The Adventure Begins is the tenth special of Mickey Mouse the Disney Character and Friends It is a parody of the Thomas and Friends special of the same name.


  • Mickey Mouse (from Mickey Mouse) as Thomas
  • Hercules (from Hercules) as Edward
  • Baloo (from The Jungle Book) as Henry
  • Sir Ector (from The Sword in the Stone) as Gordon
  • Donald Duck (from Mickey Mouse) as James
  • Pongo (from 101 Dalmatians) as Glynn
  • Abigail (from The Aristocats) as Annie
  • Amelia (from The Aristocats) as Clarabel
  • Captain (from 101 Dalmatians) as Jerome
  • Frou-Frou (from 101 Dalmatians) as Judy
  • Flowers (from Alice in Wonderland) as Coaches
  • Pirates (from Peter Pan) as Troublesome Trucks
  • Professor Porter (from Tarzan) as Sir Topham Hatt
  • Nanny (from 101 Dalmatians) as Dowager Hatt (Portrait Cameo)
  • Everyone else as Themselves


The Opening

Narrator: "A long time ago in Toonstown, there was a little land known as Disneyland. The smallest Disney Character working in the land was Hercules. He helped to get pirates and flowers ready for the larger Disney Character. The biggest Disney Character in the land was Sir Ector. He loved to take the flowers out. But he didn't much care for some of his other jobs."

Sir Ector: "Pirates, pirates. The shame of it, oh, the shame of it."

Hercules: "Oh, Sir Ector, it can't be that bad."

Sir Ector: "Yes, Hercules, it is. I am a very important man. But thankfully I won't have to work with changelings for long. Not after the new Disney character gets here."

Hercules: "New Disney character? What new Disney character?"

Sir Ector: "Haven't you heard? Professor Porter is getting another Disney character. That last one he got with the wooden webbed feet was much too small to be useful."

Donald: "But I'm not small.

(Sir Ector stops quickly and his pirates bump into him.)

Sir Ector: "Oh. Donald!"

Donald: "I might not be as big as you, Sir Ector, but I'm bigger than Hercules. And there's nothing wrong with wooden webbed feet either."

Big Macintosh: "Unless they catch fire, of course. Can you move on now please, Donald? You're blocking my way."

Donald: "My feet don't catch fire. They're just as good as yours!"

Hercules and Sir Ector

Narrator: "Sir Ector didn't like pulling heavy pirates, but he especially didn't like pulling them up the big hill on the main road."

Sir Ector: (Groaning) "Oh, I give up."

Sir Ector's Driver: "What's he up to now?"

(The driver walks up to Sir Ector)

Sir Ector's Driver: "Come on, Sir Ector, you're not even trying."

Sir Ector: "I can't do it. Those noisy pirates hold a man back. If they were flowers, now that would be different."

(Phone rings in Professor Porter's office)

Professor Porter: "Hello? Hmm. Ah?" (Turns the phone over and clears his throat) "Hello?"

Narrator: "The man in charge of the land was Professor Porter"

Professor Porter: "I see. I see."

Narrator: "It was his job to make sure all the Disney character were on time."

Professor Porter: "Oh dear. Okay. Goodbye.

Hello, Hercules. I'm afraid Sir Ector needs your help."

Hercules: "My help, sir? Are you sure?"

Professor Porter: "Yes. He can't get up the hill with his pirates, apparently."

Hercules: "Okay, sir. I'm on my way.

Hello, Sir Ector. I've come to push."

Sir Ector: "No use at all. A small man like you."

Hercules: (Groaning) "Oh please, Sir Ector, try."

Sir Ector: "Alright, alright.

I can't do it!"

Hercules: "I will do it!"

Sir Ector: "I can't do it!"

Hercules: "I will do it!"

Sir Ector: "I... can't... do it!"

Hercules: "I... will... do it!"

Sir Ector: "I've done it, I've done it, I've done it! I knew that I could do it."

Hercules: "Not even so much as a thank you."

Mickey Arrives

Narrator: "Later, Hercules was back in town when he heard a voice he'd never heard before."

"Excuse me, can you tell me where Disneyland is?"

