Mickey appeared primarily in short films, but also occasionally in feature-length films. She resumed dancing with Pete while Mickey is reduced to crying on the dance floor. She spends the duration of the short in mortal peril but is rescued by firefighters under Chief Mickey Mouse.
Intelligent and sophisticated, Minnie often serves as the "voice-of-reason" amongst her friends, specifically in House of Mouse. Colleague Ward Kimball praised Moore for being the first animator to break from Mickey's " rubber hose , round circle" design. Archived from the original on September 11, Down with Mickey Mouse! In Kingdom Hearts 3D: It was in response to losing the right to distribute Disney's cartoons that Powers made the deal with Iwerks, who had long harbored a desire to head his own studio. In the comics, she is a sorceress and princess whose people were turned to stone, leading her to seek a magical gemstone to restore them.
To avoid a threat to his plan, Pete hires three janitors, Mickey, Donald, and Goofy, to be the musketeer bodyguards, believing they'll do a terrible job. Minnie quickly falls in love with Mickey. After being rescued from a kidnapping scheme, Mickey and Minnie embrace their forbidden love on an evening date across the kingdom. That night, Mickey, Donald, and Goofy are kidnapped by Pete and his minions. The next night, Minnie and Daisy head over to the Grand Opera.
There, she learns Pete's plans and is captured. However, over the course of the show, Minnie and Daisy are rescued. Minnie dubs the trio royal musketeers and presumably marries Mickey afterward. Minnie as she appears in Mickey's Twice Upon a Christmas. While excited, Minnie is concerned with the fact that she may not be as good as the other contestants.
Minnie begins her performance, with the alligators from Fantasia to assist her, and is quickly praised. Daisy becomes jealous and jumps in to steal the spotlight. To further her performance, Daisy has the hippos from Fantasia to assists her. A rival battle follows. Eventually, Daisy pulls off an impressive stunt. Minnie decides to do her own but injures herself in the process. Daisy rushes to her side to comfort her friend. They make up and finish the performance together in a grand finale.
In Mickey and Pluto's segment, Minnie hopes Mickey decides to pull off a simple Christmas party instead of overdoing it like he does every year. When Pluto goes missing, Minnie is the first to be notified. She takes the news to her friends including Scrooge McDuck who volunteers to buy a snow plow company to search the city for Pluto. In the end, they reach Mickey's house where Pluto has been found.
They all enter the house to sing a carol and celebrate their Christmas. Although Minnie did not officially appear in Fun and Fancy Free , a scene with her, as Happy Valley 's queen, was planned to be included in the Mickey and the Beanstalk segment before the decision was made to drop it from the film.
In the scene, Mickey came before her to sell her his cow and in exchange, she gave him the magic beans. Minnie in Mickey Mouse Works. In Mickey Mouse Works , she finally appeared in her own segments and cartoons.
Here, she is portrayed as Mickey's intelligent, mature, and beloved girlfriend. Occasionally, she starred in the "Maestro Minnie" shorts, in which she conducts an orchestra of living instruments that she usually has to tame. In most of her starring cartoons, Minnie would be paired up with Daisy who, in contrast to her, is very wacky and talkative.
Some of her other cartoons would involve her getting into her own mischief such as when she accidentally turned Pluto's fur purple with dye. When she appeared in Mickey's cartoons, she was often the main subject with Mickey usually trying to find grand ways to impress her. She was also the focus in most cartoons with Mortimer Mouse. She also co-starred with Mickey in his short segments "Mickey to the Rescue" where she plays the role of some of her early cartoons: Minnie as she appeared in House of Mouse.
In House of Mouse , Minnie is in charge of planning the show and the club's bookkeeper. Her outfit, black and white undershirt with a skirt and with boots and a purple bow on her ear. She is often annoyed by Clarabelle's gossip, Daisy's wackiness, and Mickey's mischief. Minnie is often responsible for saving the club in times of crises using her cool and rational personality to calm things down.
Minnie appears in Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed in at the House of Mouse. Minnie, along with Mickey and the Disney guests, are snowed in at the club. Mickey advises the plan to have a Christmas party while Minnie finds a box of the gang's Christmas stories. Minnie also appears in Mickey's House of Villains. In it, Minnie is worried about the large number of villains in the club on Halloween night, thinking that they might be up to something, but Mickey isn't worried about it.
