Best buddies Mickey, Donald, and Goofy are small-time janitors with big dreams of becoming Musketeers. Peg-Leg Pete, captain of the Musketeers, points out why they'll never make it: Donald is a coward, Goofy is a dim-wit, and Mickey is short. But things change when Princess Minnie demands Musketeer bodyguards when assassins, hired by Pete so he can be king, nearly drop a safe on her. Knowing real Musketeers are too-well trained, Pete hires Mickey, Donald, and Goofy, the clumsy janitors as Musketeers and Minnie's bodyguards. Written by
All for fun and fun for all
16 August 2004 (USA)
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Also Known As:
Mickey, Donald, Goofy: Los tres mosqueteros
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Aspect Ratio: 1.78 : 1
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Did You Know?
The opera featured in the movie is "The Pirates of Penzance." See more
In Pete's Bad Guy song, he tugs on a rope and sits in a chair, facing the table, then drops through a hole, to his dungeon, facing away from the camera, and turns around before getting off the spring loaded chair, which shoots back up into the room, facing the table. See more
[sung to Beethoven's Fifth Symphony
This is the end! / This is the end! / That Donald Duck has left for Mickey Mouse to drown.
He let him drown!
And Goofy trusted him, but Donald let him down.
He let him down!
We all berate him / Because we hate him / He's a traitor, vacillator / He's a lousy second rater / Mangy mallard!
He's a coward!
Donald's destiny has soured / It's the end!
[Quacks angrily and smashes the troubadour's lute
I'll show you, you doggone tortoise!
That way, Tiger.
All For One And One For All (Finale)
Music by Jacques Offenbach
(Excerpt from "Orpheus In The Underworld")
Lyrics by Chris Otsuki
Mickey, Donald and Goofy vocals Wayne Allwine
, Tony Anselmo
, Bill Farmer
Troubadour Vocals Rob Paulsen
Musketeer Vocals Randy Crenshaw
, Norman Large
, Rick Logan See more