Donald: "But this is Disneyland. Where are you from?"

"Oh, Brighton. On the mainland."

Hercules: (Gasp) "Professor Porter's new Disney character."

"I'm really happy to be here. I've never been to Disneyland before."

Narrator: "Hercules couldn't believe his eyes. The new Disney character had two black eyes, a pair of red pants, a pair of white gloves and a pair of yellow shoes."

Mickey: "Hello? What's the matter? Do I have soot on my face?"

Hercules: "No. It's just that you're not a big Disney character."

Mickey: "Yes, I am."

Donald: "No, you're not."

Mickey: "Well, I was big enough to do my work on the mainland."

Hercules: "Wait, wait. All I meant was you're not as big as I am."

Mickey: "I may not be as big as you, but I'm very hard-working."

Sir Ector: (Chuckles) "And who are you?"

Mickey: "I'm Mickey."

Hercules: "The new Disney character."

Sir Ector: "Oh dear. Professor Porter must have made a terrible mistake. I think he was expecting someone really useful."

Mickey: "I am really useful!"

Sir Ector: (Chuckles) "For fetching flowers perhaps. Oh well, if you stick around long enough, you might see me take the express flowers for a run. That would be a fine sight for you."

Hercules: "Sorry about Sir Ector, Mickey. I'm afraid he's often like that. I'm Hercules, by the way."

Donald: "And I'm Donald Duck."

Professor Porter: "Hello, hello, hello."

Donald: "And here comes the boss..."

Hercules: "Professor Porter."

Professor Porter: "You must be Mickey, my new mouse. Welcome to Disneyland! I am Professor Porter."

Mickey: "Please to meet you."

Professor Porter: (Clears throat)

Hercules: "'Sir'. You're suppose to call him 'Sir'."

Mickey: "Oh, I'm please to meet you, sir."

Professor Porter: "I'm please to meet you too. Now, as you can see, I'm a very busy man and this is a very busy land. So I expect you to make yourself really useful right away. Hercules will show you what to do.

(Professor Porter starts to walk away, but nearly trips over.)

Professor Porter: "Really useful! Right. Carry on. This way lads."

Hercules and Donald: (Laugh)

Mickey: (Laughs a bit)

Really Useful Mouse

He's a really useful mouse, you know

All the other characters, they'll tell you so

He blows fire and whistles

Rushing to and fro

He's the really useful mouse we adore!

Mickey: (After bumping into Hercules) "Oops. Sorry."

He's the one, he's the one!

He's the really useful mouse that we adore

He's the one, he's the one you know

Mickey Mouse

Sir Ector: "Oh, that's very useful, isn't it? Having another small character to get in the way."

Hercules: "He's still learning, Sir Ector. I'm just showing him what to do.


Mickey: "Oh! Whoa!"

He's really useful mouse, you know

Mickey: (giggles)

Maybe little, but he's never slow

Stand back in amazement

Just you watch him go

He's the really useful mouse we adore

He's the one, he's the one!

He's the really useful mouse that we adore

He's the one, he's the one you know

Mickey Mouse

Mickey: "Watch this."

Mickey Mouse

(Mickey whistles at Sir Ector)

Mickey: "Wake up lazybones! Why don't you work hard like me!" (Laughs)

Hercules: (Chuckles)

Sir Ector: "Oh!"

The Sad Story of Baloo

Narrator: "That night, Mickey was the smallest Disney Character in the house. But at least his new friend, Hercules was there too."

Mickey: "I like being in Disneyland, Hercules. I just can't wait till I get to deliver loads."

Sir Ector: "Hmm."

Hercules: "You better learn how to get pirates and flowers ready first, Mickey."

Mickey: "I'll soon get used to arranging things, Hercules. But I want to see the world."

Sir Ector: "Ohhh."

Baloo: "Faster, faster, faster, oh, turn, turn, turn!"

Mickey: "Who's that?"

Hercules: "That's Baloo. He's a very kind bear, but he's a bit of a worrier."

Baloo: (After a raindrop falls on him) "Ah!"

Hercules: "And he doesn't like rain."