Unfortunately, Minnie is correct and the club is taken over by the Disney Villains. During their reign, Minnie threatens the leader Jafar to leave the club and change it back to normal, but this backfires when Captain Hook throws her out.
After Mickey saves the day, Minnie and the others celebrate. Minnie also appears in the children television series, Mickey Mouse Clubhouse. Minnie is part of the clubhouse pals and Mickey's girlfriend. Like other appearances, Minnie enjoys cooking, gardening, singing, and dancing.
Minnie also has an alter-ego known as Detective Minnie famous for solving mysteries in the clubhouse. Together they're known as The Friendship Team. Minnie has become the star of the most recent of the show's specials most notably Minnie's Bowtique where she opens a boutique selling all forms of bows. Minnie is also a major character in the spin-off series, Mickey Mousekersize.
Minnie is also the central character of Minnie's Bow-Toons. Here, Minnie and Daisy open a store selling all types of bows. They are accompanied by her kitten Figaro, Minnie's nieces Millie and Melody , and a living cuckoo clock figure named Coca Loca. Like her previous television role, Minnie wears a pink dress with white polka dots, white bloomers, pink heels, and pink bow also with white polka dots. Minnie's skills with bows have also been used to solve problems for her friends.
At the end of every short, Minnie states the store policy: Along with the rest of the gang, Minnie returns in the animated series. Like many of Mickey's classic shorts of the s and s, Minnie proves to be the driving force of some of Mickey's wacky adventures. She is the only character to star in her own shorts without even the presence or mention of Mickey. The song " Minnie's Yoo Hoo " serves as Minnie's theme throughout the series, and more specifically in her standalone episodes.
She played her first active role in " Cable Car Chaos ", where she and Mickey are exploring San Francisco until a runaway cable car spoils the day, forcing Minnie to save herself and the other passengers.
Minnie plays her first role as the protagonist in " Eau de Minnie ", where a special perfume Minnie obsesses over enchants the entire city. She would play another lead role as a Dutch mouse in " Clogged ", where she must fix her broken windmill in order to generate water for her garden.
Minnie also stars, alongside Pluto, in the episode " Doggone Biscuits ", where she recklessly feeds the latter a bag of fattening dog treats despite Mickey's warnings, resulting in Pluto becoming massive in weight. For the remainder of the episode, Minnie tries to restore Pluto's health and figure. She also reveals that she used to be overweight herself before going into a sauna.
In " Sock Burglar ", Minnie took the lead by appointing herself responsible for uncovering a mysterious series of thefts involving missing socks. She turns herself into a detective, and later a ninja, eventually discovering the thief to be Pete. Her transforming roadster is known as "Pink Thunder", which was designed to pay tribute to her bow.
Outside of the races, Minnie and Daisy star in their own series of exploits as they try to run the "Happy Helpers" hotline business. In the Mickey Mouse comics, Minnie plays key roles, much like in her animated appearances. Minnie appears as a character in the comic series, as usual playing the role of Mickey's love interest. In the comics, she is a sorceress and princess whose people were turned to stone, leading her to seek a magical gemstone to restore them.
Minnie appears in the fourth book, Power Play. She knocks out a pirate guard and navigates the raft in order to get to the island. When asked about Mickey , she seems sad, suggesting something bad happened to him. Minnie and Mickey are optional protagonists in the PC game. Should the player choose Minnie, she must traverse through the city of Disneyville to find and rescue Mickey, who has been kidnapped by Pete in his plot to usurp him as mayor. Should the player choose Mickey, the roles of the two would reverse, though the plot remains the same.
Minnie can be found strolling in the Minnie's Melodyland playground. She also has her own Trolley Game called " Match Minnie ". The players must correctly copy some dance moves Minnie makes by pressing the arrow keys.
The fastest player wins the round. Minnie can be found in old Disney shows also. When Mickey disappears in the first game, at Mickey's request, she sends Donald and Goofy to find him. She also sends Jiminy Cricket to accompany them, and she ruled the kingdom during the King's absence. Minnie finds a solution in Sora, Donald, and Goofy, who go to the Timeless River and undo the changes done. During the end credits, Minnie is finally reunited with Mickey when he returns.
In Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance , a past incarnation of Minnie is found in the Country of Musketeers, where she is the princess taken hostage by Pete. She has a similar role to the film , but this time she is rescued by Sora, Riku , Mickey, Donald, and Goofy. In the real world, Minnie is taken hostage by Maleficent and Pete to lure Mickey back to the castle, but this scheme is thwarted by Lea , which allows Minnie to escape them.
