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Who's Who? Wednesday

December 11, 2013

Mortimer Mouse

Mortimer Mouse

Mortimer Mouse is the arch nemesis of Mickey Mouse. He can be found in the films 'Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed in at the House of Mouse' and 'Mickey's Once Upon a Christmas.' He has made appearances in the television shows 'Have a Laugh!,' 'Mickey Mouse Works,' 'Mickey Mouse Clubhouse,' 'Mickey's Magical Christmas,' and 'House of Mouse.' As for video games, he can be seen in the Disney sports series video games (golf, soccer, football, and basketball). He can also be found in other merchandise such as pins, Disney art, toys, clothing, inflations, and books.

He has lived in a few different places over the years such as Mouseton and Mickey's Toontown. His friends include Pete, Phantom Blot, and the rest of the Disney villains. His enemies include Mickey Mouse, Goofy, Clarabelle Cow, Pluto, Donald Duck, and the rest of the good Disney characters. He is in love with Minnie Mouse and tries to do anything to win her love.

Mortimer vinyl

He is very skinny and has a long snout, two buck teeth, 4 whiskers, a large black nose, and large ears. He has worn many outfits over the years, but his most common being brown pants, brown shoes, a orange sweater, and a brown fedora. He is a heart throb version of Mickey Mouse and is everything that Mickey isn't. He is very rude, cruel, and thinks he is better then everyone else.

*FUN FACT* Mortimer Mouse was the name originally given to Mickey Mouse, however Lilly didn't like it so she recommended the name Mickey to Walt, and the rest was history!

He has been voiced by a few different people over the years such as Jeff Bennett, Jim Meskimen, Pinto Colvig, and Maurice LaMarche.

Mortimer pin

Mortimer Mouse can't be found as a meet and greet character. He is a very rare find in Disney Parks around the world. His biggest find can be seen in Disney California Adventure in Mortimer's Market on the new and amazing Buena Vista Street. I would love to see Mortimer used more in the theme parks even in just more references such as paintings or storylines.


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