"¡Feliz Cumpleaños!" is the forty-fourth episode of Mickey Mouse. It aired on November 18, 2015.
Mickey gets an unpleasant surprise for his birthday.
- Mickey Mouse
- Minnie Mouse
- Donald Duck
- Daisy Duck
- Horace Horsecollar
- Clarabelle Cow
- The Orphans
- José Carioca
- Panchito Pistoles
- Chris Diamantopoulos - Mickey Mouse
- Russi Taylor - Minnie Mouse
- Bill Farmer - Goofy
- Tress MacNeille - Daisy Duck, grandmother of the Orphans, chicken chased by piñata pirate
- Danny Trejo - Lead piñata
- Dave Wasson - Masked piñata, other piñatas
- Diego Osorio - Cowboy chased by piñata bull
- Gabriel Oliva - Orphan
- The title means "Happy Birthday" in Spanish.
- This episode was aired early on YouTube on November 17, 2015.
- This episode was scheduled to be released on November 18 to coincide with Mickey's birthday but was uploaded on Disney's official web sites a day earlier.
- Eeyore's tail makes an appearance.
- The scene when a pirate piñata is chasing a woman is a reference to the Pirates of the Caribbean ride.
- This is the second episode in which José Carioca appears, the first one being "O Futebol Clássico".
- Episodes with dialogue spoken entirely in a foreign language:
- 1.) Croissant de Triomphe = French.
- 2.) Tokyo Go = Japanese.
- 3.) Panda-monium = Mandarin Chinese.
- 4.) O Sole Minnie = Italian.
- 5.) O Futebol Clássico = Portuguese.
- 6.) Mumbai Madness = Hindi.
- 7.) Clogged = Dutch.
- 8.) Al Rojo Vivo = Spanish.
- 9.) ¡Feliz Cumpleaños! = Spanish.
- While this is the second short to be spoken in Spanish, it takes place in Mexico rather than Spain.
- 10.) Dancevidaniya = Russian.
- 11.) Turkish Delights = Turkish.
- 12.) Locked in Love = Korean.
- 13.) Carnaval = Portuguese.
- This is the second short to be spoken in Portuguese as well as the second short to take place in Brazil. Also, both shorts take place in Rio de Janeiro.
- 14.) Year of the Dog = Chinese.
- While this is the second short to be spoken in Chinese as well as the second short to take place in China, this short takes place in Shanghai rather than Beijing.
- 15.) Amore Motore = Italian.
- While this is the second short to be spoken in Italian and the second short to take place in Italy, this short takes place in Rome rather than Venice.
- 16.) Our Floating Dreams = Thai.
- Christopher Willis won a 2016 Annie Award for Outstanding Achievement, Music in an Animated TV/Broadcast Production for the score for this episode. In addition, Alonso Ramirez Ramos won for Outstanding Achievement, Storyboarding in an Animated TV/Broadcast Production for this episode.
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