Disney's House of Mouse was an animated television series, produced by Walt Disney Television, that originally aired from 2001 to 2003.
House of Mouse staff
In the series, Mickey and his friends ran a nightclub frequented by many other animated Disney characters from throughout the company's animation history. The series was a successor to the short lived Mickey Mouse Works, an earlier program consisting of original cartoons featuring Mickey Mouse and friends. The majority of the cartoons featured on House of Mouse were reruns from Mickey Mouse Works, although, classic theatrical cartoons were also regularly shown. The series was also created to commemorate and coincide with the anniversary of  Walt Disney's birth. It should be noted this is the last Disney Channel show starring Mickey Mouse until Mickey Mouse Clubhouse on the Playhouse Disney block premiered in 2006.


The basic premise is that Mickey Mouse and his friends run a night club called the "House of Mouse" in the middle of Main Street, which shows Disney cartoons as part of its floor show. Each episode features a framing plot revolving around the comic mishaps of Mickey and the other characters running the club, often with cartoons that fit the theme of the framing plot. which are used as wraparounds for various Disney cartoons.

Many characters from Disney animated films (such as Aladdin, Pinocchiro,Peter Pan, The Hunchback of Notre Dame,The Little Mermaid,The Jungle Book, The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, Alice in Wonderland,Beauty and the Beast including much more) have appeared on House of Mouse, mostly as guests and attendees. The show included many relatively obscure and otherwise rarely-used characters from the films, often with speaking parts; however, appearances by characters from other media (such as comic books and television shows) were few and far between.

Mickey is the club's owner, while Minnie Mouse manages the finances and show production. Other House of Mouse staff members include

  • Greeter and Co-Owner - Donald Duck 
  • Reservation Clerk - Daisy Duck 
  • Head Waiter -  Goofy Goof
  • Mascot - Pluto
  • Mechanical Technician - Horace Horsecollar 
  • Chef - Gus Goose
  • Gossip Columnist - Clarabelle Cow 
  • Parking Valet - Max Goof 

A musical band consisting of Huey,Dewy and Louie with such alternating names as" The quackstreet boys", or "The splashing Pumpkin", and Kid Duck regularly performs. Pete  is the club's greedy landlord, who often attempts to shut the club down for his own personal gain by sabotaging the show through various means, since Mickey's contract states that the club stays open "as long as the show goes on"



  • Mickey Mouse 
Enteriment Superstar and geeral manager/ masters of ceremonies of the House of Mouse. Mickey is most visible as the club's flamboyant theater host and, in practice, leaves most of the club's management to the other staff.
  •  Minnie Mouse
Mickey's girlfriend, show planner and bookkeeper. Minnie is responsible for much of the club's day-to-day administration. Her cool, rational personality has kept the club running in times of crisis.
  •  Donald Duck
Mickey's best friend and  assistant m anager/co-owner of the House of Mouse. Donald is responsible for the overall customer service at the club and attends to the needs of the club's vip guests. He secretly covets Mickey's fame and position at the club.
  •  Daisy Duck

 Donald's girlfriend and reservation clerk. Somewhat frivolous, Daisy harbors ambitions to perform on-stage at the club with various acts.

  • Goofy Goof
Mickey and Donald's friend, Max's father and head waiter of the club. Clumsy yet lovable, Goofy manages the club's restaurant operations.
  •  Pluto
Mickey's pet dog and club mascot.
  •  Horace Horsecollar
Mickey's long-time friend and technician. Horace runs and maintains the club's technical equipment including lights, loudspeakers and video players.
  • Clarabelle Cow
Minnie's long-time friend and gossip columnist. Clarabelle collects gossip and rumors from all over Toontown for her talk show at the club. Her gossip has occasionally lead to problems for the club's staff.
  •  Max Goof
Goofy's son and a valet parking attendant.
  •  Huey,Dewey and Louie
Donald's three nephews and a house band with alternating names such as "The Quackstreet Boys", "Quackwork", "Kid Duck" and "The Splashing Pumpkins".
  •  Gus Goose
Donald's cousin and executive chef of the club. A notorious glutton, Gus sometimes eats the food he prepares for the guests just before it is served.
  •  Magic Mirror
Magical artifact and on-site consultant. Mickey and his friends sometimes ask for advice from the Magic Mirror on a variety of issues. He is also available for queries from the club's guests. Unsurprisingly, the Evil Queen can sometimes be found staring at the Mirror.
  • Mike
A talking microphone and announcer. He usually assists Mickey in presenting and ending events on-stage nightly.
  • Penguin waiters

Waiting staff of the club. According to an advertisement at the club,they are also available for hire on a tempermary base.

  •  Animated Brooms

Janitorial staff of the club.

