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  Walt Disney and Mickey Mouse: Surfing the Net with Kids
Mickey Mouse made his screen debut on November 18, 1928 in Steamboat Willie, a short fl-and-white animated musical.
Mickey Mouse evolved from a failed cartoon character named Oswald the Lucky Rabbit, who starred in a series of cartoons in 1927 and 1928.
Today the definition of a Hidden Mickey has been expanded to include any Mickey Mouse image, be it a silhouette or a full-featured Mickey.
www.surfnetkids.com /mickey.htm   (641 words)

  
  Mickey Mouse - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mickey is reduced to peeling potatoes for the rest of the trip.
Mickey is seen caught up in a storm with an umbrella serving as his only protection from the rain.
Mickey was the main character for the series MM Mickey Mouse Mystery Magazine, published in Italy from 1999 to 2001.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Mickey_Mouse   (7864 words)

  
 Mickey Mouse - Mickeypedia: The Disney Encyclopedia! Disney Characters, Animation, Cartoons
Mickey Mouse is a fictional character, a comic animal cartoon character who is perhaps Walt Disney's most famous creation.
Mickey Mouse may be the most recognized symbol of America, save for the flag.
Mickey Mouse and his character friends received new costumes for their appearances at Disneyland as part of the park's 50th anniversary celebration.
www.mickeypedia.com /articles/Disney/Mickey_Mouse.html   (6346 words)

  
 Mickey Mouse
Thanks to its Mickey Mouse intuitions are extraordinary detective, but also a personage of able adventure with the single use of the reason (and not of the force) to overwhelm enemies, physically much stronger than he (as an example, Gambadilegno).
To remember storys:"Mickey Mouse and the mystery of Black Spot ", "Mickey Mouse counterpart of king rat", "Mickey Mouse journalist", "Mickey Mouse and the mystery of the man cloud", "Mickey Mouse and gorilla the Phantom", "Mickey Mouse to the age of the stone".
Minnie appears in history of Mickey Mouse, in the greater part of the cases while kitchen some cake, while it takes the the with to its Clarabella friend (a anthropomorhic cow) or while it is intenta to organize some initiative (festivities, sales for beneficence, etc...).
www.cartonionline.com /EN/characters/mickey_mouse.htm   (1882 words)

  
 Mickey Mouse - Uncyclopedia
Mickey was known throughout the German population as the infamous "Der Maus," (The Rat")and his catch phrase "DIE NÜB!!" could be found on many leaflets distributed by the Seven Dwarves to unsuspecting French.
Mickey was finally killed off, albeit temporarily, in the feature film Syphilis Symphonies, in which his partial recovery from leprosy is complicated by a sudden attack of rabies.
Mickey, at the time of his death, was taken to a dilapidated back room somewhere in a movie set on the Disney backlot.
www.uncyclopedia.org /uncyclopedia/index.php?title=Mickey_Mouse   (1450 words)

  
 Disney Archives | Mickey Mouse Character History
Mickey Mouse's original drawings used circles for his head, body and ears.
The Mickey Mouse of today appears much as he did in the early days with the exception of a costume change here and there.
Mickey Mouse has appeared on thousands of merchandise items, and currently holds the esteemed title of Chief Greeter at the Disney theme parks.
disney.go.com /vault/archives/characterstandard/mickey/mickey.html   (184 words)

  
 CNN.com - Mickey Mouse hits a milestone - Nov. 18, 2003
Mickey Mouse was conceived the next year during a cross-country train ride, according to the "official" company history.
Mickey's popularity may have waned in the 1940s, but he gained new life in the 1950s with the airing of TV's "Mickey Mouse Club" and the opening of Disneyland in Anaheim, California.
In the succeeding decades, Mickey has been used in less than a dozen theatrical releases, but is a regular presence on television in "House of the Mouse" on the Disney Channel and is photographed daily alongside thousands of tourists at theme parks in California, Florida, France and Japan.
www.cnn.com /2003/SHOWBIZ/Movies/11/18/mickeyat75.ap   (1146 words)

  
 Mickey Mouse History
Mickey Mouse, originally a theater animation, appeared on the big screen for the first time on November 18, 1928.
Walt Disney produced 87 cartoon shorts during the 1930s in which Mickey Mouse was employed as everything from a giant killer, to a cowboy, to a detective to an inventor.
Mickey Mouse remains a popular and well-appreciated character who served a valuable purpose by bringing generations of children and adults through the difficult times of the Depression, the War Years, and into the New Millennium.
www.vex.net /~dq711/mickey_mouse.htm   (1312 words)

