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The Mouse: The Movie is a 1992 German-American traditional animated musical comedy
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fantasy film directed by Greg Ford and Terry Lennon.

Released theatrically by Warner Bros. Pictures on May 15, 1992.

Plot

Cast

  • 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

Trivia

  • 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.

Sequels

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.

Transcript

The Mouse: The Movie/Transcript

Scenes

  1. Opening
  2. The Mouse
  3. The Mouse Loves Granny
  4. The Beautiful Desert
  5. The Little Town
  6. Meet The Bear
  7. New Friends
  8. Bugs Bunny
  9. The New Legend
  10. New Home
  11. The Okay So
  12. The Fun
  13. The Life of All
  14. The Rooster
  15. The Mole That Came from the Sandbox
  16. The Sleepwalking Bear
  17. The Sleepy Time Night
  18. I Found a Duck in the Tree
  19. Rabbit Season, Duck Season
  20. The Mouse’s Rescue
  21. Umbrella and the River
  22. Be The Rabbit
  23. What’s Up Doc
  24. The Dragon and the Castle
  25. Ask the Pig
  26. Daffy and Porky
  27. The Rough Tough
  28. The Snail, Cat, Frog, Hedgehog, Bear and the Mouse‘s Light Night Tribe
  29. The Badger’s Sett
  30. Skunky’s Tough
  31. The Space
  32. Marvin Discovers
  33. The End of the Space Howler
  34. Back at Home
  35. The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down
  36. The Bear and The Mouse Dig for Treasure
  37. The Gold
  38. The Discovering Dinner
  39. Beneath the Plans
  40. GoodNight!
  41. Good Morning/Ending

Songs

  1. The Mouse - Instrumental
  2. The Mouse - The Mouse and The Bear
  3. What’s Up Doc - Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd
  4. The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down - The Cast of the Looney Tunes

Runtime

95 Minutes

Release Date

May 15, 1992

Music

James Horner (composer)

Carl Stalling (archive in the used 1955-1964 looney Tunes theme song and High Note soundtrack)

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