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The Mickey Mouse cartoon opening card in 1932.
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The Mickey Mouse cartoon opening card used from 1932 to 1933.
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An alternate version of the Mickey Mouse cartoon opening card used in 1933.
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The Mickey Mouse cartoon opening card used from 1933 to 1935.
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The full-color Mickey Mouse cartoon opening card used from 1935 to 1953.
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Mickey's Christmas Carol opening card
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The updated Mickey Mouse cartoon opening card from Mickey Mouse Works.
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Mickey Mouse appeared in 133 short films. Listed here are all of the shorts, movies, specials, package films, mini-movie, shows and video games in which Mickey has appeared.

The Early Years

The Early Years were the years that Mickey was starting out in. During these years, Mickey was much more brash, rude and a bit of a bully. Due to this fact, these cartoons seem colder than any other Mickey cartoon would have. Many of these films just take an idea and a setting, throw a few gags in, and have Mickey come out as the victor (Even rarer and perhaps colder would be when Mickey came out the loser, like in The Barn Dance).

1928

1929

1930

1931

Mickey Becomes a Character

During these years, Mickey becomes a character that you could sympathize for. He had to be. During the time, many mothers were upset at how Mickey's constant rudeness and bullying was starting to rub off on their own children. Walt then turned Mickey into a kinder, hero-type character as opposed to the more anti-hero character he was in the early years. He became an everyman who could do anything (and usually did). He was turned into a character that people could laugh with, and not at.

1932

1933

1934

Mickey in Color

During this time period, Mickey and the gang were introduced to Technicolor, something that Walt had taken a gamble on for the Silly Symphonies in 1932. Walt didn't want to take a gamble on his most famous creation, the Mickey Mouse series. In 1935, however, Walt felt that Mickey was ready for color. The feedback and profits rocketed so Walt never used Black and White again, not even for his television series (which were filmed in color). It was also during this period that Mickey was paired up with Donald Duck and Goofy.

1935

1936

1937

1938

A New Mickey

During this time, Mickey's body structure was changed and was given a new look. His round body was replaced by a pear-shaped looking one and his head was changed so his nose was closer to his body. His ears were turned from round to oval and his eyes became more detailed (the pupils smaller, the eye itself outlined instead of partially open).

1939

1940

1941

Mickey and the War

During this time period, World War Two was taking place and the Disney characters were off to war. All of the main characters were given their own war-related cartoons at least once, except for one: Mickey. While all of the other characters were off to war, Walt refused to draft Mickey. (Goofy also lacks wartime shorts. This must be because he was discharged for being so "goofy".)

1942

1943

Mickey's Postwar Years

After the war was over, Mickey made a comeback. He began to star in his own cartoons again and paired up with Donald and Goofy for the first time in years. (This era also shows a great advance in the animation style. This is probably due to the fact that many of the old animators had died overseas and Disney had to find new ones. These cartoons led the way to the "modernized" style of animation that Disney used in the mid fifties to late sixties.)

In his final theatrical years in the 1950s (1952-1953), Mickey was given eyebrows.

1946

1947

1948

1949

1950

  • Crazy Over Daisy - Donald Duck cartoon (cameo)- Donald waves at Mickey and Minnie while riding by.

1951

1952

1953

Mickey's "Classic" Television Years

1955-1959

The Modern Years

It was by this time, Mickey's rise to fame increased a lot. He had a new voice, played by the late Wayne Allwine. This era also had Mickey's return to theaters after a 30-year long hiatus, had a brief revival of animated shorts on Mickey Mouse Works/Disney's House of Mouse, starred in a few successful video games and even stepped into the world of CGI animation. In recent years, one of his most famous role has been the role as King Mickey from the Kingdom Hearts video game franchise

1977

  • All New Mickey Mouse Club - He appears in the beginning of every episode welcoming the mouseketeers. Mickey's last animated appearance with eyebrows.

1983

1988

1990

1993

1995

  • A Goofy Movie (cameo) - Goofy and Max drive by a hitchhiking Mickey and Donald; Mickey is later seen briefly in the audience of the Powerline concert. A Mickey Mouse phone can be seen in Max's room in the film's opening.
  • Runaway Brain

1997

  • The Making of Mickey and the Beanstalk - segment from "The Making of Fun and Fancy Free"

1998

1999

2000

2001

2002

2004

2006

  • Disney's Mickey Mouse Clubhouse (2006–2013) - Educational TV series starring Mickey and friends for preschoolers in CGI.

