Disney's New House Of Mouse Is A Reboot Of Disney's House Of Mouse.

Notable staff at the House of Mouse include:

  • Mickey Mouse (general manager, theater host, club co-owner)
  • Oswald The Lucky Rabbit (assistant manager, theater host, club co-owner)
  • Donald Duck (assistant manager, greeter, club co-owner)
  • Sora (assistant manager, theater host, club co-owner)
  • Riku (assistant manager, greeter, club co-owner)
  • Kairi (bookkeeper, show planner)
  • Minnie Mouse (bookkeeper, show planner)
  • Ortensia (assistant show planner)
  • Daisy Duck (concierge, receptionist)
  • Goofy (head waiter)
  • Huey, Dewey, and Louie (a house band with alternating names such as "The Quackstreet Boys", "Quackworks", "Kid duck" and "The Splashing Pumpkins")
  • Pluto (mascot)
  • Gus Goose (executive chef)
  • Horace Horsecollar (technician)
  • Clarabelle Cow (gossip columnist)
  • Max Goof (valet parking attendant)
  • Magic Mirror (on-site consultant)
  • Mike (a talking microphone; announcer)
  • Penguin waiters (waiting staff)
  • Animated brooms (janitorial staff)

Pete is the club's greedy landlord, He often attempts to shut the theater down for his own personal gain by sabotaging the show, since Mickey's contract states that the club stays open only for as long as the show goes on.

House of Mouse locations

Below are descriptions of the areas within the club itself.


The front hall of the club is accessible via glass double doors from the street. Here, guests may converse among themselves or with the Magic Mirror that is located just within the entrance. There is also a small lounge for guests waiting to be seated. Donald & Riku can usually be found here greeting visitors personally; often with a handshake. Daisy works at a reception desk situated just outside the restaurant/theater area, helping guests to book reservations or assist with any requests they may have. Outside, Max Goof assists visitors in parking their cars at a nearby lot owned by the club.

Restaurant / Theater

One of the busiest areas of the club, this wide, spacious area has at least thirty tables that can seat over 120 people. Given the wide variety of clientele at the club, which includes Willie the Giant, Queen Elinor (in her bear form), Mor'du, and Elliott the Dragon, the amount of seating at the club could vary wildly at times. Goofy and the penguin waiters take orders and deliver various dishes, ranging from conventional to outlandish, to the guests. At the far end of the area is a stage where performances of all sorts are conducted, including that of Huey, Dewey and Louie. There is also a huge TV screen in the stage background to show cartoons. Mickey Sora & Oswald often hosts the night's events on-stage.


This area behind the stage is restricted only to club staff and performers hired by the club. Located here are staff offices, dressing rooms, storage rooms and an employee rest area. This area has direct access to the club's kitchen. The back entrance to the club and the door to the prop room are also located here. Minnie Kairi & Ortensia is often seen here using a PDA to assist in keeping the night's schedule on track or directing guest star performers to the stage.


All types of ingredients and cooking equipment can be found here to cater to the wide and, often, exotic palates of the club's clientele. There is also a cold storage room to store fresh meat and other perishable foods. Gus Goose works here nightly to prepare various dishes for the guests, but he sometimes eats said dishes before they reach the tables.

Control Room

From this room, located behind and above the restaurant/theater area, much of the technical equipment at the club is operated. The club's collection of cartoons is stored here as well. Through a window that overlooks the restaurant/theater area, Horace operates the lights, the loudspeakers and various record players (for example, DVD or VHS players) to show cartoons at Minnie's direction.

Prop Room

Club Office

Perhaps the most interesting area of the club, the prop room consists of a cavernous basement much larger than the club itself. Props from all of Disney animation can be found here, including magical items such as Genie's lamp and the Black Cauldron. The prop room is so large that one could get lost for days unless one took Pluto along as a guide. However, Mickey and his friends usually have little trouble navigating in the prop room.
The day office for the club. It houses the offices for all full-time staff such as Mickey and Minnie Mouse, Donald and Daisy Duck, as well as Goofy. People often call here to request talent spaces. This is the control center for the club when shows are not in session. Here is where people come for tickets and table requests. In here Minnie coordinates talent and special club guests, as well as themed nights. She is also responsible for deciding which cartoons are on which nights.