  •  Pete
The club's greedy landlord, who often attempts to shut the theater down for his own personal gain by sabotaging the show, since Mickey's contract states that the club stays open only for as long as the show goes on.
House of Mouse locations below are descriptions of the areas within the club itself.
  •  Foyer
The front hall of the club is accessible via glass double doors from the street. Here, guests may converse among themselves or with the Magic Mirror that is located just within the entrance. There is also a small  lounge for guests waiting to be seated. Donald can usually be found here greeting visitors personally; often with a handshake. Daisy works at a reception desk situated just outside the restaurant/theater area, helping guests to book reservations or assist with any requests they may have. Outside, Max Goof assists visitors in parking their cars at a nearby lot owned by the club.
  •  Restaurant/Theater
One of the busiest areas of the club, this wide, spacious area has at least thirty tables that can seat over 120 people. Given the wide variety of clientele at the club, which includes Willie the giant and Elliott the dragon, the amount of seating at the club could vary wildly at times. Goofy and the penguin waiters take orders and deliver various dishes, ranging from conventional to outlandish, to the guests. At the far end of the area is a stage where performances of all sorts are conducted, including that of Huey, Dewey and Louie. There is also a huge TV screen in the stage background to show cartoons. Mickey often hosts the night's events on-stage.
  • Backstage
This area behind the stage is restricted only to club staff and performers hired by the club. Located here are staff offices, dressing rooms, storage rooms and an employee rest area. This area has direct access to the club's kitchen. The back entrance to the club and the door to the prop room are also located here. Minnie is often seen here using a PDA to assist in keeping the night's schedule on track or directing guest star performers to the stage.
  •  Kitchen
All types of ingredients and cooking equipment can be found here to cater to the wide and, often, exotic palates of the club's clientele. There is also a cold storage room to store fresh meat and other pesrishable foods. Gus Goose works here nightly to prepare various dishes for the guests, but he sometimes eats said dishes before they reach the tables.
  • Control Room
From this room, located behind and above the restaurant/theater area, much of the technical equipment at the club is operated. The club's collection of cartoons is stored here as well. Through a window that overlooks the restaurant/theater area, Horace operates the lights, the loudspeakers and various record players (for example, DVD or VHS players) to show cartoons at Minnie's direction.
  • Prop Room
Perhaps the most interesting area of the club, the prop room consists of a cavernous basement much larger than the club itself. Props from all of Disney animation can be found here, including magical items such as Genie's lamp and the Black Cauldron. The prop room is so large that one could get lost for days unless someone took Pluto along as a guide. However, Mickey and his friends usually have little trouble navigating in the prop room.

