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Use the Mickey stencil piece as a pattern for first cutting out a rectangle from black paper. Then, with the template piece atop the black cutout, fold the two layers in half vertically, as shown, and cut along the face outline to create a Mickey stencil.

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He is an obnoxious and arrogant mouse who fancies Minnie Mouse. Mortimer made his animated debut in the short Mickey's Rivaland has been battling Mickey for Minnie's affections ever since.

Contents Background Personality Mortimer is said to be Minnie's ex-boyfriend and she possibly left him due to his nature. He is very arrogant and rude, the total opposite of his rival. Not only that, he attempts to flirt with any female character on screen, which might also indicate the reason the relationship between him and Minnie was abolished.

Also, Mortimer can be rather sexist as seen in " Mickey's Rival Returns " where he feels that Minnie is only a prize to be won. Aside from his cocky and sexist attitude, Mortimer proves to be, time and time again, rather intelligent and crafty. On many occasions, he's managed to manipulate Mickey into a scheme that'd end in the downfall of his relationship with Minnie.

For instance, in " Big House Mickey ", Mortimer managed to fool the town's government into arresting Mickey mouse paper. This shows that perhaps Mortimer does hold a softer side, and wouldn't mind becoming friends with Mickey if the latter also wanted to let bygones be bygones.

However, this softer side was never revealed again, due to either Mickey revealing the truth about the mix up, infuriating Mortimer, or more likely because the entire thing was used as a comical gag. Mortimer has one catchphrase, "Ha-cha-cha," which he has used since his reintroduction in Mickey Mouse Works.

In some of the comics he says it differently; "Hot-Cha-Cha. Unlike his rival, Mortimer has whiskers, and ears that are longer than Mickey's, perhaps to give him a more rodent-like appearance. He has feet the size of Goofy's. Unlike most of the other mouse characters, however, you can see two large teeth close together, like a real rodent.

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Mortimer usually wears a long-sleeved shirt and baggy pants with two buttons in the front like Mickey'sbut sometimes he also wears a porkpie hat. History When Walt Disney was in the process of creating Mickey Mousehe suggested the name of his new character to be Mortimer Mouse.

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However, his wife, Lillian Disneyfelt the name sounded too pompous, and suggested naming him Mickey, instead. Years later, when developing a new short, the name Mortimer was put to use for a new character, an antagonistic rival of Mickey's for Minnie's affections.

Though best known for animation, Mortimer actually makes his first public appearance in comics. He in different languages at least made his first appearance in that medium six years before his animated debut.

In this first incarnation, he was called Mr. Slicker and the Egg Robbers. Mortimer as he appeared in his animated debut Mickey's Rival. In his first animated appearance, Mickey's RivalMortimer was driving by and notice Mickey and Minnie as they were having a picnic.

Minnie is thrilled to see Mortimer once again. As soon as Mortimer walks up, Mickey already knows he is bad news just as Mortimer does not like Mickey at all so he attempts to humiliate Mickey and when Mickey shows Minnie how upset he is Minnie states that he is just jealous.

Mortimer then tries to impress Minnie by annoying a bull that is over a fence. The plan works until the bull finds a way out.

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Mortimer rushes and drives away in his car and leaves Mickey to rescue Minnie who eventually remembers why she left Mortimer in the first place. Since then, in most of his appearances, Mortimer's voice has been provided by Maurice LaMarchewhich is said to be an exaggerated impression of comedian Jon Lovitz.

Here, Mortimer is the snooty, profound and wealthy owner of Mortimer's Department Store, and he speaks with a profound tone. His design is noticeably different here; he does not have his buck teeth and is drawn with a mustache instead of his usual whiskers.

Minnie Mouse and Daisy Duck are notable employees of the store, and judging by Minnie's low-budget lifestyle, he does not pay well. In Mortimer's brief scene, Minnie hopes to earn the Christmas bonus for her extra hard work, so that she may pay for a wonderful present for Mickey.

However, Mortimer only gives her a fruitcake, leaving Minnie without money to buy the gift. In this series, Mortimer returned to animation as a recurring antagonist to Mickey, now drawn to match his redesign in the comic strip see below. Mortimer's first appearance in the series was the cartoon " Mickey's Rival Returns ".With its deal to acquire entertainment assets from 21st Century Fox, Disney is close to snaring popular properties including ‘The Simpsons’ and ‘Avatar.’ Here is a look at marquee Fox.

Minnie Mouse is sweet, stylish, and enjoys dancing and singing. She especially loves to spend time with her lifelong sweetheart, Mickey. Celebrate a Disney trip or party with Mickey and Minnie Mouse Cookies! We love anything Disney and last fall after going to Disney World, I was inspired to make cute Mickey and Minnie Mouse Cookies!

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