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  • Traditional Animation
  • Walt Disney Studios
  • Voiced By: Walt Disney (1928-1947), Jim Macdonald (1947-1960's), Les Perkins (1980's), Wayne Allwine (Late 1980's-2009), Bret Iwan (2009-).
  • First Directed By Walt Disney.
  • First Appeared on November 18, 1928.
  • Black & White, Color
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

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Mickey Mouse made his screen debut on November 18, 1928, as star of the first synchronized sound cartoon, Steamboat Willie, at the Colony Theatre in New York. Walt...  (more)

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Mickey Mouse Modern Model of Mickey Mouse



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Mickey The Star

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Mickey traliblazed in the 1920s/30s, settled into veteran-star status in the 40s, and turned into a corporate/national icon from then until now.

Mickey in the comics, often overlooked, defines The Mouse as much more 3D due to...  (read more)
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Mickey Mouse

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MICKEY MOUSE IS ARGUABLY THE MOST FAMOUS CHARACTER of the Disney Characters. He's perhaps best known as their main icon. He made his debut in the first synchronized sound cartoon, "Steamboat Willie," at the Colony Theatre in New York City, New...  (read more)
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Mickey Mouse

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Mickey Mouse is extreeeemely over-rated. Sure, I admire him for helping raise the level of animation from the "rubber-hose" technique of the '20's to the somewhat more sophisticated style of the '30's. But, really, as a...  (read more)
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