Characters by Movie/TV Show

  • Classic Disney Cartoons and Comic Books:The Phantom Blot, April, May and June Duck, Humphrey the Bear, Ranger J. Audubon Woodlore, the Brownstone Park Bears, Pluto's Good and Bad Consciences, Red Riding Hood, Toby Tortoise, Max Hare, Flowers and Trees, Santa Claus, Reindeer, Hobo Cookie, Judge Cookie, the Skeleton Dancers, a Merry Dwarf, a Lamp from "The Whoopee Party", the Lonesome Ghosts, Ferdinand the Bull, Susie the Little Blue Coupe, Professor Owl, Toot, Whistle, Plunk and Boom, Babe the Big Blue Ox, Dinah the Dachshund, Louie the Mountain Lion, Salty the Seal, a Rooster, a Hen, Girl Violin, Boy Saxophone, a Robot from "Mars and Beyond", and various Black-and-White Characters.
  • Mickey Mouse Works: Baby Shelby, Mrs. Turtle, Magical Mouse, Hairy Manilow, the Turkey, the 3 Kittens from "Pluto's Kittens", the Abominable Snowman, the Goatman and the 2 Aliens from "How to Camp", Chief O'Hara.
  • The Three Little Pigs: the Three Little Pigs, the Big Bad Wolf and the Three Little Wolves.
  • Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs: Snow White, The Prince, The Wicked Queen, the Seven Dwarfs, the Magic Mirror, Humbert the Huntsman, the 2 Vultures and the Forest Animals.
  • Pinocchio: Pinocchio, Geppetto, Jiminy Cricket, the Blue Fairy, Figaro, Cleo, Monstro, Foulfellow, Gideon, Lampwick, Stromboli, and The Coachman.
  • Fantasia: Chernabog, Yen Sid, Hop Lo, the Mushrooms, the Ostriches, the Cupids, one of the Centaurettes, Bacchus, Jacchus, and the Bald Mountain Ghosts.
  • The Reluctant Dragon: The Reluctant Dragon, Sir Giles, and the Boy.
  • Dumbo: Dumbo, Timothy Mouse, the Ringmaster, Mrs. Jumbo, The Circus Guards, the Crows, Casey Junior, the Elephants, and the Pink Elephants.
  • Bambi: Bambi, Thumper, Flower, Faline, Miss Bunny, Ronno, Friend Owl, Bambi's mother, Bambi's father, and a Chipmunk.
  • Saludos Amigos: José Carioca and Pedro the Plane.
  • The Three Caballeros: Panchito Pistoles, the Aracuan Bird, the Flying Gauchito, and Burrito.
  • Make Mine Music: Peter, Sonia the Duck, Sadsha the Bird, Ivan the Cat, The Wolf, Grandpa, The 3 Huntsmens, Willie the Whale, Seagulls, and Casey.
  • Song of the South: Br'er Rabbit, Br'er Fox and Br'er Bear, the humming birds, and Mr. Bluebird.
  • Fun and Fancy Free: Willie the Giant, Bongo, and Lulubelle.
  • Melody Time: Pecos Bill, Widowmaker, Slue Foot Sue, Johnny Appleseed, Johnny's angel, Little Toot, and Big Toot.
  • So Dear to My Heart: Danny the sheep and the owl.
  • The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad: Mr. Toad, Mole, Water Rat, Angus MacBadger, Weasels, Ichabod Crane, the Headless Horseman, Katrina Van Tassel, The Polices, and Tilda.
  • Cinderella: Cinderella, Prince Charming, Gus and Jaq, the Birds, Lady Tremaine, Anastasia and Drizella, Lucifer, the Fairy Godmother, Bruno, the King, and the Grand Duke.
  • Alice in Wonderland: Alice, the White Rabbit, the Doorknob, the Cheshire Cat, Tweedledee and Tweedledum, the Mad Hatter, the March Hare, the Dormouse, the Caterpillar, the Queen of Hearts, the King of Hearts, the Playing Cards, Dim and Dum, the Walrus, the Carpenter, the Oysters, the Dodo, Bill the Lizard, the Hammer Birds, the Pencil Birds, the Momeraths, a Flamingo, a Hedgehog, and the Bread-and-Butterflies.
  • Peter Pan: Peter Pan, Wendy Darling, John Darling, Michael Darling, Captain Hook, Mr. Smee, Tinker Bell, Tick-Tock the Crocodile, Tiger-Lilly, The Indian Chief, the Pirates, and the Lost Boys.
  • Lady and the Tramp: Lady, Tramp, Tony, Joe, Peg, Trusty, Jock, Aunt Sarah, Si, and Am.
  • Sleeping Beauty: Princess Aurora, Prince Phillip, Maleficent, Diablo the Raven, Maleficent's Goons, Flora, Fauna, Merryweather, King Hubert and Stefan, the Squirrels, the Owl and the Birds.
  • 101 Dalmatians: Pongo, Perdita, the Dalmatian Puppies, Cruella De Vil, Roger, Anita, Horace, Jasper, Tibs, Nanny, and the Colonel.
  • The Sword in the Stone: Merlin, Mad Madam Mim, Wart (King Arthur), Sir Ector, The Sculley Maid, Sir Pelinore, Little Girl Squrriel, Granny Squrriel, Archimedes, The Hawk, The Pike, The Hungry Wolf, and Sir Kay.
  • Mary Poppins: The Penguin Waiters and the Fox.
  • The Jungle Book: Baloo, King Louie, Kaa, Shere Khan, the 4 Vultures, Mowgli, Bagheera, The Monkeys, Shanti, Colonel Hathi, Akela, Winifred, and Colonel Hathi's Son.
  • The Love Bug: Herbie.
  • The Aristocats: Thomas O'Malley, Duchess, Edgar Balathazar the Bulter, Amelia Gabble, Uncle Waldo, Napoleon, Lafayette, Scat Cat, Billy Bass the Russian Cat, Shun Gon the Chinese Cat, Hit Cat the English Cat, and Peppo the Italian Cat.
  • Bedknobs and Broomsticks: King Leonidas, the Secretary Bird, and the Rhino Soccer Player.
  • Robin Hood: Robin Hood, Little John, Maid Marian, Lady Kluck, Friar Tuck, Prince John, Sir Hiss, the Sheriff of Notingham, Nutsy, Trigger, Allan-A-Dale, the Rhino Guards, the Captain of the Guard, Toby Turtle, Skippy Bunny, Sis Bunny, Tagalong Bunny, and Mother Rabbit.
  • The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh: Winnie The Pooh, Piglet, Tigger, Rabbit, Kanga, Roo, Eeyore, Christopher Robin, Owl, and Gopher (Winnie the Pooh).
  • The Rescuers: Bernard, Miss Bianca, Orville, Madame Medusa, Mr. Snoops, and Evinrude.
  • Pete's Dragon: Elliott the Dragon
  • The Fox and the Hound: Tod, Copper, Chief, Vixie, and Amos Slade.
  • The Black Cauldron: Taran, Princess Eilonwy, The Horned King, Gurgi, Creeper, the three witches of Morva, and the Cauldron Born.
  • The Great Mouse Detective: Basil of Baker Street, Dr. Dawson, Professor Ratigan, 17 Henchmens, and Fidget.
  • Who Framed Roger Rabbit: Benny the Cab.
  • Oliver & Company: Oliver, Dodger, Tito, Francis, Fagin, Georgette, Jenny, Sykes, Rita, Einstein, and Rescoe and De Soto.
  • The Little Mermaid (film): Ariel, Prince Eric, Flounder, Sebastian, Ursula, King Triton, Max (Prince Eric's dog), Scuttle, and Grimsby.
  • The Rescuers Down Under: Wilbur, Percival McLeach, and Joanna.
  • Beauty and the Beast: Belle, Beast, Le Fou, Lumiere, Cogsworth, Mrs. Potts, Chip, Fifi, the Bimbettes, Moniseur Duke, the Villagers, the Wardrobe, the Dishes, and the Palanquin.
  • Aladdin (1992 film): Aladdin, Princess Jasmine, the Genie, Abu, Rajah, Magic Carpet, Razoul, Jafar, Iago, the Sultan, the Cave of Wonders Tiger Head, and the two Hungry Children.
  • The Lion King (Film): Simba, Mufasa, Sarabi, Rafiki, Nala, Timon and Pumbaa, Shenzi, Banzai and Ed, Zazu, Scar, and the Wildebeasts.
  • Pocahontas: Pocahontas, Meeko, Flit, John Smith, Governor Ratcliffe, Grandmother Willow, Chief Powhatan, Kekata, Wiggins, Thomas, and Nakoma.
  • A Goofy Movie/Goof Troop: Max Goof and Roxanne.
  • Disney's The Hunchback of Notre Dame: Quasimodo, Esmeralda, Judge Claude Frollo, Captain Phoebus, Victor, Hugo, and Laverne.
  • Hercules: Hercules, Megara, Hades, Pain and Panic, Philoctetes, Pegasus, the Muses, Zeus, Hera, Hermes, The Fates, Nessus, the Hydra, and Bacchus.
  • Mulan (Film): Fa Mulan, Mushu, Cri-Kee, Li Shang, Yao,Ling and Chien-Po, Fa Zhou, Fa Li, Grandmother Fa, Shan Yu, and Chi-Fu.
  • Tarzan: Tantor.
  • Fantasia 2000: Yo-yo Flamingo, The Steadfast Tin Soldier, and the Ballerina.
  • The Emperor's New Groove: Kuzco, Pacha, Yzma, Kronk, and Royal Matchmaker.
  • Atlantis: The Lost Empire: Milo Thatch, Princess Kida, Wilhemina Packard, and Commander Rourke.
  • Pepper Ann: Pepper Ann and Lydia Pearson. (The only 1 Saturday Morning characters to appear in the series.)
  • Haunted Mansion: The Hitchhiking Ghosts, the Hatbox Ghost, the Executioner, and Emily the Bleeding Bride.
  • Journey Into Imagination With Figment: Figment.
  • The Walt Disney Company: Roy E. Disney


