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Mickey, Donald, and Goofy are pals who dream to become the Musketeers, but Pete - captain of the Musketeers refuses because he thinks that Donald is a coward, Goofy is stupid and Mickey is too short. One day, when Minnie - a princess is gotten into troubles by an assassin, Pete makes a decision to hire 3 pals to protect princess because he realizes that the Musketeers have to be well-trained
CRITICS OF "Mickey, Donald, Goofy: The Three Musketeers"
a nice departure from Phil Collins and the singing of Off Broadway wannabe divas
August 28, 2004
[Blu-ray Review] A top-notch A/V offering, a few short but cute extra features, and a slight but likable movie for any agewhat's not to like? Disneyphiles and families with little ones should be confident in picking up this title. Gawrsh!
The animation has a Saturday morning look to it, with an overall brighter, yellower cast, and the film feels like a cartoon short that's been put on the rack and stretched until it qualified as a "full-length feature."