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Minnie Mouse coloring pages

Minnie Mouse Coloring Pages will introduce children to the charming heroine of the fascinating Walt Disney cartoons. The cute mouse is a close friend of Daisy the duck. And Minnie is Mickey Mouse’s lover! For the first time the beauty Minnie appeared in the “Crazy Airplane” series. It was back in 1928. Minnie Mouse, who will meet in the coloring book, loves to have fun, sing and dance. And Minnie is also a real fashionista: children all over the world are used to her bright dresses, pumps and fluffy bows! In addition, the mouse is very caring and kind. However, if Minnie is faced with a rude attitude or disorder, her gentle disposition is replaced by anger!

Minnie Mouse loves to sing, dance and dress beautifully – she became famous all over the world thanks to her polka-dot dresses and pumps. And most of all Minnie loves to spend time with her lover Mickey.

Romantic, sweet and considerate Minnie tirelessly cares for her friends and pets. However, her kindness and gentle disposition can easily be replaced by anger if Minnie is faced with rudeness, narcissism or … disorder.


She bears the name “Minerva Mouse“, in honor of the ancient Roman goddess Minerva.

Minnie Mouse first appeared in the 1928 animated short Airplane Crazy. During the first year, the character was voiced by Walt Disney himself.

In the town square in Fairy Kingdom, there is a statue of Disney’s Roy Oliver sitting on a bench next to Minnie Mouse.

On January 22, 2018, Minnie Mouse was awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame with the wording “For her roles in cartoons, and for her outstanding influence on fashion since her debut appearance on the screens, in honor of the 90th anniversary.”

Appearance description

Since its inception, Minnie has reflected the influences of the youth culture of the time, in particular, the love of red. Regardless, she was supposed to appear in blue and green outfits. In Iverks’ early black and white cartoons, she has a large rectangular patch over her tail.

In 1940, Minnie’s outfit was revised: a large bow replaced the hat on her head, and even small bows appeared on her shoes. Her eyes also became clearer. Throughout the forties and fifties, its appearance was conservative. In everyday life, Minnie wears a red dress and a red bow with white polka dots and yellow shoes. Minnie has worn many swimwear, but the most common and elegant one is a red two-piece swimsuit with a skirt and a red bow with white polka dots.


Minnie is cool, fun and feminine. She is filled to the brim with love and affection, sweet to almost everyone she comes across, and can usually see beauty in most things. Minnie’s kindness is sometimes exploited by other characters, but Minnie appreciates her good-natured spirit as it often brings happiness to others, something she strives to accomplish regularly. she is empathetic enough in this regard, to the point that she will take other people’s problems and try to fix them herself, even if that someone may be her enemy.

Intelligent and sophisticated, Minnie often serves as the “voice of reason” among her friends, especially in the House of Mouse. Throughout the episode, Minnie repeatedly took responsibility for hectic situations, usually as a result of Mickey’s inability to deal with too much pressure despite being a co-owner of the club. This is so true that Minnie became especially offended when Mickey believed she couldn’t cope with such a mundane task as passing through the basement of the club (of course, a very large basement). Minnie is capable, and even serving as a “damsel in trouble” under the hands of the villainous Pete, Minnie would often take revenge if given the chance, thus helping Mickey in taking down the villain and saving the day in the Mickey Mouse episode Minnie sometimes got into trouble, which Mickey tried his best to save her – by the time he finds her, however, he learns that she was able to handle the situation on her own

However, Minnie is not without her weaknesses. She can be passive at times, which causes her to deal with an excessive amount of tomfoolery at the hands of her friends, she can also be extremely stubborn and does not take orders (or even advice) from anyone, always going by her own rules and doing that. what she thinks is best. While this is a positive trait that makes her independent and confident, it also makes her act reckless and intrusive, at least until she realizes what problems she caused.

Minnie is also outspoken when dealing with opponents. She is intolerant of any kind of rudeness or bullying, especially when bullying is associated with misogynistic and prejudiced points of view. And while she can be passive at times, Minnie also has her limits; she loses her temper at Daisy many times for her diva and Mickey attitude for his occasional selfishness. Her aggression is also regularly shown when Mortimer Mouse is involved as she will happily make a fool out of a rodent for his constant pursuit

In fact, Minnie is a lover of life, nature, her friends and, most importantly, Mickey, who serves not only as her boyfriend, but also her best friend. Because she believes in “true love” commonly found in fairy tales, Minnie is quite dreamy and quirky (as opposed to her more serious side), for which she is completely irreconcilable.


First appearance

In 1928, Walt Disney and Ab Iwerks created Mickey Mouse as a replacement for Oswald the Rabbit. But Mickey couldn’t be alone. Among Oswald’s few character traits was his desire for love. Thus, to emulate his predecessor in flirting, Mickey Mouse needed a sweetheart. She was Minnie Mouse.

Minnie Mouse first appeared in the cartoon “Airplane Crazy”. In the story, Mickey Mouse invited Minnie to join his first flight on an airplane. She accepted the invitation, but refused Mickey when he offered her a kiss in the middle of the flight. This cartoon showed Minnie Mouse to be quite resistant to the love shown by her lovers.

1928-1940 years

The next cartoon, which featured Mickey and Minnie, was “The Gallopin ‘Gaucho” (Gallop on an ostrich). Minnie is at the Cantina Argentina bar and restaurant located in the Pampas of Argentina. She performs tango for Mickey, who plays the gaucho, and Pete, who is outlawed. Both flirt with her, but Pete kidnaps her. Mickey Mouse frees her from the villain. All three characters were portrayed as if they had met in the cartoon for the first time.