# Title Original air date
1 "The Stolen Cartoons" January 13, 2001

In an attempt to end the show and shut down the House of Mouse, Pete steals all the cartoons. Meanwhile, Donald is put in charge of the club after Mickey and Goofy leave to film a new cartoon. Pete is eventually found out when he tries to point out the new cartoon is the only one they have, accidentally letting the others fall out of his coat. Trivia: Pepper Ann makes a cameo when Pete is thrown out on the street by Tantor from Disney's Tarzan. Cartoons: Pluto Gets the Paper: Wet Cement (2001), Donald's Dynamite: Magic Act (2000), Hickory Dickory Mickey (2001)

2 "Big Bad Wolf Daddy" January 27, 2001

Donald hires the Big Bad Wolf and the Three little Pigs to perform a show at the club, which Mickey fears since the wolf damaged the club the last time he performed. The Three Pigs Confront the Wolf at the End for blowing everyone away. However the Doors fall onto the pigs, forming a house. This causes the wolf to blow the house, including the club, down. Cartoons: Donald's Charmed Date (2001), Pluto Gets the Paper: Mortimer (2000), How to Be Groovy, Cool, and Fly (2001)

3 "The Three Caballeros" February 3, 2001

The Three Caballeros are scheduled to perform at the club, but no one remembers that Donald was a Caballero. Determined to not be forgotten, he tries to be the most important performer of the group, re-naming himself "The Duck Formerly Known as Donald" (an obvious parody of Prince). Cartoons: Donald's Fish Fry (2000), How to Be Smart (2001)

4 "Goofy's Valentine Date" February 10, 2001

Minnie and Daisy feel sorry for Goofy after finding out that he has no valentine's date, so they set up a blind date  for him. Cartoons: Donald's Valentine Dollar (1999), Mickey to the Rescue: Staircase (1999), Pluto's Arrow Error (1999)

5  "Timon and Pumbaa" February 17, 2001

Timon and Pumbaa are set to perform, but end their friendship after they argue over what they are going to do in their act. Now it's up to Mickey and Donald to bring them back together. Cartoons: Pluto's Magic Paws (2000), Mickey to the Rescue: Cage and Cannons (1999), Golf Nut Donald (2001)

