Maestro Minnie : Hungarian Rhapsody #6
Studio: Disney Television Animation Release Date : May 29, 1999 Series: Minnie Mouse
Cumulative rating:
(1 rating submitted)


Minnie's set on playing a classical piece ... while the instruments are set on something with a slightly different tempo.
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Minnie Mouse


Art Direction

Mike Moon

Music Sources

Liszt, Franz : "Hungarian Rhapsody No. 6 "


Mickey MouseWorks (Season 1, Episode 5)

Technical Specifications

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From Patrick Malone :

A fairly bland outing. Of all the "gag cartoon" shorts, this series has the best shot at becoming innocuous filler unless they take the step of giving Minnie more of a personality than is shown here. In this short, she is up another little instrument as in William Tell Overture but to less extravagant effect.

It seems to me that they can go two different ways with this series. Either let the rest of the orchestra go completely beserk and see what happens, or accentuate the more artistic aspects of it (ala the bach sequence in "Fantasia") which are actually quite good. As it is, they seem to be trying to mix the two and for me, at least, it's not working.

From J. D. Weil :

Minnie chases another rebel instrument around the orchestra; this time it's a violin. Is this how the series is going to run?

From David Gonterman :

The more I see these shorts, the more I like them. I'm even beginning to see that Maestro Tux as Minnie's answer of the Sailor Fuku. Damage to Minnie: Gets tangled up by a cello. There's a hentai remark but I won't say it. I don't want to get a personal taste of Minnie's answer to the Moon Scepter.