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* AdaptationalWimp: The Disney Heroes outside of Mickey and the main gang don't fight back against the villains. At all.


* CompilationMovie: Qualifies as a movie made from shorter material edited together, as it's mostly comprised of not only old shorts, but even pre-existing material from the show itself (like Mickey's opening monologue).

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* CompilationMovie: Qualifies as a movie made from shorter material edited together, as it's mostly comprised of not only old shorts, shorts from the Golden Age and ''Mickey Mouse Works'', but even pre-existing material from the show itself (like Mickey's opening monologue).monologue and the bits where Donald Duck attempts to scare guests.)



* DemotedToExtra: Pete, the BigBad of the series, is reduced to a few minor cameos during the "It's Our House Now" number despite trying to get the House shut down in every one of his appearances during the series.

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* DemotedToExtra: Pete, the BigBad of the series, is reduced to a few minor cameos during the "It's Our House Now" number despite trying to get the House shut down in every one of his appearances during the series. This is even more ironic when you consider that an actual episode of ''House of Mouse'' was titled "''Pete's'' House of Villains", and was plotted very similarly, if not seasonal to Halloween.



* HalloweenSpecial: It's a double-length episode of ''House of Mouse'' focused on Halloween when it comes down to it.

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* HalloweenSpecial: It's a double-length triple-length episode of ''House of Mouse'' focused on Halloween when it comes down to it.



* StockFootage: A ''lot'' of the framing scenes are made up of stock footage from a Halloween episode of the series. Several background shots are reused with new animation upfront, just with the spookier lighting of the House of Villains. This means that despite all the heroes being locked in the kitchen, Beast randomly shows up in the background when Mickey, Donald, and Goofy try to challenge Jafar the first time.

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* StockFootage: A ''lot'' Some of the framing scenes are made up of stock footage from a the two Halloween episode episodes of the series.series that would eventually air in October 2003, near the end of the series' run. Several background shots are reused with new animation upfront, just with the spookier lighting of the House of Villains. This means that despite all the heroes being locked in the kitchen, Beast randomly shows up in the background when Mickey, Donald, and Goofy try to challenge Jafar the first time.


* AdvertisedExtra: The DVD and VHS cover features Kaa and the Queen of Hearts along with the main villains, even though they don't do much of anything in the actual movie. Likewise the blurb on the back of both the DVD and VHS mention Maleficent among the villains who take over the House of Mouse, even though she's just a background cameo character.

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* AdvertisedExtra: AdvertisedExtra:
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The DVD and VHS cover features Kaa and the Queen of Hearts along with the main villains, even though they don't do much of anything in the actual movie. movie.
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Likewise the blurb on the back of both the DVD and VHS mention Maleficent among the villains who take over the House of Mouse, even though she's just a background cameo character.character.
** The game on the DVD bonus features use Shenzi, Banzai, and Ed as the representing villains from ''The Lion King'', when only the latter two made fleeting appearances in the film. Kaa is also used despite his aforementioned small role.



* DarkerAndEdgier: "Donald's Halloween Scare" and "Hansel and Gretel" are cartoons with somewhat grimmer tones than the ones shown by Mickey prior to being usurped by Jafar.

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* DarkerAndEdgier: To coincide with Jafar’s takeover of the House, "Donald's Halloween Scare" and "Hansel and Gretel" are cartoons with somewhat grimmer tones than the ones shown by Mickey prior to being usurped by Jafar.Mickey.



* LegionOfDoom: Besides Jafar's inner circle of Iago, Ursula, Cruella, Hades, and Hook, Chernabog, Big Bad Wolf, the Queen of Hearts and her card army, and Kaa are also active participants in the takeover.

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* LegionOfDoom: Besides Jafar's inner circle consists of Iago, Ursula, Cruella, Hades, and Hook, Hook. Chernabog, Big Bad Wolf, the Queen of Hearts and her card army, and Kaa are also active participants in the takeover.



* StockFootage: A ''lot'' of the framing scenes are made up of stock footage.

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* StockFootage: A ''lot'' of the framing scenes are made up of stock footage.footage from a Halloween episode of the series. Several background shots are reused with new animation upfront, just with the spookier lighting of the House of Villains. This means that despite all the heroes being locked in the kitchen, Beast randomly shows up in the background when Mickey, Donald, and Goofy try to challenge Jafar the first time.



* TemptingFate: Donald declares he's not afraid of ghosts. Guess who Goofy chooses to haunt?

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* TemptingFate: TemptingFate:
** Towards the beginning, Mickey assures Minnie that the large amount of villains in attendance aren’t up to any tricks. Cut to Jafar’s LegionOfDoom assembling.
** In “How to Haunt a House”,
Donald declares he's not afraid of ghosts. Guess who Goofy chooses to haunt?


