So, whether or not a particular Disney cartoon goes into the public domain, the characters themselves may not be used as trademarks without authorization. While on the phone with Minnie, Pluto accidentally ruins the decorations. The cartoon was not the first cartoon to feature a soundtrack connected to the action. In , Mickey and the guests are trapped inside the club on Christmas Eve. The game is part of an effort by The Walt Disney Company to re-brand the Mickey Mouse character by moving away from his current squeaky clean image and reintroducing the mischievous side of his personality. During this time, Mickey's body structure was changed and was given a new look. Mickey's role in the short, as the eponymous apprentice, would become one of the most recognizable roles of his career. However, after ruining Pete's scheme to sell an overpriced tree to a struggling family, Mickey's tip money is stolen by Pete, and the mouse is fired. This forces Mickey to sneak backstage and don his sorcerer robes and hat from his time as Yen Sid's apprentice and take Jafar on in a magical duel. Some of these additional characters would go on to make animated appearances in Mickey Mouse media, such as television and a few of the classic shorts.
For example, in "Yodelberg", Mickey is a Swiss mouse who wishes to visit Minnie atop the Matterhorn, but the treacherous terrain may cause such a plan to be difficult.
Mickey Mouse Clubhouse | Disney JuniorFortunately, Goofy is freed by the reformed Clarabelle, and Donald decides to rejoin the force. Although Mickey and Minnie still maintained their anthropomorphic characteristics, they were depicted as the size of regular mice and living with a community many other mice as pests in a home.
Mickey Mouse & Friends | DisneyUnlike the previous decorations, these are simpler. In some episodes, Mickey would be involved in the Ajax business with Donald and Goofy having various jobs often ending in complete failure while in other cartoons might involve him in trying to impress Minnie by going over the top and modern. "Tokyo Go" stars Mickey as a Japanese mouse going on an adventure aboard the Tokyo bullet train system. Prior to all these, Mickey was also featured as an unseen character in the episode "You Oughta Be In Toons".
Mickey Mouse Clubhouse - Goofy BabysitterPresident since Harry Truman, with the exception of Lyndon B. Comics and other printed material Mickey in the very first panel of his newspaper comic strip. He was also regularly faced against the monstrous Peg-Leg Pete, who made his Mickey Mouse debut in Gallopin' Gaucho and would go on to become a recurring antagonist for Mickey, commonly and iconically featured as his arch-nemesis. In Tokyo Disneyland, Mickey can be found for meet-and-greets at World Bazaar, Toontown, and Westernland. They rushed down the beanstalk with the harp, chopped it down once on the ground, and escaped safely. He was this big terrifying New York producer and I was just a kid from Missouri with a sketch of Mickey, but it would've killed me to give him up. It would not be until Mickey's third, probably most famous, and first sound cartoon , that Mickey began to gain the popularity that he has today. A Mickey Mouse phone was also seen in Max's room in the film's opening. Mickey and the gang head to the opera theater where Pete has already managed to take control. At Minnie's, the couple exchanges the gifts and it turns out that Minnie traded her watch for a case for Mickey's harmonica. Other television shows While not having his own starring series in the line-up, Mickey was featured in the opening and closing sequences of block. Mickey made three cameos appearance in , first seen in the audiecne of students at Max's high school's assembly, then hitchhiking with Donald Duck during the song "On the Open Road", and finally as a member of the crowd at the Powerline concert. To gain money faster, he and Pluto work extra hard at their job at "Crazy Pete's Tree Lot". Feeling sympathy for the mouse, the store owner goes through with the trade. The studio forcibly put focus on war-related, propaganda cartoons starring most of the headlining characters, with the exception of Mickey. In these shorts, Mickey, accompanied by Toodles, help his friends stay in shape by using exercises to solve their daily problems. Messy hairstyle for guys. Although Minnie would rather have him do something simple, Mickey goes ahead and decorates excessively with an animatronic Santa Claus, a moving train set around the Christmas tree, and much more. apparently failed to impress audiences, and to add insult to injury, Walt could not find a distributor. Hugh Harman and Rudolf Ising also assisted Disney during those years. Among the characters who had their first comic strip appearances in this story were Clarabelle Cow, Horace Horsecollar, and Black Pete as well as the debuts of corrupted lawyer Sylvester Shyster and Minnie's uncle Mortimer Mouse. Donald, Goofy, and Pluto head off to rescue Mickey, which they do just in time. He is also the star of the live stage show Over at Disney California Adventure, Mickey can be found on Buena Vista Street for meet-and-greets. Some of these episodes include , , , , , , and many others. Mickey, in his sorcerer outfit, can be seen at the end of the nighttime spectacular