2012

2013

Video Games

  • Sorcerer's Apprentice - Atari 2600 (198?)
  • Mickey's Space Adventure - Apple II, Commodore 64, DOS, TRS-80 CoCo (1984)
  • Mickey Mousecapade - NES (1988)
  • Mickey Mouse: The Computer Game - Amiga, Amstrad CPC, Atari ST, Commodore 64, ZX Spectrum
  • Mickey Mouse - Game Boy (1990)
  • Adventures in the Magic Kingdom - NES (1990)
  • Castle of Illusion starring Mickey Mouse - Sega Game Gear, Sega Genesis, Sega Master System (1991)
  • QuackShot starring Donald Duck (blimp cameo) - Sega Genesis (1991)
  • Fantasia - Sega Genesis (1991)
  • Mickey's Crossword Puzzle Maker - Apple II, DOS
  • Land of Illusion starring Mickey Mouse - Sega Game Gear, Sega Master System (1991)
  • The Magical Quest starring Mickey Mouse - Super NES (1992); Game Boy Advance (2002)
  • World of Illusion starring Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck - Sega Genesis (1993)
  • Legend of Illusion starring Mickey Mouse - Sega Game Gear, Sega Master System (1993)
  • The Great Circus Mystery starring Mickey and Minnie Mouse - Sega Genesis, Super NES (1994); Game Boy Advance (2003)
  • Mickey's Ultimate Challenge - Game Boy, Sega Game Gear, Sega Genesis, Sega Master System, Super NES (1994)
  • Mickey Mania - Sega Genesis, Super NES, Sega CD, Sony PlayStation (1994)
  • Disney's Magical Quest 3 starring Mickey and Donald - Super NES Japan-only (1995); Game Boy Advance (2004)
  • The Disney Collection - Sega Genesis
  • Mickey's Racing Adventure - Game Boy Color (1999)
  • Magical Tetris Challenge - Game Boy Color, Nintendo 64, Sony PlayStation (1999)
  • Disney's Mickey Mouse Toddler - Apple Macintosh, Microsoft Windows (2000)
  • Mickey's Speedway USA - Nintendo 64 (2000); Game Boy Color (1999)
  • Dance Dance Revolution: Disney Dancing Museum - Nintendo 64 Japan-only (2000)
  • Dance Dance Revolution: Disney Mix - Sony PlayStation (2000)
  • Disney's Mickey Saves the Day: 3D Adventure - Microsoft Windows (2000)
  • Disney's Magical Mirror Starring Mickey Mouse - Nintendo Gamecube (2002)
  • Kingdom Hearts - Sony PlayStation 2 (2002)
  • Disney Sports Skateboarding - Nintendo Gamecube (2002)
  • Disney Learning Adventure: Search for the Secret Keys - Apple Macintosh, Microsoft Windows (200?)
  • Disney's Party - Game Boy Advance, Nintendo Gamecube (2003)
  • Disney Sports Snowboarding - Game Boy Advance (2003)
  • Disney's Hide and Sneak - Nintendo Gamecube (2003)
  • Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories - Game Boy Advance (2004)
  • Disney: 3 Spellen - Microsoft Windows (2005)
  • Kingdom Hearts II - Sony PlayStation 2 (2005)
  • Kingdom Hearts II: Final Mix+ - Sony PlayStation 2 Japan-only (2007)
  • Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories - Sony PlayStation 2 Japan (2007; bundled with Kingdom Hearts II: Final Mix+); America (2008; separately)
  • Kingdom Hearts coded - mobile phone (2008; Japan)
  • Dance Dance Revolution: Disney Grooves - Nintendo Wii (2009)
  • Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days - Nintendo DS (2009)
  • Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep - Sony PSP (2010) Due to Wayne Allwine's passing, Bret Iwan replaces Allwine as King Mickey.
  • Kingdom Hearts Re:coded - Nintendo DS (2010)
  • Epic Mickey - Nintendo Wii (2010)
  • Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep Final Mix - Sony PSP Japan-only (2011)
  • Disney Universe - Sony PS3, XBox 360, Wii (2011)
  • Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance - Nintendo 3DS (2012)
  • Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two - XBox 360, Sony PS3, Wii, PC (2012)
  • Epic Mickey: Power of Illusion - Nintendo 3DS (2012)
  • Castle of Illusion starring Mickey Mouse: Remastered - PlayStation Network, XBox Live, Wii U, PC (2013)
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