Mickey Mouse is a animal cartoon fictional character, created in 1928 by animators Walt Disney and Ub Iwerks. The most famous of Disney's creations, he has long served as the mascot of The Walt Disney Company and its properties.
In 1988, Mickey Mouse and many other cartoon characters made appearances in the Live Action/Animation film Who Framed Roger Rabbit. The film was directed by Robert Zemeckis and starred Charles Fleischer & Christopher Lloyd.
Also in that year was the special Mickey's 60th Birthday which included Charles Fleischer also appearing as Roger Rabbit, Richard Dysart appearing Leland McKenzie from L.A. Law and archive footage of Michael J. Fox as Alex Keaton from Family Ties.