The Great Mouse Detective

The Great Mouse Detective

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Overview

The Great Mouse Detective

The first Disney animated feature to make extensive use of computer technology, The Great Mouse Detective was based on the children's novel Basil of Baker Street by Eve Titus. The titular hero is Basil, a Holmes-like rodent (complete with deerstalker) who solves crimes in the company of his friend and chronicler Dr. Dawson. Basil and Dawson are retained by the daughter of a mouse toymaker who has been kidnapped by the diabolical Ratigan. The villain hopes to force the toymaker to construct a fake version of the queen who will grant power to the bad guy--or at least, for that part of the world behind the walls of London. Though nearly eliminated by Ratigan, Basil and Dawson trap the villain in the fast-moving mechanisms of Big Ben. By relying on computer animation, Disney was able to keep the budget of Great Mouse Detective down to a manageable size, thus earning back the losses incurred by the studio's previous cartoon feature, The Black Cauldron. Among the talented voice actors utilized in The Great Mouse Detective is Vincent Price, who plays guess what part? (Hint: he ain't Basil).

Product Details

Release Date: 04/13/2010
UPC: 0786936799408
Original Release: 1986
Rating: G
Source: Walt Disney Video
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Full Frame]
Sound: [Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
Time: 1:14:00
Sales rank: 9,666

Special Features

New "so you think you can sleuth" game; The making of The Great Mouse Detective; "The world's greatest criminal mind" sing-along song; Dylan & cole sprouse: blu-ray is suite!; Learn how to take your favorite movies on the go

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Val Bettin Dawson,Thug Guard
Eve Brenner Queen Moustoria
Candy Candido Fidget
Barrie Ingham Basil/Bartholomew
Susanne Pollatschek Olivia
Vincent Price Professor Ratigan
Alan Young Flaversham
Ellen Fitzhugh Bar Maid
Melissa Manchester Voice Only
Basil Rathbone Voice of Sherlock Holmes
Wayne Allwine Thug Guard
Tony Anselmo Thug Guard
Diana Chesney Mrs. Judson
Laurie Main Watson
Shani Wallis Lady Mouse
Walker Edmiston Thug Guard

Technical Credits
Ron Clements Director,Screenwriter
Burny Mattinson Director,Producer,Screenwriter
Dave Michener Director,Screenwriter
John Musker Director,Screenwriter
Ed Austin Cinematographer
Roy M. Brewer Editor
Hendel Butoy Animator
Ellen Fitzhugh Songwriter
Vance Gerry Screenwriter
Larry Grossman Songwriter
Mark Henn Animator
Steve Hulett Screenwriter
Jay Jackson Animator
Glen Keane Animator
Jay Lawton Musical Direction/Supervision
Melissa Manchester Songwriter
Henry Mancini Score Composer
James Melton Editor
Rob Minkoff Animator
Bruce M. Morris Screenwriter
Matthew O'Callaghan Screenwriter
Melvin Shaw Screenwriter
Guy Vasilovich Art Director
Pete Young Screenwriter

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- The Great Mouse Detective
1. Flaversham's Toy Shop/Opening Titles [:00]
2. Dr Dawson Finds Olivia [:00]
3. Olivia Tells Basil Her Story [:00]
4. "The World's Greatest Criminal Mind" [:02]
5. An Intriguing Case [:00]
6. Toby [:00]
7. Searching For Fidget [3:14]
8. Fidget Abducts Olivia [5:05]
9. Fidget's Bungle [2:47]
10. Elementary, Dr Dawson [2:47]
11. "Let Me Be Good to You" [8:03]
12. Ratigan's Secret Lair [:01]
13. Bye-Bye Basil/"Goodbye So Soon" [4:09]
14. Escape From Ratigan's Trap [5:27]
15. The Queen's Golden Jubilee [4:09]
16. The Chase Is On [2:23]
17. Inside the Clock [3:54]
18. Basil Victorious/End Credits [3:33]

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The Great Mouse Detective 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 14 reviews.
Curtina More than 1 year ago
I saw this film for the first time in the theaters with my father when I was about five years old, and I am as entranced watching it now at twenty-seven as I was then. This movie is what used to have us lining up for Disney back when we were kids- a film with lovable characters, a solid and engrossing plot, and most importantly a great story that the audience cannot help but be drawn into. It is, without a doubt, a much-unappreciated Disney great.
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I loved this movie when I was younger and I still love it. In my opinion it is the best Disney movie. It was funny and entertaining and had the one of the best songs from a Disney movie ever. I still watch this movie now with my cousins.
Guest More than 1 year ago
16-years-old and I still laugh at Basil's 'Whatever.' to Olivia's last name.I thought he was so cute when I was little,I actually had a crush on him. Sad,I know. Ah,nothing can beat them old Disney classics,before they started making them 'politically correct.'The old ones are hilarious,for some reason. Definatly buy this movie,it's downright funny and because today's my (duh!) 16th birthday.XD
bloodyroseKF More than 1 year ago
I saw this movie every time i stayed at my grandmother's house when I was a child. I don't remember how old i was, but i'm 23 and i STILL love it! Great classic! They don't make Disney movies like they used to anymore.
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