DTV Valentine (1986 TV Movie)
Ludwig Von Drake: The most recent development in the history of romance was the invention of rock 'n' roll. Almost overnight, jukeboxes replaced Cupid. And you know something? Things hasn't been the same since!
Ludwig Von Drake: [taking a TV set apart] Hello there! I'll be right with you; I'm trying to hook up to DTV. You want to know what DTV is?
[works his way into the TV set and throws out the monitor]
Ludwig Von Drake: DTV is music videos, only they mix the best of Disney cartoons with rock 'n' roll.
[turns a dial on the TV]
Ludwig Von Drake: All you have to do is turn on this little knob and you've got your DTV! See?
[nothing happens; Von Drake gets impatient, hitting the TV and twisting the dial so much he breaks it off]
Ludwig Von Drake: What's the matter with this thing? It's a new stereo TV!
[he shakes the TV, trying to get something to happen, but still nothing]
Ludwig Von Drake: Oh well.
[he chuckles, then gives the TV a hard kick; suddenly, the monitor, connected to the TV only by way of wires, turns on, formally starting the special]
Mickey Mouse: Now let's see Bambi and his friends fall in love to Lionel Richie's song "Hello".
[shows clips from "Bambi" with the deer and his friends becoming "twitterpated"]
Mickey Mouse: After all, animals meet sweethearts, too.
Jiminy Cricket: Hello again. Have you all been enjoying the sights and sounds of love? Life would be pretty dull without them. Now, a good relationship takes love and care. Here's our special tribute to the longest-running romance in the movies: Mickey and Minnie!
Mickey Mouse: Introducing on this DTV, my great old pal, Donald Duck!
Donald Duck: Thank you, thank you, thank you! Great stuff!
Mickey Mouse: [standing off to the side] Hurry up, Donald!
Donald Duck: Okay. I'm the greatest lover in the movies. Mickey, I...
Mickey Mouse: Speak more clearly, Donald! We can't understand you!
Donald Duck: [enraged] Wak! What's the big idea? Can't understand me? Don't you understand English?
[goes into his usual temper tantrum while the crowd boos him and a stage hook grabs him and pulls him offstage]
Mickey Mouse: On with the show!
["I Just Called To Say I Love You" by Stevie Wonder plays]
[a clip from "Mickey's Rival" is shown, in which Minnie falls for Mortimer, making Mickey jealous]
Jiminy Cricket: Mickey wasn't the only one who got jealous. His faithful friend Pluto was also... er, dogged by heartbreak.
["Don't Go Breaking My Heart" by Elton John and Kiki Dee plays]