i71.photobucket.com/albums/i135/octavius_rodens/horror.jpg Take a look]].
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* UnholyMatrimony: UnholyMatrimony: ** There's a Hades/Maleficent episode. Hades wants to impress Maleficent and Mickey gives him advice that only makes the situation worse. But when Hades gets mad at Mickey and stops being nice, Maleficent likes him and the two of them leave together. It ends with Mickey giving the (rather {{broken|Aesop}}) message "Even if you're a bad-tempered lord of the underworld, you should always be yourself!" ** The same episode has a great SugarWiki/{{Funny Moment|s}}, when Hades emerges from Mickey's dressing room dressed as Mickey, which comes down to a Mickey Mouse hat, a pair of big shoes, big while gloves, and Mickey's red pants. And ''nothing else!'' [[SchmuckBait Here.]] [[http://i71.photobucket.com/albums/i135/octavius_rodens/horror.jpg Take a look]].yourself!"

* VillainSong: [[http://youtu.be/ZHO6K6KcV4s Boom da Boom, Boom Boom da Boom]]
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* VillainSong: VillainSong: ** [[http://youtu.be/ZHO6K6KcV4s Boom da Boom, Boom Boom da Boom]]

* WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes: The unhappy customers in "Dining Goofy". ** Also, the stew attack in "Goofy's Menu Magic".
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* WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes: WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes: ** The unhappy customers in "Dining Goofy". ** Also, the The stew attack in "Goofy's Menu Magic".

* BaitAndSwitch: "How to Be a Waiter" is a perfect example of this trope. The cartoon starts out by showing the lowdown of being a waiter, but it becomes too much for Goofy, and so he shoots for a better career as a movie star, which is pretty much what the cartoon remains about. Ironically, the movie Goofy stars in [[BookEnds casts him as... a waiter!]]
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* BaitAndSwitch: BaitAndSwitch: ** "How to Be a Waiter" is a perfect example of this trope. The cartoon starts out by showing the lowdown of being a waiter, but it becomes too much for Goofy, and so he shoots for a better career as a movie star, which is pretty much what the cartoon remains about. Ironically, the movie Goofy stars in [[BookEnds casts him as... a waiter!]]

* CantGetAwayWithNothing: Often, especially when it comes to Donald - as usual, the fates punish him for every transgression, overblown or otherwise. A good singular example involves Mickey, however - he finds an envelope on the ground and instead of trying to find the owner he buys a bow for Minnie. Immediately after he finds out that the money was for orphans in order to keep them from being kicked out on the street. Ouch. Hijinks ensue.
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* CantGetAwayWithNothing: CantGetAwayWithNothing: ** Often, especially when it comes to Donald - as usual, the fates punish him for every transgression, overblown or otherwise. otherwise. ** A good singular example involves Mickey, however - he finds an envelope on the ground and instead of trying to find the owner he buys a bow for Minnie. Immediately after he finds out that the money was for orphans in order to keep them from being kicked out on the street. Ouch. Hijinks ensue.

* {{Jerkass}}: Donald, sometimes, especially to his nephews. Daisy, particularly in shorts starring Minnie. ** JerkWithAHeartOfGold: While she often gives everyone else hell, Daisy is shown to actually care about Donald when she appears in his shorts and some of Minnie's shorts featuring Daisy end with Daisy sincerely apologizing to Minnie for giving her problems.
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* {{Jerkass}}: {{Jerkass}}: ** Donald, sometimes, especially to his nephews. Daisy, particularly in shorts starring Minnie. ** JerkWithAHeartOfGold: While she often gives everyone else hell, Daisy is shown to actually care about Donald when she appears in his shorts and some of Minnie's shorts featuring Daisy end with Daisy sincerely apologizing to Minnie for giving her problems.Minnie.

* {{Jerkass}}: Donald, sometimes, especially to his nephews. Daisy, particularly in shorts starring Minnie. JerkWithAHeartOfGold: ** JerkWithAHeartOfGold: While she often gives everyone else hell, Daisy is shown to actually care about Donald when she appears in his shorts and some of Minnie's shorts featuring Daisy end with Daisy sincerely apologizing to Minnie for giving her problems.

