We've got to save Mickey! Pete made us musketeers, remember? Donald, I can't understand a word you say. At that moment it sounded like the worst idea I had heard in a long time. After meeting each other and attacking Daisy by mistake, Minnie falls in love with Mickey and feels safe at the hands of his bravery. We're live in sixty seconds. For our review of this newer edition,. It'll be hours before they's on us. Although it was only 26 minutes long, it was so well done that every family and Disneyphile wanted to add it to their collections.
And let me tell you I sat down on the couch with my grandkids all around me and we all laughed at Mickey, Donald, and Goofy, as they barreled through their own wacky version of the Three Musketeers tale. Then they meet the royal musketeers. Hey, Donald, how about you? To get to the princess. The only negative for me was the opening sequence with a kind of annoying turtle -- but he's only in it for a few seconds so it doesn't matter. We've got a change of plans, see. While Minnie and Daisy are protected by Mickey, Donald and Goofy, who all go on a journey in a carriage, they are all ambushed by the Beagle Boys who attack and fight Mickey, Donald and Goofy.
The Beagle Boys appear before Donald and attack him, scaring him into hiding, before Pete traps him and puts Donald to the guillotine, right in his secret layer where Donald discovers the plan that Pete will become King and trap Minnie somewhere, where she will be hidden and that soon, Donald and his friends will be killed and not able to rescue Minnie. Like any good villain, Pete has henchmen the Beagle Boys to do the dirty work for him. Nobody walks away with the princess. This irreverent start does a fine job at setting up the atmosphere for this barely feature-length direct-to-video film. Pete is furious that the Beagle Boys failed in their task and realizes that the three protagonists are more of a threat than he originally anticipated.
Musketeers need guys like me that are brave! The predictable course of events lays out the standard work for the three musketeers. He's not at his post either. Two or three of them are awful, like Cinderella 2, but this one belongs up there with one of the more entertaining films. Some of the music cues include pieces of the score that ultimately went unused in the movie. Set dresser to the stage. These days, even children want more than chases and fights and songs. Light comedies which fare just fine directly on home video, and leave theatrical work to the more cinematic 3-D computer animation? He's not going to like that.
Minnie is the princess, and Daisy her attendant. The bridge crumbles and Goofy and Clarabelle fall to the river below. Be glad that the song wasn't actually used in the movie. The last bonus feature on the menu is a Cast Commentary, but don't be deceived, this isn't a full-length audio commentary. Pete gives a chance to the Beagle Boys to kidnap Minnie and Daisy, so he can become King tomorrow when he is announced at the Opera.
Scaling rough and rugged passes Climb the hearty little lasses Till the bright sea-shore they gain How dare you try and kidnap the princess! The French troubadour turtle returns from time-to-time to narrate the film, which he does by setting lyrics to famous classical instrumentals. Listen, Donald might be a big chicken. I can't wait to be a musketeer, neither. Remember how we rescued the princess? Mickey, Donald and Goofy are the equivalent of 17th-century palace janitors who aspire to be musketeers. We thought she was a villain. Instead, witty actor's remarks are compressed into this fast-paced, but underwhelming bonus. The story itself is simple.
Now, when these doors open. But then, amidst the footage of storyboard pitches and animators at work, the filmmakers treat Mickey, Donald, and Goofy as actors. Like the Timeless River world in , it is featured as a period of Mickey Mouse's past. Mickey is also defeated and thrown off, leaving Donald to fight but he is too scared and throws himself off. Mickey is gifted one of their hats, inspiring them to follow their example and become musketeers; however, in the present day, Mickey, Donald and Goofy are lowly janitors for the musketeers' headquarters and their dream was still far away. Mickey and I have the same last name.
Afterwards, Mickey manages to untie Minnie, which he makes her laugh and the two mice fall in love and spend time alone with each other. We got to get Goofy and get out of here! At that moment it sounded like the worst idea I had heard in a long time. Daisy, I can't pick someone I'm not in love with. The shadow then vanishes in which Goofy is cornered, subdued and kidnapped by Clarebelle. The trio defeat Pete by beating him up physically and Pete is knocked unconscious.