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The Film History of Mickey Mouse ~ Part 2

Mickey Mouse Films from 1941 to

The Little Whirlwind

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Released on Friday, February 14, 1941


Mickey agrees to rake leaves for Minnie while she bakes him a cake, but a whirlwind interferes. Directed by Riley Thomson and voiced by Walt Disney 

A Gentleman's Gentleman

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Released on Friday, March 28, 1941


Mickey gets Pluto to act as his personal valet. This is a Pluto Cartoon in which Mickey co-stars. Directed by Clyde Geronimi and voiced by Walt Disney. 

Canine Caddy

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Released on Friday, May 30, 1941


Mickey takes Pluto golfing and has him serve as the caddy. He is useful for pointing out where the ball landed until he gets distracted. This is a Pluto cartoon in which Mickey co-stars. Directed by Clyde Geronimi and voiced by Walt Disney 

The Nifty Nineties

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Released on Friday, June 20, 1941


Recreating the Gay 90's, Mickey and Minnie go to a vaudeville show and driving across the countryside. Animators, Fred Moore and Ward Kimball guest appear in this cartoon. Directed by Riley Thomson and voiced by Walt Disney. 

Orphan's Benefit

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Released on Tuesday, August 12, 1941


Mickey and the gang put on a benefit show to raise money for unruly orphans. This is a remake of the black and white version .

Lend a Paw

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Released on Friday, October 3, 1941


Pluto saves a kitten from drowning, but becomes jealous when Mickey spends more time with the kitten than him. This is a Pluto Cartoon with Mickey in a cameo. It won for an Academy Award for Best Short Animation and is a remake of the 1933 cartoon, Mickey's Pal Pluto. Directed by Clyde Geronimi and voiced by Walt Disney. 

Mickey's Birthday Party

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Released on Saturday, February 7, 1942


Minnie hosts a surprise party for Mickey's birthday and invites the whole gang. Goofy tries to make a cake and everyone surprises Mickey with a new electric organ. Directed by Riley Thomson and voiced by Walt Disney.

Symphony Hour

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Released on Friday, March 20, 1942


Millionaire Pete sponsors a symphony orchestra on his radio show that is lead my Mickey. They play the "light Cavalry Orchestra".  Goofy causes problems when he drops all the instruments down the elevator shaft. Mickey is referred to as Michel Mouse in this cartoon to add a hint of culture. Directed by Riley Thomson and voiced by Walt Disney 

All Together

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Unknown, 1942


This film created by Disney for the Canadian Film Board is in support of the war efforts in Canada by selling savings certificates. Mickey and the gang march in a parade advertising savings certificates. It is very much the Standard Oil cartoon created several years before. This cartoon is made for National Film Board of Canada Savings Committee. Director and voices unknown.

Pluto and the Armadillo

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Released on Friday, February 19, 1943


Mickey and Pluto chase an armadillo while traveling to Rio De Janeiro, Brazil. This is a Pluto Cartoon with Mickey in a cameo. This is the last time Mickey appears in red shorts until 1995's Runaway Brain. Directed by Clyde Geronimi and voiced by Walt Disney. 

Share the big news

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 1944 to 1945 ~ No Mickey Mouse cartoons or feature length movies are produced during this time, due to the World War II.

Squatter's Rights

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Released on Friday, June 7, 1946


When Mickey and Pluto return to their hunting shack from a long days hunting, they are discover Chip and Dale living in their stove. This cartoon was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Animated short. Directed by Jack Hannah and voiced by Walt Disney. 

Walt stops being Mickey's Voice after 19 years, starting with "Mickey Down Under".

Fun and Fancy Free

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Released on Monday, September 22, 1947


Mickey as a poor resident of Happy Valley is given the task of rescuing the Golden Harp with the Giant by climbing a beanstalk he grew from magic beans. A full length feature film hosted by Jiminy Cricket and featuring two stories; "Bongo the Bear" and "Mickey and the Beanstalk". Walt Disney retires from doing Mickey's voice after this production. Directed by Jack Kinney and Hamilton Luske and voiced by Walt Disney .

Mickey's Delayed Date

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Released on Friday, October 3, 1947


Mickey oversleeps and misses his date with Minnie. In an effort to recover Minnie's good graces he picks up theater tickets which he promptly loses and Pluto saves the day. Directed by Charles Nichols and voiced by Walt Disney. 

