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 Movie, The 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.
- 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
- 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.
- Daffy Duck's Rhapsody - Daffy Duck (End Credits)
- Elmer‘s Duck Hunt
- The Timid Rain
- The Kittens
- The Rat
- The Mouse Meets The Orange Cat
- The Bear‘s Climb
- Mister Sam
- Bugs Bunny‘s Unlimited Call
- Road to the City
- Hedgehog‘s Plan
- The Powder-ness Problem
- Pool Party
- The Boat Race
- The Power of the Bee
- The Chase
- The Dinosaur and the Hare’s Comfortless Days
- The Mother Cat
- The Swimming Mole
- The Trash Alley
- Bathroom Break
- The Rush
- The Daffy Duck’s Great Stage Escape
- The Heart of the Life
- The Market
- The Spiders
- Finding the Right Way
- The Crazy Porky Attack
- Leghorn Madness
- The Milk to Market
- The Return of the Spider
- Final Chase
- The Hero Bunny Saves the Day
- The Kittens’ Milk
- Back at Home
- Looney Fun
November 24, 1999
Steve Jablonsky (score)
Carl Stalling (archive in the used 1955-1964 looney Tunes theme song and High Note soundtrack)