Minnie Visits Daisy
Studio: Disney Television Animation Release Date : March 16, 2000 Series: Minnie Mouse
Cumulative rating: No Ratings Posted


Minnie decides to visit Daisy and bring one of her "famous" apple pies, but can't seem to get Daisy's attention when she comes knocking on the door.
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Minnie Mouse
(Voice: Russi Taylor)
Daisy Duck
(Voice: Tress MacNeille)



Tony Craig
Roberts "Bobs" Gannaway

Story Editor

Kevin D. Campbell


Tracy Berna

Technical Specifications

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From Rich Bellacera :

Minnie Visits Daisy, would, I assume be a reversal of the Daisy Visits Minnie cartoon. Patrick was right. I rewatched Daisy's Road Trip and it really didn't grate on me as much the second time around. I still prefer the Daisy from "Quack Pack", but the bossy, self-centered Daisy does have some roots in early Donald Duck cartoons, which is why she was paired with Donald in the first place. Anyhow, upon watching Minnie Visits Daisy Daisy managed to be just as annoying to Minnie as previously, only this time she didn't really have to try. While I thought Minnie ending up in jail was an odd twist, I see it as Minnie's lesson... i.e., she let her own ego get the best of her! She should have given up long ago! It was nice seeing Clara Cluck place an active role, and the REAL return of Chief O'Hara (the spot in the Holloween cartoon a couple of weeks ago had Huey, Dewey & Louie disguising themselves as O'Hara briefly). I'm enjoying the presence of comicbook characters like O'Hara and the Blot! I hope to see more.

From David Gonterman :

It was titled to be a 'revenge' story from Daisy Visits Minnie but it only turns out to be living proof that Minnie has a bigger relationship with her trainer than her relationship with Mickey - Damage to Minnie: Multiple konks on the head, several falls, two drownings followed by beachings, harassment with 3 species of sea life including two face-hugging starfish, running through someone's house - even if it's self-inflicted, it counts - and finally getting arrested along with her famous apple pie. At least her own kitchen survived.

From Juan F. Lara :

More fun with Daisy... Actually, Minnie's troubles had as much to do with her single-mindedness about delivering the pie as with Daisy's inconsideration. It's interesting for Minnie to have this character flaw in contrast to her usual pleasant nature. It was worth the experiment to see how Minnie would fare as a cartoon violence victim. But in this short Minnie's pratfalls didn't work for me. The reason why she was determined to see Daisy was inane. Also, the gag sequences were uninspired. The short featured a contrived reference to Stomp, and a couple of pratfalls of Minnie that were clumsily staged. The ending reminded me of how much I dislike Daisy's inconsiderate personality, leaving me feeling bad about this short. BTW: At least we saw Daisy's house for the first time. The short also featured a first time cameo by Clara Cluck.

From Patrick Malone :

I believe that "Daisy's Sun Tan Oil" may also be the first brand name product in this series not featuring the "Ajax" brand.

From Lee Suggs :

Once again the impossible Daisy drives Minnie to disaster. Minnie is determined to have Daisy try her famous apple pie. (Why are all of Minnie's dishes famous?) Her attempts to get Daisy's attention are amusing, and this is the first time I remember Minnie being the victim of so much violence. The short adds complexity to Minnie's character (she's just a little obsessive about that pie) and her reward for her efforts is surprising. A good if not great short.

From Eric Lehmann :

Great cartoon! I like the part in which Minnie goes to jail...as does the pie, because Minnie nearly destroyed Daisy's house.

From Sasha :

I love this! All Minnie Mouse cartoons are the best!