Mickey Down Under

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Released on Friday, March 19, 1948


Mickey and Pluto travel to Australia where the harvest bananas using a bomerang and deal with an angry emu. Jimmy MacDonald voices Mickey Mouse for the first time. Directed by Charles Nichols.

Pluto's Purchase

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Released on Friday, July 9, 1948


Mickey sends Pluto to the butcher for a sausage which fellow dog, Butch sees and intends to steal. After protecting the sausage to get it back to Mickey safely. Pluto learns that the sausage is a birthday gift for Butch. This is a Pluto Cartoon where Mickey makes a cameo appearance. Directed by Charles Nichols and Voiced by Jimmy MacDonald. 

Mickey and the Seal

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Released on Friday, December 3, 1948


A baby seal follows Mickey home from the zoo and Pluto gets jealous. This cartoon was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Animated short. Directed by Charles Nichols and voiced by Jimmy MacDonald 

No Mickey Mouse

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From 1949 to 1950 ~ 


No Mickey Mouse cartoons or feature length movies are produced.

Plutopia

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Released on Friday, May 18, 1951


Mickey is staying at Camp Utopia and after a less than happy experience for Pluto, he dreams of being in a real dog utopia called PLUTOPIA. This is a Pluto cartoon where Mickey makes a cameo appearance. Directed by Charles Nichols and voiced by Jimmy MacDonald. 

R'coon Dawg

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Released on Friday, August 10, 1951


Pluto picks up the scent of a raccoon while hunting with Mickey, but once cornered the raccoon tricks him. Directed by Charles Nichols and voiced by Jimmy MacDonald.

Pluto's Party

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Released on Friday, September 19, 1952


All the mice children are invited to Pluto's birthday party. After all the children eat his birthday cake, a very sad Pluto discovers that Mickey has saved him a piece. Directed by Milt Schaffer and voiced by Jimmy MacDonald. 

Pluto's Christmas Tree

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Released on Friday, November 21, 1952


Mickey accidentally chops down Chip and Dale's home in a pine tree to take home as his Christmas tree and Pluto destroys the tree trying to get rid of Chip and Dale. Mickey forgives them all and they celebrate Christmas. Directed by Jack Hannah and voiced by Jimmy MacDonald.

The Simple Things

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Released on Saturday, April 18, 1953


Mickey and Pluto fight an annoying clam that steals their bait while fishing. Directed by Charles Nichols and voiced by Jimmy MacDonald. 

No Mickey Cartoons in 1954

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 In 1954 ~ No Mickey Mouse cartoons or feature length movies are produced. 

Television takes over!

Mickey Mouse Club TV Show

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Premiered on Monday, October 3, 1955


A weekly television show originally shown in black and white that featured Mickey Mouse in the openings and to introduce various special days or activities. The animated sections were all filmed in color in advance so they would be ready to go to color TV eventually. There were various directors. Walt came out of voice retirement to do Mickey's voice himself. 

Another Mickey Break!

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From 1956 to 1982 ~ No Mickey Mouse cartoons or feature length movies are produced.

Mickey's Christmas Carol

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Released on Thursday, October 20, 1983


A new treatment of a 1934 Charles Dickens novella, Mickey plays Bob Cratchit and Uncle Scrooge plays Ebeneezer Scrooge. This was Wayne Allwine's first time voicing Mickey. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Animated Short. It was directed by Burny Mattison. 

Another Mickey Break... again!

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 1984 to 1987 ~ No Mickey Mouse cartoons or feature length movies are produced. 

Occasional Mickey sightings ~ 1988 to 2013

Who Framed Roger Rabbit?

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Released on Wednesday, June 22, 1988


This fantasy-comedy tells the story of Roger Rabbit, a resident of Toontown who is accused of killing the head of Acme Studios, Marvin Acme in 1947 Los Angeles. A down and out detective with a hatred for "toons" is hired by Mrs. Jessica Rabbit to solve the crime. This non-Disney movie made at Universal Studios had a cameo appearance by Mickey Mouse and many other Disney characters as well as Warner Brothers and other studio characters. Directed by Robert Zemekis and Richard Williams. It was voiced by Wayne Alwine. 

The Prince & the Pauper

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Released on Friday, November 16, 1990


Based on the Mark Twain story, Mickey plays a double role as both the Prince of England and the Identical Twin Pauper who trade places to see what each other’s lives are like. It was Disney's final use of Xerox system that they had employed for the last 30 years. Directed by George Scribner and voiced by Wayne Alwine. 

