Mickey Mouse
Mickey Mouse
Background information
Movies Fantasia

Fun and Fancy Free

Who Framed Roger Rabbit (cameo)

The Little Mermaid (cameo)

A Goofy Movie (cameo)

Mickey's Once Upon a Christmas

Fantasia 2000

Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed in at the House of Mouse

Mickey's House of Villains

Teacher's Pet (cameo)

The Lion King 1½ (silhouette cameo)

Mickey, Donald and Goofy: The Three Musketeers

Mickey's Twice Upon a Christmas

Chicken Little (cameo)

Wreck-It Ralph (cameo)

Saving Mr. Banks (cameo as a metafictional character)

Frozen (cameo)

101 Dalmatians (cameo)

Short Films The Mickey Mouse series and various others
Television Programs Walt Disney anthology series

The Mickey Mouse Club

The Mouse Factory

DTV series

Adventures of the Gummi Bears (cameo as a statue)

Bonkers (silhouette only)

101 Dalmatians: The Series (cameo)

Mickey Mouse Works

House of Mouse

Mickey Mouse Clubhouse

Have a Laugh!

Mickey Mousekersize

A Poem Is...

Mickey Mouse

Minnie's Bow-Toons

Once Upon a Time (as a plush)

Video Games Mickey Mouse: The Computer Game

Mickey Mousecapade

Illusion series

Magical Quest series

Mickey Mania

Mickey's Speedway USA

Mickey's Racing Adventure

Disney Sports series

Disney's Party

Disney's Magical Mirror

Disney's Hide and Sneak

Kingdom Hearts series

Epic Mickey series

Kinect Disneyland Adventures

Disney INFINITY series

Disney Magical World

Where's My Mickey?

Voice Walt Disney (1928–1947; 1955–1959)

Carl Stalling (1929)

Clarence Nash (1934)

Jimmy MacDonald (1947–1977)

Stan Freberg (1954)

Alan Young (1974)

Les Perkins (1986–1987)

Jack Wagner (1980s)

Pete Renaday (1980s)

Wayne Allwine (1977–2009)

Bret Iwan (2009–present)

Chris Diamantopoulos (Mickey Mouse TV series)

Portrayed by Unknown
Character information
Other names Sorcerer Mickey

King Mickey

Mr. Mouse

Goofy Mouse

Mick (referred to by Goofy)

Uncle Mickey (referred to by Morty & Ferdie)

Bob Cratchit (in Mickey's Christmas Carol)

Runt (referred to by Pete)

Personality Charismatic, brave, fun-loving, whimsical, heroic, comical, forgetful, optimistic, imaginative, carefree, caring, humble, mischievous, polite, adventurous, clever, multi-talented, shy, accountable, sometimes aggressive and impatient
Goal Unknown
Allies Walt Disney, Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, Goofy, Daisy Duck, Pluto, Clarabelle Cow, Horace Horsecollar, Clara Cluck, Ludwig Von Drake, Scrooge McDuck, Huey, Dewey and Louie, Chief O'Hara, Detective Casey, Butch, Dr. Einmug, Morty and Ferdie Fieldmouse, Captain Churchmouse, Gloomy, Doc Static, Eega Beeva, Oswald, Max Goof, Yen Sid, numerous other characters and real people
Enemies Pete, The Phantom Blot, Mortimer Mouse, The Rat, Sylvester Shyster, Kat Nipp, Doc Finkelstein, Emil Eagle, The Mad Doctor, Willie the Giant (formerly), The Shadow Blot, Shrimp, Doctor Vulter, Professors Ecks, Doublex, and Triplex, Eli Squinch, Dexter Dingus, Yeti, Mizrabel, Weasels, Doctor Frankenollie, Julius, numerous Disney villains
Likes Minnie, Pluto, friends, having fun, dancing, sandwiches, adventures, gumdrops, romance, cheese, music, happiness, entertaining others
Dislikes Pluto causing trouble, Minnie getting upset, Donald's temper tantrums, Donald's jealousy towards him, Goofy's clumsiness, Pete and Mortimer trying to steal Minnie, being called a "rat", being taken advantage of
Quotes "See ya real soon!"

"Oh, boy!" "Hot dog!" "Aw, gosh!" "Ha ha!"

When people laugh at Mickey Mouse, it's because he's so human; and that is the secret of his popularity. I only hope that we don't lose sight of one thing — that it was all started by a mouse.

―Walt Disney

Mickey Mouse is an animated anthropomorphic mouse created by Walt Disney and Ub Iwerks in the year 1928. Mickey is, by far, The Walt Disney Company's most famous character and serves as the company's mascot.

