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Bronco Busted

Released on June 9, 2015

When their car breaks down, Mickey, Donald and Goofy try bronco busting to earn money to fix the car.  Directed by Dave Wasson. Written by Darrick Bachman,  Dave Wasson  and Paul Rudish.  Mickey voiced by  Chris Diamantopoulos.

A Flower for Minnie

Released on May 29, 2015

Mickey hunts for the perfect flower for Minnie.  Directed by Dave Wasson. Written by Mark Ackland, Darrick Bachman, Ricardo Duarante, Andy Suriano, Dave Wasson  and Paul Rudish.  Mickey voiced by  Chris Diamantopoulos.

Bottle Shocked

Released on April 24, 2015

During the Grand Prix races, Mickey goes on a hunt for Sparkling lemonade for Minnie.  Directed by Heiko Drengenberg. Written by Darrick Bachman, Heiko Drengenberg and Paul Rudish.  Mickey voiced by  Chris Diamantopoulos.

Al Rojo Vivo

Released on March 27, 2015

During the running of the bulls in Pamplona, Spain, Pegleg Pete flirts with Minnie and Mickey sees red.  Directed by Dave Wasson. Written by Mark Ackland, Darrick Bachman, Ricardo Duarante, Dave Wesson and Paul Rudish.  Mickey voiced by  Chris Diamantopoulos.

Workin' Stiff

Released on February 20, 2015

Mickey and Donald help a sleeping Goofy through a job interview.  Directed by Eddie Trigueros. Written by Darrick Bachman, Clay Morrow, Cindy Morrow, Eddie Trigueros and Paul Rudish.  Mickey voiced by  Chris Diamantopoulos.

Doggone Biscuits

Released on January 16, 2015

Minnie is spoiling Pluto and he starts to gain weight.  Directed by Eddie Trigueros. Written by Darrick Bachman, Clay Morrow, Eddie Trigueros and Paul Rudish.  Mickey voiced by  Chris Diamantopoulos.

Goofy's First Love

Released on January 9, 2015

Mickey and Donald help Goofy woo a new girlfriend. This cartoon marks the first appearance of Uncle Scrooge voiced by the original voice, Alan Young.  Directed by Clay Morrow. Written by Darrick Bachman, Clay Morrow, Aaron Springer and Paul Rudish.  Mickey voiced by  Chris Diamantopoulos and guest voice, Alan Young.

Clogged

Released on December 12, 2014

Minnie tries fixing a windmill to help save her flowers.  Directed by Paul Rudish. Written by Darrick Bachman, Chris Houghton and Paul Rudish.  Mickey voiced by  Chris Diamantopoulos.

Mickey Monkey

Released on November 18, 2014

Mickey tries to stop a monkey after he steals his clothes and identity.  Directed by Aaron Springer. Written by Darrick Bachman, Clay Morrow, Aaron Springer and Paul Rudish.  Mickey voiced by  Chris Diamantopoulos.

Space Walkies

Released on November 7, 2014

Astronauts Mickey and Pluto take a space walk. This marks the first appearance of Chip and Dale in this series.  Directed by Paul Rudish. Written by Darrick Bachman, Riccardo Durante, Richard Pursel, Alonso Ramirez Ramos and Paul Rudish.  Mickey voiced by  Chris Diamantopoulos.

The Boiler Room

Released on October 2, 2014

Mickey fights "the monster" in his apartment building, but it turns out to be the broken boiler.  Directed by Paul Rudish. Written by Darrick Bachman, Matt Chapman, Heiko Drengenberg, Clay Morrow and Paul Rudish.  Mickey voiced by  Chris Diamantopoulos.

1944 to 1945 ~ No Mickey Mouse cartoons or feature length movies are produced during this time,

due to the World War II.

Pluto and the Armadillo
Released on Friday, February 19, 1943
Mickey and Pluto chase an armadillo while traveling to Rio De Janeiro, Brazil. This is a Pluto Cartoon with Mickey in a cameo. This is the last time Mickey appears in red shorts until 1995's Runaway Brain. Directed by Clyde Geronimi and voiced by Walt Disney.

All Together
Unknown, 1942
This film created by Disney for the Canadian Film Board is in support of the war efforts in Canada by selling savings certificates. Mickey and the gang march in a parade advertising savings certificates. It is very much the Standard Oil cartoon created several years before. This cartoon is made for National Film Board of Canada Savings Committee. Director and voices unknown.

Symphony Hour
Released on Friday, March 20, 1942
Millionaire Pete sponsors a symphony orchestra on his radio show that is lead my Mickey. They play the "light Cavalry Orchestra".  Goofy causes problems when he drops all the instruments down the elevator shaft. Mickey is referred to as Michel Mouse in this cartoon to add a hint of culture. Directed by Riley Thomson and voiced by Walt Disney.

Mickey's Birthday Party
Released on Saturday, February 7, 1942
Minnie hosts a surprise party for Mickey's birthday and invites the whole gang. Goofy tries to make a cake and everyone surprises Mickey with a new electric organ. Directed by Riley Thomson and voiced by Walt Disney.

Lend a Paw
Released on Friday, October 3, 1941
Pluto saves a kitten from drowning, but becomes jealous when Mickey spends more time with the kitten than him. This is a Pluto Cartoon with Mickey in a cameo. It won for an Academy Award for Best Short Animation and is a remake of the 1933 cartoon, Mickey's Pal Pluto. Directed by Clyde Geronimi and voiced by Walt Disney.

Orphan's Benefit
Released on Tuesday, August 12, 1941
Mickey and the gang put on a benefit show to raise money for unruly orphans. This is a remake of the black and white version.

The Nifty Nineties
Released on Friday, June 20, 1941
Recreating the Gay 90's, Mickey and Minnie go to a vaudeville show and driving across the countryside. Animators, Fred Moore and Ward Kimball guest appear in this cartoon. Directed by Riley Thomson and voiced by Walt Disney.

