History WesternAnimation / MickeyDonaldGoofyTheThreeMusketeers

14th Jun '17 10:28:45 PM LordMikal
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** When Captain Pete goes for a shower early in the movie, his bar of soap is tightly bound in ropes as to not drop it.
3rd May '17 2:15:56 AM Tightwire
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* CowardlyLion: Donald is portrayed as one in the film. One of the main hooks of the plot is that Mickey, Donald and Goofy all have flaws to overcome. The strange thing is, while Donald already has ''many, many'' flaws, the most famous being his iconic temper, ''extreme'' cowardice isn't one of them. What's more, Donald's temper is still there and isn't portrayed as something he needs to overcome. None of this really ''hurts'' the film, but it's still an odd choice on the writers' part.

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* CowardlyLion: Donald is portrayed as one in the film. One of the main hooks of the plot is that Mickey, Donald and Goofy all have flaws to overcome. The strange thing is, while Donald already has ''many, many'' many, ''many'' flaws, the most famous notable being his iconic temper, ''extreme'' the unwarranted cowardice he shows in the movie isn't usually one of them. What's more, Donald's temper is still there and isn't portrayed as something he needs to overcome.them. None of this really ''hurts'' the film, but it's still an odd choice on the writers' part.
1st May '17 12:03:48 PM Mdumas43073
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[[caption-width-right:350:All for one and one for all!]]

A direct to DVD feature from Creator/{{Disney}} that for once isn't a sequel to a much better film or a TV episode compilation. As the name suggests, it's the stars of the WesternAnimation/ClassicDisneyShorts in the roles of ''Literature/TheThreeMusketeers'', or at least a story similar in nature.

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[[caption-width-right:350:All [[caption-width-right:320:All for one and one for all!]]

A direct to DVD 2004 DirectToVideo feature from Creator/{{Disney}} that for once isn't a sequel to a much better film or a TV episode compilation. As the name suggests, it's the stars of the WesternAnimation/ClassicDisneyShorts in the roles of ''Literature/TheThreeMusketeers'', or at least a story similar in nature.
25th Apr '17 6:38:55 PM ProfuseMeerkat
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* JerkassHasAPoint: As harsh as he was in telling Mickey, Donald, and Goofy why they have no hope of becoming musketeers, one can't deny the fact that Pete was correct in pointing out that Donald's cowardice and Goofy's idiocy were traits that would make them largely unsuitable for jobs as important as musketeers.
24th Apr '17 1:20:15 PM HarpieSiren
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* CallBack: During the first fight with the Beagle Boys, one of them slice through Mickey's musketeer uniform, revealing his trademark outfit underneath. Cue Mickey making his well-known pose before cut to the next frame. Donald is also shown wearing his trademark sailor suit under his uniform when [[spoiler: he decides to quit being a musketeer.]]

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* CallBack: During the first fight with the Beagle Boys, one of them slice through Mickey's musketeer uniform, revealing his trademark outfit underneath. Cue Mickey making his well-known stock pose before cut to the next frame. Donald is also shown wearing his trademark sailor suit under his uniform when [[spoiler: he decides to quit being a musketeer.]]



%%* CowardlyLion: Donald

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%%* * CowardlyLion: DonaldDonald is portrayed as one in the film. One of the main hooks of the plot is that Mickey, Donald and Goofy all have flaws to overcome. The strange thing is, while Donald already has ''many, many'' flaws, the most famous being his iconic temper, ''extreme'' cowardice isn't one of them. What's more, Donald's temper is still there and isn't portrayed as something he needs to overcome. None of this really ''hurts'' the film, but it's still an odd choice on the writers' part.
3rd Apr '17 6:09:43 PM nombretomado
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* HairTriggerSoundEffect: Every time Pete mentions the opera, it cuts to a poster and a snippet of ''ThePiratesOfPenzance''.

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* HairTriggerSoundEffect: Every time Pete mentions the opera, it cuts to a poster and a snippet of ''ThePiratesOfPenzance''.''Theatre/ThePiratesOfPenzance''.



* RunningGag: The same music, which happens to be the chorus of [[ThePiratesOfPenzance "With Catlike Tread"]] playing everytime the opera poster is shown.

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* RunningGag: The same music, which happens to be the chorus of [[ThePiratesOfPenzance [[Theatre/ThePiratesOfPenzance "With Catlike Tread"]] playing everytime the opera poster is shown.
11th Mar '17 3:26:30 PM nombretomado
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** Pete sings a few bars from the MickeyMouseClub theme to taunt Mickey at one point (singing the part he sang in the intro, at that). A few minutes later, he mentions waiting for the song [[Disney/TheLionKing "I Just Can't Wait to be King"]] while heading to the opera.

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** Pete sings a few bars from the MickeyMouseClub Series/TheMickeyMouseClub theme to taunt Mickey at one point (singing the part he sang in the intro, at that). A few minutes later, he mentions waiting for the song [[Disney/TheLionKing "I Just Can't Wait to be King"]] while heading to the opera.
20th Jan '17 7:27:12 PM HarpieSiren
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-->'''Donald:''' I'll be a musketeer the day cows fall from the sky. ''(Cue Goofy and Clarabelle -- a cow -- falling on top of Donald and all but destroying his boat.)''

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-->'''Donald:''' %%-->'''Donald:''' I'll be a musketeer the day cows fall from the sky. ''(Cue Goofy and Clarabelle -- a cow -- falling on top of Donald and all but destroying his boat.)''
7th Nov '16 3:11:30 PM dlchen145
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* IdiotBall: It don't matter how BadAss you think you are - anytime a villain who's ''three times your size'' starts saying, "By the power vested in my fist..." that's a good time to ''run away.''

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* IdiotBall: It don't matter how BadAss badass you think you are - anytime a villain who's ''three times your size'' starts saying, "By the power vested in my fist..." that's a good time to ''run away.''
11th Oct '16 3:54:11 PM nombretomado
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A direct to DVD feature from Creator/{{Disney}} that for once isn't a sequel to a much better film or a TV episode compilation. As the name suggests, it's the stars of the ClassicDisneyShorts in the roles of ''Literature/TheThreeMusketeers'', or at least a story similar in nature.

MickeyMouse, DonaldDuck and {{Goofy}} are three janitors who dream of becoming musketeers, but Mickey's size, Donald's cowardice and Goofy's intelligence (or lack thereof) are handicaps from their goal. However, they get their chance when Princess Minnie demands bodyguards from Captain Pete. Since said captain is planning to take over the kingdom, he decides to promote the three, hoping they'll be bungling enough not to ruin his plans.

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A direct to DVD feature from Creator/{{Disney}} that for once isn't a sequel to a much better film or a TV episode compilation. As the name suggests, it's the stars of the ClassicDisneyShorts WesternAnimation/ClassicDisneyShorts in the roles of ''Literature/TheThreeMusketeers'', or at least a story similar in nature.

MickeyMouse, DonaldDuck WesternAnimation/MickeyMouse, WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck and {{Goofy}} WesternAnimation/{{Goofy}} are three janitors who dream of becoming musketeers, but Mickey's size, Donald's cowardice and Goofy's intelligence (or lack thereof) are handicaps from their goal. However, they get their chance when Princess Minnie demands bodyguards from Captain Pete. Since said captain is planning to take over the kingdom, he decides to promote the three, hoping they'll be bungling enough not to ruin his plans.
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