6  "Jiminy Cricket" February 24, 2001

Jiminy Cricket quits his job as Pinocchio's conscience after Pinocchio befriends Pain and Panic and decides to become Mickey's conscience. Mickey quickly realizes that Pinocchio and Jiminy must stay together and has to figure out how to do it. Quasimodo makes a cameo appearance in this episode.  Cartoons: Mickey's Mistake (1999), Daisy's Road Trip (1999)

7 "Unplugged Club" March 3, 2001

Pete attempts to stop the show again by removing the electrical battery and turning off all the club's electricity. Luckily, Mickey and Minnie turns it back on again with Zeus' lightning bolt. Cartoons: Music Store Donald (2001), Mickey's Cabin (2000)

8 "Gone Goofy" March 10, 2001

Donald tries to get Goofy fired from his job as head waiter after the club's budget causes problems.

Trivia: The Horned King makes an appearance in this episode. Cartoons: Pit Crew (2001), Goofy's Extreme Sports: Shark Feeding (2000), Donald's Goofy World (2001)

9 "Rent Day" March 17, 2001

Before the show ends, Mickey needs to pay the rent for Pete after he unwittingly spends the money on cheese. Cartoons: Mickey's Mountain (2000), Maestro Minnie: Circus Symphony (2001), Big House Mickey (2001)

10 "Donald's Lamp Trade" March 24, 2001

Jafar tricks Donald into thinking that Mickey is not his friend so he can steal a lamp for him. Cartoons: Survival of the Woodchucks (2000), Goofy's Radio (2000)

11 "Donald's Pumbaa Prank" March 31, 2001

It's April Fool's Day, and after Mickey plays a friendly prank on Donald, Pete takes advantage of Donald and convinces him to play a nasty prank that could shut down the club for good. Cartoons: Mickey's April Fools (2001), Whitewater Donald (2000)

12 "Thanks to Minnie" April 7, 2001

Minnie feels that she is not appreciated at the House of Mouse after Clarabelle starts a rumor, so she quits her job, making the rest of the staff realize how much she means to them. Cartoons: Minnie Visits Daisy (1999), Mickey's Big Break (2000)

13 "Pluto Saves the Day" April 14, 2001

Pluto has to save the club after Pete gives magical sleeping apples to the staff in another attempt to shut down the club. Cartoons: Goofy's Big Kitty (1999), Pluto's Kittens (1999)

14 "Daisy's Debut" September 22, 2001

Daisy is given a chance to perform a duet with Mickey at the club, which makes Minnie feel left out. Cartoons: Daisy's Big Sale (2001), Topsy Turvy Town (1999)

15 "Goofy for a Day" September 29, 2001

Max thinks that Goofy's job isn't as important as Mickey and Donald's, so Goofy challenges Max to be a waiter. Trivia: This is the Horned King's second appearance. Cartoons: How to Be a Waiter (1999), Maestro Minnie: Hungarian Rhapsody No. 6 (1999), Donald's Dinner Date (1999) Quasimodo makes another appearance in this episode.

16 "Clarabelle's Big Secret" October 6, 2001

When everyone is tired of Clarabelle's old gossip, she announces that at the end of the show, she will reveal a big secret about somebody. Now, everyone in the club is convinced that she knows something hidden about them which they accidentally reveal to her. Cartoons: How to Be a Spy (1999), Double Date Donald (2001)

17 "The Mouse Who Came to Dinner" October 13, 2001

The gang tries to please Mortimer Mouse after they mistake him for a very important restaurant critic when it's really Lumiere. Cartoons: Mickey's Mix-Up (2000), Maestro Minnie: Flight of the Bumble Bee (1999), Donald's Grizzly Guest (1999)

18 "Max's New Car" November 3, 2001

Max wants to get a car, but Goofy feels he is not ready for one yet.

Cartoons: Mickey's New Car (1999), Car Washers (2000),Motor Mania (1950) (clip) Trivia: Herbie the Love Bug makes a cameo in this episode.

19 "Not So Goofy" November 10, 2001

The gang is tired of Goofy's clumsiness and try to teach him to be more graceful, but quickly miss the old Goofy. Trivia: Jose carioca and panchito make an appearance in this episode. Cartoons: Roller Coaster Painters (1999), Goofy's Extreme Sports: Wakeboarding (1999), How to Wash Dishes (2000)

20 "Everybody Loves Mickey" November 17, 2001

Donald is tired of all the love and respect Mickey receives, so he temporarily forms an alliance with Mortimer Mouse. Cartoons: Mickey's Rival Returns (2000), Mickey to the Rescue: Train Tracks (1999), Donald's Failed Fourth (1999)

21 "Max's Embarrassing Date" January 19, 2002

Max has a date with Roxanne (from"A Goofy Movie") at the House of Mouse, but nobody will leave them alone. Cartoons: Pluto's Penthouse Sweet (1999), How to Ride a Bicycle (1999) Quasimodo makes another apeearance in this episode.