* RecycledPremise: A good number of shorts fall under the premise of "Mickey, Donald and Goofy are X. HilarityEnsues", where X is a job such as being painters or car washers or whatnot, complete with almost identical opening scenes. Lampshaded when the jobs get ridiculous ("Organ Donors", anyone?), and subverted when their job goes OffTheRails.
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* RecycledPremise: RecycledPremise: ** A good number of shorts fall under the premise of "Mickey, Donald and Goofy are X. HilarityEnsues", where X is a job such as being painters or car washers or whatnot, complete with almost identical opening scenes. Lampshaded when the jobs get ridiculous ("Organ Donors", anyone?), and subverted when their job goes OffTheRails.

*** And "Pluto Gets The Paper", where Pluto always gets into some crazy adventure while trying to retrieve the newspaper for Mickey.
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*** And ** "Pluto Gets The Paper", where Pluto always gets into some crazy adventure while trying to retrieve the newspaper for Mickey.
4th Feb '16 11:32:21 AM eroock
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No bolding for work titles. See format rules on How To Create A Works Page, 4th paragraph "No bolding is used for work titles" and FAQ: "What emphasis do I use for the title?: Whatever you do, it does not belong in boldface-font."
In 1998, the stars of the ClassicDisneyShorts returned to starring in regular cartoon shorts. But rather than being made to play right before selected movies in theaters (although a few of them actually premiered there anyway), these new cartoons were going to be shown alongside other Disney cartoons like ''WesternAnimation/{{Recess}}'' and ''WesternAnimation/PepperAnn''. MickeyMouse and the gang's new show, titled '''''Mickey [=MouseWorks=]''''', made its debut on Creator/{{ABC}}'s One Saturday Morning programming block on May 1, 1999. It followed a ThreeShorts format, with each five-minute short starring one of Mickey's gang, and even mixing characters who rarely, if ever, interacted in the older cartoons (i.e. Mickey taking care of DonaldDuck's nephews or Mickey trying to impress MinnieMouse when he thinks she's leaving him for ''[[Disney/SaludosAmigos José Carioca]]''). Sometimes, the characters starred in newly-made installments of the ''SillySymphonies'', in which the stories were set entirely to music and without dialogue. OncePerEpisode, there would also be one or two 90-second gag shorts with the following umbrella titles:
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In 1998, the stars of the ClassicDisneyShorts returned to starring in regular cartoon shorts. But rather than being made to play right before selected movies in theaters (although a few of them actually premiered there anyway), these new cartoons were going to be shown alongside other Disney cartoons like ''WesternAnimation/{{Recess}}'' and ''WesternAnimation/PepperAnn''. MickeyMouse and the gang's new show, titled '''''Mickey [=MouseWorks=]''''', ''Mickey [=MouseWorks=]'', made its debut on Creator/{{ABC}}'s One Saturday Morning programming block on May 1, 1999. It followed a ThreeShorts format, with each five-minute short starring one of Mickey's gang, and even mixing characters who rarely, if ever, interacted in the older cartoons (i.e. Mickey taking care of DonaldDuck's nephews or Mickey trying to impress MinnieMouse when he thinks she's leaving him for ''[[Disney/SaludosAmigos José Carioca]]''). Sometimes, the characters starred in newly-made installments of the ''SillySymphonies'', in which the stories were set entirely to music and without dialogue. OncePerEpisode, there would also be one or two 90-second gag shorts with the following umbrella titles:

Regardless of what everyone thought of ''[=MouseWorks=]'', it received a major {{Retool}}ing in the middle of its third season. On January 13, 2001, ''Mickey [=MouseWorks=]'' was replaced with a new series titled '''''Disney's House of Mouse''''', and this time, the cartoon shorts were being presented with a framing device.
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Regardless of what everyone thought of ''[=MouseWorks=]'', it received a major {{Retool}}ing in the middle of its third season. On January 13, 2001, ''Mickey [=MouseWorks=]'' was replaced with a new series titled '''''Disney's ''Disney's House of Mouse''''', Mouse'', and this time, the cartoon shorts were being presented with a framing device.
9th Jan '16 11:24:06 AM StFan
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* HappilyMarried: Mickey and Minnie at the end of "Around the World in 80 Days". This happens to them again as well as to Donald and Daisy at the end of the adaptation of Theater/AMidsummerNightsDream. In all cases, the married couples are clearly happy to be together.
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* HappilyMarried: Mickey and Minnie at the end of "Around the World in 80 Days". This happens to them again as well as to Donald and Daisy at the end of the adaptation of Theater/AMidsummerNightsDream.''Theatre/AMidsummerNightsDream''. In all cases, the married couples are clearly happy to be together.
4th Jan '16 7:51:25 AM mr3urious
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* ActorAllusion: Mike, who is voiced by [[Series/ThePriceIsRight Rod Roddy]], introduced Mickey in one episode by telling him to "Come on down!".
3rd Jan '16 12:15:47 PM notShemp
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* NobodysThatDumb: In "Super Goof", after eating some contaminated peanuts, Goofy becomes a superhero named "Super Goof". When Clarabelle thinks she figures out who Super Goof is after finding a contaminated peanut shell, she thinks it's Disney/{{Dumbo}} despite Goofy's superhero costume is just him wearing a [[ClarkKenting red jumpsuit and a blue cape]] with nothing obscuring his face. Goofy was not amused by this. -->'''Goofy''': Oh, come on. I may be goofy but even I'm not ''that'' stupid.
2nd Jan '16 1:19:21 AM phoenix
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** Also multiple appearances of Brer Rabbit, fox and bear from SongOfTheSouth which hasn't been aired or released for at least 20 years and probably never will be again.
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** Also multiple appearances of Brer Rabbit, fox and bear from SongOfTheSouth Disney/SongOfTheSouth which hasn't been aired or released for at least 20 years and probably never will be again.

* UnusualEuphemism: Mickey uses these a lot for swearing. Sometimes exclaiming "[[SongOfTheSouth Zip-a-dee-doo-dah!]]" or "Ah, [[Disney/{{Pinocchio}} Jiminy Cricket!]]" when he's frustrated.
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* UnusualEuphemism: Mickey uses these a lot for swearing. Sometimes exclaiming "[[SongOfTheSouth "[[Disney/SongOfTheSouth Zip-a-dee-doo-dah!]]" or "Ah, [[Disney/{{Pinocchio}} Jiminy Cricket!]]" when he's frustrated.
29th Dec '15 8:31:52 AM mr3urious
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* ActorAllusion: Mike, who is voiced by [[Series/ThePriceIsRight Rod Roddy]], introduced Mickey in one episode by telling him to "Come on down!".
10th Dec '15 11:31:36 AM LadyJafaria
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* WhosOnFirst: The aforementioned "The Other Side of Town" and "Step On It" streets. Additionally, there's one in "How to Be Smart", a Goofy cartoon, where he's followed the instructions and made it onto a quiz show, but doesn't know the answer to a hard question about a game-winning baseball play and exclaims "Heavens to Betsy!" The two players' names turned out to be Heavens and Betsy, giving Goofy credit for the answer.
30th Nov '15 10:17:18 PM Tallens
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* ScalingTheSummit: "Mickey's Mountain" has Mickey and Pete racing on Unnamed Mountain to rename it (Mickey wants to name it after Minnie, while Pete want to name it after himself). At the end, it turns out that Minnie made it first, having taken a ski lift.
3rd Nov '15 9:37:38 AM LadyJafaria
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* EverythingIsSexierInFrench: In "Mickey Tries to Cook," the reason Mickey tries to cook is that Minnie is tired of the ham, tomato and cheese sandwiches [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment with cheese]] that are all Mickey knows how to make, and he sees her at the grocery store with Jose Carioca who offers her an exotic-sounding dish. At the end of the cartoon, it turns out that Jose ''also'' made a ham, tomato and cheese sandwich with cheese, and just told the name in Portuguese.
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* EverythingIsSexierInFrench: EverythingSoundsSexierInFrench: In "Mickey Tries to Cook," the reason Mickey tries to cook is that Minnie is tired of the ham, tomato and cheese sandwiches [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment with cheese]] that are all Mickey knows how to make, and he sees her at the grocery store with Jose Carioca who offers her an exotic-sounding dish. At the end of the cartoon, it turns out that Jose ''also'' made a ham, tomato and cheese sandwich with cheese, and just told the name in Portuguese.
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