Canine Caddy
Released on Friday, May 30, 1941
Mickey takes Pluto golfing and has him serve as the caddy. He is useful for pointing out where the ball landed until he gets distracted. This is a Pluto cartoon in which Mickey co-stars. Directed by Clyde Geronimi and voiced by Walt Disney.

A Gentleman's Gentleman
Released on Friday, March 28, 1941
Mickey gets Pluto to act as his personal valet. This is a Pluto Cartoon in which Mickey co-stars. Directed by Clyde Geronimi and voiced by Walt Disney.

The Little Whirlwind
Released on Friday, February 14, 1941
Mickey agrees to rake leaves for Minnie while she bakes him a cake, but a whirlwind interferes. Directed by Riley Thomson and voiced by Walt Disney.

Mickey Plays Papa
Released on Saturday, September 29, 1934
Mickey babysits little Elmer and he and Pluto work hard to entertain him. Directed by Burt Gillett and voiced by Walt Disney.

Orphan’s Benefit
Released on Saturday, August 11, 1934
Mickey puts on a benefit show for a group of overactive orphans. The first appearance of Mickey and Donald Duck together. Directed by Burt Gillette and voiced by Walt Disney.

Mickey's Steam Roller
Released on Saturday, June 16, 1934
Mickey’s works on a steam roller and Minnie's nephews cause trouble. Directed by David Hand and voiced by Walt Disney.

Gulliver Mickey
Released on Saturday, May 19, 1934
Mickey travels to a land of small people after reading Gulliver's Travels. Directed by Burt Gillett and voiced by Walt Disney.

Playful Pluto
Released on Saturday, March 3, 1934
Pluto attacks Mickey with the garden hose and breaks it. Directed by Burt Gillett and voiced by Walt Disney.

Camping Out
Released on Saturday, February 17, 1934
Mickey and Minnie go camping and run into mosquitoes. Directed by David Hand and voiced by Walt Disney.

Shanghaied
Released on Saturday, January 13, 1934
Mickey and Minnie are kidnapped by Pete. Directed by Burt Gillett and voiced by Walt Disney.

The Pet Store
Released on Saturday, October 28, 1933
Mickey gets a job at a pet store and Minnie pays a visit. Directed by Wilfred Jackson and voiced by Walt Disney.

Giantland
Released on Saturday, November 25, 1933
Mickey tells the story of Jack and the Beanstalk to some mice and imagines himself in the story. Directed by Burt Gillett and voiced by Walt Disney.

Jungle Rhythm
Released on Friday, November 15, 1929
Mickey goes hunting deep in the jungle and uses music to sooth the savage beasts. Directed and voiced by Walt Disney.

The Jazz Fool
Released on Friday, July 5, 1929
Mickey tours with his big road show and chaos reigns. Directed and voiced by Walt Disney.

The Plow Boy
Released on Friday, June 28, 1929
Minnie spurns Mickey's flirtations and embarrasses him in front of others. Directed and voiced by Walt Disney, it features the debut of Horace Horsecollar is in this cartoon.

Mickey's Follies
Released on Wednesday, June 26, 1929
Mickey and all his farm friends put on a show. Directed by Wilfred Jackson and voiced by Walt Disney. This cartoon features the introduction of Mickey's theme song "Minnie's Yoo Hoo."

Mickey's Choo-Choo
Released on Thursday, June 20, 1929
Mickey runs a local railroad that causes trouble with Minnie aboard. Directed and voiced by Walt Disney.

The Karnival Kid
Released on Thursday, May 23, 1929
Mickey as a hot dog salesman and Minnie as a side show dancer, both working at the carnival. Produced by Walt Disney, Mickey speaks for the first time and is voiced by Walt Disney himself.

The Barnyard Battle
Released on Thursday, April 25, 1929
World War I themed, Mickey's farm is raided by Pete and his army. Directed by Walt Disney.

When the Cat's Away
Released on Thursday, April 11, 1929
Mickey and Minnie as regular mice storm the local pantry while Tom Cat is away. Directed by Walt Disney, this is a remake of "Alice Rattled by Rats", an Alice Comedy. It is a silent cartoon.

The Opry House
Released on Wednesday, March 20, 1929
Mickey operates and stars in his own theater. Directed by Walt Disney, this is the first cartoon where Mickey wears gloves.

Plane Crazy
Released on Sunday, March 17, 1929
Trying to be like his hero Charles Lindberg, Mickey builds a plane to impress Minnie. Directed and voiced by Walt Disney, this was the first cartoon to be animated, but it was held back to release Steamboat Willie first as a "talkie".  It's silent version was released on May 15, 1928.

The Barn Dance
Released on Thursday, March 14, 1929
Mickey's takes Minnie to a barn dance, but Pete causes trouble. Directed and voiced by Walt Disney.

Steamboat Willie
Released on Sunday, November 18, 1928
Mickey plays a riverboat crew member transporting livestock down the river who works under the tyrannical rule of Captain Pete. Directed and voiced by Walt Disney, this cartoon was a parody of Buster Keaton's silent film, Steamboat Bill, Jr. and Walt's first "talkie" to be released.

The Gallopin' Gaucho
Released on Sunday, December 30, 1928
Mickey is a gaucho [cowboy] in Argentina and fights Pete for the hand of Minnie, the saloon dancer. Directed  by Walt Disney, this cartoon is a parody of Douglas Fairbanks' film, The Gaucho from 1927.

Get A Horse! 
Released onTuesday, June 11, 2013

While on a hayride, Mickey, Minnie, Horace Horsecollar and Clara Bell Cow are heckled and driven off the road by Pete and a chase begins. A hand-drawn black and white and computer animated musical Mickey Mouse cartoon. It features actual archival voice recordings by Walt Disney as Mickey Mouse. It was directed by Lauren MacMulllen.

Mr. Mouse Takes A Trip
Released on Friday, November 1, 1940
Mickey and Pluto go for a train ride even though the rules state no dogs. Pete chases Pluto, but they continue to escape. Directed by Clyde Geronimi and voiced by Walt Disney.

Boat Builders
Released on Friday, February 25, 1938
Mickey, Donald and Goofy build a boat from a do it yourself kit. Directed by Ben Sharpsteen and voiced by Walt Disney.