Baloo: (Giggles)

Hercules: "Once a bear taking some flowers was afraid of a few drops of rain."

Baloo: "Ah!"

Hercules: "He rushed into a tunnel and squeaked through his head and never came out again.

His driver and fireman argued with him, but he wouldn't budge. 'The rain will spoil my lovely gray fur' he said.

The passengers got off and argued with him too, but he wouldn't move even after the rain had stopped. So Professor Porter told the guard to get a rope and..."

Professor Porter: "1, 2, 3, pull!"

Hercules: "Everyone pulled."

Professor Porter: "Come on, pull harder. Come on everyone, he's not moving."

Hercules: "Except Professor Porter."

Professor Porter: "My doctor has forbidden me to pull."

Hercules: "When that didn't work, they tried pushing from the other end."

Professor Porter: "1, 2, 3, push! Everybody push! Harder! Come on, put your backs into it. Uh, my doctor has also forbidden me to push."

Hercules: "They tried pushing with a Disney character too.

But nothing worked.

In the end, they took up the old road, built a wall in front of him and left him there."

Mickey: (Gasp)

Hercules: "Professor Porter let him out eventually after Sir Ector hurt himself and couldn't take some..."

Sir Ector: "Alright! Storytime is over. Some of us have to get some sleep."

Mickey and Hercules: "Oh!" (Both giggle)

Mickey's New Coat

Narrator: "The next day, Professor Porter sent Mickey to the Works to be repainted in the colors he liked to see in Disneyland."

Mickey: "Hercules! Hercules! Look, Hercules! Look! I'm black!"

Hercules: "You're also number 1."

Mickey: "Does that mean I'm the best?"

Sir Ector: "The last number 1 was a coffeepot dalmatian."

Mickey: "Coffeepot Dalmatian?"

Hercules: "Coffeepot Dalmatian is just a nickname for a Dalmatian who owns a boiler that points up in the air. Like those things people make coffee in. The Coffeepot Dalmatians used to look after one of the branch lines, but they don't work there now. Although, I think the last one might still be in a corner."

Sir Ector: "Stop chatting and bring me my flowers!"

Hercules: "You'd better do it, Mickey. I have some pirates to take today."

Mickey: "But I thought we were going to be working together."

Hercules: "We are. Just not all the time."

Sir Ector: "My flowers!"

Mickey Meets Abigail and Amelia

Amelia: (Yelps)

Abigail: "I say. Where are you taking us?"

Mickey: "To Sir Ector. It's time for the express run."

Abigail and Amelia: "But we're not the express flowers."

Abigail: "I'm Abigail and she is Amelia."

Amelia: "And the express flowers are in the other corners."

Mickey: "Oh, I'm terribly sorry your ladyships. You see I'm new around here. I'm Mickey."

Abigail: "What a sweet little mouse."

Amelia: "Indeed, Abigail. Delightful!"

Abigail: "He'll go far, Amelia. Just you wait and see."

Mickey's Work in the Yard

Narrator: "Mickey wasn't used to working in the yard on his own. It was very busy all day long."

Donald: "Here's Donald!"

Abigail: "Oh, Donald! Careful!"

Mickey: "Do you smell something smokey, Donald? Like a burning smell?"

Donald: "No. Not really. Nothing out of the ordinary."

Baloo: "Hello, Mickey."

Mickey: "Hello, Baloo. Um, Baloo, can I ask you something? Did you really hide in a tunnel because of some rain?"

Baloo: "Yes, Mickey, I did."

Mickey: "But, well, rain is just water. The same as you drink. So, how could you be afraid of it?"

Baloo: "I don't know, Mickey. I can't explain about it. I just am. And I don't like being teased about it."

Mickey: "But I'm not teasing, Baloo. I was just asking. I mean, you can't stop the rain and you don't want to go around worrying all the time."

Baloo: "Oh, I don't worry all the time, Mickey. I hardly worry at all when it's sunny."

Mickey: "Huh?"

Mickey and Sir Ector

Narrator: "The next morning, Mickey found it hard to wake up. His stamina was low and there was not enough strength."