Steamboat Willie became the third cartoon with Mickey and Minnie Mouse. Pete was the captain of the steamer, Mickey was the crew, and Minnie was the passenger. Two anthropomorphic mice became the first stars of sound cartoons. Most of the cartoon they played music with a melody reminiscent of “Turkey in the Straw”.

The next cartoon, in which Minnie participated, was “Mickey’s Foolies” (Mickey’s Foolishness). In the cartoon, the melody “Minnie’s Yoo Hoo” was first shown. The song later became the theme song for many cartoons featuring Mickey Mouse.

Mickey Mouse’s last appearance on the screen in 1929 was associated with the cartoon “Wild Waves” (Stormy waves). The strong waves dragged Minnie out to sea. She panicked and seemed to start drowning. Mickey saved her, but Minnie hadn’t recovered from her shock yet. Mickey Mouse, trying to cheer her up, began humming the tune of the sea ballad “Rocked in the Cradle of the Deep”. The story ends when Minnie Mouse is in good spirits. This was the second, but not the last cartoon, in which Minnie was in danger and was rescued by Mickey Mouse.

In the second half of the 1930s, Minnie began to appear on the screen less often. This is due to the growing popularity of Mickey’s new friends – Goofy and Donald Duck – who partially replaced Minnie Mouse. Her appearances in the Mickey Mouse cartoons have diminished, but she nonetheless played several major roles in Pluto and Figaro the kitten cartoons.

Later years

Minnie Mouse’s original comeback came in 1983, when she played the role of Emily Cratchit in Mickey’s A Christmas Carol. She also played a small cameo in Who Framed Roger Rabbit.

In 2004, the cartoon The Three Musketeers: Mickey, Donald, Goofy was released, in which Minnie Mouse took part. She played the princess of France, whose lover was the musketeer, Mickey Mouse. Interestingly, in this cartoon Minnie is presented with bangs that are not found in later Disney films.

Minnie currently appears in every episode of The Mickey Mouse Club.

Interesting Facts about Minnie Mouse coloring pages

  • Like Mickey, Minnie‘s ears are always facing the same direction, no matter which way she is looking.
  • According to Mortimer Mouse, Minnie is his ex-girlfriend who dumped him.
  • Minnie’s voice actress, Rassi Taylor, was married to Mickey’s voice actor, Wayne Allwine. Due to Allwane’s death in 2009, she is widowed.
    After Wayne’s death, the Russian was said to have found it extremely difficult to go back to recordings for Minnie during the first few recordings after he left.
  • Minnie is sometimes referred to as an unofficial member of the Disney Princess and has been included in some of the franchise’s content.
  • The comic book history “Shine” by Merrill de Maris and Floyd Gottfredson first gave her the full name as “Minerva Mouse”. Since then, “Minerva” has become a permanent pseudonym for her. In French translations, Minerva is her middle name, making her the full name Minnie Minerva Mouse; in this case, Minnie is one of three Disney icons that officially have a middle name (the other Mickey Mouse, whose name was given as Michelle Mouse in cartoons and Michael Mouse in French comics, and Donald Duck, whose full name was revealed as Donald Fauntleroy Duck ).
  • Minnie appeared in concept art for Epic Mickey, but did not appear in the game itself (and she is never mentioned by Mickey). There was also no mention of her in Epic Mickey 2, but she appeared in Epic Mickey: Power of Illusion and appeared in one of the projectors at the end of Epic Mickey 2.
  • According to Walt Disney, Mickey and Minnie Mouse have never been married on screen. But, in 1933, during an interview with Film Pictorial, Walt said, “In private Mickey is married to Minnie … It really boils down to Minnie being his main character.”
  • Minnie’s eyes are usually longer and wider than Mickey’s, and his smile is slightly shorter and more closed than his. However, these details were not used in the earliest cartoons and some comics.
  • In the hit ABC television series Once Upon a Time, several Minnie and Mickey figurines can be seen, especially at the Mr. Gold pawnshop.
  • Minnie was used alongside Mickey in the 1930 Aesop fables cartoon called “The Errand Boy” and again in the 1931 Aesop fables cartoon called “Little Red Riding Hood” after Walt Disney acknowledged the influence of this animated series, which had been around even before Mickey was even created. But Walt sued his creator Paul Terry for “plagiarizing” his character, which led to Aesop’s fables ending in 1933.
  • It has been officially announced that Minnie shares the same birthday as Mickey Mouse (November 18). This is debatable, however, as the numerous stories that take place on Mickey’s birthday do not mention that it is also Minnie’s birthday and vice versa.
  • In Japanese Disney theme parks, it is more likely to find Minnie Mouse ears instead of Mickey Mouse ears.
  • Minnie has over two hundred outfits.
  • Mickey, or Michelle, means “one who is like God,” and Minnie or Minerva is the name of the Roman “goddess.” However, this surprising coincidence is probably not foreseen.
  • She is one of the few Disney characters to receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
  • Bob Iger once called Minnie “the official first lady of the Walt Disney Company”
  • Although Minnie does not appear in Legend of the Three Caballeros, she is briefly mentioned by Daisy in the episode Mexico à Go-Go.

Download and print coloring pages with Minnie

Minnie was first voiced by Walt Disney, who was also the original voice of Mickey Mouse. Disney actress Marjorie Ralston voiced her in a cartoon in 1929. Then, from 1929 to 1939, she was voiced by Marcellin Garner. Then, from 1941 to 1942, and on the radio program The Mickey Mouse Theater of Air, she was voiced by Thelma Boardman. Thereafter, from 1942 to 1952, Ruth Clifford provided the voice for the character. Janet Waldo voiced Minnie in the 1974 Disneyland Album, performed by The Walt Disney Players. Rassi Taylor has been voicing Minnie since 1986.

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