Yeah, Yeah, Yeah (Panting)
Kiss Me (The only words Pluto EVER said)
Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Minnie Mouse, Goofy, Daisy Duck, Figaro, Chip 'n' Dale (occasionally), Fifi, Dinah, Ronnie, Bruno, Lady, Tramp, Pongo, Perdita, Sora, Riku, Kairi
Butch the Bulldog, Pete, Milton, Lucifer, Si and Am, Cruella De Vil, Spike the Bee, Ol' Benttail the Coyote, Salty the Seal, Figaro (sometimes), Donald Duck (sometimes), Chip 'n' Dale
Playing with Mickey, bones, friends
Cats, being around Butch, Mickey mad
Teeth and Claws
Sense of smell that can track anything
Breed of Dog
Pluto (formally Pluto the Pup) is a well known character from The Walt Disney Company. Pluto is most frequently appeared as Mickey Mouse's dog. Pluto is a very unusual character in The Walt Disney Company merchandise because he is not anthropomorphized beyond showing an unusually broad range of facial expressions; he is actually refered to as a fictional normal dog. His birthday is September 5, 1930.
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To the point, what Pluto truly is, is a well trained dog. Like his master Mickey Mouse, he can get into trouble, but is smart enough to escape the situation. He acts as Mickey's sidekick, best friend, conscience in some occasions and pet. The pup is extremely loyal but can sometimes be mischeavious with others.
He strongly dislikes cats. Despite being intelligent, Pluto can be a bit clumsy and his childlike persona is often mistaken for stupidity. He's not immune to being outwitted but can get back on track which is usually bad news being that Pluto can have a nasty temper. He has two consciences. One evil (which is Pluto's devil counterpart) and one good (which is Pluto's angel counterpart). Usually, Pluto listens to the demon at first, but in the end, he usually listens to the angel.
The pup has an a-list life. A good home, family, and the greatest owner for his type. His pal Mickey has always been Pluto’s best friend.
Pluto first appeared in the 1930 Mickey Mouse cartoon The Chain Gang as a bloodhound on the trail of escaped prisoner Mickey Mouse. Pluto was originally named Rover, but his name eventually changed to Pluto. Pluto is also considered one of the ‘Sensational Six’ Disney characters alongside Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Goofy, Minnie Mouse and Daisy Duck. Pluto is one of the first cartoon characters that is actually shown to have thought processes through the use of character animation. His thought processes are showcased in a landmark scene from 1934's Playful Pluto, in which Pluto becomes stuck to a piece of flypaper and attempts to figure out a way to get himself unstuck.
It's obvious that Pluto is sometimes titled as "Mickey's Pal Pluto" (which is also the title of a 1933 cartoon), for this dog shows love to his master. Even though he's been known to run in the opposite direction when confronted by something frightening, Pluto is protective of Mickey. In many cartoons, Pluto tried his very best to assist his owner, and nothing made the happy hound happier, even if their plans did not always turn out as expected. In Puppy Love (1933) we saw Pluto accompanying Mickey on a romantic visit to Minnie; in Playful Pluto (1934) the pooch tries to help out with spring cleaning; and in On Ice (1935), the curious canine was out for a day of ice-skating, even though in Pluto's case it is thanks to two pairs of skates attached to his paws by Donald Duck.
Most people took the loose-limbed hound to heart that, even as continued to co-star in many of Mickey Mouse's films, he was given his own series of cartoons as the main character, starting with Pluto's Quinpuplets (1937), but even before that, he became the only Disney standard character to star in his own ‘Silly Symphony’, Mother Pluto (1936). Pluto has a veritable kennel-full of supporting players, including his enemy Butch the Bulldog, and his two canine sweethearts Fifi the Pekingese and Dinah the Dachshund. Interestingly, in Pluto's Quinpuplets (1937), Pluto and Fifi are nicknamed "Mr. And Mrs. Pluto" due to being the parents of five mischievous mutts. Pluto is also seen as the father of a pup in Pluto Junior (1942), as well as the big brother of a little dog in Pluto's Kid Brother (1946). In films such as First Aiders (1944), Pluto has been teamed with Figaro the feisty feline from Pinocchio (1940), whose annoying antics gets the easily frustrated pooch's hairs up. A definite highlight for the humble hound was Lend a Paw (1941) because the episode was awarded the Oscar® for ‘Best Cartoon of the Year’. In this episode, he gets blamed for making a mess in Mickey’s house due to his devil consience, in the end, he saved Mickey’s kitten and he got rewarded due to his angel consience.