* AdaptationalVillainy: Tick-Tock, the crocodile from ''Disney/PeterPan'', is presented as one of the villains in ''House of Villains''. This is the opposite of his characterization in ''Peter Pan'', where the only person he ever antagonizes is [[AssholeVictim Captain Hook]]; ''VideoGame/DisneysVillainsRevenge'' even classifies Tick-Tock as a hero.

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* AdaptationalVillainy: Tick-Tock, the crocodile from ''Disney/PeterPan'', ''WesternAnimation/PeterPan'', is presented as one of the villains in ''House of Villains''. This is the opposite of his characterization in ''Peter Pan'', where the only person he ever antagonizes is [[AssholeVictim Captain Hook]]; ''VideoGame/DisneysVillainsRevenge'' even classifies Tick-Tock as a hero.



** Whilst trying to scare Donald as a ghost, Goofy at one point appears as his Jacob Marley character from ''Disney/MickeysChristmasCarol'', complete with the piggy bank and chest chained up to him.

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** Whilst trying to scare Donald as a ghost, Goofy at one point appears as his Jacob Marley character from ''Disney/MickeysChristmasCarol'', ''WesternAnimation/MickeysChristmasCarol'', complete with the piggy bank and chest chained up to him.



* ShipTease: [[Disney/SleepingBeauty Maleficent]] and [[WesternAnimation/{{Fantasia}} Chernabog]] spend most of the post-takeover night together with the former in her dragon form.

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* ShipTease: [[Disney/SleepingBeauty [[WesternAnimation/SleepingBeauty Maleficent]] and [[WesternAnimation/{{Fantasia}} Chernabog]] spend most of the post-takeover night together with the former in her dragon form.


* "''Disney/LonesomeGhosts''" (1937)

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* "''Disney/LonesomeGhosts''" "''WesternAnimation/LonesomeGhosts''" (1937)



The overarching story is that it's [[UsefulNotes/AllHallowsEve Halloween]] at the House of Mouse, and the Disney villains have tired of Mickey Mouse's run of the place. [[Disney/{{Aladdin}} Jafar]] forms a LegionOfDoom that help him overthrow Mickey and take over the House at midnight. Mickey and his staff now have to battle Jafar for control of the House.

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The overarching story is that it's [[UsefulNotes/AllHallowsEve Halloween]] at the House of Mouse, and the Disney villains have tired of Mickey Mouse's run of the place. [[Disney/{{Aladdin}} [[WesternAnimation/{{Aladdin}} Jafar]] forms a LegionOfDoom that help him overthrow Mickey and take over the House at midnight. Mickey and his staff now have to battle Jafar for control of the House.



* BullyingADragon: Every single time Donald tries to scare someone with his costumes counts - especially when he tries ''[[Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast Beast]]''. During "Trick Or Treat", his tangling with Witch Hazel also counts.

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* BullyingADragon: Every single time Donald tries to scare someone with his costumes counts - especially when he tries ''[[Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast ''[[WesternAnimation/BeautyAndTheBeast Beast]]''. During "Trick Or Treat", his tangling with Witch Hazel also counts.



* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Mickey's advice about the [[Disney/TheLionKing Elephant Graveyard]] party going on.

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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Mickey's advice about the [[Disney/TheLionKing [[WesternAnimation/TheLionKing1994 Elephant Graveyard]] party going on.



* ShipTease: [[Disney/SleepingBeauty Maleficent]] and [[Disney/{{Fantasia}} Chernabog]] spend most of the post-takeover night together with the former in her dragon form.

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* ShipTease: [[Disney/SleepingBeauty Maleficent]] and [[Disney/{{Fantasia}} [[WesternAnimation/{{Fantasia}} Chernabog]] spend most of the post-takeover night together with the former in her dragon form.

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* AdaptationalVillainy: Tick-Tock, the crocodile from ''Disney/PeterPan'', is presented as one of the villains in ''House of Villains''. This is the opposite of his characterization in ''Peter Pan'', where the only person he ever antagonizes is [[AssholeVictim Captain Hook]]; ''VideoGame/DisneysVillainsRevenge'' even classifies Tick-Tock as a hero.


* TrailersAlwaysSpoil: One of the main pieces of promotional artwork for the film (see it's entry on Netflix) gives away the ending of the film with Mickey trapping Jafar in the lamp while the other villains flee.

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* TrailersAlwaysSpoil: One of the main pieces of promotional artwork for the film (see it's entry on Netflix) gives away the ending of the film with Mickey trapping Jafar in the lamp while the other villains flee.


