History WesternAnimation / MickeyMouseClubhouse

5th Feb '17 11:21:31 AM JustinNotSeen
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** "Mickey's Monster Musical" special has plenty of nods to (of all things) Film/TheRockyHorrorPictureShow with Mickey and Minnie's car braking down next to a hunted castle with a mad scientist. Even the opening song is a refrence to "Dammit Jannet" only with Mickey asking Minnie to go on a picking with him inste of proposing. The mayority of the episode is series of cartoon [[Universal Monsters]] cliches so the "Rocky Picture Show" homage will get over kids heads.

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** "Mickey's Monster Musical" Halloween special has plenty of nods to (of all things) Film/TheRockyHorrorPictureShow with being an musical about Mickey and Minnie's car braking down next to a hunted castle with a mad scientist. Even The song "All you Need is Light" is a mix of "Science Fiction/Double Feature" and "There's A Light" and even the opening song is a refrence to "Dammit Jannet" only with Mickey asking Minnie to go on a picking with him inste of proposing. The mayority of the episode is series of cartoon [[Universal Monsters]] Franchise/UniversalHorror cliches so the "Rocky Picture Show" homage will get over kids heads.
5th Feb '17 11:10:35 AM JustinNotSeen
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** "Mickey's Monster Musical" special has plenty of nods to (of all things) [[Film/TheRockyHorrorPictureShow]] with Mickey and Minnie's car braking down next to a hunted castle with a mad scientist. Even the opening song is a refrence to "Dammit Jannet" only with Mickey asking Minnie to go on a picking with him inste of proposing. The mayority of the episode is series of cartoon [[Universal Monsters]] cliches so the "Rocky Picture Show" homage will get over kids heads.

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** "Mickey's Monster Musical" special has plenty of nods to (of all things) [[Film/TheRockyHorrorPictureShow]] Film/TheRockyHorrorPictureShow with Mickey and Minnie's car braking down next to a hunted castle with a mad scientist. Even the opening song is a refrence to "Dammit Jannet" only with Mickey asking Minnie to go on a picking with him inste of proposing. The mayority of the episode is series of cartoon [[Universal Monsters]] cliches so the "Rocky Picture Show" homage will get over kids heads.
5th Feb '17 11:09:57 AM JustinNotSeen
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** "Mickey's Monster Musical" special has plenty of nods to (of all things) [[Rocky Horror Picture show]] with Mickey and Minnie's car braking down next to a hunted castle with a mad scientist. Even the opening song is a refrence to "Dammit Jannet" only with Mickey asking Minnie to go on a picking with him inste of proposing. The mayority of the episode is series of cartoon [[Universal Monsters]] cliches so the homage will get over kids heads.

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** "Mickey's Monster Musical" special has plenty of nods to (of all things) [[Rocky Horror Picture show]] [[Film/TheRockyHorrorPictureShow]] with Mickey and Minnie's car braking down next to a hunted castle with a mad scientist. Even the opening song is a refrence to "Dammit Jannet" only with Mickey asking Minnie to go on a picking with him inste of proposing. The mayority of the episode is series of cartoon [[Universal Monsters]] cliches so the "Rocky Picture Show" homage will get over kids heads.
5th Feb '17 11:05:08 AM JustinNotSeen
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** "Mickey's Monster Musical" special has plenty of nods to (of all things) [[Rocky Horror Picture show]] with Mickey and Minnie's car braking down next to a hunted castle with a mad scientist. Even the opening song is a refrence to "Dammit Jannet" only with Mickey asking Minnie to go on a picking with him inste of proposing. The mayority of the episode is series of cartoon [[Universal Monsters]] cliches so the homage will get over kids heads.
23rd Nov '16 1:17:09 PM fruitstripegum
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* LighterAndSofter: In most of his incarnations, Pete is an outright villain or at the very least, a major {{Jerkass}}. Here, though, he's a genuinely nice guy, if a of an bit arrogant blowhard and regularly greedy and sneaky in stories, where he always ends up seeing the error of his ways and coming around anyway.