The Klondike Kid

Released on Saturday, November 12, 1932
Mickey’s works in a saloon in the Klondike where he finds Minnie outside freezing. Directed by Wilfred Jackson and voiced by Walt Disney.

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The Moose Hunt
Released on Sunday, May 3, 1931
Mickey and Pluto go hunting and chase a real moose.The first appearance of Pluto as Mickey's personal dog. Directed by Burt Gillett Voiced by Walt Disney.

The Barnyard Concert 
Released on Thursday, April 10, 1930
Mickey attempts to direct a barnyard orchestra playing "Poet and Peasant". Directed and voiced by Walt Disney, this is the first cartoon released by Columbia Pictures.

Mickey Mouse cartoons were produced on a regular basis by the Walt Disney Studios from 1928 until 1953. Every Mickey Mouse cartoon was originally made for the theater release.
The cartoons were  distributed through CELEBRITY PRODUCTIONS [from 1928 to 1929],  COLUMBIA PICTURES [from 1930 to 1932], UNITED ARTISTS [from 1932 to 1937] 
and R.K.O. RADIO PICTURES [from 1937 to 1953]. Eventually , they were distributed by Buena Vista Pictures and Walt Disney Pictures.

Since that time, there have been a few Mickey Mouse cartoons here and there, but nothing on a regular basis except for television computer drawn animations for the Disney Channel. Other TV shows that included Mickey Mouse in an animated form were The Original Mickey Mouse Club [1955-1959], The Mouse Factory [1971-1793], Good Morning Mickey [1983-1992], The New Mickey Mouse Club [1989 to 1996], Mickey Mouse Tracks [1992-1999], Mickey Mouse & Friends [1994-1997], Mickey Mouse Works [1999-2000], INK and Paint Club [1997-1998], Disney's House of Mouse [2001-2002], and Mickey Mouse Clubhouse [2006-the present].

The original voice of Mickey Mouse was Walt Disney himself, but by 1946, he was too busy and passed the task until studio musician, Jimmy MacDonald until the 1970's. Walt did however, record the introduction of the Mickey Mouse Club in the 50's. Less Perkins briefly did the voice for two specials. The voice job was given to Wayne Alwine in 1983 with the production of Mickey's Christmas Carol. Wayne was married to the voice of Minnie Mouse, Russi Taylor. Wayne Alwine passed away on May 18, 2009 and Bret Iwan took over as the main voice for Mickey Mouse, except for the 2013 animated Mickey Mouse Club series on the Disney Channel which is voiced by Chris Diamantopulos.


The films below are listed in order by year.

The Filmography of Mickey Mouse

Mumbai Madness

Released on September 26, 2014

Mickey gets lost taking an elephant to Mumbai via the mountains.  Directed by Paul Rudish. Written by Darrick Bachman, Alonso Ramirez Ramos and Paul Rudish.  Mickey voiced by  Chris Diamantopoulos.

Captain Donald

Released on August 8, 2014

Mickey, Minnie and Daisy go sailing with "Captain" Donald, but they soon find that Donald doesn't know how to sail.  Directed by Paul Rudish. Written by Mark Ackland, Darrick Bachman, Cindy Morrow, Clay Morrow and Paul Rudish.  Mickey voiced by  Chris Diamantopoulos.

Goofy's Grandma

Released on July 11, 2014

Mickey agrees to let Goofy's grandmother stay at his house, but he discovers that she's a little bit too much like Goofy.  Directed by Aaron Springer. Written by Darrick Bachman, Clay Morrow, Aaron Springer and Paul Rudish.  Mickey voiced by  Chris Diamantopoulos.

Down The Hatch

Released on June 20, 2014

Mickey and Goofy use Prof. Ludwig Von Drake's shrink ray to cause havoc in Donald's body.  Directed by Paul Rudish. Written by Darrick Bachman, Heliko Drengerberg, Clay Morrow, Richard Pursel and Paul Rudish.  Mickey voiced by  Chris Diamantopoulos and guest, Corey Burton.

O Futebol Classico

Released on June 6, 2014

Mickey attends the Futebol World Cup in Brazil, but will he ever be able to see the game?  Directed by Paul Rudish. Written by Darrick Bachman, Derek Dressler, Clay Morrow, Alonso Ramirez Ramos and Paul Rudish.  Mickey voiced by  Chris Diamantopoulos and guest, Mark La Roya.

Eau de Minnie

Released on May 23, 2014

Minnie develops a new fragrance called Entrancement.  Directed by Paul Rudish. Written by Darrick Bachman, Aliki T. Grafft, Clay Morrow and Paul Rudish.  Mickey voiced by  Chris Diamantopoulos and guest, Paul Rudish, Fred Tatasciore and Aliki T. Grafft.

Fire Escape

Released on April 25, 2014

Mickey attempts to rescue Minnie from a burning building.  Directed by Paul Rudish. Written by Darrick Bachman, Cindy Morrow, Clay Morrow, Paul Rudish and Alonso Ramirez Ramos.  Mickey voiced by  Chris Diamantopoulos and guest, Paul Rudish.

Cable Car Chaos

Released on April 11, 2014

Mickey and Minnie must stop a runaway San Francisco cable car.  Directed by Aaron Springer. Written by Darrick Bachman, Clay Morrow, Paul Rudish and Aaron Springer.  Mickey voiced by  Chris Diamantopoulos and guest, Aaron Springer.

SEASON TWO

The Adorable Couple

Released on March 7, 2014

Mickey and Minnie are on a date with Donald and Daisy and the ducks just aren't happy.  Directed by William Reiss. Written by Darrick Bachman, Clay Morrow, Paul Rudish and William Reiss.  Mickey voiced by  Chris Diamantopoulos.

Third Wheel

Released on February 14, 2014

Mickey and Minnie are on a date when Goofy interferes. Directed by Clay Morrow. Written by Derek Dressler, Clay Morrow, Paul Rudish and Aaron Springer.  Mickey voiced by  Chris Diamantopoulos and guest, Paul Rudish.

