Mickey Mouse


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Mickey Mouse

squeaky-voiced cartoon hero; the term is often used in alluding to things of minor significance or expense. [Am. Cinema: EB, VI: 862; Am. Pop. Culture: Misc.]
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Disney Studios was producing somewhere around 12 Mickey Mouse shorts a year by 1937, according to Time.
In other words you're Mickey Mouse if you're messing everyone around by treading water in a disinterested fashion.
With their Mickey Mouse ear muffs and gloves, Rylan Clark, 23, and boyband Union J certainly seemed to be enjoying themselves.
Princess Jasmine levitates, Cinderella's rags explode into a ballgown, and Mickey Mouse summons brooms to dance in the August 29 to September 2 shows.
But her aunt, who is a staff nurse in the Orthopaedic Unit at Cannock Chase Hospital, is determined to help her realise her dream of meeting Mickey Mouse at Euro Disney.
In some further Disney-Rose Parade synergy, Mickey Mouse serves as the parade Grand Marshal and will perform the coin flip at the Rose Bowl football game.
HERE COMES MICKEY MOUSE, riding in the back of an open-topped Jeep.
HERZOGENAURACH, Germany -- adidas and Disney today announced an all-new product line for infants and children, combining adidas Kids top performance products with classic Disney characters Mickey Mouse and friends Minnie Mouse, Goofy, Donald Duck and Daisy Duck.
Mickey Mouse may not star in as many animated films as he used to, but the popularity of Walt Disney's star character has endured for almost a century, and a Dallas auction house sold a Mickey Mouse poster from 1928 for a grand total of $101,575 on Thursday.
MICKEY Mouse hung up his ice skates for a couple of hours to visit children at Zoe's Place.
YOUNG at heart fans of Disney's Mickey Mouse are expected to clamour for a rare piece of nostalgia when it goes under the hammer.
RAUNCHY singer Christina Aguilera went back to her roots yesterday - by hooking up with old pal Mickey Mouse.