Runaway Brain

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Released on Tuesday, August 8, 1995


While trying to earn money for an anniversary gift for Minnie, Mickey decides to sell his brain to a mad scientist. First Mickey Mouse short made in 42 years, it was released with the full length movie, The Goofy Movie. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film. Directed by Chris Bailey and voiced by Wayne Alwine. 

Get A Horse!

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Released onTuesday, June 11, 2013

While on a hayride, Mickey, Minnie, Horace Horsecollar and Clara Bell Cow are heckled and driven off the road by Pete and a chase begins. A hand-drawn black and white and computer animated musical Mickey Mouse cartoon. It features actual archival voice recordings by Walt Disney as Mickey Mouse. It was directed by Lauren MacMulllen.

The NEW Mickey Mouse Cartoons

SEASON ONE

In 2013, the Disney Company began showing brand new Mickey Mouse cartoons created and developed by Paul Rudish for Disney Television Animation. 


Below are a list of the new Mickey Mouse cartoons to date:  


NO SERVICE  

Released on June 28, 2013

While waiting for the girls, Mickey and Donald try to purchase snacks from Goofy who refuses to sell to them due to his NO SHIRT, NO SHOES, NO SERVICE. Directed and written by Paul Rudish. Mickey voiced by  Chris Diamantopoulos.


YODLEBURG 

Released on June 29, 2013

Mickey and Minnie yodel with disasterous consequences. Directed by Aaron Springer. Written by Derek Dressler, Clay Morrow, Paul Rudish and Aaron Springer. Mickey voiced by  Chris Diamantopoulos and special guest, Aaron Springer.


CROISSANT DE TRIOMPHE 

Released on June 30, 2013

Minnie's cafe runs out of croissants and Mickey comes to the rescue with a high speed scooter chase. Directed and written by Paul Rudish. Mickey voiced by  Chris Diamantopoulos and special guests Karen Straussman, Pascal Germain, Xavier Fagnon and Paul Rudish.


NEW YORK WEENIE

Released on July 5, 2013

Mickey chases a hot dog through Central Park. Directed and written by Aaron Springer. Mickey voiced by  Chris Diamantopoulos and special guests Betty White, Brian George and Aaron Springer.


TOKYO GO 

Released on July 12, 2013

Mickey boards the wrong bullet train in Tokyo. Directed by Paul Rudish. Written by Heiko Drengenberg, Derek Dressler, Clay Morrow, Paul Rudish and Aaron Springer. Mickey voiced by  Chris Diamantopoulos and special guest, Hira Ambrosino. This cartoon is entirely in Japanese.


STAYING COOL 

Released on July 19, 2013

Mickey, Donald and Goofy try staying cool on a really hot day. Directed by Dave Wasson. Written by Derek Dressler, Clay Morrow, Paul Rudish, Dave Wasson and Aaron Springer. Mickey voiced by  Chris Diamantopoulos and special guest, Dave Wasson.


GASP 

Released on July 26, 2013

After Figaro the Cat breaks Gubbles, the fish's bowl, Mickey comes up with creative ways to find him a new home quickly. Directed and written by Clay Morrow. Mickey voiced by Chris Diamantopoulos.


PANDA-MONIUM 

Released on August 2, 2013

Mickey tries to photograph a shy panda at the Bejing Zoo. Directed and written by Aaron Springer. Mickey voiced by  Chris Diamantopoulos and special guest, Alex Chu.


BAD EAR DAY 

Released on August 16, 2013

Mickey loses his ears before a date with Minnie. The search is on. Directed by Chris Savino. Written by Derek Dressler, Clay Morrow, Paul Rudish, Chris Savino and Aaron Springer.  Mickey voiced by  Chris Diamantopoulos and special guests Don Cherry and Paul Rudish.


GHOUL FRIEND 

Released on October 4, 2013

Mickey's car breaks down in a scary forest and he is chased by a ghoulish Goofy. Directed by Aaron Springer. Written by Aaron Springer. Mickey voiced by  Chris Diamantopoulos.


DOG SHOW 

Released on October 11, 2013

When Pluto is injured before the big Dog Show, Goofy must stand in for the injured pet. Directed by Dave Wasson. Written by Dave Wasson,  Clay Morrow, Paul Rudish and Aaron Springer.  Mickey voiced by  Chris Diamantopoulos and special guests Kari Wahlgren, Dave Wasson and John Waters.