Baloo: "You need to wake up, Mickey. It's nearly time for the express run. Sir Ector will be waiting for his flowers."

Narrator: "At last, Mickey started."

Mickey: "Oh dear, oh dear! Must get going, must get going!"

Sir Ector: "Hurry up, you."

Mickey: "Hurry up yourself!"

Sir Ector: "Hmm, yes, I will."

Narrator: "Sir Ector hadn't forgiven Mickey for waking him up from his nap. He started up so quickly that there wasn't time to unhook Mickey."

Stationmaster: "Hold up!"

Mickey: "Stop! Stop!"

Sir Ector: (Laughs) "Come on, keep up."

Narrator: "Poor Mickey was going faster than he had ever gone before."

Mickey: "Stop! Stop!"

Sir Ector: "Hurry, hurry, hurry!"

Narrator: "He was out of breath, and his feet hurt him, but he had to go on."

Mickey: "Hercules!"

Hercules: "Mickey!"

Pirates: "Oh, ow, ow!"

Sir Ector: "Express Flowers coming through!"

Mickey: "Ohhh!"

Sir Ector: (Laughs)

Announcer: "The character now approaching the station is the 817 express to Vicarstown."

Sir Ector: "Oh, yes!"

Mickey: (Panting)

Sir Ector: "Well, little Mickey, now you know what hard work is like." (Laughs)

Narrator: "Poor Mickey walked slowly away to rest, and had a long, long drink."

Mickey Meets Captain and Frou-Frou

Narrator: "The next day, he was back in the yard again."

Mickey: "It's not fair! All the Disney characters get to take loads except for me. I never go anywhere.

I wonder where those two are meant to be going.

Wake up, lazybones!"

Captain: "Frou-Frou!"

Frou-Frou: "Captain!"

Captain and Frou-Frou: "Emergency!"

Captain: "Where's the accident?"

Frou-Frou: "Is a Disney character off the road?"

Captain: "Or is it a breakdown?"

Frou-Frou: "A fire?"

Captain: "A bridge out?"

Mickey: "No, no, no, no. I, um, well, I was wondering where you were going. That's all."

Amelia: "Mickey, over here."

Mickey: "Sorry to disturb you."

Frou-Frou: "Disturb us?"

Captain: "A false alarm?"

Frou-Frou: "Emergency never disturb us, do they, Captain?"

Captain: "Only you don't to go around wasting time just in case we're needed."

Amelia: "You mustn't touch those horses."

Abigail: "That's the breakdown gang."

Mickey: "But why are they in the yard if they're not meant to be arranged. Don't they ever go anywhere?"

Amelia: "Only in emergencies."

Abigail: "Like when a poor helpless goose needs lifting back onto the road."

Captain: (Yawns)

Frou-Frou: (Snoring)

Mickey: "Okay. I won't bother them again.


Donald: "Ta-da! You can take my pirates away now, Mickey. I'm ready for my geese."

Abigail and Amelia: "Oh!"

Abigail: "You're such a show-off, Donald."

Donald: "Maybe I am. But you just wait and see if Professor Porter doesn't give me my own branch line soon."

Mickey: (Sniffs) "Hmm... There's that burning smell again."

Donald: "Huh?" (Blows smoke away)

Mickey's Flowers

Narrator: "One morning, Baloo wasn't feeling well. He wouldn't come out of the house."

Mickey: "Is it because you think it might rain today, Baloo?"

Baloo: "No, Mickey. I think there's something wrong with my body. I might not be able to take my flowers today."

Mickey: "Maybe your body needs warming up. I'll go and fetch your flowers."

(Mickey humming)

Hercules: "What are you so happy about today, Mickey?"

Mickey: "If Baloo doesn't come, I might get to take his flowers."

Hercules: "It's not as easy as you think, Mickey. Taking flowers is hard work."

Narrator: "Mickey waited and waited, but, still, Baloo didn't come."

Professor Porter: "Uh. You'll have to find another character."

Stationmaster: "There's only Mickey, sir."

Professor Porter: "Hmm, you'll have to do it, Mickey. Be quick now."

Mickey: "Yes, sir, sir."

