‘Mickey Mouse’: The Most Important Movie Ever Made

“The first time I saw Mickey Mouse was when I was 12 years old,” he says.

“And that was the most important movie I ever saw.”

The movie, directed by David Lynch, is the best-selling animated film of all time, with an estimated $3.7 billion worldwide.

The story of Mickey Mouse is set in a future where his home is destroyed by an explosion and the family is forced to move to a new town.

It stars Mickey Mouse and his friends, the Wiggles.

The movie was nominated for four Academy Awards, and was named best animated film in the United States in 1994.

The Wiggly family also stars Mickey and Minnie Mouse, Daisy Duck, Tigger and Daisy, Goofy, and the Buzz Lightyear of “Mickey and the Beanstalk.”

“Mickey is one of my favorite characters,” Lynch says.

“‘Mickey’ is a very simple, but powerful, character, and I think that’s a message we want to tell throughout our movie, is that if you want to create an interesting and memorable character, you need to have an interesting story.”

The Wigglys also own the film rights to the movie, which is available for streaming on YouTube.