Mickey Mouse Club
Pluto appeared in the opening theme for the 1950s television series. As Mickey and the gang perform the song, Pluto creates music with the use of his drums even having a solo.
Mickey Mouse Works
Pluto appears as a main character in the animated series ‘Mickey Mouse Works’ and is again Mickey Mouse's faithful pooch. Pluto also has his own cartoons reliving the classic Walt Disney cartoons using expression to tell an entertaining story.
House of Mouse
Pluto once again stars in the series House of Mouse as the official mascot. A notable Pluto episode is Pluto Saves the Day in which Pluto feels unappreciated and becomes a hero after Pete poisons everyone with the Witch's poisoned apple. Despite being part of the main cast, Pluto usually only makes appearances in most episodes not revolving around him. Pluto was in another episode Pluto vs. Figaro. Pluto need a helper Figaro, Minnie's kitten, after Minnie thinks Pluto is had enough to work so hard.
Pluto also appears in Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed in at the House of Mouse, where he tries to help Donald Duck get into the spirit of Christmas. In the film Mickey's'' House of Villains, Pluto only appears in the cartoon scene Mickey's Mechanical House, but does not appear for the rest of the film. '
Pluto had a brief cameo appearance in the first episode of Quack Pack.
Mickey Mouse Clubhouse
Pluto reappears as a main character in the computer animated series Mickey Mouse Clubhouse. Pluto joins in almost every adventure that Mickey Mouse and his friends set off on and helps out the gang by solving many puzzling problems. While being apart of the main cast, Pluto's role is often supporting and adding comic relief instead of esculating the episode's plot like the other characters.
Several episodes revolved around Pluto such as Pluto's Best where he competes with his long time rival Butch the Bulldog and others like Pluto's Puppysitting Adventure which has Pluto and Mickey babysitting Clarabelle's puppy Bella. Pluto's most important role in the series is Mickey's sidekick joining him on most adventures and seen with Mickey more than all other characters.
Later film appearances
Who Framed Roger Rabbit
Pluto can also be seen in cameos in Who Framed Roger Rabbit from 1988. He is seen at the end of the film alongside Mickey, Minnie and other cartoon characters rushing to see what has come to the villain who tried to destroy their home.
The Prince and the Pauper
Pluto appears in The Prince and the Pauper. He is Mickey's faithful dog and is held hostage by Captain Pete during his plans to become king but eventually battles when he becomes freed.
Mickey's Once Upon a ChristmasEdit
Pluto appears in the last segment as Mickey's faithful dog and co worker. Pluto helps Mickey make enough money to purchase Minnie a chain for her wristwatch. When their boss Pete fires them and take their money Pluto tries to find a way to help Mickey gain more money. Mickey and Pluto end up performing at a charity and after the performance, Mickey realizes he can trade his harmonica for the chain for Minnie. The owner states the harmonica is not worth much and when he hears Mickey sad melody on the harmonica he changes his mind. Pluto and Mickey return to Minnie's home and his present was a bone.
Mickey's Twice Upon a Christmas
Pluto appears in the last segment in the computer animated film sequel. In the short Pluto runs off from Mickey after having a fight with him. Pluto runs into a train and ends up in the North Pole. Pluto meets and befriends Santa Claus's seven reindeer who name him Murray. Pluto begins to miss Mickey. Meanwhile, back in town, Mickey is looking for Pluto. Mickey meets Santa Claus and tells him about missing Pluto. Santa goes back home and finds Pluto with his reindeer Donner and Blitzen. Santa and the reindeer return Pluto back home. In the end, Mickey and Pluto reunite and celebrate Christmas together.
Mickey, Donald, and Goofy: The Three Musketeers
Pluto reappears in the animated film along with Mickey, Donald Duck, Goofy and an all star cast of various Disney characters. Pluto helps Mickey, Donald and Goofy achieve their dreams in becoming musketeers and win their true loves' hearts. During most of the movie, Pluto disappears and reappears back and forth.
During a certain scene, Pluto will appear but vanish during the next one. Where Pluto goes is unknown but this plot is very similar to Kingdom Hearts where Pluto constantly unknowingly disappears and reappears.
The Magical Quest starring Mickey Mouse
Mickey's Racing AdventureEdit
Mickey's Speedway USA
Kinect Disneyland Adventures
Kingdom Hearts Series
Pluto is King Mickey's (Mickey Mouse’s) loyal pet dog and also appears to be a mail messenger for him in some of the Kingdom Hearts games. Pluto has appeared in all the games released so far safe Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days.
Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep
Pluto makes a brief cameo in Terra's story as he enters Disney Town. He also appears beside Queen Minnie when Aqua visits Disney Town, as well. During Aqua's storyline, Pluto barked when he said goodbye to Aqua in the flashbacks with Minnie Mouse, Daisy Duck, Horace Horsecollar, Chip 'n' Dale, and Huey, Dewey and Louie. During the credits, Pluto watched Huey, Dewey, Louie, Horace Horsecollar and Queen Minnie having a car race.
Pluto has a minor role in Kingdom Hearts but a notable one. Pluto is first seen by The King’s throne in Disney Castle in front of Donald with a letter from The King, who has gone missing (he has actually gone off to fight the Heartless). Pluto later is seen sleeping during the conversation between Queen Minnie, Donald, Goofy, Daisy Duck and Jiminy Cricket about what they should do about the situation. Donald, Goofy and Jiminy are sent to locate the King and the Keyblade Master. Pluto hops into the Gummi Ship at the last moment as it departs.
In Traverse Town, the trio witness the disappearance of a star (representing Destiny Islands) and rush off to find Leon. Pluto wanders off into an alley way, being the first Disney character to discover Sora, who Pluto wakes up with a lick and a sudden shove. Sora asks Pluto where they are, but Pluto seems to hear something and rushes off. But unexpectedly, he disappears for the rest of the game, although it is possible he reunited with King Mickey - since he appears suddenly after the end-credits carrying a letter with the King's seal. Sora, Donald and Goofy chase him over the hills and into Castle Oblivion.
Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories
Pluto has a brief appearance in Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories at the very beginning. Sora, Donald and Goofy spot that he is holding a letter with the King's seal on it. Sora, Donald and Goofy chase Pluto over the hills and into Castle Oblivion. However, it appears they lost track of him or gave up due to it being night. But then, after that, he doesn’t appear for the rest of the game. It is possible that Namine made a fake ‘memory’ out of Pluto to lure Sora and company to Castle Oblivion.
Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories
It is pretty much the same story as in Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories, except this time, Pluto also appears as an exclusive friend card. Pluto's main ability is to dig up items such as HP orbs, Moogle points, and even cards for Sora to reuse in battle after using a sleight. When sleighted in two's and three's, the Pluto cards create a sleight called Lucky Bounty (Lucky Bounty Lv2/Lucky Bounty Lv3). Lucky Bounty Lv3 digs up an amazing amount of items for Sora. The best thing about the Pluto friend card is that it doesn't take up a slot in Sora's three friend limit. The worst thing is that it is uncommon to find. It can only be found in specific boss battles. Be sure to save one if you do find it and stock up to Lv3. Lv3 Lucky Bounty gives out better cards. Be aware that the cards dug up during Lucky Bounty disappear after the battle. Pluto may even dig up Item cards you used, ready to be used again. Sadly, he may also dig up a bone which causes damage to Sora.
Kingdom Hearts II
Pluto returns in Kingdom Hearts II, but oddly in The World That Never Was for unknown reasons, although he seems to be stocking on Axel. He chases Axel into an alley, but loses him once he enters a Corridor of Darkness, but a hidden Riku opens another one up for him. Pluto arrives on Destiny Islands just in time to prevent Kairi from going with Axel. Pluto and Kairi escape into Twilight Town where they meet Hayner, Pence, and Olette. Axel soon suddenly reappears and kidnaps Kairi, and Pluto chases after them.
Pluto and Kairi end up imprisoned in a cell in the Castle That Never Was by Saix. They are rescued by Naminé and escape in a dark corridor. They are soon confronted by Saïx, but Riku suddenly appears in his disguise as ‘Ansem’ (Xehanort's Heartless) and chases him off. As Riku is about to leave, Pluto blocks his path and moves Riku in the direction of Kairi. Riku lets Kairi remove his hood. But then, Pluto disappears until the defeat of Xemnas, leaping into a corridor made by Naminé which leads to Destiny Islands. Despite the fact that Kairi, Donald, Goofy, King Mickey and Pluto passed through the portal to the islands, Pluto was not there when Sora and Riku returned. Although, Pluto is seen in the end credits with Huey, Dewey, Louie, Scrooge McDuck, Donald, Goofy and King Mickey when they return to Disney Castle.