22 "Where's Minnie?" January 26, 2002

Minie goes down to the prop basement to find Mickey a birthday present, but after realizing that she didn't take Pluto, Mickey thinks that she's lost and takes Pluto, Goofy and Donald with him to find her. Cartoons: Mickey and the Color Caper (2002), Donald's Pool (2000)

23 "Super Goof" February 2, 2002

After eating some contaminated peanuts, Goofy becomes a superhero named "Super Goof". Now, he must save the club from an oncoming meteor. Cartoons: How to Take Care of Your Yard (2000), Locksmiths (2000)

24 "King Larry Swings In" February 16, 2002

King Louie's brother, King Larry guest stars at the House of Mouse, drops by the club, but ends up making a mess of things. Cartoons: Mickey and the Seal (1948), Goofy's Extreme Sports: Paracycling (1999), How to Be a Gentleman (2000)

25 "Ladies' Night" February 23, 2002

It's Ladies' Night, so Mickey, Donald and Goofy go bowling while they leave Minnie, Daisy and Clarabelle in charge. Mortimer tries to ruin it after the girls kick him out by telling the boys that the club is in trouble. Cartoons: Purple Pluto (1999), Daisy Bothers Minnie (1999), Maestro Minnie: William Tell Overture (1999)

26 "Dennis the Duck" May 18, 2002

It's Black and White Day at the House of Mouse, and the club is packed with old black and white cartoon characters. One of them, Dennis the Duck, tries to win over Donald, who is annoyed by him at first. Cartoons: The Whoopee Party (1932), Pioneer Days (1930) (clip), Mickey and the Goat Man (2002)

27 "Suddenly Hades" September 2, 2002

Pete breaks the club's air-conditioner on a very hot day and the only guest left is Hades. Now, Mickey and the gang must stop Pete from driving Hades away and shutting down the club. Cartoons: Donald's Pool (2000), Donald's Lighthouse (2000)

28 "Pete's One-Man Show" September 2, 2002

Pete agrees to be nice if Mickey lets him perform, but nobody comes to see him. Now, they have to convince Pete that he's performing for a full house in order to keep him from shutting down the club. Cartoons: Pinball Mickey (2002), Von Drake's House of Genius: Time Reverser (1999), Housesitters (2002)

29 "House of Crime" September 2, 2002

First, a string of unexplained thefts occur at the club. Later, the guests start disappearing and leave Mickey as the prime suspect, until the cause of the disappearance was revealed to be the Phantom Blot, who steals the guests, and members of staff. Note: Chief O'Hara makes an appearance as the police officer intending to lock Mickey in prison. Cartoons: Mickey Foils the Phantom Blot (1999), Von Drake's House of Genius: Teledinger (1999)

30 "Mickey and Minnie's Big Vacation" September 2, 2002

Mickey and Minnie try to leave for a vacation and leave Donald and Daisy in charge of the club. Cartoons: Around the World in 80 Days (1999), Donald's Dynamite: Fishing (1999)

31 "Donald and the Aracuan Bird" September 2, 2002

While the Aracuan bird visits the House of Mouse, Donald goes crazy over the bird. Cartoons: Pluto vs. the Watchdog (1999), Bird Brained Donald (2000)

32 "Goofy's Menu Magic" September 2, 2002

Goofy takes over for Gus Goose as the club's head chef for one night but is a total disaster until he uses some of the Fairy Godmother's magic to improve his cooking. Cartoons: Sandwich Makers (1999), Mickey Tries to Cook (1999), Pluto Gets the Paper: Bubble Gum (1999)

33 "Music Day" September 2, 2002

The Quackstreet Boys (alias Huey, Dewey & Louie) have broken up and Mickey, Donald and Goofy have to reunite them in time for the show. Cartoons: Symphony Hour (1942) (clip), Goofy's Extreme Sports: Skating the Half-Pipe (1998), How to Be a Rock Star (2002), Donald's Rocket Ruckus (1999)

34 "House of Scrooge" September 2, 2002
Scrooge McDuck buys the House of Mouse. Realizing that they spend too much money, he increases the prices on everything and slashes all of the club's budgets.

Cartoons: A Midsummer Night's Dream (1999), Von Drake's House of Genius: Money Increaser (1999)

35 "Donald Wants to Fly" September 2, 2002

The theme of the day is flight, but Donald can't fly, even though he wants to. Various characters try to help, Like Timothy Mouse, Notre Dame Gargoyles and Scuttle, but nothing works... until Peter Pan arrives. Cartoons: Mickey's Airplane Kit (1999), Mickey and the Seagull (2000)

36 "Dining Goofy" September 2, 2002

When touchscreen computers and headset-wearing penguins start taking over his duties, Goofy attempts to help the other staff members out.

Cartoons: Answering Service (2000), Von Drake's House of Genius: Remote-Controlled Laser Lawnmower (1999), computer.don (2000) This episode is Herbie's second House of Mouse cameo.Quasimodo makes another appearance.