Minnie appears as a meet-and-greet character in the game near the entrance to Frontierland on Main Street USA and in front of her house in Mickey's Toontown. She and Daisy are given the task of decorating and organizing Toontown City Hall for the upcoming mayor election. One of the tasks that she gives to the player involves finding flowers for her decorations.
Minnie also takes part in the Mickey's Soundsational Parade mini-game, dancing on Mickey's float. In the game, Minnie's cartoon essence was drained by Mizrabel and trapped within the Wasteland. Mickey journeyed to the realm to free it, as well as the essence of other Disney characters. Minnie, herself, appears in the prologue searching for Mickey after he has left, and during the epilogue where she mentions having a strange dream involving a witch and castle.
Minnie is a playable character in the game, exclusive to the Toy Box. She was released alongside Mickey on August 30 , She uses her purse as a melee weapon, and her special attack is known as "Everybody Loves Minnie"; this allows her to charm her enemies into obeying her and attacking the surrounding enemies.
Minnie has appeared in many video games alongside Mickey. A costume of Minnie is also available in Disney Universe. Minnie's House is available for a tour in Disneyland and Tokyo Disneyland.
She also makes meet-and-greet appearances in her Disneyland home. A bronze statue of her is also featured in front of Sleeping Beauty Castle. In World of Color: Disney on a bench. This represents their supporting roles helping Mickey and Walt. Minnie also serves as a co-host in Mickey's PhilharMagic , though she makes no physical appearance. For meet-and-greets, she can be found at Pete's Silly Sideshow.
Minnie is an active character on the Disney Cruise Line ships. She is also the head statue in the atrium of the Disney Fantasy and can be seen flying in the Toon Plane in the magical portholes on board the Disney Dream and Fantasy. Disney Princess Sing Along Songs: Follow Your Dreams Books: Elliott The Fox and the Hound: Chicken Little The Princess and the Frog: Jiminy Cricket Hundred Acre Wood: Pocahontas Big Hero 6: Tiana Lady and the Tramp: Darkwing Duck Rescue Rangers: All three characters acted as strangers first being introduced to each other.
But it was their third cartoon that established the definitive early look and personality of both Mickey and Minnie, as well as Pete.
Steamboat Willie ,  was the third short of the series to be produced but released first on November 18, Pete was featured as the Captain of the steamboat , Mickey as a crew of one and Minnie as their single passenger. The two anthropomorphic mice first star in a sound film and spend most of its duration playing music to the tune of " Turkey in the Straw ". Her next appearance was arguably more significant. Mickey's Follies June 26, ,  featured the first performance of the song " Minnie's Yoo-Hoo ".
Mickey then proceeds in explaining his reaction to Minnie's call. The song firmly establishes Mickey and Minnie as a couple and expresses the importance Minnie holds for her male partner.
Her final appearance for the year was in Wild Waves ,  carried by a wave into the sea. She panics and seems to start drowning. Mickey uses a row boat to rescue her and return her to the shore but Minnie is still visibly shaken from the experience. Mickey starts singing the tune of "Rocked in the Cradle of the Deep,", a maritime ballad, in an apparent effort to cheer her up. Minnie cheers up and the short ends. This is the second time Minnie is placed in danger and then saved by her new boyfriend.
It would not be the last. In fact, this was the case with her next appearance in The Cactus Kid April 12, Minnie was again cast as the local tavern dancer who is abducted by Peg-Leg Pedro Black Pete in his first appearance with a peg-leg. Mickey again comes to the rescue. The short is considered significant for being the last short featuring Mickey and Minnie to be animated by Ub Iwerks. Among them, Clarabelle seems to be the actual star of the short.
Director Burt Gillett turned in another enjoyable entry in the series, proved that production could go on without Iwerks. This was arguably the first time Minnie was upstaged by a female co-star.
She spends the duration of the short in mortal peril but is rescued by firefighters under Chief Mickey Mouse. Horace Horsecollar is among the firefighters. An unnamed cow in the background is possibly Clarabelle making a cameo.