Narrator: "Mickey raced around to the front of the flowers, and backed up to them with a bump."

Professor Porter: "Oh! Don't be impatient now, Mickey. Wait until everything is ready."

Narrator: "But Mickey was far too excited and not really listening.

Mickey heard the guard's whistle. So he took off before his flowers could be hooked up."

Professor Porter: "Hey, uh, Mickey! Stop! Come back!"

Mickey: "I'm doing it, I'm doing it! I'm taking flowers."

Donald: "Mickey, where are you going? I thought you were working in the yard."

Mickey: "Can't you see I'm taking flowers, Donald?"

Donald: "Hmm."

Mickey: "Hercules says it's hard to take flowers, but I think it's easy."

Signalman: "Right, yep. Okay. What?"

Signalmen: "Quick, come on. Oy, hey! Mickey! Mickey!"

Mickey: "They're please to see me. They've never seen me taking flowers before. It's nice of them to wave.

Oh, bother! That red signal means danger. I have to stop. What a nuisance signals are."

Signalman: "Hello, Mickey. What are you doing here?"

Mickey: "I'm taking my very first flowers. Can't you see?"

Signalman: "Really? Then, where are your flowers?"

Mickey: (Gasp) "Oh no!"

Narrator: "Back at the station, all the passengers were talking at once, telling Professor Porter what a bad land it was."

Professor Porter: "Uh, please, everybody. Please, calm down. We will find another character as soon as we..."

(Mickey arrives back at the station)

Mickey: "I'm sorry, sir. I really am."

Professor Porter: "I did say to wait till everything was ready, Mickey."

Narrator: "This time, Mickey waited to be hooked up and for the passengers to climb on board."

Mickey: "Ready?"

Professor Porter: "Yes, Mickey. Now, we're ready."

Mickey: (Grunting and panting as he leaves the station)

Narrator: "The other characters thought it was very funny when they heard the story of Mickey's flowers."

Sir Ector: "I'm glad you come to work in our town, Mickey. You always give us something funny to laugh about."

Mickey: "Professor Porter will never let me take flowers again. But I want to go places and do things. I want to..."

Sir Ector and Donald: "See the world!" (Laugh)

Hercules: "Don't be sad, Mickey. If you really want to go out, why don't you take my pirates tomorrow? I can take over in the yard if you'd like."

Mickey: "Really? Would you do that, Hercules, for me?"

Hercules: "Yes, Mickey. I would. Now let's get some sleep. Okay?"

Mickey (Whispering): "Oh, Hercules, I wish it was morning."

Mickey and the Pirates

Narrator: "The next morning, Mickey could hardly contain his excitement."

Mickey: "Is it these ones? Is it those? Which pirates are they, Hercules?"

Hercules: "Those changelings, Mickey. But wait, I need to tell you something."

Mickey: "I know, I know. I have to be hooked up before I go. You don't have to tell me. I've learned my lesson."

Pirates: "Ow! Oy! Give it a rest!"

Hercules: "Troublesome pirates can play tricks on you, Mickey. It's not the same as in the yard. They'll push you off the road if you're not careful."

Mickey: "Don't be silly. You worry too much, Hercules, like Baloo."

The characters always think they are so clever

And so they like to bump the pirates around

They bump them in the corners, they bump them in the yards

They better beware, they better take care

They better be on their guard...

Hercules: "Mickey, be careful!"

Mickey pulls the pirates along the road

He's happy and he thinks it's going fine

The pirates all start to moan

They rattle and they groan

Look out, Mickey!

Watch out, Mickey!

That's a warning sign!

Mickey: "Come along, come along!"

Before long, Mickey comes to Sir Ector's Hill

It's hard work and he really has to pull

Pirates: "Hold back, hold back!"

But soon he's at the top

And then he just can't stop

On! On! On!

The pirates go faster still

Because those Troublesome Pirates will get the characters every time,

Troublesome Pirates will run the characters off the road.

They push them here, push them there, until they go too fast,

Then they push them once again, laughing while they crash...

Troublesome Pirates will get the characters every time,

Troublesome Pirates will run the characters off the road.

They don't care how big they are, to them it's just a game...

