Mouse (2003)

TV Mini-Series  -  Animation
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Master Burglar Mouse (who lives by day as a meek Art Teacher) targets and steals the most valuable objects in the world, all with the help of his three sexy assistants.

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Credited cast:
Cindy Alexander ...
 Yayoi Kuribayashi (English language version) (voice)
Chelsea Armstrong ...
 Machiko (English language version) (voice)
Bob Buchholz ...
 Lt. Heitaro Onizuka (voice)
Mari Devon ...
 Scientist, Woof's Boss, Rin Nyan (2003) (voice)
Dorothy Elias-Fahn ...
 Mirei Hanamura, Young Sorata, Head Scientist, Fon (voice) (as Jacky Morris)
Yukari Fukui ...
 Yayoi Kuribayashi (Japanese language version) (voice)
 Uta Yukino, Mei Momozono (voice) (as Carol Wadell)
 Mouse / ... (voice)
Masaru Ikeda ...
 Toushun Momozono (Japanese language version) (voice)
Sugure Ikeda ...
 Fuyuka (Japanese language version) (voice)
Kikuko Inoue ...
 Mei Momozono (Japanese language version) (voice)
Buzz Kilman ...
Dave Mallow ...
 Police, Male Scientist, Woof (voice)
Yoshimi Moriya ...
 Misa Hanamura (Japanese language version) (voice)
Jacky Morris ...
 Mirei (Englsih language version) (voice)


Master Burglar Mouse (who lives by day as a meek Art Teacher) targets and steals the most valuable objects in the world, all with the help of his three sexy assistants.

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5 January 2003 (Japan)  »

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JPY 5,000,000 (estimated)

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A good, campy and also cute little series
18 November 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This year, I sat down, I saw, and I experienced an ecchi-action-comedy series like none that I've ever seen before: Mouse.

Although not mainstream material, it has some appeal. The animation and character designs, for one, were great. Also, the English dubbing director cast just the right actors/actresses to make the roles believable. Case in point: Mouse's female "assistants". The voices make them utterly likable, to a point where guy viewers begin deciding on which one(s) they like best.

What astounded me the most was the creators ability to cram a generous amount of fan-service within each 15 minute episode. If there were a World Records title for "providing so much of one element in a TV show in such short run time," Mouse would get it hands down.

So if you like a mix of action, comedy, and sexiness, then Mouse is your ticket. But one thing though: Don't take it seriously. It's not epic japanimation like "Princess Mononoke" or "Howl's Moving Castle". It's a fun little series to watch, especially IMO on a Friday or Saturday night.

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