* ClipShow: As it's mostly comprised of not only old shorts, but even pre-existing material from the show itself (like Mickey's opening monologue).

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* ClipShow: As CompilationMovie: Qualifies as a movie made from shorter material edited together, as it's mostly comprised of not only old shorts, but even pre-existing material from the show itself (like Mickey's opening monologue).

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* CastAsAMask: Seen in "Donald's Halloween Scare" when Huey, Dewey and Louie disguise themselves via TotemPoleTrench and LatexPerfection as Chief O'Hara. Louie's real voice is by Creator/TonyAnselmo, but he is able to perfectly imitate Chief O'Hara's voice by Creator/CoreyBurton.


The overarching story is that it's [[AllHallowsEve Halloween]] at the House of Mouse, and the Disney villains have tired of Mickey Mouse's run of the place. [[Disney/{{Aladdin}} Jafar]] forms a LegionOfDoom that help him overthrow Mickey and take over the House at midnight. Mickey and his staff now have to battle Jafar for control of the House.

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The overarching story is that it's [[AllHallowsEve [[UsefulNotes/AllHallowsEve Halloween]] at the House of Mouse, and the Disney villains have tired of Mickey Mouse's run of the place. [[Disney/{{Aladdin}} Jafar]] forms a LegionOfDoom that help him overthrow Mickey and take over the House at midnight. Mickey and his staff now have to battle Jafar for control of the House.


* FiveBadBand: Jafar is the BigBad, with [[Disney/PeterPan Captain Hook]] as TheDragon, [[Disney/TheLittleMermaid Ursula]] as TheBrute, [[Disney/OneHundredAndOneDalmatians Cruella [=DeVille=]]] as TheDarkChick, [[Disney/{{Hercules}} Hades]] as TheEvilGenius (and also the SixthRanger as he only joins the main gang during the takeover), and Iago as the TeamPet.


-->''"Raise your mugs you thieves and thugs'' \\

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-->''"Raise ->''"Raise your mugs you thieves and thugs'' \\



'''''Mickey's House of Villains''''' is a 2002 DirectToVideo Compliation movie based on Creator/{{Disney}}'s ''WesternAnimation/HouseOfMouse''. It collects several short films that make up the vast majority of the film. The films included are:

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'''''Mickey's ''Mickey's House of Villains''''' Villains'' is a 2002 DirectToVideo Compliation movie based on Creator/{{Disney}}'s ''WesternAnimation/HouseOfMouse''. It collects several short films that make up the vast majority of the film. The films included are:



The overarching story is that it's {{Halloween}} at the House of Mouse, and the Disney villains have tired of Mickey Mouse's run of the place. [[Disney/{{Aladdin}} Jafar]] forms a LegionOfDoom that help him overthrow Mickey and take over the House at midnight. Mickey and his staff now have to battle Jafar for control of the House.

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The overarching story is that it's {{Halloween}} [[AllHallowsEve Halloween]] at the House of Mouse, and the Disney villains have tired of Mickey Mouse's run of the place. [[Disney/{{Aladdin}} Jafar]] forms a LegionOfDoom that help him overthrow Mickey and take over the House at midnight. Mickey and his staff now have to battle Jafar for control of the House.


The overarching story is that it's UsefulNotes/{{Halloween}} at the House of Mouse, and the Disney villains have tired of Mickey Mouse's run of the place. [[Disney/{{Aladdin}} Jafar]] forms a LegionOfDoom that help him overthrow Mickey and take over the House at midnight. Mickey and his staff now have to battle Jafar for control of the House.

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The overarching story is that it's UsefulNotes/{{Halloween}} {{Halloween}} at the House of Mouse, and the Disney villains have tired of Mickey Mouse's run of the place. [[Disney/{{Aladdin}} Jafar]] forms a LegionOfDoom that help him overthrow Mickey and take over the House at midnight. Mickey and his staff now have to battle Jafar for control of the House.



* BigDamnMovie: [[DownplayedTrope Downplayed]], as the "movie" is just a compilation of shorts with new framing animation, but the stakes are a bit higher in this story than usual ''House of Mouse'' episodes, as the Disney villains taking over the House by force is a bit more epic than the usual mundane issues of running the club.

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* BigDamnMovie: [[DownplayedTrope Downplayed]], {{Downplayed|Trope}}, as the "movie" is just a compilation of shorts with new framing animation, but the stakes are a bit higher in this story than usual ''House of Mouse'' episodes, as the Disney villains taking over the House by force is a bit more epic than the usual mundane issues of running the club.



* TheWorfEffect: The collective heroes of Disney are quickly locked in the kitchen by the villains.

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* TheWorfEffect: The collective heroes of Disney are quickly locked in the kitchen by the villains.villains.
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