O SOLE MINNIE 

Released on October 18, 2013

Mickey is an Italian gondolier hoping to impress Minnie, the waitress. Directed by Paul Rudish. Written by Derek Dressler, Clay Morrow, Alonso Ramirez Ramos, Paul Rudish and Aaron Springer.  Mickey voiced by  Chris Diamantopoulos and special guests Paul Rudish and Roberta Sparta.


POTATOLAND 

Released on November 18, 2013

Mickey and Donald take Goofy to his favorite theme park. When it turns out there is no theme park, the pair decide to create a theme park entirely of potatoes and gravy. Directed by Aaron Springer. Written by Aaron Springer.  Mickey voiced by  Chris Diamantopoulos. This is the first extended running time cartoon in the series at 7 minutes.


SLEEPWALKIN' 

Released on December 6, 2013

Goofy sleeps walks and Mickey agrees to help him. Directed by Paul Rudish. Written by Heiko Drengenberg, Derek Dressler, Clay Morrow, Paul Rudish and Aaron Springer.  Mickey voiced by  Chris Diamantopoulos. 


FLIPPERBOOBOOTOSIS 

Released on January 3, 2014

Mickey and Goofy try to help Donald cure his serious foot ailment. Directed by Paul Rudish. Written by Darrick Bachman, Clay Morrow, Paul Rudish and David Gemmill.  Mickey voiced by  Chris Diamantopoulos and guests, Kevin Michael Richardson and Becki Newton.


TAPPED OUT 

Released on January 10, 2014

Goofy volunteers Mickey to wrestle with Pete. Directed by Clay Morrow. Written by Darrick Bachman, Clay Morrow, Paul Rudish and Aaron Springer.  Mickey voiced by  Chris Diamantopoulos and guest, Rob Paulsen.


THIRD WHEEL 

Released on February 14, 2014

Mickey and Minnie are on a date when Goofy interferes. Directed by Clay Morrow. Written by Derek Dressler, Clay Morrow, Paul Rudish and Aaron Springer.  Mickey voiced by  Chris Diamantopoulos and guest, Paul Rudish.


THE ADORABLE COUPLE 

Released on March 7, 2014

Mickey and Minnie are on a date with Donald and Daisy and the ducks just aren't happy.  Directed by William Reiss. Written by Darrick Bachman, Clay Morrow, Paul Rudish and William Reiss.  Mickey voiced by  Chris Diamantopoulos.

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SEASON TWO

CABLE CAR CHAOS 

Released on April 11, 2014

Mickey and Minnie must stop a runaway San Francisco cable car. Directed by Aaron Springer. Written by Darrick Bachman, Clay Morrow, Paul Rudish and Aaron Springer.  Mickey voiced by  Chris Diamantopoulos and guest, Aaron Springer.

 

FIRE ESCAPE 

Released on April 25, 2014

Mickey attempts to rescue Minnie from a burning building.  Directed by Paul Rudish. Written by Darrick Bachman, Cindy Morrow, Clay Morrow, Paul Rudish and Alonso Ramirez Ramos.  Mickey voiced by Chris Diamantopoulos and guest, Paul Rudish.


EAU DE MINNIE 

Released on May 23, 2014

Minnie develops a new fragrance called Entrancement.  Directed by Paul Rudish. Written by Darrick Bachman, Aliki T. Grafft, Clay Morrow and Paul Rudish.  Mickey voiced by  Chris Diamantopoulos and guest, Paul Rudish, Fred Tatasciore and Aliki T. Grafft.


O FUTEBOL CLASSICO 

Released on June 6, 2014

Mickey attends the Futebol World Cup in Brazil, but will he ever be able to see the game?  Directed by Paul Rudish. Written by Darrick Bachman, Derek Dressler, Clay Morrow, Alonso Ramirez Ramos and Paul Rudish. Mickey voiced by  Chris Diamantopoulos and guest, Mark La Roya.


DOWN THE HATCH 

Released on June 20, 2014

Mickey and Goofy use Prof. Ludwig Von Drake's shrink ray to cause havoc in Donald's body.  Directed by Paul Rudish. Written by Darrick Bachman, Heliko Drengerberg, Clay Morrow, Richard Pursel and Paul Rudish.  Mickey voiced by  Chris Diamantopoulos and guest, Corey Burton.


