Watch Mickey, Donald, Goofy The Three Musketeers 2004

directed by Donovan Cook, produced by DisneyToon Studios, animated film adaptation of the novel The Three Musketeers by Alexandre Dumas, père, featuring Disney's stars Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck and Goofy.

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TROUBADOUR: Singing all day long. When I'm singing, there is nothing that is wrong! HOST: Talent to the set, please. DIRECTOR: We're live in sixty seconds. HOST: Monsieur Narrator, it is time! TROUBADOUR: Today is the day. Because you promised I can sing my songs about the musketeers? But, you promised. Oh, no. Wait! The stage is... This way. DIRECTOR: Let's have some quiet, people. Five seconds to air. Cue music. And action! HOST: What's that turtle doing? DIRECTOR: Where's the narrator? We're live. Just go with it. Hey, you. Don't just sit there like a turtle. You're on camera! For crying out loud, say something! TROUBADOUR: Allo. DIRECTOR: Tell the story.

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Movie transcript with snapshot pictures

TROUBADOUR: Today, I will tell you the story of The Three Musketeers.
I will tell you the story of The Three Musketeers
This is my favourite version the one with pictures.
This is my favourite version the one with pictures
And, of course, my songs. Our story begins in the gutter where poor young street urchins Mickey, Donald, and Goofy struggled to survive. Will anyone defend these innocent children? Anyone! Well, anyone? The royal musketeers!
The royal musketeers
Yes! And after the dust settles, a kindly musketeer gives Mickey a gift. Don't worry, Mickey. You'll grow into it.
From that day on, Mickey, Donald, and Goofy dreamed of being great musketeers.
Mickey, Donald, and Goofy dreamed of being great musketeers
But as the years passed their dream was still as far away as ever. You see, before their dream can come true, our three heroes must learn the real meaning of the musketeer creed all for one and one for all! And I just happen to have a song about this! All for One And One For All
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(music by Jacques Offenbach, The Infernal Galop from Orpheus in the Underworld) MICKEY MOUSE: Look at them, fellas. That's gonna be us out there someday. I just know it. GOOFY: I can't wait. DONALD DUCK: Yeah. Me, too. MICKEY MOUSE: Yes, sir. Janitors today, musketeers tomorrow. Hey, my lucky musketeer hat. Oh, thanks, boy. Remember when the musketeers gave me this hat, Pluto? They even autographed it. See? I can't wait to be a great big hero. Careful, Goofy. GOOFY: Sorry, Mickey. I can't wait to be a musketeer, neither, 'cause I got plenty of good ideas. The musketeers can use a clever fella like me. Yipe! MICKEY MOUSE: Hey, Donald, how about you? DONALD DUCK: Are you kidding? Musketeers need guys like me that are brave! MICKEY MOUSE: Yeah, and they need guys that are brave, too. DONALD DUCK: That's what I said, brave. PETE: Yes, sir. Yes, sir. Yes, sirree. I've been looking forward to this all month. GOOFY: Maybe I can sand it out. MICKEY MOUSE: Oo! Ah! Almost... PETE: A... I'm adorable, B... I'm so beautiful. What? MICKEY MOUSE: Almost... got it. I got it! Goofy, look out! Captain Pete. PETE: Now listen, you yardsticks. I am sick and tired of your screw-ups. You guys are hopeless. I leave you for five minutes and I come back to a disaster! MICKEY MOUSE: Well, we were practising our teamwork, so we can be good musketeers.

Characters with description, picture, actor (actress) voice and quotes

Mickey Mouse wishes and becomes musketeer
Mickey Mouse
wishes and becomes musketeer (Wayne Allwine) "This is what we've been waiting for all our lives"
Donald Duck
Donald Duck
(Tony Anselmo) "I'll be a musketeer when cows fall from the sky"
(Bill Farmer) "Call me a goof, but one thing's clear, your melodious moo is music to my ears"
Pete as Captain of Musketeers
Pete as Captain of Musketeers
(Jim Cummings) "Those three chowderheads have proven tougher than I thought"
Minnie Mouse as Princess of France
Minnie Mouse as Princess of France
(Russi Taylor) "I hereby dub thee, Mickey, Donald, and Goofy all royal musketeers!"
Daisy Duck as lady-in-waiting
Daisy Duck as lady-in-waiting
(Tress MacNeille) "Your majesty, forgive me for saying so, but that sounds just lovely"
Singing turtle as Troubadour who narrates the story
Singing turtle as Troubadour
who narrates the story (Rob Paulsen) "Our three heroes have finally made their dream come true"
The Beagle Boys as masked bandits
The Beagle Boys as masked bandits
(Maurice LaMarche, Jeff Bennett) "Who's gonna tell the bloomin' boss the bad news?"
Clarabelle Cow as Trusted Lieutenant
Clarabelle Cow as Trusted Lieutenant
(April Winchell) "He's not real smart and yet he's touched my little cowhide heart"
Pluto, Mickey's best friend, extremely loyal, help his master to find the Princess
Mickey's best friend, extremely loyal, help his master to find the Princess (Bill Farmer)

Main Crew

Produced by Laurel Betts, Margot Pipkin; directed by Donovan Cook; screenplay by Evan Spiliotopoulos, David M. Evans; music by Bruce Broughton; film editing by Bret Marnell; art direction by Toby Bluth, Bob Kline; layout director and workbook supervisor Olivier Adam; sound recording engineer André Dias; CGI animator Simon Alberry.

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Full of adventures that succeed really fast, a captivating movie especially for kids with a lot of clever and funny jokes that'll get a laugh out of adults too. When Disney was trying to develop a Mickey Mouse feature film in the early 1940s, one of the ideas considered was "The Three Musketeers", but it was abandoned because the original novel requires four main characters (the titular musketeers and D'Artagnan) and the filmmakers found it difficult to come up with a good combination of established characters to fill the parts. Sixty-plus years later, the problem was solved by having Mickey, Donald and Goofy not play the original Three Musketeers and thus tell a story that parallels the original but is not strictly an adaptation of it. The original Musketeers, incidentally, are the ones who saved the gang in the beginning of the film, and their autographs are in the hat they give Mickey.

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