The next entry in the series is considered curious: The Gorilla Mystery October 1, Mickey learns of it and panics. He phones Minnie to warn her about the dangerous gorilla wandering about. Minnie is unconcerned and plays tunes on her piano for Mickey to hear over the phone and know she is not afraid. Her tunes are interrupted by her scream and Mickey rushes to her house to save her. Meanwhile, Beppo has wrapped up Minnie in rope and holds her hostage. Mickey confronts the gorilla and once again rescues the damsel in distress.
The short ends with Minnie and Mickey jointly wrapping up the gorilla in rope. Modern audiences have commented on elements of bondage apparent in the short and the mysterious motivation of Beppo. Note that the theme of kidnapping by a gorilla is present here three years prior to the King Kong film of This is actually Pluto making his first appearance as an individual character.
Two unnamed bloodhound guard dogs strikingly similar to him had previously appeared in The Chain Gang August 18,  which featured Mickey incarcerated in prison without Minnie at his side. Otherwise the short features a typical picnic excursion harassed by forest animals and brought to a premature end by a sudden rain. The final appearance of Minnie during the year was Pioneer Days December 10, They are unsurprisingly attacked by Native Americans on their way, a stock plot of Western movies at the time.
While their fellows are either subjected to scalping or running for their lives, Minnie is captured by the attackers. Mickey attempts to rescue her only to be captured himself. In a reversal of their usual roles, Minnie escapes her captors and rescues her mate. They then dress as soldiers of the United States Army.
Their mere appearance proves sufficient to have the entire tribe running for the hills. The Mouse couple stands triumphant at the end. The short has been criticized for its unflattering depiction of Native Americans as rather bestial predators. The finale has been edited out in recent viewings for depicting the "braves" submitting to cowardice.
In several shorts, comics and on some Mickey Mouse Clubhouse episodes, Minnie owns a black and white kitten named Figaro, who had originated in the Disney animated feature Pinocchio. During the second half of the thirties, Minnie did not appear as often in Mickey cartoons.
This was mainly due to the growth in popularity of Mickey's new sidekicks, Goofy , Donald Duck , and Pluto , whose appearances in Mickey cartoons had more or less replaced Minnie's role. Minnie's appearances in Mickey cartoons thus became less numerous, but she did have a few major roles in some Pluto and Figaro cartoons during the s.
Minnie made a sort of comeback in the s when she was re-introduced in Mickey's Christmas Carol and then got her own starring role in Totally Minnie. In Mickey Mouse Works , she finally appeared in her own segments. Occasionally, she starred in Maestro Minnie  shorts, in which she conducts an orchestra of living instruments that she usually has to tame.
In House of Mouse , Minnie is in charge of running the nightclub, while Mickey primarily serves as the host. In one episode of House of Mouse, "Clarabelle's Big Secret," Minnie reveals that she has gone to the movies with Mortimer Mouse, although it is not a date. She appears in two children's television series on Playhouse Disney: In season 2 of Bow-Toons, she displays high physical strength and balance at least twice, able to balance her entire bodyweight in a 1-finger handstand.
In the Mickey Mouse television series, she exhibits the ability to survive her head coming off and doing a degree flip and re-attaching itself, which can happen when she feels surprised. In , as part of the launch of the new Mickey's Roadster Racers show, Minnie's Happy Helpers adventures will appear in the second half of every new episode. She appears in the Kingdom Hearts game series as the queen of Disney Castle, with Mickey serving as the king and her husband.
She, at the suggestion of a letter left by the missing King, sends Donald Duck and Goofy on their mission to find Mickey and the Keyblade Master, Sora. During Kingdom Hearts II , when Pete's tampering of the past causes the Heartless to appear in Disney Castle, Minnie is forced to fall back to the library to get to the bottom of it until Sora and company arrive. While Donald and Goofy head to get the other residents to safety, Sora serves as the Queen's bodyguard to get her to the Cornerstone where.
During this time, Minnie shows powers as a sorceress of white magic, casting a holy light on the Heartless that attack as well as a powerful combination with Sora that unleashes a huge beam of light all around her. In the prequel Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep , she oversees the annually held Dream Festival in Disney Town, where Pete causes mischief until she banishes him to another dimension as punishment.
She appears in Kingdom Hearts 3D: The Three Musketeers , where she is referred to as Princess Minnie and rules a world called the Country of the Musketeers. By this, it is inferred that she, not Mickey, is the rightful ruler of Disney Castle, which is why he leaves her in charge. In the direct-to-video movie Mickey, Donald, Goofy:
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