Trivia: House of Mouse

  • Actor Allusion: The intro shows Little John and Baloo sharing a laugh. Both were voiced by the same actor in their films.
  • Banned Episode: The Mickey MouseWorks short "Minnie Takes Care of Pluto" was pulled from the airwaves because of the disturbing premise of Pluto having a paranoid fear of Minnie trying to kill him and a scene were Pluto is in Hell. As a result, it is one of the few MouseWorks shorts to never be used in an episode of House of Mouse.
  • Channel Hop: The show was dropped from ABC's line-up after airing the first 26 episodes; the remaining episodes premiered on Toon Disney.
  • Dueling Shows / Dueling Games: Kingdom Hearts came out in 2002, featuring another Disney crossover, albeit one with a very different premise.
  • Hey, It's That Voice!: Rooooood Roddy (from The Price Is Right) as Mic.
  • Keep Circulating the Tapes: The only DVDs available are of the clip show movies "Mickey's House of Villains" and "Christmas at the House of Mouse".
  • Missing Episode: "Minnie Takes Care of Pluto" and "Pluto gets the Paper: Vending Machine" are the only two MouseWorks shorts to never be used in House of Mouse, the former because of its disturbing content and the latter because of unknown reasons.
  • Non-Singing Voice: Rob Paulsen for Hades in House of Villains. Despite the fact that James Woods did his own singing for the character in Hercules: The Animated Series.
  • The Other Darrin: Both subverted & played straight. Many of the newer Disney characters were voiced by the actual actors from the films (although some, like Timon, played this straight), while of course, characters from older movies had to have replacements (seeing as how pretty much all of those actors are dead). An interesting inversion is that Alice, during her brief speaking cameo in the show, was actually voiced by Kathryn Beaumont, who played her in the original film (and was in her early 60s by that point).
  • Recycled Script: "Mickey's Airplane Kit" and "Car Washers" are rehashes of the black-and-white shorts "Plane Crazy" and "Mickey's Service Station".
  • This Walt Disney Television Animation production was created apparently to commemorate and nearly coincide with Walt Disney's birthday.