GOOFY'S GRANDMA  

Released on July 11, 2014

Mickey agrees to let Goofy's grandmother stay at his house, but he discovers that she's a little bit too much like Goofy.  Directed by Aaron Springer. Written by Darrick Bachman, Clay Morrow, Aaron Springer and Paul Rudish.  Mickey voiced by  Chris Diamantopoulos.


CAPTAIN DONALD 

Released on August 8, 2014

Mickey, Minnie and Daisy go sailing with "Captain" Donald, but they soon find that Donald doesn't know how to sail.  Directed by Paul Rudish. Written by Mark Ackland, Darrick Bachman, Cindy Morrow, Clay Morrow and Paul Rudish.  Mickey voiced by  Chris Diamantopoulos.


MUMBAI MADNESS 

Released on September 26, 2014

Mickey gets lost taking an elephant to Mumbai via the mountains. Directed by Paul Rudish. Written by Darrick Bachman, Alonso Ramirez Ramos and Paul Rudish.  Mickey voiced by  Chris Diamantopoulos.


THE BOILER ROOM 

Released on October 2, 2014

Mickey fights "the monster" in his apartment building, but it turns out to be the broken boiler.  Directed by Paul Rudish. Written by Darrick Bachman, Matt Chapman, Heiko Drengenberg, Clay Morrow and Paul Rudish.  Mickey voiced by  Chris Diamantopoulos.


SPACE WALKIES 

Released on November 7, 2014

Astronauts Mickey and Pluto take a space walk. This marks the first appearance of Chip and Dale in this series.  Directed by Paul Rudish. Written by Darrick Bachman, Riccardo Durante, Richard Pursel, Alonso Ramirez Ramos and Paul Rudish.  Mickey voiced by  Chris Diamantopoulos.


MICKEY MONKEY 

Released on November 18, 2014

Mickey tries to stop a monkey after he steals his clothes and identity.  Directed by Aaron Springer. Written by Darrick Bachman, Clay Morrow, Aaron Springer and Paul Rudish.  Mickey voiced by  Chris Diamantopoulos.


CLOGGED 

Released on December 12, 2014

Minnie tries fixing a windmill to help save her flowers.  Directed by Paul Rudish. Written by Darrick Bachman, Chris Houghton and Paul Rudish. Mickey voiced by  Chris Diamantopoulos.


GOOFY'S FIRST LOVE 

Released on January 9, 2015

Mickey and Donald help Goofy woo a new girlfriend. This cartoon marks the first appearance of Uncle Scrooge voiced by the original voice, Alan Young.  Directed by Clay Morrow. Written by Darrick Bachman, Clay Morrow, Aaron Springer and Paul Rudish.  Mickey voiced by  Chris Diamantopoulos and guest voice, Alan Young.


DOGGONE BISCUITS

Released on January 16, 2015

Minnie is spoiling Pluto and he starts to gain weight.  Directed by Eddie Trigueros. Written by Darrick Bachman, Clay Morrow, Eddie Trigueros and Paul Rudish.  Mickey voiced by  Chris Diamantopoulos.


WORKIN' STIFF 

Released on February 20, 2015

Mickey and Donald help a sleeping Goofy through a job interview.  Directed by Eddie Trigueros. Written by Darrick Bachman, Clay Morrow, Cindy Morrow, Eddie Trigueros and Paul Rudish.  Mickey voiced by Chris Diamantopoulos.


AL ROJO VIVO 

Released on March 27, 2015

During the running of the bulls in Pamplona, Spain, Pegleg Pete flirts with Minnie and Mickey sees red.  Directed by Dave Wasson. Written by Mark Ackland, Darrick Bachman, Ricardo Duarante, Dave Wesson and Paul Rudish.  Mickey voiced by  Chris Diamantopoulos. 


BOTTLE SHOCKED 

Released on April 24, 2015

During the Grand Prix races, Mickey goes on a hunt for Sparkling lemonade for Minnie.  Directed by Heiko Drengenberg. Written by Darrick Bachman, Heiko Drengenberg and Paul Rudish.  Mickey voiced by  Chris Diamantopoulos.


A FLOWER FOR MINNIE 

Released on May 29, 2015

Mickey hunts for the perfect flower for Minnie.  Directed by Dave Wasson. Written by Mark Ackland, Darrick Bachman, Ricardo Duarante, Andy Suriano, Dave Wasson  and Paul Rudish.  Mickey voiced by  Chris Diamantopoulos.