  
 WeirdSpace Encyclopedia: Mickey Mouse
Background notes: The exact origin of the character Mickey Mouse is lost, but the general consensus is that he was created by Walt Disney and Ub Iwerks as a replacement for the character Oswald the Lucky Rabbit, to which Disney had just lost the rights.
Mickey is one of the few Disney characters to cross over into the gaming industry.
Mickey Mouse being the icon he is, someone was bound to try using him in ways not approved by Disney.
www.weirdspace.dk /Disney/Mickey%20Mouse.htm   (841 words)

  
 Don Markstein's Toonopedia: Mickey Mouse
According to the official legend, Mickey Mouse was the result of a brilliant burst of inspiration, which struck Walt Disney during a train ride from New York to Los Angeles.
A more realistic story might be that he and key staff members, particularly Ub Iwerks, labored long hours to craft a gag vehicle incorporating various characteristics they'd seen work in popular cartoons —; particularly Felix the Cat, who functioned as a template for many characters of the time whose design varied mainly in their ears.
Mickey's original cartoon series ended with The Simple Things (1953), but he is the subject of an occasional oneshot revival, including Mickey's Christmas Carol (1983) and The Runaway Brain (1995).
www.toonopedia.com /mickey.htm   (717 words)

  
 For Today's Preschooler, a Slick New Mickey Mouse - New York Times
Mickey Mouse and friends are together again for the series "Mickey Mouse Clubhouse," which has its premiere on Friday on the Disney Channel.
Mickey's resurrection on television nevertheless marks a return to tradition for Disney, a media conglomerate whose brand has been stretched from the Magic Kingdom and movies like "Mulan" to ABC series like "Desperate Housewives" and "Lost," as well as unsavory Disney alumnae like Lindsay Lohan and Britney Spears.
On "House of Mouse," Mickey and his friends were given a modern makeover: Mickey had no tail and wore suits, and Minnie and Daisy's hair bows were shrunk to the size of barrettes.
www.nytimes.com /2006/05/05/arts/television/05mick.html?ex=1304481600&en=487e0e3f44650f5d&ei=5088&partner=rssnyt&emc=rss   (1056 words)

  
 Walt Disney Treasures: Mickey Mouse in Living Color, Volume 2 DVD Review - Page 1 of 2
Nonetheless, Mickey Mouse remained one of the staples of the Walt Disney studio.
Mickey and Pluto stay in a cabin, where the rules say all dogs must be leashed and muzzled.
Mickey and Pluto take a trip to the beach, and as the formula goes, the dog gets into mishaps that he is unable to explain to Mickey.
www.ultimatedisney.com /mmlivingcolor2.html   (2360 words)

  
 CRASH 54 - Mickey Mouse
All five towers are completed to save the castle - a mammoth task for such a little mouse you might think, but Mickey is not unarmed in his brave quest: he carries with him a water pistol and a hammer.
For a mouse, Mickey has plenty to do: with 'upside down' space invaders to pin to the floor, spells to cast, ogres to bash and complex mazes to explore (at breathtaking speed), it's extremely unlikely that he'll ever get bored.
"Mickey Mouse, that legendary cartoon hero, has come to the Spectrum with a hammer in one hand and a water pistol in the other.
www.crashonline.org.uk /54/mickey.htm   (837 words)

  
 MICKEY MOUSE TRIVIA
Mickey was originally drawn with circles for his head, body and ears.
Mickey's first appearance in a feature film was in 1940 in Fantasia, where he appeared in his most famous role as the Sorcerer's Apprentice.
Mickey dreams of being married to Minnie and is surrounded by numerous little Mickey mice.
www.angelfire.com /nj/MMania/MickeyMouse.html   (1109 words)

  
 Mickey Mouse
Mickey Mouse debuted in the 1928 animated short Steamboat Willie and went on to become the familiar symbol of Walt Disney studios.
After 1950 Mickey appeared only rarely in films and instead settled into a role as Disney's ambassador in its TV shows, advertisements and theme parks.
Mickey's longtime girlfriend is Minnie Mouse and his dog is named Pluto...
www.factmonster.com /biography/var/mickeymouse.html   (242 words)

  
 Mickey Mouse   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Mickey Mouse debuted on November 18, 1928 in the animated cartoon
Mickey has a girlfriend, Minnie, two nephews, Morty and Ferdie and a dog, Pluto.
A special genre of stories with Mickey Mouse is the Mickey Mysteries.
stp.ling.uu.se /~starback/dcml/chars/mickey.html   (90 words)

  
 Mickey Mouse Cartoon Character information: Mickey Mouse history, movies, games and more from Character Products
Mickey Mouse made his debut to the general public in a film named “Steamboat Willie”; on November 19, 1928, at the Colony Theatre in New York.
The first Mickey Mouse comic strips were drawn by Ub Iweks and published in 1930.
Mickey Mouse’s favorite sayings were “Oh boy!”, “That sure is swell!”, “Gosh!”, “Aw, gee”, and “See ya soon!”.
www.characterproducts.com /info/character_histories/mickey_minnie_doorway.htm   (1107 words)

