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Comic Books

  • Wonder Woman (1942): When two GCPD officers are in mid chase they have this exchange:
    Giammato: What are they crazy? They're gonna drive right off the dock! Who are those guys??
    Werbel: When we get 'em to slow down we'll take Mouseketeer roll call-

Film - Animated

  • Mickey, Donald, Goofy: The Three Musketeers: When Pete brings Mickey to the dungeon, he mockingly sings "Well, hey there, hi there, ho there, you're as welcome as can be!"
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  • Toy Story 2: Andy wears a t-shirt with the logo for Spin and Marty's "Triple-R Ranch" on it.

Film - Live Action


  • A Take That! reference in the Kim Newman short story "Another Fish Story", set in the 1960s, when future Big Bad Derek Leech is wandering through America when he meets a rather intense man by the name of Manson and his followers. They sing the theme song, with Leech amusedly reflecting that one cult is much like another.

Live-Action TV

  • Bill Nye the Science Guy: In an episode about water, Bill compares a model of an H2O atom to a pair of mouse ears, and later says "See ya real soon."
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  • The Daily Show with Jon Stewart: On a 2007 show, which featured a report about a Palestinian children's propaganda series that featured Mickey knockoff, Stewart sang a parody of the "Alma Mater".
    M-I-C (See the infidels driven from our land)
    K-E-Y (Why? Because Allah commands it)
  • Likewise Full Frontal did a skit (after revelations of Walt Disney's anti-communist activities) involving the The Anti-Moscowteers.
  • Muppets Tonight: The episode with Cindy Crawford contained a sketch about the Kermit Frog Club, with a younger Cindy as a "Frogketeer" wearing a neck frill and a hat with Kermit's eyes on it.
    K-E-R (Are we having fun yet?)
    M-I-T (That's a swell university!)
  • In an early episode of Roundhouse, the family takes a trip to an amusement park. At one point the kids meet up with "Droopy Dog", followed by the ensemble singing a parody of the Mickey Mouse Club theme.

Western Animation

  • Animaniacs:
    • In the Goodfeathers short "Hiccup", Squit says that they're like the Three Musketeers, causing Pesto to rant "Are you sayin' that I'm Annette Funicello here to wear mouse ears for you?!"
    • In "The Three Muska-Warners", the Warners arrive, causing Dot to comment "Where's Cubby? He's dreamy!". Afterward, they sing a parody of "We're the Mouseketeers" and do a roll call.
  • The Fairly OddParents!: In "Shelf Life", Timmy and his fairies try to stop Tom Sawyer from changing various literary classics with Cosmo's wand. When they reach The Three Musketeers, the three seen wearing ear hats and reciting a roll call.
    Wanda: Oh no, he's turned The Three Musketeers into The Three Mouse—(Timmy silences her)
  • Muppet Babies (1984): "Six to Eight Weeks" features an Affectionate Parody of the show called "The Fozzie Bear Club", with Fozzie in the role of Mickey Mouse, and the other babies as the "Fozzketeers".
  • Rocky and Bullwinkle: In the "Metal Munching Mice" arc, Rocky and Bullwinkle see a portrait of Boris dressed as a mouse, leading to this exchange.
    Bullwinkle: Didn't he used to have a club on TV?
    Rocky: No, that's somebody else!
    Bullwinkle: The ears look familiar, that's all.
  • The Simpsons: In "All About Lisa", Krusty the Clown brings in some his old "Krusketeers" for a reunion, including a pissed-off Cubby who apparently did time in jail for him.
    Krusty: Who's your favorite TV clown who likes to clown around?
    Kids: S-T-Y
    Krusty: HEY! Quit stepping on my solo, you creepy little show monkeys!
  • Tiny Toon Adventures: The episode "The Buster Bunny Bunch" features a spoof of the theme song.
  • An episode of Pinky, Elmyra & the Brain was called "The Icky Mouse Club".