SEASON ONE

Tapped Out

Released on January 10, 2014

Goofy volunteers Mickey to wrestle with Pete. Directed by Clay Morrow. Written by Darrick Bachman, Clay Morrow, Paul Rudish and Aaron Springer.  Mickey voiced by  Chris Diamantopoulos and guest, Rob Paulsen.

Flipperboobootosis

Released on January 3, 2014

Mickey and Goofy try to help Donald cure his serious foot ailment. Directed by Paul Rudish. Written by Darrick Bachman, Clay Morrow, Paul Rudish and David Gemmill.  Mickey voiced by  Chris Diamantopoulos and guests, Kevin Michael Richardson and Becki Newton.

Sleepwalkin'

Released on December 6, 2013

Goofy sleeps walks and Mickey agrees to help him. Directed by Paul Rudish. Written by Heiko Drengenberg, Derek Dressler, Clay Morrow, Paul Rudish and Aaron Springer.  Mickey voiced by  Chris Diamantopoulos. 

Potatoland

Released on November 18, 2013

Mickey and Donald take Goofy to his favorite theme park. When it turns out there is no theme park, the pair decide to create a theme park entirely of potatoes and gravy. Directed by Aaron Springer. Written by Aaron Springer.  Mickey voiced by  Chris Diamantopoulos. This is the first extended running time cartoon in the series at 7 minutes.

Plutopia
Released on Friday, May 18, 1951
Mickey is staying at Camp Utopia and after a less than happy experience for Pluto, he dreams of being in a real dog utopia called PLUTOPIA. This is a Pluto cartoon where Mickey makes a cameo appearance. Directed by Charles Nichols and voiced by Jimmy MacDonald.

1949 to 1950 ~ No Mickey Mouse cartoons or feature length movies are produced. 

Mickey and the Seal
Released on Friday, December 3, 1948
A baby seal follows Mickey home from the zoo and Pluto gets jealous. This cartoon was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Animated short. Directed by Charles Nichols and voiced by Jimmy MacDonald
.

Pluto's Purchase
Released on Friday, July 9, 1948
Mickey sends Pluto to the butcher for a sausage which fellow dog, Butch sees and intends to steal. After protecting the sausage to get it back to Mickey safely. Pluto learns that the sausage is a birthday gift for Butch. This is a Pluto Cartoon where Mickey makes a cameo appearance. Directed by Charles Nichols and Voiced by Jimmy MacDonald.

Mickey Down Under
Released on Friday, March 19, 1948
Mickey and Pluto travel to Australia where the harvest bananas using a bomerang and deal with an angry emu. Jimmy MacDonald voices Mickey Mouse for the first time. Directed by Charles Nichols.

Mickey's Delayed Date
Released on Friday, October 3, 1947
Mickey oversleeps and misses his date with Minnie. In an effort to recover Minnie's good graces he picks up theater tickets which he promptly loses and Pluto saves the day. Directed by Charles Nichols and voiced by Walt Disney.

Fun and Fancy Free
Released on Monday, September 22, 1947
Mickey as a poor resident of Happy Valley is given the task of rescuing the Golden Harp with the Giant by climbing a beanstalk he grew from magic beans. A full length feature film hosted by Jiminy Cricket and featuring two stories; "Bongo the Bear" and "Mickey and the Beanstalk". Walt Disney retires from doing Mickey's voice after this production. Directed by Jack Kinney and Hamilton Luske and voiced by Walt Disney.

Squatter's Rights
Released on Friday, June 7, 1946
When Mickey and Pluto return to their hunting shack from a long days hunting, they are discover Chip and Dale living in their stove. This cartoon was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Animated short. Directed by Jack Hannah and voiced by Walt Disney.

The Worm Turns
Released on Saturday, January 2, 1937
Mickey plays a chemist who recreates an ancient formula to help give courage to worms and Pluto gets involved. Directed by Ben Sharpsteen and voiced by Walt Disney.

Mickey's Elephant
Released on Saturday, October 10, 1936
Mickey builds a new house for his pet elephant, Bobo and Pluto gets jealous. Directed by David Hand and voiced by Walt Disney.

Mickey's Circus
Released on Saturday, August 1, 1936
Ring Master Mickey and Donald Duck perform at a circus with trained seals. Directed by Ben Sharpsteen and voiced by Walt Disney.

Alpine Climbers
Released on Saturday, July 25, 1936
Mickey, Donald and Pluto go mountain climbing in the Swiss Alps. Directed by David Hand and voiced by Walt Disney.

Moving Day
Released on Saturday, June 20, 1936
Behind in their rent, Mickey and Donald face eviction from Sheriff Pete. Directed by Ben Sharpsteen and voiced by Walt Disney.

Thru the Mirror
Released on Thursday, April 30, 1936
Mickey dreams that he is following in Alice's footsteps as he goes thru the looking glass. Directed by David Hand and voiced by Walt Disney.

Mickey's Grand Opera
Released by Saturday, March 7, 1936
A magician's hat causes trouble backstage at the Opera and Mickey tries to control Pluto. Directed by Wilfred Jackson and voiced by Walt Disney.

Orphan's Picnic
Released on Saturday, February 15, 1936
Mickey and Donald take the orphans to the park and have trouble handling the kids. Directed by Ben Sharpsteen and voiced by Walt Disney.

Mickey's Polo Team
Released by Saturday, January 4, 1936
Mickey leads his Polo team, the Mickey Mousers against a Hollywood star team that includes the Marx Brothers, Laurel and Hardy, Charlie Chaplin Shirley Temple and many others. This cartoon plays on Main Street Disneyland at the Main Street Cinema. Directed by David Hand and voiced by Walt Disney.

Puppy Love
Released on Saturday, September 2, 1933
Mickey and Pluto visits their girlfriends, Minnie and Fifi. Directed by Wilfred Jackson and voiced by Walt Disney.

Mickey's Gala Premiere
Released on Saturday, July 1, 1933
Mickey and Minnie attend a Gala Premiere at Gruman's Chinese Theater. Directed by Burt Gillett and voiced by Walt Disney.

