Minnie obviously was not very appreciative of Mickey's affection at the time. The song " Minnie's Yoo Hoo " serves as Minnie's theme throughout the series, and more specifically in her standalone episodes. The fastest player wins the round. This also marked the debut of Russi Taylor , who would go on to voice Minnie for decades. She performs the tango for Mickey the gaucho and Black Pete the outlaw.
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Then, from up until , she was voiced by Marcellite Garner. Following this, from up to Ruth Clifford provided the character's voice. But Mickey could not fill the void alone. In Plane Crazy , released on May 15 , , Minnie and Mickey take a flight on the latter's makeshift aircraft. In during which, Mickey repeatedly tries to romance Minnie. The next film featuring the couple was The Gallopin' Gaucho. It was the second of their series to be produced but only the third to be released on March 14 , In it, Minnie was employed as the barmaid and dancer of Cantina Argentina , a bar and restaurant established in the pampas of Argentina.
She performs the tango for Mickey the gaucho and Black Pete the outlaw. Both flirt with her but the latter intends to abduct her while the former obliges in saving the "damsel in distress" from the villain. All three characters acted as strangers first being introduced to each other. They appear together again in Steamboat Willie , the third short of the series to be produced but released first on November 18 , Pete was featured as the captain of the steamboat, Mickey as a crew of one and Minnie as their single passenger.
The commercial success of Steamboat Willie helped introduce Mickey and Minnie into the audience. Twelve more films featuring Mickey were produced in , but Minnie only co-starred in seven of them and was mentioned in an eighth. The first of them was The Barn Dance , first released on December 30 , Minnie stands at the center of attention as Mickey and Pete rival each other in order to win her favor. Both offer to pick her up for the dance but she chooses Pete's newly purchased automobile over Mickey's horse-cart.
When the automobile breaks down she resorts to going with Mickey. The latter proves a clumsy dancing partner, repeatedly stepping on her feet, and so she turns to Pete again. She is surprised when Mickey asks for another dance and seems to be light on his feet. However, she is disgusted when Pete points that his rival had placed a balloon in his shorts. She resumed dancing with Pete while Mickey is reduced to crying on the dance floor.
Minnie proves to be rather demanding as a partner in a romantic relationship. Mickey obviously has yet to claim her as his girlfriend by this point.
The Opry House , first released on March 28 , , was the first short to feature Mickey but not Minnie. A poster, however, mentions Minnie as being a member of the "Yankee Doodle Girls". This later group of female performers remained as unseen characters and were apparently short-lived. Minnie appears again in When the Cat's Away , first released on April 11 , She is attending a party with Mickey along with several other mice. The short was unusual in the depiction of Mickey and Minnie with the size and part of the behavior common in regular mice.
The set standard both before and after this short was to depict them as having the size of a rather short human being. Minnie was seen again in The Plowboy , first released on May 9 , , where she is featured as a farm girl and gets Mickey to milk her cow Clarabelle for her.
When Mickey presents her with a bucket full of milk and proceeds to kiss her, Minnie answers by knocking the bucket on his head. This in front of his horse Horace Horsecollar who is just making his debut.
Minnie obviously was not very appreciative of Mickey's affection at the time. Their attempt at farming life would prove short-lived. Minnie then appears as a fiddle player in Mickey's Choo-Choo June 26 , Her next appearance was arguably more significant.
Mickey then proceeds in explaining his reaction to Minnie's call. The song firmly establishes Mickey and Minnie as a couple and expresses the importance Minnie holds for her partner.
The song would go on to become the theme song for their series as well as the theme to a Disney prime-time television series, The Mouse Factory and Mickey Mouse Works which also featured the song as a recurring theme in many of its shorts. Minnie would appear in a number of shorts throughout the 's, co-starring alongside Mickey.
