Collections of short cartoons hosted by Mickey and his Disney pals at his club, The House of Mouse.
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Series cast summary:
Wayne Allwine ...  Mickey Mouse 52 episodes, 2001-2002
Bill Farmer ...  Goofy / ... 52 episodes, 2001-2002
Rod Roddy Rod Roddy ...  Mike 52 episodes, 2001-2002
Corey Burton ...  Ludwig Von Drake / ... 51 episodes, 2001-2002
Russi Taylor ...  Minnie Mouse / ... 51 episodes, 2001-2002
Tress MacNeille ...  Daisy Duck / ... 50 episodes, 2001-2002
Tony Anselmo ...  Donald Duck / ... 47 episodes, 2001-2002
April Winchell ...  Clarabelle Cow / ... 28 episodes, 2001-2002
Jim Cummings ...  Pete / ... 26 episodes, 2001-2002
Frank Welker ...  Gus Goose / ... 25 episodes, 2001-2002
Jeff Bennett ...  Shelby / ... 23 episodes, 2001-2002
Maurice LaMarche ...  Mortimer Mouse / ... 23 episodes, 2001-2002
Kevin Schon Kevin Schon ...  Timon / ... 21 episodes, 2001-2002


Collections of short cartoons hosted by Mickey and his Disney pals at his club, The House of Mouse.

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Release Date:

13 January 2001 (USA) See more »

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Disney's House of Mouse See more »

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(52 episodes)

Sound Mix:

Stereo | Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Mickey's rival in this show is Mortimer Mouse, taken from the animated short Mickey's Rival (1936). When Walt Disney first created Mickey, he intended for the name to be Mortimer, but his wife convinced him to change it to Mickey. See more »


The audience keeps changing seats. See more »


[Donald crashes a riding mower into a women's clothing display. He is wearing a green women's hat, a blonde wig, a purple blouse and a purple bra. He is seated on the lower half of a dummy in such a way that it seems he has women's legs and is wearing a blue skirt and high heels. Daisy sees him]
Daisy: It's true!
[Donald realizes what it looks like and tries to explain, but Daisy runs off sobbing]
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Spun-off from The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (1988) See more »


Rockin' at the House of Mouse
Written and Performed by Brian Setzer
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So Many Disney Characters All Gathered Under One Roof!
23 May 2009 | by Dawalk-1See all my reviews

First of all, this is one of my all-time favorite Disney animated shows. Although my only quip is that I kind of wish that the Mickey Mouse Works shorts and the featurettes from the '30s, '40s and '50s would've been dropped as intervals for what took place during the club scenes/segments, and that the latter were the bigger focus, and emphasized more. Since that's mainly what many people prefer to see a lot more for the aforementioned apparent reasons and some of us could care less about that. But I think the series is a lot better than the direct-to-video/DVD movies. Anyway, this isn't the first time various Disney characters have been shown together, from not only the shorts, but the full-length features. That title would go to 1938's Mickey's Polo Team. But this cartoon marks the first time this many characters have been assembled in this convention by that point a few years ago. Who knows when and if we'll ever see anything like this again in the future. But should another project that involves the crossover of this many Disney characters ever be made, I hope it'll be better and they get more screen time with nothing to interfere with that and them the next time around. But the show's most defining (and I think best) as well as signature, and probably most memorable moment/highlight is the part in the episode "Ask Von Drake", in which the professor duck performs a song naming the clientele there whom we've gotten to know over the decades. I wish that Disney didn't come up with and stick to that 65 episode rule, and that this one lasted longer. I too believe it had potential and limitless possibilities, if given the opportunity to grow more, so much more could've been done I agree, not all Disney shows even made it that far to 65 and this is one of them.

What else I love about it: The theme song "Rockin' At The House Of Mouse", which is performed by rockabilly singer/swing revivalist Brian Setzer is great and among my favorites. I've seen all the episodes except "Clarabelle's Christmas List", "Pete's Christmas Caper" and "Mickey And The Culture Clash". Though there are a few flaws, notably with some certain Mickey Mouse Works shorts, but I don't think that there are too many of those within them. As for the plots of what happened in the club, I'll save my critiques for individual episodes which are what would take for me to cover them. The concept of the show may be somewhat odd, I guess I agree to a certain extent, but it's still great for playing the game of "spot and point out the Disney characters". For the previous reviewers who aren't feeling this show and wrote that Looney Tunes are better, I'm partial to both and it's cool if y'all prefer one over the other more, but don't hate on Disney just because it isn't quite as wacky as the Warners/Looney Tunes stuff. Disney had wacky moments, albeit to lesser degree, on rare occasions. But the great thing about both of them is that they have there own unique qualities of what they're typically known for and that's just fine. So I don't mind nor do I see what's wrong with not being as wacky. On another quip, I wish more characters from various t.v. series made appearances and were included. I'm guessing or speculating here, but while some with then original characters who hadn't already been established yet could've appeared (e.g. the Gummi Bears cast), others that had established characters mixed with those who came along later (e.g. the Chip 'N' Dale Rescue Rangers cast), perhaps just would've been somewhat too difficult, complicated and confusing, considering the continuity or should I say alternate universes involving the previously established featurette/full-length feature characters. Or the writers simply wanted to focus almost exclusively on characters from the films. That's only my hypothesis.

Despite some of the flaws of effort that had been put into this series, I say that it's still worth checking out and shouldn't be passed. As it provides great entertainment with the jokes of characters making references to their renowned quotes, catch phrases and such for example. Master of ceremonies Mickey and doorman Donald make a great team as co-owners of the hotspot. Maitre d' Minnie makes sure things are going in tip-top form. Head waiter Goofy is at times clumsy as ever with the food deliveries. As for the others' responsibilities at the club, I'll just let y'all check it out and find out for yourselves, if y'all can. One more thing: No one ever seems to have mentioned this but me elsewhere, but it's apparent that the main reason why this show was created was to commemorate and nearly coincide with the 100th anniversary of Walt Disney's birth. And I think this was a great and the perfect way to honor him.

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