The Prince And The PauperThe Prince And The Pauper (1990) Theatrical Cartoon
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- Walt Disney Studios
- Buena Vista Pictures
- Theatrical Cartoon
- Cartoon Characters: Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Goofy, The Prince, Clarabelle Cow, Horace Horsecollar, Captain Pete, King, Archbishop, Weasels, Pig, Kids.
- Vocal Talent: Wayne Allwine (Mickey/The Prince), Bill Farmer (Goofy, Horace, Pluto, Weasel), Arthur Burghardt (Captain Pete), Charles Adler (Weasels, Pig, Peasant, Man In Street), Frank Welker (Archbishop, Dying King), Elvia Allman (Clarabelle), Tim Eyster (Kid), Rocky Krakoff (Kid), Roy Dotrice (Narrator), Tony Anselmo (Donald Duck [uncredited]).
- Directed By George Scribner.
Associate Director: Leon Joosen.
- Produced By Dan Rounds.
- Animated By Andreas Deja, Dale L. Baer (Supervising Animators).
Character Animators: Mark Henn, Mark Kausler, Lennie K. Graves, Jay Jackson, Michael Gerard, Michael Polvani, Doug Krohn, Ernesto Lopez, Brigitte Hartley, Tom Sito, Doug Frankel, Tim Allen, Tony Anselmo, Jessie Cosio, Wayne Carlisi, Dan Jeup, Phil Young, Mike Cedeno.
- Written By Gerrit Graham, Samuel Graham, Chris Hubbell.
Inspired by The Prince And The Pauper By: Mark Twain.
- Edited By H. Lee Peterson.
- Camera Operators: Dave Link, Brandy Hill, John Aardal, Ron Jackson, Dan Larsen, Lin-Z Rogers, Steven Wilzbach.
- Story Artists: Vance Gerry, Robert Lence, Roger Allers, Daan Jippes, Burny Mattinson, Kent Holaday, Kirk Wise, Mark Dindal, Gary Trousdale, Kevin Harkey.
- Production Assistant: Dan Lund (uncredited).
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Mickey 'plays both title roles' in this animated retelling of the classic Twain tale. The Mickey's decide to trade spots for the day, while Captain of the Guard Pete is planning to overthrow the dying King and take over the kingdom. Prince- now Pauper- Mickey... (more)