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* LighterAndSofter: In most of his incarnations, Pete is an outright villain or at the very least, a major {{Jerkass}}. Here, though, he's a genuinely nice guy, if a bit of an bit arrogant blowhard and regularly greedy and sneaky in stories, where he always ends up seeing the error of his ways and coming around anyway.
22nd Nov '16 7:52:34 AM N8han11
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** In "Pluto's Bubble Bath", Mickey and Pluto [[FloatingInABubble get trapped inside bubbles and helplessly float away as a result, defying gravity.]]
*** In the same episode, the bubbles enter low orbit and Mickey frets because [[ArtisticLicenseAstronomy nearby]] [[SpaceDoesNotWorkThatWay stars]] might pop the bubbles. They are rescued by their friends in a propellor plane, which is also capable of flying in low orbit.
*** Not that Mickey had anything to worry about. His friends in the plane can [[BatmanCanBreatheInSpace breathe in space]], and Mickey himself is shown to do so in another episode.
*** To be fair, Mickey never said he was worried about air. The long fall might have been more of a consideration.
*** Hot air balloons have been shown to fly this high as well, as shown in "Donald's Big Balloon Race".

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** In "Pluto's Bubble Bath", Mickey and Pluto [[FloatingInABubble get trapped inside bubbles and helplessly float away as a result, defying gravity.]]
***
]] In the same episode, the bubbles enter low orbit and Mickey frets because [[ArtisticLicenseAstronomy nearby]] [[SpaceDoesNotWorkThatWay stars]] might pop the bubbles. They are rescued by their friends in a propellor propeller plane, which is also capable of flying in low orbit.
*** Not that Mickey had anything to worry about. His friends in the plane can [[BatmanCanBreatheInSpace breathe in space]], and Mickey himself is shown to do so in another episode.
*** To be fair, Mickey never said he was worried about air. The long fall might have been more of a consideration.
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orbit. Hot air balloons have been shown to fly this high as well, as shown in "Donald's Big Balloon Race".
21st Nov '16 4:50:16 AM hullflyer
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** Pete almost always refers to Mickey as "Mickey the Mouse", instead of "Mickey Mouse" or just plain "Mickey".
21st Nov '16 4:45:46 AM hullflyer
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* CheatedAngle: Mickey's ears (and Minnie's) are always perfectly head-on to the audience. If you watch closely when they turn their heads, you can even see the ears sliding around on top of their heads to maintain the same perspective.

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* CheatedAngle: Mickey's ears (and Minnie's) are always perfectly head-on to the audience. If you watch closely when they turn their heads, you can even see the ears sliding around on top of their heads to maintain the same perspective. It goes up to eleven if they turn their heads completely around (180 degrees), as the right ear becomes the left ear, and vice versa.
12th Nov '16 12:43:09 PM isrflo62
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''Mickey Mouse Clubhouse'' started airing in 2006, and is the most recent full-length TV show produced by Creator/{{Disney|Channel}} to star its iconic character, MickeyMouse. The show's format is targeted at pre-school children, and teaches basic skills such as counting, memory and [[ArtisticLicensePhysics cartoon physics]]. Other recurring characters are MinnieMouse, WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck, Daisy Duck, WesternAnimation/{{Goofy}} and WesternAnimation/{{Pluto|ThePup}}. Almost as frequently, episodes feature Clarabelle Cow, WesternAnimation/{{Pete}} the Cat and Professor Ludwig von Drake. It is currently the longest running Disney show, currently in its 10th year.

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''Mickey Mouse Clubhouse'' started airing in 2006, aired from 2006 to 2016, and is the most recent full-length TV show produced by Creator/{{Disney|Channel}} to star its iconic character, MickeyMouse. The show's format is targeted at pre-school children, and teaches basic skills such as counting, memory and [[ArtisticLicensePhysics cartoon physics]]. Other recurring characters are MinnieMouse, WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck, Daisy Duck, WesternAnimation/{{Goofy}} and WesternAnimation/{{Pluto|ThePup}}. Almost as frequently, episodes feature Clarabelle Cow, WesternAnimation/{{Pete}} the Cat and Professor Ludwig von Drake. It is currently the longest running Disney show, currently in its 10th year.



* LongRunner: The series has been running since 2006.

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* LongRunner: The series has been running since 2006.Ran from 2006 to 2016.
7th Aug '16 7:28:17 PM TrendingToon1
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* AdaptationalHeroism: Pete, Mickey's rival, here has his antagonistic traits toned down to more of an AntiHero role to fit the preschool audience.
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