Miss Kitty Mouse

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Miss Kitty Mouse.

Miss Kitty Mouse is a fictional mouse character introduced in the 1986 Disney's film, The Great Mouse Detective. She was voiced by an uncredited Melissa Manchester.

Appearance[edit]

Miss Kitty Mouse is a mouse covered entirely in white fur, with sapphire-blue eyes, pale blue eye shadow, and pink lipstick. For her clothes, she wears a light blue top, a dark purple skirt, and a fuchsia shawl with a red button to clip it closed. Then sometime towards the middle of the song when she changes behind the curtain and reappears, she is shown without her shawl, wearing navy blue, elbow-length gloves. Removing her skirt, her top is revealed to be a light blue showgirl outfit with sky-blue feathers around the bottom. She also sports a sky-blue garter across her right leg, a blue bow and wears a pair of matching sky-blue shoes.

Overview[edit]

Miss Kitty Mouse appears in only one scene in The Great Mouse Detective, as a singer in a seedy tavern being investigated by the main characters. Her appearance on the stage is purely to calm the violent crowd, during which she sings Let Me be Good to You. Starting rather innocently in a modest outfit, she charms the crowd with her beauty, graceful dancing and soft voice before rapidly becoming a burlesque act, dancing suggestively during her routine. She then takes off her skirt, revealing her showgirl outfit, much to the excitement of the men in the audience who then try to grab her whilst singing. [1] It is because of Miss Kitty's appearance that has led some to brand The Great Mouse Detective as the most risque Disney film ever made.[2]

Background[edit]

Miss Kitty Mouse went uncredited in the film, and in some cases, she has been credited as simply Dancing Mouse. However, sources have stated that the character was given the name Miss Kitty Mouse on character sheets[3], and this name has since been used in the film's full credits on various movie websites.[4]

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