The Mouse: The Movie II: Journey to the Wilderness is a 1995 German-American
The Mouse- The Movie II- Journey to the Wilderness Logo
traditional animated comedy fantasy film directed by Joe Pytka.

Released theatrically by Warner Bros. Pictures on June 16, 1995 and it was a sequel to The Mouse: The Movie.



  • 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 Bear/The Magic Wolf 
  • Rob Rackstraw as The Cat/The Magic Wizard  
  • Bill Murray as The Hedgehog/The Dinosaur  
  • Bob Bergen as The Frog/Marvin the Martian 
  • Bill Farmer as The Hare/Foghorn Leghorn 
  • T.K. Carter as The Bird  
  • Danny DeVito as The Stag/The Ten Ghosts/Eddington McDuck  
  • Kath Soucie as The Husky/The Lioness 
  • Peter Sallis as The European Lynx/Eurasian Cougar 
  • Ron Moody as The European Badger 
  • Michael Bell as The Water Vole/The Mummy 
  • Frank Welker as The Bugs/The Werewolf/Taz Mania 
  • Paul Winchell as The Gargoyle  


  • This is the Mouse’s second feature film to be in 1995. 
  • The cast of the Looney Tunes will be secondarily appeared in the film.
  • This is Warner Bros. Family Entertainment’s second logo appearance to be in the film.


The Mouse: The Movie II: Journey to the Wilderness/Transcript


  1. Opening
  2. The Mouse and His Friends
  3. Near the Carrots Cart
  4. Meet The Cast
  5. The Journey Begins
  6. The Magical Forest
  7. The Deep Riverbank
  8. The Lynx
  9. Smiling Case
  10. Yosemite Sam Returns
  11. The Ground Arch
  12. The Surface Waters
  13. The Magic Wolf
  14. The Way to the Castle
  15. Welcome to the Castle
  16. The Party Dinner
  17. Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck in the Forest
  18. Thankful or Either What...
  19. The Lost Woods
  20. The Rooster No. 2
  21. The Little Lynx
  22. The Waterfall
  23. The Cat with the Stars of Sky
  24. Taz Mania and the Hare
  25. The Log
  26. Nervous on the Ground
  27. The Werewolf
  28. Final Battle
  29. The Magic Wizard
  30. Back Home
  31. Ending


88 Minutes

Release Date

June 16, 1995


James Newton Howard (composer)

Carl Stalling (archive in the used 1955-1964 looney Tunes theme song)

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