Characters by movie/TV show

List Is Here


Season 1

1 The Stolen Cartoons

2 Big Bad Wolf Daddy

3 The Three Caballeros

4 Goofy's Valentine Date

5 Timon and Pumbaa

6 Jiminy Cricket

7 Unplugged Club

8 Gone Goofy

9 Rent Day

10 Donald's Lamp Trade

11 Donald's Pumbaa Prank

12 Thanks to Minnie

13 Pluto Saves the Day

Season 2

14 Daisy's Debut

15 Goofy for a Day

16 Clarabelle's Big Secret

17 The Mouse Who Came to Dinner

18 Max's New Car

19 Everybody Loves Mickey

20 Max's Embarrassing Date

21 Not Too Goofy

22 Where's Minnie?

23 Super Goof

24 King Louie Swings In

25 Ladies' Night

26 Dennis the Duck

Season 3

27 Suddenly Hades

28 Pete's One-Man Show

29 House of Crime

30 Mickey and Minnie's Big Vacation

31 Donald and the Aracuan Bird

32 Goofy's Menu Magic

33 Music Day

34 House of Scrooge

35 Donald Wants to Fly

36 Dining Goofy

37 Chip 'n Dale

38 Humphrey in the House

39 Ask Von Drake

40 Salute to Sports

41 Pluto vs. Figaro

42 House of Magic

43 Mickey vs. Shelby

44 House of Turkey

45 Pete's Christmas Caper

46 Clarabelle's Christmas List

47 Snow Day

48 Halloween with Hades

49 House Ghosts

50 House of Genius

51 Mickey and the Culture Clash

52 Pete's House of Villains

Season 4

53 House Of Oswald

54 Date Crushers

55 Circus Day

56 Phineas & Ferb

57 The Fearsome 5 Strikes Again

58 House Of Fleemco

59 Animal Day

60 Sora Riku & Kairi`s Big Vacation (has Phineas and Ferb, Gravity Falls, Star vs. the Forces of Evil and The Replacements episodes in this epidode)

61 Bonkers On The Case

62 Creepy Pete

63 Kick Buttowski

64 Goofy's Kitchen Lessons

65 Owner For A Day

66 Talent Day

67 Birthday Duck

68 House Of Race

69 April Fools Day

70 Dr. Frankenollie In The House

71 Too Shy To Be On Stage

72 The Missing Pluto Gets The Paper Cartoons

73 Mickey Mouse's Christmas Party

74 Olympic Games Day

75 A Fact About Bashful

76 Super Goof Returns

Season 5

77 Kessie Comes To The House Of Mouse

78 Pete And Mortimer

79 Goofy's Wah-Hah-Hah-Hoey Yell Has Gone Away

80 P.J In The House

81 Summer At The House Of Mouse

82 History Day

83 Not a Bashful in Sight

84 The Day 7 Turned To 14

85 Candace's party (IT"S A GET TOGETHER!)

86 Hanna Montana

87 The Thermostat

88 Imagination Day

89 Goofy's Halloween Blunder

90 Oswald's Unlucky Day

91 Little Bundles of Joy

92 Fall At The House Of Mouse

93 No Dogs Allowed

94 When Dragons Attack

95 Pluto Saves Christmas

96 Mickey Mouse Band

97 Just Because It's Magic!

98 Pirates At The House Of Mouse

Season 6

99 Under The Sea

100 Mirror, Mirror

101 102 Dalmatians

102 Sing it Aristocats!

103 Emotion Potions

104 Alligators and Gumbo

105 Rescuers

106 The Sword stuck in the Stone

107 Incredible

108 Return of Yzma

109 Sick!

110 Vacation

111 Mystery

112 Raise the Roof

113 Go to Sleep, Go to Sleep

114 Lies, Lies

115 Wreck-It Pete

116 Donald's Bravery

117 The Mad Bomber

118 Goodbye to the House of Mouse


Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed in at the New House of Mouse