Fancifully estimated as standing 2 ft. 3 in. (69 cm) and weighing 23 pounds (10 kg), Mickey rapidly rose to the pinnacle of American culture, becoming the most popular cartoon character in the world and the influence of following cartoons. 

For over 86 years, he has signified The Walt Disney Company, animation, goodwill, fun, laughter, and most of all Walt Disney himself. It was said by Lillian Disney, his wife, that over the years, Mickey and Walt grew together and were mirrors of each other's personality. They both started off mischievous and cheeky, but as they grew older preferred to step out of the spotlight and observe others work their magic. President Jimmy Carter once said; "Mickey Mouse is the symbol of goodwill, surpassing all languages and cultures. When one sees Mickey Mouse, they see happiness".

Mickey's 3-circle silhouette serves as the logo for most of Disney's subsidiaries, save for the ones that don't carry the 'Disney' or 'Walt Disney' label. Andy Warhol's portrait The Art of Mickey Mouse used Warhol's famous pop art techniques on the classic mouse. Mickey is often cited as the world's most famous cartoon character of all time.

Personality Edit

Mickey is easily recognized by his red shorts, white gloves and large yellow shoes as well as his round mouse ears. He often gets himself into trouble that varies in seriousness as a result of his mischief and the fact that he can be forgetful, but extremely imaginative. Even so, he can often think quickly enough to get himself out of a predicament before things get too out of hand, mostly because of his incredible imagination, persistence, and valiant ways.

Mickey sometimes chooses fun and adventure over working, a trait disliked by Minnie Mouse. While usually always having the better amount of luck, when teamed with his pals Donald and Goofy, he and his friends often end their day in failure and all three are the faults. Even so, Mickey has, on many occasions, proven to be the most reliable of the three being that, he has far better control over his temper than Donald, and more common sense than Goofy. Even so, Mickey has a notable temper that, when necessary, can be unleashed. And like Goofy, he can be clumsy every now and again. Still, these traits are less powerful for Mickey than they are for Donald and Goofy, making him the brains, and leader, of the trio and proves that he is, overall, more reliable and competent.

Mickey stands as a father figure for Pluto and has grounded him on many occasions as if he is a young boy. He also counts Pluto as his best pal and usually puts him before nearly everything else. Mickey describes himself as a good sport but on occasion has lost his temper on both enemies and friends. He is usually dumbstruck by the mere sight of Minnie Mouse, giving her many titles such as "his best girl" and constantly goes out of his way to impress her. Mickey loves her with all his heart and Minnie loves him in return. From experience, Mickey believes there is at least a small dose of kindness in everyone's heart, resulting in him being quite forgiving. He is also understanding and sympathetic.

Mickey is also incredibly brave, as showcased in just about all of his many reincarnations. Many of the classic cartoons begins with Mickey and Minnie enjoying each other's company until a villain (usually his primary nemesis Pete) kidnaps her and the takes her away, resulting in Mickey battling the villain, rescuing Minnie, and proclaiming his love. Mickey can also be very competitive, stubborn, and never backs down from a challenge, even when his opponent is twice his size. In many situations, Mickey has shown to be a trickster and enjoys pranking his enemies to get the better of them. This can notably be seen in the Mickey Mouse Works shorts Mickey's April Fools, Mickey's Mountain, and Mickey's Cabin.

Despite being very heroic, Mickey prefers to be laid back and enjoys the serene moments of life above all. He is optimistic and hardworking during harsh times and often encourages his friends to keep going, but on rare events, has given up hope and even doubted himself. It's times like these when Mickey's friends, such as Donald and Goofy, are optimistic and encourage him in return.

Mickey is also incredibly noble and generally puts the people he loves in front of his own well being. He has even been able to set aside differences with his foes when necessary, usually when it'll benefit the greater good. Several stories have portrayed Mickey going through great lengths (usually in a comedic manner) for the happiness of his friends, or in order to complete a simple favor, such as the shorts Hickory Dickory Mickey and Goofy's Grandma.

In spite of being an anthropomorphic mouse, Mickey has the tendencies to act with his animal nature, including the fact that, being a mouse, he loves cheese. In the television series House of Mouse, Mickey, being a mouse, is made fun of when he is shown to exercise on a hamster wheel and drink from a rodent drinking bottle (like the ones found in a hamster cage). These particular facts seem to only exist in the House of Mouse and haven't been shown again, proving to have been used for brief gags only.

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