BRONCO BUSTED 

Released on June 9, 2015

When their car breaks down, Mickey, Donald and Goofy try bronco busting to earn money to fix the car.  Directed by Dave Wasson. Written by Darrick Bachman,  Dave Wasson  and Paul Rudish.  Mickey voiced by Chris Diamantopoulos.

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SEASON THREE

CONED

Released on July 17, 2015

When Pluto is depressed due to having a dog cone over his head, Mickey also puts a cone onto his head to show that's its not so bad, but he ends up blindly putting himself in danger while Pluto tries to keep him safe. Directed by Dave Wesson.


ONE MAN BAND

Released on August 14, 2015

After finding a perfect spot to play his music, Mickey, who is a busker, attempts to flee guards in London. Directed by Dave Wesson.


WISH UPON A COIN

Released on August 21, 2015

In a tribute to Walt Disney's Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, when Pete steals all the coins from a wishing well, it is up to Mickey to stop him. Directed William Reiss.


MOVIE TIME

Released on September 11, 2015

When he finds out that there is no snacks for his movie time with Minnie, Mickey must brave a big storm. Directed by Dave Wesson.


SHIFTING GEARS

Released on September 18, 2015

Mickey battles with his car after it refuses to drive him to the beach. Directed by Clay Morrow.


BLACK AND WHITE

Released on October 2, 2015

Mickey and Minnie watch a horror movie, but when it gets to the scariest part, Mickey turns white as a ghost and his black color runs away scared. Directed by Clay Morrow.


FELIZ CUMPLEANOS

Released on November 18, 2015

A group of pinatas threaten to ruin Mickey's birthday party in Mexico. The entire cartoon was recorded in Spanish. Directed by Alonso Ramirez Ramos.


WONDERS OF THE DEEP

Released on November 26, 2015

Mickey and Donald have to rescue Professor Von Drake when a freak accident sends him into the sea, but they have to beware of the kraken. Directed by Alsonso Ramirez Ramos.


ROAD HOGS

Released on December 11, 2015

Mickey and Minnie accidentally go inside a biker hangout full of hogs. Directed by Paul Rudish.


"NO"

Released on January 8, 2016

When people keep asking to borrow things from Mickey, he realizes that he has trouble saying NO and asks Donald for help. Directed by Clay Morrow. This was the final episode of Alan Young, the voice of Scrooge McDuck who passed away on May 19, 2016.


ROUGHIN' IT

Released on January 22, 2016

Mickey's dream of camping the old fashioned way is threatened when Donald shows up in a state of the art RV. Directed by Dave Wesson.


DANCEVIDANIYA

Released on February 5, 2016

Mickey faces Peg-leg Pete in a Russian fold dance-off to rescue Minnie. Directed by Dave Thomas.


CUTE SWEATERS

Released on February 12, 2016

Mickey goes out on a date with Minnie, but he has to wear the most terrible and uncomfortable sweater. Directed by William Reiss.


TURKISH DELIGHTS

Released on April 15, 2016

In Turkey, Mickey is a street merchant selling Turkish delights, while Donald and Goofy are rival merchants attempting to stop him from taking their customers away. Directed by Clay Morrow.


SOCK BURGULAR

Released on April 15, 2016

After seeing people around town including Mickey with only one sock stolen, Minnie decides to take matters into her own hands and tries to bag the culprit responsible for these sock stealing scenes. Directed by Paul Rudish.


KU'U LEI MELODY

Released on April 22, 2016

Mickey's determination to write an elusive song leads him on a mystical journey through the Hawaiian Islands. This was the first seven minute episode. Directed by Alonso Ramirez Ramos.


ENTOMBED

Released on May 13, 2016

Mickey and Minnie visit Egypt to search for a legendary Akhenaten's tomb.  Directed by Dave Thomas.


NO RESERVATIONS

Released on June 3, 2016

Minnie, Daisy and Clarabelle Cow all try to get into an exclusive restaurant, but the restaurant's snooty flamingo maitre'd won't let them in. Second episode where Mickey is missing. Directed by Eddie Trigueros.


SPLIT DECISIONS

Released on June 9, 2016

Mickey is forced to wrangle tow different Donalds after Professor Ludwig Von Drake's latest invention splits him in half. Directed by Dave Wesson.


