Mickey's House of Villains

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Mickey's House of Villains
Mickey's House of Villains.jpg
DVD cover art
Directed by
Produced by Melinda Rediger
Written by
Based on Disney's House of Mouse
by Tony Craig
& Roberts Gannaway
Narrated by John Cleese (Mickey's Mechanical House)
Music by Michael Tavera
Distributed by Walt Disney Home Entertainment
Release date
September 3, 2002 (2002-09-03)
Running time
68 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Mickey's House of Villains (also known as House of Mouse: The Villains) is a 2002 direct-to-video animated film produced by The Walt Disney Company (Walt Disney Television Animation and Toon City Animation, with animation coordination by Walt Disney Feature Animation Florida. It is based on the Disney Channel animated television series Disney's House of Mouse and a sequel to the direct-to-video animated film Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed in at the House of Mouse, starring Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Minnie Mouse, Goofy, Daisy Duck and Disney Villains that have appeared in past Disney productions. It was released on both VHS and DVD by Walt Disney Home Video[1] on September 3, 2002. It was followed by a 2004 direct-to-video animated film, Mickey, Donald, Goofy: The Three Musketeers, produced by DisneyToon Studios, on August 17, 2004.


It is Halloween night at the House of Mouse, and a lot of villains are showing up. Jafar has a trick in store for the usual heroes of the House, but the villains have to wait until midnight for him to unleash it. After a series of cartoons, Jafar, along with his new henchmen Captain James Hook, Cruella de Vil, Ursula the Sea Witch and Hades, takes over the house with a musical number "It's Our House Now!" All the other villains soon join Jafar's plan. The heroes, princesses and other Disney characters are trapped in the kitchen while Mickey and several others are thrown out into the street. They witness the House's name being changed to the House of Villains.[1]

Mickey, Donald, Goofy and Minnie try to take their House back, but Chernabog stops them from entering the building. After another two cartoons, Mickey dresses in his sorcerer outfit from Fantasia (and Fantasia 2000) and challenges Jafar to a magical duel using fireballs. Just when Mickey's sorcerer hat is knocked off, Aladdin escapes from the kitchen, flying on the magic carpet and gives Daisy Duck the magical lamp. Daisy hands it to Mickey who uses the lamp to suck Jafar into it. The rest of the villains run away and the House of Mouse is once again restored.

Voice cast[edit]


Like the show, the film shows several Disney cartoons. In fact, these shorts make up more of the movie than the actual plot with the villains. However, all their title cards are edited out.

Among them, three of the shorts are classic ones:

The other five shorts were all originally broadcast on Mickey Mouse Works in 1999:

  • Mickey's Mechanical House
  • How to Haunt a House
  • Dance of the Goofys
    • Billy Joe as Goofy: Goofy's Dances, a Silly Symphonies of animated shorts Dance of the Goofys and provided to Jon Cooke, John Renard, and Aaron. Noel Cleary served as the supervising animator for Goofy.
    • Juan F. Lara as The Bad Boy: The Bad Boy is a little scientist but this appears to torture insects gather in the house of villains in the sketch of Goofy's Dances. Adam Murphy served as the supervising animator for The Bad Boy.
  • Donald's Halloween Scare
  • Hansel and Gretel

Disney villains appearing in this movie[edit]


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