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Mickey Mouse was the name of a popular American cartoon character.

References Edit

Captain Jack Harkness called Mickey Smith "Mickey Mouse" when they re-encountered each other on the Dalek Crucible. (TV: Journey's End)

The Ninth Doctor, unimpressed with Disneyland and the two famous mice Mickey and Minnie, told Rose that he could take her to a place with real talking mice and ducks. (PROSE: Winner Takes All)

The Tenth Doctor jokingly introduced Martha Jones as "Martha Mouse" in Castle Extremis, to which she retaliated by introducing him as "Doctor Donald Duck". (PROSE: Martha in the Mirror) Later, he revealed to Matthew Finnegan and Emily Winter that he carried a number of watches around his pockets, one of which had a Mickey Mouse design. (COMIC: Tesseract) One of the toy trains in the Doctor's collection was a Mickey Mouse handcar. (PROSE: Model Train Set)

Ace told Gilgamesh Gilgamesh that all good spies wore disguises, citing Mickey Mouse as an example. (PROSE: Timewyrm: Genesys)

Trix MacMillan had a Mickey Mouse alarm clock in the TARDIS which had belonged to Anji Kapoor. (PROSE: Halflife)

P.R.O.B.E.'s operations were criticised by Defence Secretary Brian Williams as "looking very Mickey Mouse" after they allowed Paul Reynish to escape containment twice during the time that P.R.O.B.E. were meant to take care of his termination. (HOMEVID: When to Die)

Behind the scenes Edit

  • In an interview that can be found as an extra for The Three Doctors DVD, the writers wanted to name K9 "Pluto" after Mickey's famous pet sidekick, but Disney did not grant permission.
  • Disney Time 1975 was a 1975 TV special where Tom Baker as the Fourth Doctor introduced a variety of Disney clips, including the Mickey Mouse cartoon Clock Cleaners. The beginning of the special implied that the Doctor personally knew Mickey Mouse, whom he "had not seen in a while", though a man he talked to on the street of London only knew him, Donald Duck and Goofy as "Disney toons".
  • Ace's reference to Mickey acting as a spy and disguising himself from the purpose in Genesys is most likely a reference to the seminal 1939 comic strip Mickey Mouse Outwits the Phantom Blot.

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