GOOD SPORTS

Released on July 29, 2016

In the style of the Goofy sports cartoons, Mickey, [dressed like Howard Cosell] narrates to a basketball team of Goofys the difference between good sportsmanship and bad sportsmanship. Directed  by Paul Rudish.

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SEASON FOUR

SWIMMIN" HOLE

Released on June 9, 2017

When Peg-leg Pete steals the Ole' swimmin' hole, Mickey, Donald and Goofy attempt to get it back from him. Directed by Dave Wesson.


CANNED

Released on June 23, 2017

An old lady needs help moving a huge load of trash from her backyard to the curb for a junkman to pick up. Mickey promises to help before discovering just how much trash there actually is. Oswald the Lucky Rabbit makes his first appearance. Directed by Paul Rudish.


TOUCHDOWN AND OUT

Released on July 14, 2017

Mickey, Donald and Goofy play a game of football against Pegleg Pete, the Beagle Boys and Chernabog. Directed by Dave Thomas.


LOCKED IN LOVE

Released on July 28, 2017

In Seoul, South Korea Mickey and Minnie accidentally get locked together in a lock meaning to symbolize their love. The entire episode was filmed in Korean. Directed by Alonso Ramirez Ramos.


BEE INSPIRED

Released on August 11, 2017

Minnie Mouse needs inspiration for her paintings and Mickey tries to help by posing with a flower. However, Spike the Bee won't leave him alone. Directed by Eddie Trigueros.


SHIPPED OUT

Released on August 25, 2017

Mickey and Minnie go on a cruise ship to relax, but because they're in the VIP experience they have to endure all the activities. Directed by Dave Wesson.


THREE LEGGED RACE

Released on September 15, 2017

Mickey and Pete team up to win a three-legged race, but Pete has dirty tracks up his sleeve in order to win the race so Mickey has to finish the race fair and square by himself. Directed by Dave Thomas.


NATURE'S WONDERLAND

Released on October 6, 2017

While touring Disneyland's "Mine Train Thru Nature's Wonderland" attraction, Mickeys and Minnie get lost trying to find the "Rainbow Cavern" which leads to an adventure that's not on the map. Directed by Dave Thomas.


THE BIRTHDAY SONG

Released on November 16, 2017

Minnie prepares an original song for Mickey's birthday, but things become complicated when the notes run off the page. Directed by Alonso Ramirez Ramos.


THE PERFECT DREAM

Released on December 22, 2017

Various noises during the nighttime prevent Mickey from going back to sleep and resuming his dream about kissing Minnie. Directed by Eddie Trigueros.


FEED THE BIRDS

Released on January 12, 2018

In this Mary Poppins inspired short, Mickey goes outside his house to feed the pigeons, but they all torment a small bluebird named Tuppence. Directed by Eddie Trigueros.


CARNAVAL

Released on February 3, 2018

Mickey races to save Minnie after her feathered costume takes flight during Rio's Carnaval. This episode's dialogue was filmed in Portuguese. Directed by Alonso Ramirez Ramos.


YEAR OF THE DOG

Released on February 10, 1928

Mickey's Lunar New Year feast is placed in jeopardy when Pluto after being mistaken for a mysterious creature steals the main course. This episode's dialogue was recorded in Chinese. Directed by Dave Thomas.


THE FANCY GENTLEMAN

Released on March 10, 2018

After watching a romantic movie, Minnie decides to hire an instructor to teach Mickey how to be a fancy gentleman, but the results are not all that she hoped for. Directed by Dave Wesson.


NEW SHOES

Released on April 14, 2018

After Pete gives them  a huge wallop Mickey, Donald and Goofy switch bodies, with Mickey in Goofy's body, Donald in Mickey's body and Goofy in Donald's body. This episode features Casey Jones, Dumbo, Casey Jones, Jr. and the crows from DUMBO. Directed  by Eddie Trigueros.


SPRINGTIME

Released on May 12, 2018

In this tribute to Fantasia, Mickey portrays the spirit of spring, who takes on Old Man Winter (portrayed by Pegleg Pete), who wants to make winter longer. Humpfrey the Bear makes a cameo. Directed by Alonso Ramirez Ramos.


DUMB DUCK

Released on June 8, 2018

Mickey desperately searches for a good luck charm after being cursed with seven years of bad luck. Directed by Dave Wesson.


FLUSHED

Released on June 30, 2018

Mickey goes down the sewer to save Gubbles after accidentally flushing him down the toilet. Monstro the Whale makes a cameo. Directed by Paul Rudish.


