Released theatrically by Warner Bros. Pictures on May 15, 1992.
- Billy West as The Mouse, he is a mouse who can stretch his legs as long as he wants, jump a rope with his torn-off tail or fetch tools from his body.
- Jeff Bergman as Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Elmer Fudd, Yosemite Sam, and Porky Pig
- June Foray as The Little Rabbit/Toulouse the Dog/The Bear/Granny/Mrs. Hare/Owl/The Coyote/Mrs. Otter/The Deer #2
- Rob Rackstraw as The Cat/The Lion/The Cougar
- Danny DeVito as The Dog/The Tiger/The Wolf
- Theresa Randle as The Vixen/The Momma Rabbit
- Bill Murray as The Fox/The Ferret/The Hedgehog/The Dinosaur/The Snail
- Bob Bergen as The Turtle/The Frog/The Bee/Tweety/Hubie and Bertie/Marvin the Martian
- Bill Farmer as Sylvester/The Hare/The Rabbit/The Porcupine/The Deer/The Sea Otter/The Seal/Foghorn Leghorn
- T.K. Carter as The Dragon/The Bird/The Woodpecker/The Lynx
- Joey Camen as The Stoat/The Squirrel/The Hamster/The Rat/The Sparrow/The Kestrel/The Snake/The Otter/The Skunk/The Chipmunks
- Maurice LaMarche as The Mole/The White Wolf/The Lizard
- Jim Cummings as The Badger/The Tortoise/The Rat #3/The Rat #2/The Wishy Washer Dog
- Michael Bell as The Giraffe/The Monkey/The Wombat
- Frank Welker as The Space Howler/The Sun/The Animals
- This is the Mouse’s first feature film to be in 1992.
- The cast of the Looney Tunes will be appeared in the film.
- This is Warner Bros. Family Entertainment’s first logo appearance to be in the film.
- This is New World Pictures’ sixth logo to be in 1992.
The Mouse: The Movie II: Journey to the Wilderness was released in June 16, 1995, was theatrically released by Warner Bros. Pictures.
The Mouse: The Movie 3: All the Gang Stars was released in November 15, 1996, was theatrically released by Warner Bros. Pictures.
The Mouse: The Movie 4: The Legend of the Temple Doom was released in December 19, 1997, was theatrically released by Warner Bros. Pictures.
The Mouse: The Movie V: Milk to Market was released in November 24, 1999, was theatrically released by Warner Bros. Pictures.
The Mouse: The Movie 6: The Star’s Magic was released in December 7, 2001, was theatrically released by Warner Bros. Pictures.
The Mouse: The Movie: The Winter Fates was released in November 9, 2003, was theatrically released by Warner Bros. Pictures.
The Mouse: The Movie: The Final Chapter was released in September 22, 2009, was released on Direct-to-Video by Warner Home Video.
Television series adaptations
This film was adapted into the 1994 animated series called The Mouse: The Animated Series which is premiered in September 24, 1994 (in a same day as the Free Willy animated series premiere) and it ended in July 31, 1999.
- The Mouse
- The Mouse Loves Granny
- The Beautiful Desert
- The Little Town
- Meet The Bear
- New Friends
- Bugs Bunny
- The New Legend
- New Home
- The Okay So
- The Fun
- The Life of All
- The Rooster
- The Mole That Came from the Sandbox
- The Sleepwalking Bear
- The Sleepy Time Night
- I Found a Duck in the Tree
- Rabbit Season, Duck Season
- The Mouse’s Rescue
- Umbrella and the River
- Be The Rabbit
- What’s Up Doc
- The Dragon and the Castle
- Ask the Pig
- Daffy and Porky
- The Rough Tough
- The Snail, Cat, Frog, Hedgehog, Bear and the Mouse‘s Light Night Tribe
- The Badger’s Sett
- Skunky’s Tough
- The Space
- Marvin Discovers
- The End of the Space Howler
- Back at Home
- The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down
- The Bear and The Mouse Dig for Treasure
- The Gold
- The Discovering Dinner
- Beneath the Plans
- Good Morning/Ending
- The Mouse - Instrumental
- The Mouse - The Mouse and The Bear
- What’s Up Doc - Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd
- The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down - The Cast of the Looney Tunes
May 15, 1992
James Horner (composer)
Carl Stalling (archive in the used 1955-1964 looney Tunes theme song and High Note soundtrack)