Mickey's New House of Villains

House of Mouse: The Movie


  • Many direct to video sequels and TV spin offs are disregarded in this series, despite characters from them appearing. Cassim and Morgana are depicted as having died before the events of Aladdin and The Little Mermaid, Sarousch is retconned as being Frollo's brother Jehan and is depicted as having died before the events of the Hunchback of Notre Dame, Kovu and Vitani are still cubs, Zira and the Outlanders have no connection to Scar and instead are the descendants of a rival pride who used to live on Pride Rock centuries before until their leader ordered them to take over other rocks, Kiara, Melody, and Zephyr are born in Little Bundles of Joy, Kion is Simba's first cub, and Nita is still human, among other retcons. Timon and Pumbaa's backstory is depicted as canon, but the idea of them being involved in nearly every major event of The Lion King is not (The concept that the homes that they tried to move into being places Simba had been is portrayed as true, but it is never the same places at the same time) and the idea that they've interacted with humans and traveled the world is retconned as a dream. Despite characters from it appearing, Cars 2 is also disregarded, which is shown by having Mater's spy adventure being just one of his tall tales and having no connection with the World Grand Prix and Cars 3 is also disregarded despite characters from it making appearances, as Lightning McQueen is mentioned to have retired from racing and Jackson Storm is portrayed as his protégé instead of rival. Anything Winnie the Pooh related after The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh but before the 2011 film is also disregarded (though the featurette Winnie the Pooh and a Day for Eeyore is portrayed as canon, and certain flashback scenes from Piglet's Big Movie are portrayed as canon, though the show's account of Kanga and Roo's arrival in the Hundred Acre Wood does not include Tigger in order not to break continuity from Many Adventures, in which Pooh and the others first meet Tigger and already know Kanga and Roo, and the show's account of the 2011 film combines it with elements of Pooh's Grand Adventure, since both films have a similar plot, which portrays Owl believing that the Backson has taken Christopher Robin to a place called Skull), despite appearances from characters created for the spinoffs, and the Heffalumps and Woozles and the Backson are portrayed as figments of Tigger's insanity, Pooh's imagination, and Owl's misunderstanding. Despite the events of Monsters University having occurred and characters from it appearing, Mike and Sully are mentioned to have met in the fourth grade, a reference to a throwaway line from Monsters Inc. The only sequels that are acknowledged are the first two Toy Story sequels (Despite characters from it appearing, Toy Story 4 is not canon in this series, as Woody is still Bonnie's toy and Bonnie keeps her promise to Andy to take care of Woody) and to a lesser extent, Finding Dory (only Dory's childhood is portrayed as canon), Incredibles 2, Ralph Breaks the Internet (Vanellope does not abandon Sugar Rush in the show's account of the movie), and Frozen II (The show's account of the movie ends with Elsa and Anna's reunion after the climax, instead of Elsa choosing to stay in Northuldra and Anna becoming queen of Arendelle in her place). It's non-Disney spinoff, The Toon Night Show, does the same thing with most sequels and spinoffs.
  • In order to avoid further accusations of racism, What Made the Red Man Red is changed to What Made the Brave Man Brave, When I See an Elephant Fly and the Siamese Cat Song are changed to be more grammatically correct (For example, the lyric "I be done seen about everything" in the former is changed to "I think I will have seen everything" and the lyric "Now we looking over our new domicile" in the latter is changed to "Now we're looking over our new domicile".), Everybody Wants to be a Cat is edited to remove the lyric "Shanghai, Hong Kong, Egg Fu Yong, Fortune Cookie always wrong!", Following the Leader has the lyric "We're off to fight the Injuns" changed to "We won't be home til morning", and the accents of the Brer characters are changed to generic Southern accents to remove the African-American dialect. The version of Arabian Nights used in this series is the less offensive version, but the lyric "It's barbaric" is replaced by "It's a furnace". There is also a different version of Song of the Roustabouts, which has the subject matter changed from about how the Roustabouts enjoy being worked to death and getting little pay to about how hard they work and how important they are to the success of the circus, and removes lyrics such as "We never learned to read or write" (which is replaced by "We never even stop for a bite"), "We slave until we're almost dead" (which is replaced by "We toil until we're almost dead"), and "Grab that rope, you hairy ape!" (which is replaced by "Grape that rope, before you shake!"), even though they are still faceless, which Disney explained as being a commentary on how society views the working class. In the show's version of Under the Sea, the Blackfish is given a redesign to be less stereotypical, and her skin is changed to a purplish tone. Also, Sunflower, from the original cut of Fantasia, is not only redesigned according to more modern conceptions of African-American females and is half-zebra instead of half-donkey, but is reimagined as a strong, confident, self-aware, and independent young woman, and is still portrayed as a servant (but to Bacchus instead of the other centaurettes), but with much more emotion and character. In order to avoid continued controversy, it is revealed that a few miles from where Uncle Remus lives, there is another plantation down the road where former slaves are treated horribly and the leader of the crows is simply called Lead Crow (In Dumbo, he was named Jim Crow, which is a reference to the racist laws that enforced segregation in the American South from the late 19th century to the early 20th century).
  • No Muppets, Marvel, Lucasfilm or Fox characters appear in the show, due not originally being Disney and having been acquired by them. They also already appear in other shows in The Great Crossover Franchise, more specifically Hensonville, Superheroes, Movie Night, and The Toon Night Show. Despite being acquired by Disney, Pixar characters do appear, as they were at first distributed by Disney. Also, no characters from Ooh, Aah, and Clay make appearances, since this is a family show, and that show is meant for toddlers.

Titles in Other Languages

  • دار الفار
  • Mickys Clubhaus
  • El nuevo show del ratón
  • Tous en boîte
  • Il Nuovo Topoclub
  • הבית החדש של מיקי
  • Mickey egér klubja
  • Клуб Маус
  • ハウス・オブ・マウス
  • Disney's Musehus
  • Café Myszka
  • Мышиный дом
  • Mikin klubi
  • Hos Musse
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