Mighty Mouse Cartoon Trivia Questions With Answers
Who created him?
A: By the Terrytoons studio for 20th Century Fox.
The character made its first appearance in what year?
A: 1942 (originally named Super Mouse).
Mighty Mouse appeared in how many theatrical films produced
between 1942 and 1961?
Who was the character was originally conceived by?
A: Paul Terry.
Mighty Mouse first appeared in 1942 in a theatrical
animated short titled what?
A: The Mouse of Tomorrow.
At first, Mighty Mouse was drawn wearing a blue costume
with red what?
A: Trunks and a red cape, similar to Superman.
Who was the first actor to provide the voice of Mighty
A: Roy Halee, Sr.
What did Mighty Mouse's super powers include?
A: Flight, super strength, and invulnerability.
In various films he has demonstrated the use of what kind
Mighty Mouse has also used a form of psychokinesis that
allows him to command inanimate objects and do what?
A: Turn back time.
Mighty Mouse has had how many recurring female leads?
In the cartoon shorts it was a mouse named what?
A: Pearl Pureheart.
Mighty Mouse's recurring arch-enemy is an evil villain
A: Oil Can Harry.
Early on, the formula of each story consists of a "what"
which needs extraordinary help to resolve?
At the decisive moment, Mighty Mouse does what?
A: Comes to the rescue.
In early appearances, Mighty Mouse would not appear until
A: Nearly three quarters of the way through the cartoon.
Beginning with "A Fight to the Finish" (1947), the story
line usually begins with Mighty Mouse and Pearl Pureheart already in a what?
A: A desperate situation.
The characters often sing what during these cartoons?
A: Mock opera songs.
Mighty Mouse sings tenor, Pearl is a soprano, and Oil Can
Harry is a what?
Mighty Mouse is also famous for singing what?
A: "Here I come to save the day!" when flying into action.
The early Mighty Mouse cartoons often portrayed Mighty
Mouse as a what?
A: A ruthless fighter.
What was one of Mighty Mouse's most frequent tactics?
A: To fly under the chin of an enemy and let loose a volley of blows.