ROLL 'EM

Released on July 14, 2018

Mickey and Minnie race to captureva runaway film reel as it wreaks havoc around a big Hollywood movie studio.  Directed by Eddie Trigueros.

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SEASON FIVE

AMORE MOTORE

Released on October 6, 2018

Mickey helps his scooter woo the bike of his dreams after seeing her on the streets of Rome. The episode's dialogue is recorded in Italian. Directed by Alonso Ramirez Ramos.


A PETE SCORNED

Released on October 20, 2018

Pegleg Pete becomes jealous when Mortimer Mouse proves to be a worse foe to Mickey. Directed by Dave Wesson.


HOUSE PAINTERS

Released on November 3, 2018

Mickey, Donald and Goofy attempt to paint Mickey's house with amusing results. The house featured in this episode was from the cartoon, The Little House. Directed by Eddie Trigueros.


SURPRISE

Released on November 18, 2018

Mickey's wish for a surprise-free birthday ends up becoming the biggest surprise of his life. Directed by Clay Morrow.


HATS ENOUGH

Released on December 8, 2018

Mickey suffers an identity crisis after realizing that all of his friends have signature hats, but he has nothing. Directed by Clay Morrow.


SAFARI, SO GOOD

Released on January 12, 2019

Mickey and Minnie gleefully set out to cross Africa's Serengeti after missing the bus back to their hometown. Directed by Eddie Trigueros.


FOR WHOM THE BELL TOLLS

Released on February 9, 2019

Mickey is haunted by guilt after failing to pay the fee on a toll road. Directed by Alonso Ramirez Ramos.


OUTTA TIME

Released on February 23, 2019

Mickey and Donald set out to rescue Goofy after he time travels back to the past in one of Professor Von Drake's inventions. Directed by Dave Wesson.


MY LITTLE GARDEN

Released on March 9, 2019

Mickey attempts to trim his little garden after it grows into an unruly, wild jungle. Directed by Dave Wesson.


YOU, ME AND FIFI

Released on March 23, 2019

Mickey seeks to win the love of Minnie's feisty, little dog, Fifi. This episode stars dogs from several famous Disney movies. Directed by Eddie Trigueros.


OUTBACK AT YA!

Released on April 6, 2019

Mickey's desire to throw a boomerang creates a series of dangerous, unintended consequences. All characters speak with an Australian accent in this episode. Directed by Clay Morrow.


OUR HOMESPUN MELODY

Released on April 20, 2019

Mickey attempts to cure his price winning pig after he loses his adorable squeal. Several animals from Mary Poppins make an appearannce. Directed by Alonso Ramirez Ramos.


OVER THE MOON

Released on May 4, 2019

Mickey and Minnie are led around the world on a never-ending quest for romance by their biggest fan, the moon. Directed by Clay Morrow.


EASY STREET

Released on May 18, 2019

Pluto turns jealous after Goofy moves in and starts behaving like Mickey's new dog. Directed by Dave Wesson.


TWO CAN'T PLAY

Released on June 8, 2019

Mickey and Minnie attempt to beat Donald and Daisy in a game of doubles tennis. No director listed yet.


OUR FLOATING DREAMS

Released on June 22, 2019

MIckey andd Minnie 

Mickey and Minnie vie for the perfect spot to sell their goods at one of Thailand's busiest floating markets. No director listed yet.

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New Mickey Mouse Specials

DUCK THE HALLS: A MICKEY MOUSE CHRISTMAS SPECIAL

Released on December 9, 2016

It's touch and go for Donald when, instead of heading south for the winter with Daisy and all the other ducks for the winter, He insists on staying with Mickey and the gang to enjoy all that Christmas has to offer, but becomes deathly ill, although he tries not to show it. When it does surface, Mickey and the gang have to rush to the south to nurse Donald before he dies. Directed by Alsonso Ramirez Ramos and Dave Wesson.


THE SCARIEST STORY EVER: A MICKEY MOUSE HALLOWEEN SPOOKTACULAR

Released on October 8, 2017

For Halloween, Mickey plans to tell scary stories to Donald, Goofy, Huey, Dewey, Louie, Morty and Ferdie Fieldmouse. However his attempt goes downhill as his stories don't seem to be scary enough. This episode was released on DVD and shown on the Disney Channel, Directed by Alonso Ramirez Ramos, Eddie Trigueros and Dave Wesson.


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