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Minnie Mouse
Minnie Mouse
Background information
Movies Who Framed Roger Rabbit (cameo)

Mickey's Once Upon a Christmas

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

Mickey's House of Villains

Mickey's Twice Upon a Christmas

Saving Mr. Banks (cameo as metafictional character)

Short Films Various

Electric Holiday

Mickey's Christmas Carol

Television Programs Walt Disney anthology series

The Mickey Mouse Club

The Mouse Factory

Mickey Mouse Works

House of Mouse

Mickey Mouse Clubhouse

Have a Laugh!

Mickey Mousekersize

A Poem Is...

Minnie's Bow-Toons

Mickey Mouse


Video Games Mickey Mousecapade

Illusion series

Magical Quest series

Mickey's Ultimate Challenge

Magical Tetris Challenge

Mickey's Speedway USA

Kingdom Hearts series

Disney's Party

Disney Sports series

Disney's Hide & Sneak

Disney Th!nk Fast

Kinect Disneyland Adventures

Epic Mickey: Power of Illusion

Mickey's Racing Adventure

Disney Magical World

Disney INFINITY series

Voice Walt Disney (1928-1929)

Marjorie Ralston (1929)

Marcellite Garner (1930-1941)

Thelma Boardman (1938-1942)

Ruth Clifford (1942-1952)

Janet Waldo (1974)[1]

Jack Wagner (1980s)

Russi Taylor (1986-present)

Portrayed by Unknown
Character information
Other names Queen Minnie

Princess Minnie


Personality Affectionate, very loving, innocent, honest, charitable, fun-loving, benevolent, sensitive, sometimes carefree, thoughtful, independent, free-spirited, feminine, brave, friendly, flirtatious, outgoing, tidy, eco-aware, poised, naïve at times, feisty, motherly
Goal Unknown
Allies Mickey Mouse, Daisy Duck, Donald Duck, Goofy, Max Goof, Scrooge McDuck, Roxanne, Pluto, Clarabelle Cow, Horace Horsecollar, Oswald the Lucky Rabbit, Chip 'n' Dale, José Carioca, Petulia, Clara Cluck, Ludwig Von Drake, Penny Pooch, Captain Churchmouse, Gloomy the Mechanic, Duffy, ShellieMay
Enemies Pete, Mortimer Mouse, Sylvester Shyster, Eli Squinch, the Phantom Plot, Beppo the Gorilla, Mizrabel, various Disney Villains
Likes Shopping, Mickey Mouse, spending time with Clarabelle Cow and Daisy Duck, being with friends, polka-dots, heart-shapes, hair bows, dancing, songs, gardening, flowers, cooking, Swiss cheese, all kinds of music, serenity, roller-skating, ice-skating, playing with Figaro, affection, making new friends, spending time with Mickey
Dislikes Bullies, villains, evil, Mickey's forgetfulness, Pluto or Figaro misbehaving, Donald's temper tantrums, Goofy's clumsiness, being harassed by Pete and Mortimer, Daisy's ditziness
Quotes "Oh, Mickey."

"Yoo-hoo!"


Gosh, Minnie, you've always been a princess to me.

Mickey Mouse.

Minnie Mouse (full name revealed to be Minerva Mouse in the Mickey Mouse comic The Gleam) is one of Walt Disney's cartoon characters. She is the girlfriend of Mickey Mouse, and first appeared in the short Plane Crazy alongside him.

Minnie is sweet in nature and fun-loving. She is widely recognized by her large collection of big bows of different colors that sit atop her head.

In most appearances, Minnie is presented as a best friend of Daisy Duck. Her favorite hobbies are cooking, dancing, gardening, shopping, music, fashion and spending time with Mickey.

Characteristics Edit

Personality Edit

Just imagine... He'll stride into the room; a light will glow from him. I'll hear music, he'll bring me flowers,and he'll sweep me off my feet! And, I'll know he's the one, when he makes me laugh.

―Minnie dreamily fantasizing of her dream lover; giving an example of her romantic personality.

Minnie Mouse has, over the years, grown into a strong, rather complex, and easily identifiable character in the Disney universe. Her many personality traits are more than noticeable, as well as consistent, in every incarnation of the character.

Generally speaking, Minnie is incredibly sweet, often tame, and highly intelligent. More so than Mickey half the time. Because of this, she tends to be the one to keep ordinance in her circle of friends, as well as in the life of Mickey, who's constant mischief leads to chaos, ranging in relevance and danger. This also gives a motherly persona, which is seen whenever she's dealing with animals or children. Her nature, kindness, and tendency to see the good in others also ties into the fact that she's a hopeless romantic, as well as deeply affectionate. She takes love and loyalty very seriously, and is quite possibly the most dependable character, as well as the most loving, in the Mickey Mouse franchise.

Despite the various reasons Minnie stands out as a perfect being, she's not without her flaws. Unlike Mickey, who is usually laid-back no matter the situation, Minnie has a habit of becoming easily frustrated, can be impulsive, obsessive, and occasionally naïve.

In spite of the popular belief that the character of Minnie is passive, she is outspoken and has been shown to openly lose her temper due to Mickey's forgetfulness, Daisy's diva persona, and Goofy's tomfoolery. Her temper can also be stemmed from any amount of rudeness, as well as a lack of order. She's also shown dislike and hatred towards flirtatious men, selfishness, and narcissism. Additionally, she refuses to let these factors go on without word, no matter how harsh or brutally honest her opinions are. Exceptions to this fact come into play whenever she's dealing with a close fried, such as the aforementioned Daisy, who she cares a great deal for, despite her few annoying tendencies.

Minnie is often described as "feisty" by other characters. Being as strong-willed as she is, Minnie has no problem assisting Mickey in battling an enemy, no matter their size or power. She can be a key part in saving the day because of this.

Voice Edit

Minnie was first voiced by Walt Disney, who was also the original voice of Mickey Mouse. Marjorie Ralston, a Disney inker, voiced her in one cartoon in 1929. Then, from 1929 up until 1939, she was voiced by Marcellite Garner. Then from 1941 to 1942, and on the radio program, The Mickey Mouse Theater of the Air, she was voiced by Thelma Boardman. Following this, from 1942 up to 1952 Ruth Clifford provided the character's voice. Janet Waldo voiced Minnie in the 1974 Disneyland record album, An Adaptation of Dickens' Christmas Carol, Performed by The Walt Disney Players. Currently, Russi Taylor has voiced Minnie since 1986.

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