Realizing that skilled musketeers will jeopardize his plan to overthrow the princess, Pete quickly goes to the janitor room and tells Mickey, Donald and Goofy that they passed his test and have what it takes to become musketeers, knowing that will be easy to get rid of. Written by 3 Christmas tales from Disney's mascots. Cast Cast overview, first billed only:. However, the project suffered script problems with the multiple cameos being thought to be too gimmicky. While it's encouraging to see Disney put its classic characters to use, this particular film is rather limp. It really is faithful to the original Disney cartoons. The trio rush to rescue Minnie and Daisy in an abandoned remote tower.
Maybe this will be their first time hearing the music, and they'll forever afterward think of these lyrics. The series officially premiered on June 28, 2013 on , followed by the releases on Disney. Aww, you have to see ash as a cow my friend laughed at it. Of course Clarabelle was a villain in this until Goofy steals her heart. The roles fit Mickey, Donald, and Goofy perfectly -- it's surprising Disney didn't do this story a long time ago. Clarabelle is a henchwoman, for some reason probably just lucky to be included , but she's got personality and is fun to watch.
Mickey offends Goofy by saying they may need a new partner, but quickly backpedals and says that Goofy needs a new hat. Like the Timeless River world in , it is featured as a period of Mickey Mouse's past. So, to save the Princess and the Kingdom, our three will have to grow up and act quickly. These are two of the cutest, most likable animation couples in history, and the screenplay gives them very little to do. V or not, this is a great movie. Some perfumes don't drain away.
The voice talents are top notch, especially Jim Cummings as Pete. Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Goofy, and Mickey's dog Pluto are , who, while being robbed by masked bandits played by the are saved by the Royal Musketeers, , , and. At that moment it sounded like the worst idea I had heard in a long time. Nobody can replace you for Mickey's voice. The stories are sweet and well paced, but it's a chore to get through all three at once. A treat that will be enjoyed by the whole family.
The jokes can go from kind of funny to outright repetitive and aggravating. But when Minnie was in a time of need when the henchmen kidnap her Donald hides only leaving Goofy and Mickey behind. Heck if I know, but with a series of lackluster productions that tried to bring fast paced humor and slapstick to the movie theatres and home video markets, it wasn't hard to see that it seemed like the folks at Disney were grasping at straws. Why, if Mickey, Donald, and Goofy are given a feature-length movie, does it have to be so brisk? This hour-long direct-to-video 'toon features longtime Disney favorites Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, Daisy Duck, Goofy, and Pluto, as well as Peg-Leg Pete and even Clarabelle Cow. As he persuades Donald to stay, Donald refuses and apologises, before running off in fear and leaves the palace, leaving Mickey and Pluto behind.
They've also been in a lot of humorous contemporary adventures, so it is rather surprising that their first feature-length movie together is not all that impressive. As Clarabelle tries to change her ambitions to evil, she changes her behaviour and reveals Pete's true intentions and that Mickey is in danger. To just have him escape her by slipping on a banana peel or driving her bonkers with his usual naivety as she attempts to throw him off a bridge would have been far more effective. There is very little spark or wit in the film. Cast Cast overview, first billed only:. Also, because it was straight-to-video it has a bit of that low-budget feel to it. Assisted by his magical dog, Jake, Finn roams the Land of Ooo righting wrongs and battling evil.
The plot has some funny twists, with Captain Pete plotting to kidnap Princess Minnie and take over as ruler. They all have little animated segments combined into a full-length animated masterpiece, over which we hear Classical pieces. In my personal life, it was the beginning of an eight-year World Record of being free from visiting Walt Disney World in Central Florida. Mickey couldn't have asked for a better star vehicle to showcase his talent. Donald is cowardly, Goofy is goofy and Mickey is too small. I suppose I wanted to take a look at how Mickey looks like nowadays and turn it off in a few minutes, but I ended up watching it till the end with a smile from ear to ear. Having that apart is a delight, so how about its colorful time too.
I explored my Netflix Streaming account recently, and saw that this direct-to-video project that I technically would not call a sequel, was on there. Another reason I really liked this little concert-type film is that it was released in August of 2004. Although, the film could have done with being 5 to 10 minutes longer. I can't see anything wrong with the movie. It seems like a cost-cutting measure for a direct-to-video release.