History WesternAnimation / HouseOfMouse

14th Feb '18 6:51:07 PM KagSwirby
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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: 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.Jasmine).
14th Feb '18 6:39:44 PM KagSwirby
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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), 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", which also featured Susie the Little Blue Coupe), 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'', although Pepper Ann and her mother appeared in a brief cameo.

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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), 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", which also featured Susie the Little Blue Coupe), 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'', although as stated prior Pepper Ann and her mother appeared in a brief cameo.
14th Feb '18 6:34:40 PM KagSwirby
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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), 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", which also featured Susie the Little Blue Coupe), 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), 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", which also featured Susie the Little Blue Coupe), 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''.
''WesternAnimation/LloydInSpace'', although Pepper Ann and her mother appeared in a brief cameo.
12th Feb '18 7:57:36 PM DFHNFHJGFHGJ
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12th Feb '18 7:14:04 PM nombretomado
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** Parts of the score in the short "Pinball Mickey" (including the title card) are based on TheWho's "Pinball Wizard."

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** Parts of the score in the short "Pinball Mickey" (including the title card) are based on TheWho's Music/TheWho's "Pinball Wizard."
8th Feb '18 7:48:21 PM system
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8th Feb '18 7:36:47 PM KYCKJIDRTHDRT
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8th Feb '18 7:14:17 PM nombretomado
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In 1998, the stars of the WesternAnimation/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 ''Main/OneSaturdayMorning'' 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 WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck's nephews or Mickey trying to impress WesternAnimation/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 WesternAnimation/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 ''Main/OneSaturdayMorning'' ''Creator/OneSaturdayMorning'' 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 WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck's nephews or Mickey trying to impress WesternAnimation/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:
7th Feb '18 12:21:08 PM eroock
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* StallingTheSip: In "Pluto Saves the Day", this happens when Pete, disguised as [[Disney/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs Snow White]], tries to trick Goofy into eating a poisoned apple.
-->'''Pete:''' ''(in falsetto)'' Oh, Goofy! I have a delicious apple for you!
-->'''Goofy:''' No thanks. Ma said never to take fruit from a stranger.
-->'''Pete:''' But I'm Snow White.
-->'''Goofy:''' Yeah? Well, who's that? ''(points to the real Snow White)''
-->'''Pete:''' Uh, well, uh, you know... An apple a day keeps the doc away.
-->'''Goofy:''' But I like Doc.
-->'''Pete:''' ''(normal voice)'' Just eat this apple!
-->'''Goofy:''' Okay, Snow. Bet'cha Prince Charming never saw ''this'' side of ya before the kiss.
-->''(Pete shoves the apple in Goofy's mouth)''
31st Jan '18 4:12:47 AM Cryoclaste
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** One of the music numbers has the townspeople from "Beauty And The Beast" in a band as the "Angry Villager People" in a lengthy VillagePeople ShoutOut.

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** One of the music numbers has the townspeople from "Beauty And The Beast" in a band as the "Angry Villager People" in a lengthy VillagePeople Music/VillagePeople ShoutOut.
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