Mickey Mouse

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Mickey Mouse
First appearance Steamboat Willie (1928)[1]
Created by Walt Disney
Ub Iwerks
Voiced by Walt Disney (1928–1947; 1955–1959)
Carl Stalling (The Karnival Kid, 1929)
Clarence Nash (The Dognapper, 1934)[2]
Jimmy MacDonald (1947–1977)
Stan Freberg (1954)[3]
Alan Young (1974)[4][5]
Wayne Allwine (1977–2009)[6]
Peter Renaday (1980s)[7][8]
Les Perkins (1986–1987)
Bret Iwan (2009–present)
Chris Diamantopoulos (2013–present)
Developed by Floyd Gottfredson
Fred Moore
Nickname(s) Mick
Species Mouse
Gender Male
Family Mickey Mouse family
Significant other(s) Minnie Mouse
Nationality The U.S.
Pet dog Pluto

Mickey Mouse is a cartoon character. He was created by Walt Disney and Ub Iwerks in 1928.

He is the Walt Disney company's mascot. He is the main character in Fantasia. Mickey Mouse also has television shows with other characters including Donald Duck, Goofy, Minnie Mouse, and Pluto. Minnie Mouse is his girlfriend. His birthday is November 18, 1928. This is the same day as Minnie Mouse. His height is 3 feet and 2 inches. His weight is 23 pounds. He has a strong sense of justice and is gentle, but mischievous.

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Mickey Mouse has a pet; a dog. The dog is called Pluto. Pluto has 5 puppies with Minnie's dog, Fifi.

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