  
 Mickey Mouse - Wikiquote
"Mickey transcends being just a character; he's a symbol of the magnitude of the entire Disney dynasty.
"Mickey Mouse proved to be one of the great figures of the twentieth century.
When Mickey waves at you in a parade or on the screen you almost have to smile.
en.wikiquote.org /wiki/Mickey_Mouse   (644 words)

  
 Mickey Mouse-01 Vintage Mickey Mouse Collectibles
I collected Mickey stuff for lot's of years, a few years ago I sold off most of the bigger items but still have several boxes of smaller items yet to sell.
A brightly painted Mickey face is fastened onto the standard red viewer thereby covering the back portion of the viewer.
Walt spent the return train ride conjuring up a little mouse in red velvet pants and named him "Mortimer," but by the time the train screeched into the terminal station in Los Angeles, the new dream mouse had been rechristened.
countryjoe.bizland.com /store/mickey-01.html   (770 words)

  
 Mickey Mouse Club - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Mickey Mouse Club was a long-running American variety television series in the 1950s, produced and televised by Walt Disney Productions, featuring a regular but ever-changing cast of teenage performers.
Like many Classic Disney franchises, Mickey Mouse Club was created by Walt Disney.
The first series was essentially a variety show for children, with such regular features as a newsreel, a cartoon, and a serial, as well as music, talent and comedy segments.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Mickey_Mouse_Club   (1230 words)

  
 Judiths Mickey Mouse page
Mickey Mouse is the most loved Mouse in the whole world.
Walt is said to have drawn the first sketches of Mickey Mouse on a train to Los Angeles after losing the rights to Oswald, the cartoon rabbit.
Viewed from a distance of over 70 years, it appears that Mickey's success was inevitable, that he was a kind of force of nature in entertainment, destined to become one of the most beloved characters in the world.
www.mickeyfriends.com   (446 words)

  
 Mickey Mouse Watches: Find the perfect Mickey Mouse watch for you or a friend.
A Mickey Mouse silhouette charm is fastened to the band.
A raised Mickey portrait resides on the watch face, 'Original Mickey' is written on the underside of the watch crystal.
Mickey Mouse's famous red pants are featured on this ladies watch; his little arms act as the hour and minute indicators.
www.disneythemes.com /mickey_mouse_watches.htm   (818 words)

  
 Mickey Mouse
Minnie Mouse; Pluto Pup, Donald Duck; Goofy; Horace Horsecollar; Eega Beeva & Pflip the Thnuckle-Booh; Gloomy the Mechanic; Captain Nathaniel Churchmouse & Spooks the Gorilla; Colonel Doberman; Mickey's Pal, Butch; Shamrock Bones; Doctor Einmug; The Sleuth; Mayor Scott; Atomino Bip-Bip; Friday & Thursday the Islanders; Percy & Patricia Pigg.
His ladylove is Minnie Mouse whom he's been courting "on screen" since 1928.
Mickey and his pals are often menanced by the nefarious villian Pete and his compatriots.
users.cwnet.com /xephyr/rich/dzone/hoozoo/mickey.html   (739 words)

  
 Reason
Before the Bono Act passed, Mickey Mouse was set to enter the public domain in 2004, with his best-known animated pals following shortly afterward.
Mickey's own reaction to the decision was less enthusiastic.
Telling his keepers that he was going on an "ice run for the boss," the mouse made his way to a dive bar a few miles outside Disneyland, where he gave reason an exclusive interview.
www.reason.com /links/links011703.shtml   (914 words)

  
 Amazon.com: Mickey Mouse: Books: Pierre Lambert   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Mickey Mouse: The Evolution, The Legend, The Phenomenon!
It is an excellent visual history of the Mickey Mouse cartoons and makes a great companion piece to the new DVD collection of Mickey Mouse cartoons in color.
Maybe it's the Disney corporation's fault; maybe Lambert was unable to see many Mickey cartoons on video or TV because Disney has made very few of them available in recent years (after all, the thinking goes, why merchandise the mouse when Winnie the Pooh will always be slightly more successful?).
www.amazon.com /Mickey-Mouse-Pierre-Lambert/dp/0786864532   (1527 words)

  
 eBay Guides - Mickey Mouse Watches Minnie Mouse Watches
There are literally dozens of variations of Mickey Mouse watches and Minnie Mouse watches out there.
You simply tap a button on the right side, and tunes such as the famous Mickey Mouse March tune begin humming.
Other popular timepieces include the Animated Ball Watch, Mickey Mouse Frosted Lettering Watch, and the original Mickey Watch, which can be repurposed for either men or women.
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