In , she appeared in the short On Ice , which was her first appearance in a color cartoon. The short The Fox Hunt was the final appearance of Minnie's early, Ub Iwerks design in the original theatrical run. In the late s and early s, Minnie was redesigned alongside Mickey, given full eyes, a pear-shaped body as opposed her round body in previous shorts, and a cream face replacing the white tone previously used. The first short to show Minnie's new design was 's Mickey's Surprise Party , which was one of the few theatrical shorts that focused more on Minnie than Mickey.
Around this time, Mickey became less of a rascally adventurer, and more of an Everyman character. As this shift in personality became increasingly utilized by Walt Disney and the animators, Minnie's significance would start to diminish. She would continue to appear sporadically as either Mickey's love interest or a supporting character that sets the plot for other characters such as Pluto and Figaro who famously became her pet cat after his popular demand grew from the animated feature, Pinocchio.
Her last appearance in the original theatrical run of Disney animated shorts would be a brief cameo at the end of 's Pluto's Christmas Tree. In the following decades, Minnie would make occasional appearances on Walt Disney's television series and at the Disneyland theme park and later Walt Disney World as a mascot alongside Mickey.
After a long hiatus from animation, Minnie would reappear in Mickey's Christmas Carol in , though in an extremely minor role as Bob Cratchit's played by Mickey wife. In , Minnie was given her first starring role in the television special, Totally Minnie. This also marked the debut of Russi Taylor , who would go on to voice Minnie for decades. She also made brief appearances in the television special Mickey's 60th Birthday.
Also in , Minnie made a non-speaking appearance as a guest at the 60th Academy Awards ceremony, sitting alongside Donald and Daisy as Mickey announces the winner of Best Animated Short. In , Minnie played a more significant role as the co-star in Runaway Brain. In the short, a monstrous creature called Julius fell for her, forcing Mickey to come to her rescue. Minnie was given a starring role in the animated short, Electric Holiday.
In this story, Minnie spotted a beautiful dress in a store window, and this lead to a daydream where Minnie envisions herself as a prospering supermodel living in the city of Paris. In , Minnie appeared in the theatrical short Get A Horse! The short utilized a combination of archived dialogue from Marcellite Garner and new dialogue courtesy of Russi Taylor.
Also in , a new series of Mickey Mouse shorts premiered, with several episodes starring Minnie in her own solo cartoons. On January 23 , , Minnie served as the inspiration for the "Rock the Dots" art and fashion show, taking place in Downtown Los Angeles , California. To coincide with National Polka Dot Day, the interactive exhibit celebrated the aesthetics of Minnie's signature look by displaying an array of apparel designed by various artists around the world, all inspired by Minnie.
On September 27 , , Disney released The Art of Minnie Mouse , a book centering Minnie that features reinterpretations of her character design courtesy of various Disney artists, designers, illustrators, and animators from around the world. The book also features an extensive look at Minnie's filmography with a visual timeline. On June 22 , , the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce announced that Minnie Mouse will receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in , forty years after Mickey, and on the year of her 90th anniversary.
In Mickey's Once Upon a Christmas , Minnie is Mickey's hard-working girlfriend who, despite her hard work, is in debt with bills and tries not to let Mickey know. She works a large store owned by Mortimer Mouse. She plans to use her Christmas bonus to buy a gift for Mickey, but she ends up receiving a fruitcake. She ends up trading her prized watch for a case for Mickey's beloved harmonica, but Mickey trades his harmonica for a chain for Minnie's watch.
In the end, though, they realize their love is enough and they enjoy Christmas together. In the direct-to-video movie Mickey, Donald, Goofy: The Three Musketeers , Minnie plays the role of the princess of France, who continually daydreams about her true love, Mickey.
She's also the only monarch getting in the way of the plans of Pete, who can't take over the kingdom if he cannot get rid of her. Interestingly, for this particular film, Minnie is drawn with hair bangs, which do not appear in any later cartoons. In this film, Princess Minnie wants nothing more than to find her true love, however, she must put this dream on hold after she escapes a murder plot by the Beagle Boys. She demands that her captain of the musketeers Pete, find her bodyguards.