Those Troublesome Pirates, will get them all the same

They don't care how big they are, to them it's just a game...

Those Troublesome Pirates, will get them all the same

Mickey: "Ooh!"

Professor Porter: "Mickey! What are you doing here? And why did you come in so fast?"

Mickey: "I brought Hercules' pirates for him, sir. But they were pushing me."

Professor Porter: "You've a lot to learn about pirates, little Mickey. That's why I asked Hercules to bring these pirates and not you. If you're not prepared to be patient and learn how to do things properly, I'll have to keep you in the house."

Mickey: (Gasp) "No, sir. Please, sir. I want to learn. I want to be a really useful mouse."

Mickey Helps Baloo with his Fear

Narrator: "Professor Porter was not just cross with Mickey.

He was cross with Hercules too. He told both his characters that they'd have to stay in the yard until Mickey could learn as much about pirates as Hercules."

Mickey: "I'm sorry, Hercules. This is all my fault."

Hercules: "Never mind, Mickey. At least we're working together again."

Mickey: "Who's meant to be taking these flowers?"

(Gasp) "Baloo!"

Hercules: "Mickey, where are you going now? You're meant to stay in the yard."

Narrator: "Mickey was hurrying back to the house to find Baloo."

Mickey: "Baloo, your passengers are waiting."

Baloo: "You take the flowers, Mickey. You like taking flowers."

Mickey: "No, Baloo. They're your flowers. And besides, Hercules and I have to stay in the yard."

Baloo: "Well, I have to stay in the house. It's raining, Mickey. A lot."

Mickey: "But, Baloo, don't you want to take your flowers? Don't you want to hurry along the road, like..."

Baloo: "Ahhh!"

Mickey: "It's only water, Baloo. Come on. Just little drops of water. That's what rain is; water."

Baloo: "Eh. Like I drink?"

Mickey: "Exactly! Your passengers are waiting, Baloo. See? Only water. It washes right off."

Baloo: (Giggles, then gulps and then giggles more) "Only water. Just water." (Laughs more)

Donald's Runaway

Narrator: "Mickey worked hard in the yard now. He knew that he wasn't as clever as he had thought. Besides, he wanted to learn all about pirates and flowers to be a really useful mouse."

Hercules: "Professor Porter is coming by this afternoon, Mickey, to see how you're getting on."

Mickey: "I'm getting on okay now. Aren't I?"

Hercules: "Of course, you are. I think you nearly know as much about pirates as I do now."

Mickey: "Ooh! Uh-oh."

Hercules: "Almost."

Mickey: "I meant to do that."

Mickey and Hercules: (Laugh)

Donald: "Help! They're pushing me! They're pushing me!"

Pirates: "On! On! On!"

Mickey: "Donald!"

Hercules: "Mickey! Mickey! Come back! Oh."

Donald: "Ahhhhhh! Oh dear! Help! Help! Help!"

Pirates: "On! On! On! Faster! Faster!"

Donald: "I don't want to go any faster.

My webbed feet! No! Stop! I want to stop!

Whoa! Mickey!"

Mickey: "Use your brakes! Use your brakes!"

Donald: "I can't! My webbed feet are on fire! They're made of wood!"

Mickey: (Gasp) "I'm going to try to hook up behind you, Donald! I'm going to try to slow you down."

Donald: "Whoa! Hurry, Mickey!"

Pirates: "Hurry! Hurry! Hurry!"

Mickey: "Hook me up! Hook me up! I need to slow Donald down."

Guard: "Uh, right."

Mickey: "Oh no! Try again! Try again!"

Guard: "Right."

Mickey: "We mustn't give up! We have to try!"

Guard: "Faster, faster!"

Donald: "Ahhhhh!


Mickey: (Gasps)

Donald: "Ahhhhhhh! No! I'm coming off the road!"

Pirates: "Whoa! Oh!"

Mickey: "Oh!" (Gasps)

"Hercules was right. Pirates can run a Disney character right off the road."

Donald: (Moaning)

Mickey: "Stay right there, Donald. I'll go and get help."

Mickey and the Breakdown Gang

Professor Porter: "Was that Mickey?"

