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I'm the guy they call little Mickey Mouse
Got a sweetie down in the chicken house
Neither fat nor skinny
She's the horse's whinny
She's my little Minnie Mouse!
—"Minnie's Yoo-Hoo"
Minnie Mouse is a Funny Animal cartoon character created by Walt Disney and Ub Iwerks, the latter who first drew her alongside Mickey Mouse in 1928. Her full name, Minerva Mouse, is given in the comic strip story "The Gleam" by Merrill De Maris and Floyd Gottfredson and published from January 19 to May 2, 1942.
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In many appearances, Minnie was presented as Mickey's Love Interest, a close friend to Daisy Duck, and/or a friend to Clarabelle Cow.

See also supporting Disney Character section of the Kingdom Hearts Character Sheet for tropes that refer to them specifically in said video game series.

    Media featuring Minnie 

Notable shorts:

  • Plane Crazy (1928) - First appearance of Minnie.
  • The Gallopin' Gaucho (1928) First time Minnie was seen wearing her high heels and bra as seen on the classic title cards, as well her eyes evolving to her iconic "classic" look.
  • Steamboat Willie (1928) - First time Minnie was seen wearing her bowler hat with a flower on it.
  • The Karnival Kid (1929) - The first time Minnie wore her White Gloves as well as the first time she spoke.
  • Wild Waves (1929)
  • On Ice (1935) - First color appearance in Minnie, and her skirt was depicted with polka-dots for the first time.
  • Mickey's Surprise Party (1939) - The first time Minnie was redesigned into her modern appearance, with redesigned eyes and trading in her bowler hat with her signature bow.
  • Out of the Frying Pan and Into the Firing Line (1942)
  • Mickey's Delayed Date (1947) - The last appearance of Minnie in a Mickey Mouse short.
  • Pluto and the Gopher (1950)
  • Pluto's Christmas Tree (1953) - The last appearance of Minnie in the classic shorts.
  • Mickey's Christmas Carol
  • Runaway Brain

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Franchises:

  • Totally Minnie
  • Minnie 'n Me


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