--> Mister Trouble never comes around,
--> When he hears this mighty sound!
--> [[CatchPhrase Here I come to save the day!]]
--> That means that Mighty Mouse is on the way!
--> Yes sir, when there is a wrong to right,
--> Mighty Mouse will join the fight!
--> On the sea or on the land,
--> He gets the situation well in hand!
--> So though we are in danger,
--> There's no need to despair!
--> For when we are in danger he is there!
--> On the land! On the sea! In the air!
--> We're not worrying at all!
--> We're just waiting for his call!
--> [[CrowningMusicOfAwesome Here I come to save the day!]]
--> That means that Mighty Mouse is on the way!
--->- The classic theme song to ''Mighty Mouse Playhouse'' (by Philip Schieb and Marshall Barer).

-->'''[[http://www.avclub.com/articles/ralph-bakshi,13690/ Ralph Bakshi]]''': I had a car accident[...]I needed a show to sell to get going again. So I pulled a small crew together, with [[Creator/JohnKricfalusi John]] and a few different guys who worked for me before and who I really loved. We developed many shows, and ''Mighty Mouse'' was not one of them. I brought the shows up to Judy Price at Creator/{{CBS}}. She turned down all the ideas John and I had developed, [[WhatCouldHaveBeen including]] ''[[TheRenAndStimpyShow Ren And Stimpy]]''. Then at the end I said, "[[BlatantLies I have another idea. I own the rights to ''Mighty Mouse'']]." [[AssPull I did not own the rights to Mighty Mouse]], but I had worked with Terrytoons as a young man on Mighty Mouse, and I knew Mighty Mouse wasn't around anywhere. She said, "I'd buy that show tomorrow. That's a perfect hit show." So I said, "Okay, call my agent, make a deal." And as she was calling, I was trying to find out who owned the rights to ''Mighty Mouse''. I found out Viacom had bought all of Terrytoons' work, so I ran over to them, and they said, "Please, do something with this crap. We don't know what to do with it." So we made a deal just in the nick of time, as Judy was finishing with my lawyer. I told Judy the story and she said, "I knew you didn't have the rights, Ralph, but I knew you'd get them." And we did what we felt was right for Saturday morning. We didn't do anything wrong. We had a hit show"
--->-Ralph Baskhi, explaining to [[TheOnion The AV Club]] how the ''The New Adventures'' came to be.