Mickey's Mechanical Man
Released on Saturday, June 17, 1933
Mickey builds a mechanical man to box a trained gorilla. Directed by Burt Gillett and voiced by Walt Disney.

The Mail Pilot
Released on Saturday, May 13, 1933
Mickey starts a mail service via plane and helps stop Pete the mail thief. Based on a comic book by Floyd Gottfreson. Directed by David Hand and voiced by Walt Disney.

Trader Mickey
Released on Saturday, August 20, 1932
Mickey and Pluto explore a jungle river in Africa and meet up with cannibals. Directed by David Hand and voiced by Walt Disney.

Mickey's Nightmare
Released on Saturday, August 13, 1932
Mickey dreams that he and Minnie are married and it becomes a nightmare. He vows never to marry again. First cartoon released by United Artists and contains a new opening credit logo for Mickey with starburst. Directed by Burt Gillett and voiced by Walt Disney.

Mickey in Arabia
Released on Monday, July 18, 1932
Mickey and Minnie are tourists in the Middle East. Last film released by Columbia Pictures. Directed by Wilfred Jackson and voiced by Walt Disney.

Musical Farmer
Released on Thursday, June 9, 1932
Farmer Mickey plants seeds and scares Minnie as she milks cows. Directed by Wilfred Jackson and voiced by Walt Disney.

Mickey's Revue
Released on Wednesday, May 25, 1932
Mickey and the gang perform a musical revue in an informal concert hall. Directed by Wilfred Jackson and voiced by Walt Disney.

Barnyard Olympics
Released by Friday, April 15, 1932 
Mickey and the gang participate in their own Olympic while Pete tries to sabotage the games. This cartoon released to coincide with the 1932 Summer Olympic Games in Los Angeles. Directed by Wilfred Jackson and voiced by Walt Disney.

The Duck Hunt
Released on Thursday, January 28, 1932
Mickey and Pluto hunt for ducks and Mickey shoots a hole in the boat. Directed by Burt Gillett and voiced by Walt Disney.

The Grocery Boy
Released by Thursday, February 11, 1932
Mickey and Pluto go grocery shopping for Minnie and help her cook. Directed by Wilfred Jackson and voiced by Walt Disney.

Pioneer Days
Released on Friday, December 5, 1930
Old West setting features Mickey and Minnie as settlers in a covered wagon going west. Directed by Burt Gillett  and voiced by Walt Disney.

The Picnic
Released on Thursday, October 23, 1930
Mickey and Minnie go on a picnic in "The Good Old Summertime" and bad weather follows.Pluto stars as Rover. Directed by Burt Gillett. Voiced by Walt Disney.

The Gorilla Mystery
Released on Friday, October 10, 1930
Mickey saves Minnie from an escaped gorilla. Same plot inspiration is used for Donald Duck and the Gorilla . Directed by Burt Gillett.  Voiced by Walt Disney.

The Chain Gang
Released on Friday, September 5, 1930
Prisoner Mickey leads fellow prisoners on a musical escape. This cartoon featured a rough version of the eventual character, Pluto. Directed by Burt Gillett. Voiced by Walt Disney.

The Shindig
Released on Tuesday, July 29, 1930
All the barnyard animals attend  a barn dance with Mickey and Minnie entertaining. Directed by Burt Gillett. Voiced by Walt Disney.

The Fire Fighters 
Released on Wednesday, June 25, 1930
Fire Chief Mickey fights an apartment fire and tries to save Minnie. Directed by Burt Gillett and voiced by Walt Disney.

The Cactus Kid
Released on Thursday, May 15, 1930
Mickey and Minnie in Mexico where Minnie serves Mickey and Pete fights for Minnie's attentions. Directed and voiced by Walt Disney. The first appearance of Horace Horsecollar without his harness. Marcellite Garner voices Minnie for the 1st time.

Wild Waves 
Released on Friday, April 25, 1930
Lifeguard Mickey saves a drowning Minnie. It was later edited into Arctic Antics. Directed by Burt Gillett. Voiced by Walt Disney.

Mickey's Rival
Released on Saturday, June 20, 1936
Minnie's former boyfriend, Mortimer shows up at a picnic Mickey takes her to and the competition starts. Directed by Wilfred Jackson and voiced by Walt Disney.

Mickey's Man Friday
Released on Saturday, January 19, 1935
Mickey is shipwrecked on an island with cannibals. Directed by David Hand and voiced by Walt Disney.

The Steeple Chase
Released on Saturday, September 30, 1933
Mickey is a jockey in a race and his horse, Tanglefoot discovers moonshine. Directed by Burt Gillett and voiced by Walt Disney.

The Mad Dog
Released on Saturday, March 5, 1932
Mickey gives Pluto a bath and Pluto shallows the soap. Directed by Burt Gillett and voiced by Walt Disney.

O Sole Minnie

Released on October 18, 2013

Mickey is an Italian gondolier hoping to impress Minnie, the waitress. Directed by Paul Rudish. Written by Derek Dressler, Clay Morrow, Alonso Ramirez Ramos, Paul Rudish and Aaron Springer.  Mickey voiced by  Chris Diamantopoulos and special guests Paul Rudish and Roberta Sparta.

Dog Show

Released on October 11, 2013

When Pluto is injured before the big Dog Show, Goofy must stand in for the injured pet. Directed by Dave Wasson. Written by Dave Wasson,  Clay Morrow, Paul Rudish and Aaron Springer.  Mickey voiced by  Chris Diamantopoulos and special guests Kari Wahlgren, Dave Wasson and John Waters.

Ghoul Friend

Released on October 4, 2013

Mickey's car breaks down in a scary forest and he is chased by a ghoulish Goofy. Directed by Aaron Springer. Written by Aaron Springer.  Mickey voiced by  Chris Diamantopoulos.

Bad Ear Day

Released on August 16, 2013

Mickey loses his ears before a date with Minnie. The search is on. Directed by Chris Savino. Written by Derek Dressler, Clay Morrow, Paul Rudish, Chris Savino and Aaron Springer.  Mickey voiced by  Chris Diamantopoulos and special guests Don Cherry and Paul Rudish.

