The Mouse is a cartoon character from Warner Bros. Studios, Isolde Schmitt-Menzel and WDR.
|Other names|| Scruffy (by Daffy Duck)|
Mousy Mousy (by Granny)
|Birthday||December 1 1932|
|Affiliations||The Weasels, The Squirrel, The Mole, The Raccoon, The Vixen, The Fox, The Spotted Ferret, The Badger, The Vulture, The Hare, The Rabbit, The Rat, The Vole, The Shrew, The Bear, The Bird, The Ferret, The Stoat, The Tortoise, The Turtle, The Sloth, The Snake, Owl, The Kestrel, The Frog, The Polecat, The Crow, Mrs. Hare, Mr. Bear , The Skunk, The Chipmunks, The Lion, The Hedgehog, The Hamster, The Beaver, The Lynx, The Cougar, The Marmot, The Tiger, The Gopher, The Kangaroo, The Otter, The Seal, The Sea Otter, The Sparrow, The Eagle, The Woodpecker, The Wolf, The Dog, The Cat, The Deer, The Porcupine, The Coyote, Momma Rabbit, Little Rabbit, The Duck, Granny, Daffy Duck, Bugs Bunny, Sylvester, Tweety Bird, Speedy Gonzales, Marvin the Martian, Pete Puma|
|Residence|| The Small Cottage|
|Interests||The Bear, Making Friends, Dancing|
|Parents||UnNamed Parents (Deceased)|
|Grandparents||UnNamed Grandmother (Deceased)|
|First appearance||The Trip to Southwest|
|Last appearance||The Extra Timing Show: Featuring The Bear and The Mouse|
|Voiced by|| Mel Blanc (1972-1988)|
Richard Dean Anderson (1993)
Billy West (1990-2004)
Jeff Bergman (2004-2020)
Eric Bauza (2018-)
He is an anthropomorphic mouse that lived in The Small Cottage where he lives, he can stretch his legs as long as he wants, jump a rope with his torn-off tail or fetch tools from his body, as he likes granny which however he is interested with going to the other countries or going to the places as he wants, he became friends with The Bear (Bär) which the friendship has been made in the journey, he has orange fur (with brown ears, arms and legs), he likes to stretch his legs, jump a rope, singing, dancing, handstanding, sleeping and fetching the tools with his body, he likes his friends: The Bear, Granny, The Weasels, The Spotted Ferret, The Skunk and some other animals.
In Short Films
In TV Movies
In TV Series
- The Mouse is a Part of Bastei Books “Das Buch mit der Maus” and Isolde Schmitt-Menzel’s Books.
- The Mouse Became The Looney Tunes Star in the 1970s.
- The Mouse Sounds Like Bugs Bunny.
- as Isolde Schmitt-Menzel and Chuck Jones Knew They Wanted to Make The Bear and The Mouse Short Films Which Where They Had.