37 "Chip 'n' Dale" September 2, 2002

Chip and Dale try to steal all the nuts in the club, but when Donald tries to stop them, Mickey thinks that he's the thief, but Donald is not stealing anything, but were Chip and Dale. Nevertheless, Mickey does not believe him. Cartoons: Up a Tree (1955), Goofy's Extreme Sports: Rock Climbing (1999), Two Chips and a Miss (1952)

38 "Humphrey in the House" September 2, 2002

Ranger J. Audubon Woodlore and the Brownstone Park Bears, including Humphrey, are hired as the club's janitors when the Magic Brooms go on vacation. Cartoons: Hot Tub Humphrey (2002), Beezy Bear (1955)

39 "Ask Von Drake" September 2, 2002

Mickey tries to prove Ludwig Von Drake wrong after he states that he knows everything. Cartoons: Hydrosquirter (1999), Relaxing with Von Drake (1999). Quasimodo make another appearance in this episode.

40 "Salute to Sports" September 2, 2002

Donald tries to prove that he is a good sport by not losing his temper. Meanwhile, Goofy tries to sing the National Anthem, but keeps getting it wrong. Cartoons: How to Be a Baseball Fan (2000), Goofy Gymnastics (1949)

41 "Pluto vs. Figaro" September 2, 2002

Minnie thinks that Pluto is overworked and hires Figaro to help him, but he only causes more trouble for Pluto. Cartoons: Pluto Runs Away (1999), Donald and the Big Nut (1999), Pluto Gets the Paper: Street Cleaner (1999)

42 "House of Magic" September 2, 2002

Daisy convinces Mickey to let her perform a magic act in the show, but makes the audience (and later the club) disappear. Cartoons: Presto Pluto (2000), Donald's Dynamite: Bowling (1999), Babysitters (2002)

43 "Mickey vs. Shelby" September 2, 2002

Mrs. Turtle wants her baby son Shelby (who has given Donald plenty of trouble in the past) to perform, and Mickey agrees to babysit him. Cartoons: Donald's Shell Shots (1999), Domesticated Donald (2000)

44 "House of Turkey" September 2, 2002

Everyone looks forward to the Turkey coming to the club on Thanksgiving, but not just for his performance. Cartoons: Turkey Catchers (1999), Mickey's Mixed Nuts (2000)

45 "Clarabelle's Christmas List" November 22, 2002

Clarabelle claims to have Santa's Naughty or Nice list, and adds anyone who tries to sneak a peek at it on the Naughty list. Cartoons: Donald on Ice (1999), Mickey's Christmas Crisis (2000)

46 "Pete's Christmas Caper" November 23, 2002

Pete tries to steal everyone's presents when he volunteers to play Santa at the staff's Christmas party. Cartoons: The Nutcracker (1999), Donald's Dynamite: Snowman (1999)

47 "Snow Day" December 14, 2002

There's a big blizzard outside, which means that the House of Mouse is closed for the day... until Salty the Seal shows up, looking for some entertainment. Cartoons: Pluto's Seal Deal (2000), Mickey's Remedy (1999), Donald's Dynamite: Snowman (1999)

48 "Pete's House of Villains" March 2, 2003

Due to Pete's hatred of the club, Mickey lets him and the villains run the club so they can see how difficult it really is. Cartoons: L'il Bad Wolf (2002), Donald's Dynamite: Opera Box (1999), Organ Donors (1999)

49 "Halloween with Hades" October 3, 2003

Hades falls in love with Maleficent, so Mickey tries to bring them together. Cartoons: How to Camp (2002), Donald's Halloween Scare (2000)

50 "House Ghosts" October 10, 2003

It's Halloween, and Pete unleashes some grim, grinning ghosts onto the club to try and scare everyone away. Cartoons: Hansel and Gretel (1999), Pluto Gets the Paper: Spaceship (1999), Lonesome Ghosts (1937) How to Haunt a House (1999)

51 "House of Genius" October 17, 2003

Ludwig Von Drake replaces the staff with robotic versions of themselves to make the club more efficient, but everyone soon starts to miss the real versions. Cartoons: Future Mania (2002), Mickey's Mechanical House (1999)

52 "Mickey and the Culture Clash" October 24, 2003

== Mickey thinks that Minnie is looking for a more sophisticated boyfriend, and Mortimer offers to "help". At the end of the episode they find out it was Mortimer Mouse looking for a new pal. Cartoons: Mickey's Piano Lesson (1999), Dance of the Goofys (1999), Maestro Minnie: Brahms' Lullabye (1999) ==


1 "Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed in at the House of Mouse" November 6, 2001

The club is snowed in, while the staff tries to get Donald into the Christmas spirit. Cartoons: Donald on Ice (1999), Pluto's Christmas Tree (1952), The Nutcracker (1999), Mickey's Christmas Carol (1983)

2 "Mickey's House of Villains" September 3, 2002

The villains take over the House of Mouse on Halloween. Cartoons: Lonesome Ghosts (1937), Donald Duck and the Gorilla (1944), Trick or Treat (1952), Mickey's Mechanical House (1999), How to Haunt a House (1999), Dance of the Goofys (1999), Donald's Halloween Scare (2000), Hansel and Gretel (1999)