Panda-monium

Released on August 2, 2013

Mickey tries to photograph a shy panda at the Bejing Zoo. Directed and written by Aaron Springer. Mickey voiced by  Chris Diamantopoulos and special guest, Alex Chu.

Gasp

Released on July 26, 2013

After Figaro the Cat breaks Gubbles, the fish's bowl, Mickey comes up with creative ways to find him a new home quickly. Directed and written by Clay Morrow. Mickey voiced by  Chris Diamantopoulos.

Staying Cool

Released on July 19, 2013

Mickey, Donald and Goofy try staying cool on a really hot day. Directed by Dave Wasson. Written by Derek Dressler, Clay Morrow, Paul Rudish, Dave Wasson and Aaron Springer. Mickey voiced by  Chris Diamantopoulos and special guest, Dave Wasson.

Tokyo Go

Released on July 12, 2013

Mickey boards the wrong bullet train in Tokyo. Directed by Paul Rudish. Written by Heiko Drengenberg, Derek Dressler, Clay Morrow, Paul Rudish and Aaron Springer. Mickey voiced by  Chris Diamantopoulos and special guest, Hira Ambrosino. This cartoon is entirely in Japanese.

New York Weenie

Released on July 5, 2013

Mickey chases a hot dog through Central Park. Directed and written by Aaron Springer. Mickey voiced by  Chris Diamantopoulos and special guests Betty White, Brian George and Aaron Springer.

Croissant de Triomphe

Released on June 30, 2013

Minnie's cafe runs out of croissants and Mickey comes to the rescue with a high speed scooter chase. Directed and written by Paul Rudish. Mickey voiced by  Chris Diamantopoulos and special guests Karen Straussman, Pascal Germain, Xavier Fagnon and Paul Rudish.

Yodelberg

Released on June 29, 2013

Mickey and Minnie yodel with disasterous consequences. Directed by Aaron Springer. Written by Derek Dressler, Clay Morrow, Paul Rudish and Aaron Springer. Mickey voiced by  Chris Diamantopoulos and special guest, Aaron Springer.

No Service

Released on June 28, 2013

While waiting for the girls, Mickey and Donald try to purchase snacks from Goofy who refuses to sell to them due to his NO SHIRT, NO SHOES, NO SERVICE. Directed and written by Paul Rudish. Mickey voiced by  Chris Diamantopoulos.

In 2013, the Disney Company began showing brand new Mickey Mouse cartoons created and developed by Paul Rudish for Disney Television Animation. Below are a list of the new Mickey Mouse cartoons to date.

1996 - 2012 ~ No Mickey Mouse cartoons or feature length movies are produced. 

Runaway Brain
Released on Tuesday, August 8, 1995
While trying to earn money for an anniversary gift for Minnie, Mickey decides to sell his brain to a mad scientist. First Mickey Mouse short made in 42 years, it was released with the full length movie, The Goofy Movie. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film. Directed by Chris Bailey and voiced by Wayne Alwine.

1991 to 1994 ~ No Mickey Mouse cartoons or feature length movies are produced. 

The Standard Parade
Unknown, 1939
This commercially-made cartoon by the Disney Company is a two minute commercial for Standard Oil, who eventually become a sponsor at Disneyland. It features Mickey, Donald, the Seven Dwarfs, the Three Little Pigs and the Big Bad Wolf.  It was shown through "Oil Tykes Weekly" as a short at the theaters before the main feature. The director is unknown, as is the voice actor.

The Pointer
Released on Friday, July 21, 1939
Mickey tales Pluto hunting to give him lessons on "pointing" out their prey, but Pluto finds a grizzly bear. This cartoon was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Animated Short. Directed by Clyde Geronimi and voiced by Walt Disney.

Mickey's Surprise Party
Saturday, February 18, 1939
Minnie tries to surprise Mickey with a party and birthday cake, but the cake is ruined. Mickey shows up for the party with some Nabisco bakery products and the party is saved. This cartoon was made for National Biscuit Company to show at the 1939 New York's World Fair. This is the first appearance of Mickey in his modern design with pupils instead of pie eyes. The Director is unknown. Voiced by Walt Disney.

Fantasia
Released on Wednesday, November 13, 1940
This full length film features a series of cartoon tabloids featuring different classical songs. Mickey's  part of the film is called"The Sorcerer's Apprentice" by Paul Dukas. The plot involves Mickey as an apprentice for the kingdom's sorcerer who borrows his magic wand when he goes to rest and causes  chaos throughout the castle workshop. Many considered it before its time. The film was never a financial success and in 2000, Roy E. Disney made a sequel called Fantasia 2000 with different scenes added to some of the original scenes. Produced by Walt Disney. Musical Direction by Leopold Stokowski. The Various different scenes were directed by Samuel Armstrong, James Algar, Bill Roberts, Paul Satterfield, Ben Sharpsteen, David Hand, Hamilton Luske, Jim Handley, Ford Beebe, T. Hee, Norman Ferguson and Wilfred Jackson. The Sorcerer’s Apprentice scene was directed by James Algar.

Society Dog Show
Released on Friday, February 3, 1939
 Mickey enters Pluto into a society dog show, but they are kicked out. Pluto later saves the dogs from a fire and becomes a hero. This is the final cartoon with Mickey having "pie eyes" and his face now goes from white to beige making him more modern and realistic. Directed by Bill Roberts and voiced by Walt Disney.

Brave Little Tailor
Released on Saturday, September 24, 1938
Based on the fairy tale, "The Valiant Little Tailor", Medieval Mickey is hired by the King to kill a giant and the prize is his daughter, Minnie's hand in marriage. Directed by Bill Roberts and voiced by Walt Disney.

Mickey's Parrot
Released on Friday, September 9, 1938
A lost sailor's parrot finds its way into Mickey's basement while Mickey listens to a gangster radio show. Directed by Bill Roberts and voiced by Walt Disney.

The Whalers
Released on Tuesday, August 19, 1938
Mickey, Donald and Goofy go to sea in hunt of whales, but things don't go as planned. Directed by Dick Huemer and voiced by Walt Disney.