Mickey: "Wake up! Wake up! Emergency!"

Captain: "Frou-Frou!"

Frou-Frou: "Captain!"

Captain and Frou-Frou: "Emergency!"

Mickey: "Donald is off the road. His webbed feet were on fire."

Captain: "Right!"

Frou-Frou: "We're ready!"

Captain: "Crew up!"

Frou-Frou: "Let's go!"

Professor Porter: "Mickey! What do you think you're..."

Mickey: "Sorry, sir. But this is an emergency!"

Pirates: "Oh dear. Go gently. Go gently."

Mickey: "I hope this will teach you troublesome pirates a lesson."

Captain: "Have you got him at the front there, Frou-Frou?"

Frou-Frou: "Yes, Captain. Ready to lift."

Captain: "Me too. Let's go!"

Donald: "Whoa! Oh."

Captain: "You're alright. You're alright."

Frou-Frou: "We've got you."

Narrator: "At last, Donald was lifted safely onto the road. Professor Porter had come to make sure everyone was okay."

Professor Porter: "Well done, Mickey! Now, I'd like you to take Donald to the works. Do you know the way?"

Mickey: "Yes, sir. I do, sir. It's where I was painted black."

Professor Porter: "That's right."

Everyone: "Hooray! Whoo-hoo!"

Narrator: "That night, the other characters were very happy to see Mickey indeed."

Hercules: "Well done, Mickey! Today, you really were the best Disney character."

Narrator: "Even Sir Ector seemed impressed."

Baloo: "What you did was terrific!"

Professor Porter: "Really useful. That's what I'd say. Donakd shall have new webbed feet, a bit of repair here and there, and new feathers. And you, Mickey, due to your unselfish, bravery and heroism, you have shown yourself worthy of having your own branch line."

Mickey: (Gasps) "My own branch line?"

Baloo: "Bravo!"

Hercules: "Congratulations, Mickey!"

Sir Ector: "But who will fetch our flowers for us, sir? Big Disney Characters are not meant to arrange."

Professor Porter: "I don't know, Sir Ector. Perhaps you'll have to fetch your own until I can get another small Disney Character like Mickey."

Sir Ector: "But, but,"

Mickey, Hercules and Baloo: (Laugh)

The Ending

Narrator: "A few days later, a duck came into the yard that Mickey and Hercules had never seen before."

Donald: (Clears throat)

Mickey: "Donald? Is that really you?"

Donald: "Of course it is. How do you like my new white feathers?"

Mickey: "Wow, Donald. You look splendid!"

Donald: "I know. I'm ready for my geese."

Abigail: "We're Mickey's geese now, Donald."

Amelia: "That's right. And he's got his very own branch line too."

Hercules: "Off to see the world now, Mickey?"

Mickey: "Yes, Hercules. I am."

Sir Ector: (Snoring)

Mickey: (Whistles)

Sir Ector: "Ahh!"

Mickey: "Wake up, lazybones! Really useful mouse coming through!"

Sir Ector: "Oh, the indignity."

He's a really useful mouse, you know

Professor Porter, well, he told him so

Now he's got a branch line

To call his very own

He's the really useful mouse we adore

He's the one, he's the one

He's the really useful mouse that we adore

He's the one, he's the number one

Mickey Mouse

Pongo: "Oh! You must be the new number 1."

Mickey: "I'm Mickey."

Pongo: "Well, look after the branch line, Mickey. And wear that number with pride."

Mickey: "Don't worry, Mr. Coffeepot Dalmatian. I will! You can count on me."

Pongo: "Uh, but, I'm not Mr. Coffeepot Dalmatian. My name is Pongo."

He's a really useful mouse, you know

Professor Porter, well, he told him so

Now he's got a branch line

To call his very own

He's the really useful mouse we adore

He's the one, he's the one

He's the really useful mouse that we adore

He's the one, he's the number one

Mickey Mouse

Little mouse, he's always there

Whenever you need a hand

If you need help with a situation

Who comes into mind

He's the one, he's the one

He's the really useful mouse that we adore

He's the one, he's the number one

Mickey Mouse

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