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This is comprised of new animated shorts featuring the classic Disney characters: Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Pluto, Donald Duck, and Goofy. A great effort is made to capture the classic Disney look and feel, using basic colors and the original sound effects. Written by Caitlin

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Several of the Donald cartoons from this show were released on DVD in 2008 as part of "Walt Disney Treasures: The Chronological Donald, Volume 4" (1951-1961). See more »

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Minnie Mouse: [reads] Dear Minnie, watch out for purse snatchers, signed Daisy.
Mickey Mouse: Daisy? Then who got the fax I sent?
[cut to Roy E. Disney's workshop]
Roy E. Disney: [after the fax appears] Huh? What'd I ever do to him?
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At the end of the opening sequence in every episode, Donald Duck attempts to plaster his own name over the series' title which results backfires on him. Donald's accidents vary between episodes. See more »

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Spin-off House of Mouse (2001) See more »

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Well, it "Works". . .sort of
10 August 1999 | by (From Television City in Hollywood!, no, uh, Rialto, California) – See all my reviews

The colors are brilliant, the animation is just a tiny notch below feature quality and the current voice actors are perfect.

So, what's missing from the mix?

Mickey, or more precisely, his personality. The original press releases for "Mickey Mouse Works" promised us a Mickey who's a little bit brash, a touch lazy and bit of a slob, as in the theatrical short "Runaway Brain". Well, for "Mickey Mouse Works" to really work, Mickey needs to show a little more of his darker side. He needs to be more willing to give as good as he gets. He needs to show a little more of his darker side, as he does in a deliciously malicious moment in the short "Symphony Hour" when, as an orchestra conductor, he plants a revolver squarely between Donald Duck's eyes to stop him from walking out of a performance.

If the show survives into a second season with new cartoons, can we please see that personality they promised us for Mickey?


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