The Fox Hunt
Released on Friday, July 29, 1938
Donald and Goofy try their hand at fox hunting with disastrous results. Mickey makes a cameo appearance. Directed by Ben Sharpsteen and voiced by Walt Disney.

Lonesome Ghosts
Released on Saturday, December 25, 1937
Mickey, Donald and Goofy are ghost exterminators and the ghosts are enjoying the scaring. Directed by Burt Gillett and voiced by Walt Disney.

Clock Cleaners
Released on Saturday, October 16, 1937
Mickey, Donald and Goofy work as clock cleaners in a high tower. This cartoon was voted the 27th greatest cartoon of all time. Directed by Ben Sharpsteen and voiced by Walt Disney.

Mickey's Amateurs
Released on Saturday, April 17, 1937
Mickey plays host to a radio talent show and Donald wants to win. The last film released by United Artists. Directed by Pinto Colvig, Erdman Penner and Walt Pfeiffer. Voiced by Walt Disney.

Mickey's Kangaroo
Released on Saturday, April 13, 1935
Mickey receives a boxing kangaroo and its baby from Australia. Trouble follows. Last black and white cartoon made. The only cartoon where we hear Pluto thinking. Directed on David Hand and voiced by Walt Disney.

Mickey's Service Station
Released on Saturday, March 16, 1935
Mickey, Donald and Goofy own a car repair shop and fix Pete's car badly. The first Mickey, Donald and Goofy cartoon. Directed by Ben Sharpsteen and voiced by Walt Disney.

The Band Concert
Released on Saturday, February 23, 1935
Mickey conducts the local community orchestra with the William Tell Overture. The concert ends with a tornado. First all color Mickey Mouse cartoon. Directed by Wilfred Jackson and voiced by Walt Disney.

Two-Gun Mickey
Released on Saturday, December 15, 1934
Cowboy Mickey finds a self reliant Minnie in the desert and outlaw Pete gives her some trouble. Directed by Ben Sharpsteen and voiced by Walt Disney.

Ye Olden Days
Released on Saturday, April 8, 1933
Medieval Princess Minnie is to be married to Dippy Dawg [Pluto] until traveling minstrel Mickey comes on the scene. Directed by Burt Gillett and voiced by Walt Disney.

Mickey's Good Deed
Released on Saturday, December 17, 1932
On Christmas Eve, Mickey reluctantly sells Pluto to help a poor family. They later reunite. Directed by Burt Gillett and voiced by Walt Disney.

The Wayward Canary
Released on Saturday, November 12, 1932
Mickey gives Minnie a canary. The canary has babies and Pluto saves them from a cat. Directed by Burt Gillett and voiced by Walt Disney.

The Whoopee Party
Released on Saturday, September 17, 1932
Mickey and Friends celebrate at a community party. Directed by Wilfred Jackson and voiced by Walt Disney.

Touchdown Mickey
Released on Saturday, October 15, 1932
Mickey's football team, Mickey's Manglers play the Alley Cats with Goofy announcing the game. Directed by Wilfred Jackson and voiced by Walt Disney.

Mickey's Orphans
Released on Wednesday, December 9, 1931
Mickey and Minnie watch over a liter of orphaned kittens, much to Pluto's dismay. This cartoon nominated for Academy Award as best animated short. Directed by Burt Gillett and voiced by Walt Disney.

Mickey Cuts Up
Released by Monday, November 30, 1931
Mickey mows his lawn while trying to get neighbor, Minnie's attention. Directed by Burt Gillett and voiced by Walt Disney.

The Beach Party
Released on Thursday, November 5, 1931
Mickey and friends spend a day at the beach. Pluto fights with an octopus and trouble ensues. Directed by Burt Gillett and voiced by Walt Disney.

The Barnyard Broadcast
Received on Saturday, October 10, 1931
Mickey does a radio broadcast from his barn with the help of other barnyard friends. Directed by Burt Gillett and voiced by Walt Disney.

Fishin' Around
Released on Friday, September 25, 1931
Mickey and Pluto try fishing for very clever fish. Directed by Burt Gillett and voiced by Walt Disney.

Blue Rhythm
Released on Tuesday, August 18, 1931
Mickeys performs on the piano at a concert hall joined by Minnie singing "St. Louis Blues". Directed by Burt Gillett and voiced by Walt Disney.

Mickey Steps Out
Released on Tuesday, July 7, 1931
Mickey prepares for a date with Minnie, but Pluto wants to go too. Directed by Burt Gillett and voiced by Walt Disney.

The Delivery Boy
Released on Saturday, June 13, 1931
Mickey works as a delivery boy and finds Minnie in her yard doing laundry. He joins her as chaos ensues. Directed by Burt Gillett. Voiced by Walt Disney.

The Castaway
Released on Monday, April 6, 1931
Mickey is a castaway on a jungle island and a piano comes up on shore. Directed by Wilfred Jackson and voiced by Walt Disney.

Traffic Troubles
Released on Tuesday, March 17, 1931
Taxi driver, Mickey picks up Minnie for a music lesson. Pete stars as a snake oil salesman. Directed by Burt Gillett and voiced by Walt Disney.

The Birthday Party
Released on Wednesday, January 7, 1931
Minnie throws a surprise birthday party for Mickey at her house and gives him a piano. They sing "I Can't Give You Anything but Love." Directed by Burt Gillett and voiced by Walt Disney.

Just Mickey 
Released on Monday, April 21, 1930
Mickey gives a violin concert with a "William Tell Overture" finish. Directed and voiced by Walt Disney, this is the only film to feature Mickey by himself. It was re-released as Fiddlin' Around.

The Haunted House
Released on Monday, December 2, 1929
Mickey, escaping from a storm finds ghosts and dancing skeletons. Directed and voiced by Walt Disney, this title was shortened to "Haunted House" for the re-release years later.