Voice Cast

  • Takashi Aoyagi as Mickey
  • Koichi Yamadera as Donald, Genie, Mushu & The Beast
  • Yu Shimaka as Goofy
  • the late Yuko Mizutani as Minnie
  • Mika Doi as Daisy
  • Romi Park as Clarabelle Cow
  • Chika Sakamoto as Huey, Dewey and Louie
  • Atsushi Ii as Horace
  • Masashi Ebara as Mortimer
  • the late Toru Ohira as Pete
  • the late Wayne Allwine as Mickey Mouse
  • Russi Taylor as Minnie Mouse, Clara Duck, Duchess, Fauna & Miss Bianca
  • Tony Anselmo as Donald Duck, Huey, Dewey and Louie
  • Tress MacNeille as Daisy Duck, Chip 'n' Dale, Flora, Mlle. Upanova, Queen of Hearts & The Fates
  • Bill Farmer as Goofy Goof, Pluto, Horace Horsecollar, Practical Pig & Sheriff of Nottingham
  • Jason Marsden as Max Goof
  • Corey Burton as Ludwig Von Drake, "How To" Narrator, Caterpillar, Chernabog, Chief O'Hara, Grumpy, the Mad Hatter, Playing Cards, Ranger J. Audobon Woodlore, Timothy Mouse, Captain Hook, Tweedledum & Tweedledee, the White Rabbit & Zeus
  • Jim Cummings as Pete, The Big Bad Wolf, Censor Monkeys, Ed the Hyena, Humphrey the Bear & Kaa
  • Maurice LaMarche as Mortimer Mouse, Basil of Baker Street, March Hare & Ratigan
  • Rod Roddy as Mike the Microphone
  • Frank Welker as Gus Goose, Abu, Aracuan Bird, Butch the Bulldog, Cri-Kee, Dodger, Figaro & Pegasus
  • April Winchell as Clarabelle Cow
  • Carlos Alazraqui as Panchito
  • Jason Alexander as Hugo
  • Rene Auberjonois as Chef Louie
  • Kathryn Beaumont as Alice
  • Michael Bell as Pongo
  • Jeff Bennett as Mr. Toad, Reluctant Dragon, Shelby Turtle
  • Jodi Benson as Ariel, Belle
  • Robby Benson as Beast
  • Susanne Blakeslee as Cruella de Vil
  • Cathy Cahn as Fifer Pig
  • Hamilton Camp as Merlin
  • Eddie Carroll as Jiminy Cricket
  • Pat Carroll as Ursula
  • Louise Chamis as Wicked Queen's Witch Form
  • Steve Curtis Chapman as Thomas O'Malley
  • Cam Clarke - Simba
  • Robert Costanzo as Philoctetes
  • Peter Cullen as Eeyore
  • Grey DeLisle as Roxanne
  • Tate Donovan as Hercules
  • Susan Egan as Megara
  • The late John Fiedler as Piglet
  • Charles Fleischer as Benny the Cab
  • Jonathan Freeman as Jafar
  • Matt Frewer as Panic
  • Carolyn Gardner as Snow White
  • Bobcat Goldthwait as Pain
  • Gilbert Gottfried as Lago
  • Michael Gough as Gopher
  • Jennifer Hale as Cinderella, Princess Aurora
  • Jess Harnell as Buzzy, Dizzy, Flaps, Ziggy
  • Estelle Harris as Mrs. Turtle
  • Nikita Hopkins as Roo
  • Eric Idle - Pluto Angel
  • The Late Tony Jay as The Magic Mirror, Shere Khan
  • Penn Jillette - Pluto Devil
  • Bob Joles as Sneezy
  • Rosalyn Landor as Merryweather
  • Linda Larkin as Princess Jasmine
  • J. P. Manoux as Kuzco
  • Ming-Na as Fa Mulan
  • Pat Musick- Fiddler Pig
  • Lois Nettleton as Maleficent
  • Jerry Orbach as Lumiere
  • John O'Hurley as Phantom Blot
  • Rob Paulsen as Jose Carioca
  • Tony Pope as Geppetto
  • Kevin Michael Richardson as Crow, Prince John
  • Kimmy Robertson as Feather Duster
  • Will Ryan as Willie the Giant
  • Ernie Sabella as Pumbaa
  • Kevin Schon as Timon, Happy
  • Paul Shaffer as Hermes
  • Kath Soucie as Perdita, Bimbettes
  • David Ogden Stiers as Cogsworth
  • Andre Stojka as Archimedes, Owl
  • Blayne Weaver as Peter Pan
  • Scott Weinger as Aladdin
  • Michael Welch as Pinocchio
  • Richard White as Gaston
  • James Woods as Hades
  • Samuel E. Wright as Sebastian
  • Alan Young as Scrooge McDuck

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