“God, Minnie, you have always been a princess for me”
Minnie Mouse is a fictional character created in 1928 by Walt Disney. Minnie is an anthropomorphic mouse. She is portrayed by Mickey Mouse’s sweetheart, a close friend of Daisy Duck and Clarabel Cow. Sometimes it is called “Minerva Mouse”, in honor of the ancient Roman goddess Minerva. Minnie Mouse first appeared in the 1928 short film Crazy Aircraft. 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 screens in honor of the 90th anniversary”
She bears the name “Minerva Mouse”, in honor of the ancient Roman goddess Minerva.
Minnie Mouse first appeared in the 1928 short film Crazy Aircraft. During the first year of the character, Walt Disney himself voiced it.
On the town square in Fairy Kingdom, there is a statue of Roy Oliver Disney 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 screens in honor of the 90th anniversary”
Description of appearance
“Just imagine … He will enter the room; light will come from him. I will hear music, he will bring me flowers and knock me down! And I will know that he is the one who makes me laugh. ”
―Minnie dreamily fantasizes about her dream lover; giving an example of her romantic personality.
From the moment of her appearance, Minnie reflected the trends of the youth culture of that time, in particular, her love of red. Despite this, it was assumed that she should appear in blue and green outfits. In early Iverks black and white cartoons, she has a large rectangular patch on her underwear over her tail.
In 1940, Minnie’s outfit was revised: a hat on her head was replaced by a large bow, and even small bows appeared on her shoes. Her eyes also became more distinct. Throughout the forties and fifties, its appearance was conservative. In everyday life, Minnie wears a red sundress and a red bow with white polka dots and yellow shoes. Minnie wore many swimwear, but the most common and elegant one is a red separate swimsuit with a skirt and a red bow with white polka dots.
Minnie is cool, funny and feminine. She is filled to the brim with love and affection, sweet for almost everyone she encounters, 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, and this is what she seeks to regularly perform. she is sensitive enough in this regard, to such an extent that she will take other people’s problems and try to fix them herself, even if this someone may be her enemy.
Clever and sophisticated, Minnie often serves as the “voice of reason” among her friends, especially in the Mouse House. In the series, Minnie repeatedly claimed responsibility for troubled situations, usually as a result of Mickey’s inability to cope with too much pressure, despite being a co-owner of the club, which is so true that Minnie was especially offended when Mickey believed she couldn’t to 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 distress” under the hands of the villainous Pete, Minnie would often take revenge if she were given a chance, thus helping Mickey remove the villain and save the day in the Mickey Mouse series. Minnie sometimes got into trouble, to which Mickey tried his best to save her – by the time he finds her, however, he finds out that she was able to cope with the situation herself
However, Minnie is not without her weaknesses. She can be passive from time to time, which causes her to deal with an excessive amount of tomfoolery at the hands of her friends; she can also be extremely stubborn and do not accept orders (or even advice) from anyone, always following her own rules and doing something what she considers the best. Although it is a positive thing that it makes her independent and confident, it also makes her act recklessly and intrusively, at least until she understands what problems she caused
Minnie is also outspoken when dealing with opponents. She is intolerant of any kind of rudeness or intimidation, especially when the intimidation is related to misogynistic and biased points of view. And while she may be passive from time to time, Minnie also has her limits; she lost her temper many times with Daisy for her attitude of diva and Mickey for his occasional selfishness. Her aggression also manifests itself regularly when Mortimer Mouse is involved, as she will gladly make a fool out of a rodent for his constant harassment.