The Prince & the Pauper
Released on Friday, November 16, 1990
Based on the Mark Twain story, Mickey plays a double role as both the Prince of England and the Identical Twin Pauper who trade places to see what each other’s lives are like. It was Disney's final use of Xerox system that they had employed for the last 30 years. Directed by George Scribner and voiced by Wayne Alwine.

1989 ~ No Mickey Mouse cartoons or feature length movies are produced. 

Who Framed Roger Rabbit
Released on Wednesday, June 22, 1988
This fantasy-comedy tells the story of Roger Rabbit, a resident of Toontown who is accused of killing the head of Acme Studios, Marvin Acme in 1947 Los Angeles. A down and out detective with a hatred for "toons" is hired by Mrs. Jessica Rabbit to solve the crime. This non-Disney movie made at Universal Studios had a cameo appearance by Mickey Mouse and many other Disney characters as well as Warner Brothers and other studio characters. Directed by Robert Zemekis and Richard Williams. It was voiced by Wayne Alwine.

1984 to 1987 ~ No Mickey Mouse cartoons or feature length movies are produced.

Mickey's Christmas Carol 
Released on Thursday, October 20, 1983
A new treatment of a 1934 Charles Dickens novella, Mickey plays Bob Cratchit and Uncle Scrooge plays Ebeneezer Scrooge. This was Wayne Allwine's first time voicing Mickey. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Animated Short. It was directed by Burny Mattison.

1956 to 1982 ~ No Mickey Mouse cartoons or feature length movies are produced. 

Mickey Mouse Club TV Show
Premiered on Monday, October 3, 1955
A weekly television show originally shown in black and white that featured Mickey Mouse in the openings and to introduce various special days or activities. The animated sections were all filmed in color in advance so they would be ready to go to color TV eventually. There were various directors. Walt came out of voice retirement to do Mickey's voice himself.

1954 ~ No Mickey Mouse cartoons or feature length movies are produced.

The Simple Things
Released on Saturday, April 18, 1953
Mickey and Pluto fight an annoying clam that steals their bait while fishing. Directed by Charles Nichols and voiced by Jimmy MacDonald.

Pluto's Christmas Tree
Released on Friday, November 21, 1952
Mickey accidentally chops down Chip and Dale's home in a pine tree to take home as his Christmas tree and Pluto destroys the tree trying to get rid of Chip and Dale. Mickey forgives them all and they celebrate Christmas. Directed by Jack Hannah and voiced by
Jimmy MacDonald.

Pluto's Party
Released on Friday, September 19, 1952
All the mice children are invited to Pluto's birthday party. After all the children eat his birthday cake, a very sad Pluto discovers that Mickey has saved him a piece. Directed by Milt Schaffer and voiced by Jimmy MacDonald.

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R'coon Dawg
Released on Friday, August 10, 1951
Pluto picks up the scent of a raccoon while hunting with Mickey, but once cornered the raccoon tricks him. Directed by Charles Nichols and voiced by Jimmy MacDonald
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Pluto's Dream House
Released on Friday, August 30, 1940
Mickey decides to make a new house for Pluto and they discover a magic lamp while digging the foundation. Directed by Clyde Geronimi and voiced by Walt Disney.

Tugboat Mickey
Released on Friday, April 26, 1940
Captain Mickey and his crew, Donald and Goofy run a tugboat service with interesting results involving an exploding steam ship and drunk penguins. Directed by Clyde Geronimi and voiced by Walt Disney.

Mickey's Trailer
Released on Friday, May 6, 1938
Mickey, Donald and Goofy take a trip in their new camping trailer. Directed by Ben Sharpsteen and voiced by Walt Disney.

Hawaiian Holiday
Released on Saturday, September 25, 1937
Mickey and Minnie go to Hawaii with the gang in tow. First film released by RKO Pictures. Directed by Ben Sharpsteen and voiced by Walt Disney.

Magician Mickey
Released on Saturday, February 6, 1937
Mickey performs as a magician heckled by Donald Duck from the audience. Directed by David Hand and voiced by Walt Disney.

Moose Hunters
Released on Saturday, February 20, 1937
Mickey, Donald and Goofy go on a hunting trip in the wilderness looking for moose. Directed by Ben Sharpsteen and voiced by Walt Disney.

On Ice
Released on Saturday, September 28, 1935
Mickey and the gang go ice skating. First appearance of Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Goofy and Pluto together. Directed by Ben Sharpsteen and voiced by Walt Disney.

Pluto's Judgement Day
Released on Saturday, August 31, 1935
Pluto dreams he's facing the last judgment for chasing cats. Directed by David Hand and voiced by Walt Disney.

Mickey's Fire Brigade
Released on Saturday, August 3, 1935
Mickey, Donald and Goofy are firemen trying to put out a hotel fire. Directed by Ben Sharpsteen and voiced by Walt Disney.

Mickey's Garden
Released on Saturday, July 13, 1935
Mickey works at killing garden bugs. Directed by Wilfred Jackson and voiced by Walt Disney.

The Dognapper
Released on Saturday, November 17, 1934
Mickey and Donald are police officers hunting for Pete after he steals Minnie's dog, Fifi. Directed by David Hand and voiced by Walt Disney.

Mickey's Pal Pluto
Released on Saturday, February 18, 1933
Pluto saves some kittens from drowning, but gets jealous when Mickey takes them in. Uses devil/angel idea. This inspired "Lend A Paw" cartoon. Directed by Burt Gillett and voiced by Walt Disney.

Mickey's Mellerdrammer
Released on Saturday, March 18, 1933
Mickeys writes a play based on Uncle Tom's Cabin that is a very low budget production. Goofy makes his first appearance as Dippy Dawg. Directed by Wilfred Jackson and voiced by Walt Disney.

The Mad Doctor
Released on Saturday, January 21, 1933
Pluto is captured but a Mad Scientist, and Mickey comes to the rescue. This cartoon later inspires Runaway Brain. Directed by David Hand and voiced by Walt Disney.

Building A Building
Released on Saturday, January 7, 1933
Mickey gets a job at a construction site and Pete, the foreman gives him trouble. Nominated for an Academy Award for Best Animated Short. Directed by David Hand and voiced by Walt Disney.