Unknowing to Minnie, Pete is the mastermind behind the murder plot and desires to rule France as king. To avoid a threat to his plan, Pete hires three janitors, Mickey, Donald, and Goofy, to be the musketeer bodyguards, believing they'll do a terrible job.
Minnie quickly falls in love with Mickey. After being rescued from a kidnapping scheme, Mickey and Minnie embrace their forbidden love on an evening date across the kingdom.
That night, Mickey, Donald, and Goofy are kidnapped by Pete and his minions. The next night, Minnie and Daisy head over to the Grand Opera. There, she learns Pete's plans and is captured. However, over the course of the show, Minnie and Daisy are rescued. Minnie dubs the trio royal musketeers and presumably marries Mickey afterward. Minnie as she appears in Mickey's Twice Upon a Christmas. While excited, Minnie is concerned with the fact that she may not be as good as the other contestants.
Minnie begins her performance, with the alligators from Fantasia to assist her, and is quickly praised. Daisy becomes jealous and jumps in to steal the spotlight. To further her performance, Daisy has the hippos from Fantasia to assists her.
A rival battle follows. Eventually, Daisy pulls off an impressive stunt. Minnie decides to do her own but injures herself in the process. Daisy rushes to her side to comfort her friend. They make up and finish the performance together in a grand finale. In Mickey and Pluto's segment, Minnie hopes Mickey decides to pull off a simple Christmas party instead of overdoing it like he does every year.
When Pluto goes missing, Minnie is the first to be notified. She takes the news to her friends including Scrooge McDuck who volunteers to buy a snow plow company to search the city for Pluto. In the end, they reach Mickey's house where Pluto has been found. They all enter the house to sing a carol and celebrate their Christmas.
Although Minnie did not officially appear in Fun and Fancy Free , a scene with her, as Happy Valley 's queen, was planned to be included in the Mickey and the Beanstalk segment before the decision was made to drop it from the film. In the scene, Mickey came before her to sell her his cow and in exchange, she gave him the magic beans.
In Mickey Mouse Works , she finally appeared in her own segments and cartoons. Here, she is portrayed as Mickey's intelligent, mature, and beloved girlfriend. Occasionally, she starred in the "Maestro Minnie" shorts, in which she conducts an orchestra of living instruments that she usually has to tame. In most of her starring cartoons, Minnie would be paired up with Daisy who, in contrast to her, is very wacky and talkative. Some of her other cartoons would involve her getting into her own mischief such as when she accidentally turned Pluto's fur purple with dye.
When she appeared in Mickey's cartoons, she was often the main subject with Mickey usually trying to find grand ways to impress her. She was also the focus in most cartoons with Mortimer Mouse. She also co-starred with Mickey in his short segments "Mickey to the Rescue" where she plays the role of some of her early cartoons: In House of Mouse , Minnie is in charge of planning the show and the club's bookkeeper.
Her outfit, black and white undershirt with a skirt and with boots and a purple bow on her ear. She is often annoyed by Clarabelle's gossip, Daisy's wackiness, and Mickey's mischief. Minnie is often responsible for saving the club in times of crises using her cool and rational personality to calm things down. Minnie appears in Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed in at the House of Mouse.
Minnie, along with Mickey and the Disney guests, are snowed in at the club. Mickey advises the plan to have a Christmas party while Minnie finds a box of the gang's Christmas stories. Minnie also appears in Mickey's House of Villains. In it, Minnie is worried about the large number of villains in the club on Halloween night, thinking that they might be up to something, but Mickey isn't worried about it.
Unfortunately, Minnie is correct and the club is taken over by the Disney Villains. During their reign, Minnie threatens the leader Jafar to leave the club and change it back to normal, but this backfires when Captain Hook throws her out.
After Mickey saves the day, Minnie and the others celebrate.
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