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The Mouse: The Movie V: Milk to Market is a 1999 German-American traditional animated comedy drama adventure film directed by Joe Pytka and Stuart Gillard.

Released theatrically by Warner Bros. Pictures on November 24, 1999, and it was a sequel to The Mouse: The MovieThe Mouse: The Movie II: Journey to the Wilderness, The Mouse: The Movie 3: All the Gang Stars and The Mouse: The Movie 4: The Legend of the Temple Doom.

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 Bear/The Kittens
  • Rob Rackstraw as The Cat
  • Bill Murray as The Hedgehog/The Dinosaur
  • Bob Bergen as The Frog/The Bee
  • Bill Farmer as The Hare/Foghorn Leghorn/The Dog
  • T.K. Carter as The Bird
  • Kevin Clash as The Grey Mole
  • Jim Cummings as The Hero Bunny
  • Joe Alaskey as The Orange Cat
  • Kath Soucie as The Lazy Rat
  • Frank Welker as The Spiders
  • Will Ryan as The Polar Bear
  • Janet Waldo as The Mother Cat

Trivia

  • This loosely based on the 1953 short film called Cat-Tails for Two.
  • This film is similar to More Kittens and The Aristocats.
  • This is the Mouse’s fifth feature film to be in 1999.
  • The cast of the Looney Tunes will be fifthly appeared in the film.
  • This is Warner Bros. Family Entertainment’s fifth logo appearance to be in the film.

Songs

  1. Daffy Duck's Rhapsody - Daffy Duck (End Credits)

Transcript

The Mouse: The Movie V: Milk to Market/Transcript

Scenes

  1. Opening
  2. Elmer‘s Duck Hunt
  3. The Timid Rain
  4. The Kittens
  5. The Rat
  6. The Mouse Meets The Orange Cat
  7. The Bear‘s Climb
  8. Mister Sam
  9. Bugs Bunny‘s Unlimited Call
  10. Road to the City
  11. Hedgehog‘s Plan
  12. The Powder-ness Problem
  13. Pool Party
  14. The Boat Race
  15. The Power of the Bee
  16. The Chase
  17. The Dinosaur and the Hare’s Comfortless Days
  18. The Mother Cat
  19. The Swimming Mole
  20. The Trash Alley
  21. Bathroom Break
  22. The Rush
  23. The Daffy Duck’s Great Stage Escape
  24. The Heart of the Life
  25. The Market
  26. The Spiders
  27. Finding the Right Way
  28. The Crazy Porky Attack
  29. Leghorn Madness
  30. The Milk to Market
  31. The Return of the Spider
  32. Final Chase
  33. The Hero Bunny Saves the Day
  34. The Kittens’ Milk
  35. Back at Home
  36. Looney Fun
  37. Ending

Release Date

November 24, 1999

Runtime

90 Minutes

Music

Steve Jablonsky (score)

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

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