Kingdom Hearts: Coded
Pluto first appeared in Episode 2 (Traverse Town) almost like in the first game except when Sora fixes Traverse Town's Bug Block Corruption and the Journal shows everyone in Disney Castle's computer the message "Their torment has been lessened" and a scene is shown, from the first game, where Sora, Donald, and Goofy first meet, but then, the scene moves northwest to show Pluto in the background sniffing and running into a Corridor of Darkness.
Toontown Online Edit
Pluto can only be found in The Brrrgh Playground, which he owns. Pluto can only talk during holidays such as on Halloween when he dressed as a cowboy.
Pluto is a very common character in the Disney Parks, the fifth most common character after Mickey, Minnie, Donald and Goofy. He is also featured in many shows.
In the popular live show Fantasmic!, Pluto can be seen in the Steamboat Willie in Disney's Hollywood Studios and also The Mark Twain Riverboat in Disneyland.
Celebrate the Season
Pluto appears in the holiday show in Disney's Magic Kingdom park. In the show, Pluto accompanies Mickey and Friends as they celebrate the wonder of Christmas.
Cinderella's Royal Carnation
Pluto appears as a guest member in the live castle show in Tokyo Disneyland. In the show, Pluto, along with many other Disney characters celebrate Cinderella's crowning.
One Man's Dream II: The Magic Lives On
In Tokyo Disneyland, Pluto is shown in the opening song and dance scene and also during the scene where Donald Duck tries to become an actor to win the heart of Hollywood starlet Daisy Duck. In the finale, Pluto joins the other characters as they celebrate Mickey's success.
Pluto’s Theatrical cartoons
1. Pluto's Quin-Puplets (1937)
2. Bone Trouble (1940)
3. Pantry Pirate (1940, with Mammy Two Shoes)
4. Pluto's Playmate (1941, second appearance of Salty the Seal)
5. Pluto Junior (1942)
6. The Army Mascot (1942)
7. The Sleep Walker (1942)
8. T-Bone For Two (1942)
9. Pluto At The Zoo (1942)
10. Private Pluto (1943)
11. Springtime For Pluto (1944, musical)
12. First Aiders (1944, with Minnie and Figaro)
13. Dog Watch (1945)
14. Canine Casanova (1945)
15. The Legend of Coyote Rock (Academy Award for Best Short Animated Film) (1945)
16. Canine Patrol (1945)
17. Pluto's Kid Brother (1946)
18. In Dutch (1946)
19. The Purloined Pup (1946, first appearance of Ronnie)
20. A Feather In His Collar (1946, commercial short)
21. Pluto's Housewarming (1947)
22. Rescue Dog (1947, second appearance of Salty the Seal, later third appearance in only Mickey Mouse cartoon, also later appearance in Mickey Mouse Works)
23. Mail Dog (1947)
24. Pluto's Blue Note (1947)
25. Bone Bandit (1948)
26. Pluto's Purchase (1948, with Mickey Mouse)
27. Cat Nap Pluto (1948, with Figaro)
28. Pluto's Fledgling (1948)
29. Pueblo Pluto (1949, second appearance of Ronnie with Mickey Mouse)
30. Pluto's Surprise Package (1949)
31. Pluto's Sweater (1949, with Minnie and Figaro)
32. Bubble Bee (1949)
33. Sheep Dog (1949)
34. Pluto's Heart Throb (1950)
35. Pluto & The Gopher (1950, with Minnie Mouse)
36. Wonder Dog (1950)
37. Primitive Pluto (1950)
38. Puss Cafè (1950, first appearance of Milton the Cat, later in "Plutopia" and "Cold Turkey")
39. Pests of The West (1950)
40. Food For Feudin' (1950)
41. Camp Dog (1950)
42. Cold Storage (1951)
43. Plutopia (1951)
44. Cold Turkey (1951)
- Pluto was also shown to be the pet of Donald and Goofy on occasions.
- Pluto only words in his career were - "Kiss Me" in The Moose Hunt.
- Like Sora becoming friends with Donald and Goofy, and Riku becoming friends with King Mickey; Pluto might be the Disney friend to the original character, Kairi, in Kingdom Hearts II, as he spends most of his time with her in Kingdom Hearts 2, expecially in The World That Never Was.
- Though Bill Farmer voices both Pluto and Goofy, the credits of Mickey, Donald & Goofy: The Three Musketeers mention that only Goofy has been voiced by Bill Farmer in the movie. However, IMDB also mentions Pluto's name by Bill Farmer's voice.
- Along with Goofy, Pluto is the only parent in the Sensational Six group.
- Pluto was originally supposed to appear in Epic Mickey as an animatronic pet for Oswald, but was dropped from the final game.