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Mickey, Donald, Goofy: The Three Musketeers G CC

This animated musical version of the classic adventure tale features best friends Mickey, Donald, and Goofy as small-time janitors with big dreams of becoming Musketeers.

Starring:
Wayne Allwine, Tony Anselmo
Runtime:
1 hour, 7 minutes

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Genres Romance, Adventure, Comedy, Kids & Family
Director Donovan Cook
Starring Wayne Allwine, Tony Anselmo
Supporting actors Bill Farmer, Russi Taylor, Tress MacNeille, Jim Cummings, April Winchell, Jeff Bennett, Maurice LaMarche, Rob Paulsen, Shannon Gregory, Frank Welker, Linda Harmon, Jess Harnell, Candace Kita
Studio Walt Disney Pictures
MPAA rating G (General Audience)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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Format: DVD
Once upon a time, Disney was one of the best animation companies ever, putting out stuff like The Little Mermaid and The Lion King and Aladdin. Now, Disney has mainly turned to two things:

1. Sequels that aren't worth seeing
2. Original works that aren't worth seeing

Fortunately, The Three Musketeers doesn't fall into either of these categories. It's an original, funny, cute movie that doesn't run too long to hold a kid's interest. (It's barely over an hour.)

Captain Pete, leader of the musketeers, has a secret plan -- a plan to kidnap Princess Minnie with the "help" of the Beagle Boys, and become king of all France. However, Minnie soon becomes suspicious that something's going on, and demands bodyguards. Captain Pete hires Micky, Donald, and Goofy, three janitors who have long dreamed of being musketeers. He's sure that they will never be able to stop him!

Little does he know....

This movie is definitely better done than most of the stuff Disney's putting out now. Although a few parts are predictable (Mickey and Minnie will fall in love, the musketeers will win, etc.), there are several funny sight gags, plays on words, great songs, and inside jokes (At one point, Pete quotes part of the theme song to the Mickey Mouse Club - my mom had to explain that one to me) that more than make up for that.

Things I Loved:
*The message of teamwork
*The running joke about not being able to understand a thing Donald was saying
*The way Mickey and Donald were wearing their regular clothes under their musketeer suits
*Pete's helpers, the Beagle Boys. They -- especially the smallest one -- were hysterical!!

Anyway, if you want to watch a recent Disney film, this is the one to see.
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The first thing that surprised me about MICKEY'S THE THREE MUSKETEERS was how amazing the animation was. Most of Disney's direct-to-video features are usually lacking in the art department (no doubt to the fact that making animation for feature films is expensive), but this one is absolutely gorgeous. The backgrounds are painted with inked-watercolors in the style of "Uncle Walt"'s good old days. The animation is as fluid as one of their animated features. If anything, this one should have gone to theaters, as it would definitely (IMO) make a lot more cash than the other features the Mouse House released this year.

But I'm getting ahead of myself. True to its promise, this woefully short (60 minutes with a seven-minute credit scroll is not enough!) "feature" is outrageously funny, action-packed, and not too syrupy either (even the romance between our heroes and their girlfriends is handled in an deliberately silly light), although it DOES manage to pack a heartfelt message about true camaraderie and friendship.

This isn't a faithful retelling of Alexandre Dumas' novel (but then again, this IS Disney we're talking about); however, the best part about this feature is that it clearly addresses it to the audience. Yes, the film has nothing to do with the original, but the actual story is something that could have been imagined by Walt himself. It's also full of action and derring-do: how wonderful it is to see Mickey, Donald, and Goofy cross swords with the nasty Beagle Boys (and their leader, Captain Peg Leg Pete) to save the lovely Princess Minnie! Even better, there's a showstopping, hilariously paced climax at an opera house, which arguably is the highlight of the film.
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I also got this as a gift from Amazon. THANKS! I wasn't even going to open it but it was anamorphic widescreen and DTS so I figured I might as well. I was very impressed with Stitch: The Movie as it marked a total reversal of the backwards slide of Disney's straight to video sequels. This release is similar to that in that it is high quality animation and a story that doesn't suck. Keep in mind that this is really for kids so the humor, particularly from Goofy is quite broad. However there are a couple of really funny parts too.

For example, at one point Mickey is chained to the bottom of a dungeon floor that is about to get flooded. Mickey looks at a height chart that pans up to 8 feet at which point there's a sign that reads "You must be this tall to survive this dungeon". Very funny. There's some other jokes I actually laughed out loud at too, which surprised me. They actually inject some personality and pathos to the characters too making it a bit more well rounded.

The movie is only 1 hour long so it doesn't overstay it's welcome. the DVD also contains a couple of deleted scenes, about a 10 minute behind the scenes, the first 5 minutes of the film narrated by Mickey, Donald, Goofy and Pete, and a couple little activities for the kids.

If you like these characters I'm sure you'll like this film. It held my attention and I felt suitably entertained. But it's mostly for children and I'm sure they'll love it.
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I saw the reviews of this with Ebert and the guy who replaced Gene Siskel. They gave it a thumbs up, and during one pay period, when I had some excess cash to spend, I splurged on a used copy.

I liked what I saw, but it felt a little forced in the humor department. BACKGROUND; Disney and Warner Brothers were bitter rivals in the 30s, 40s, and up through the 60s. It wasn't until some bean conter at WB realized that WB could save money by re-issuing and re-editing their current crop of animation that WB's animation studios fell into dissuse as the division was all but shut down. This left Disney and MGM, and MGM was investing more and more in musical spectacles. This left Disney as the animation king (well, at least here in the US).

As such Disney took some story styling cues from Warner Brothers and integrated them into their short films and features. It worked. The only problem is that Disney is not Warner. Disney has matured and polished its animation storytelling styles since that time, but when this film came out there was still a lot of rough edges that needed to be smoothed out.

Even so, the humor does deliver for those who like zingers in their toons. Mickey, Donald and Goofy go through a G-rated retelling of Dumas' tale, and save the Queen and France at the end of the adventure.

I liked it. It was okay. But it wasn't sterling, and, like I say, Disney was just getting its sea legs under it as they took a more classic Waner Brother's approach to witty cartoon story telling.

Have a gander and enjoy.
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