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{{Character|title1 = Telephone|image1 = Screenshot 2018-06-21 at 10.39.36 PM.png|species = Anthropomorphic Telephone|residence = [[Mirror-World]]<small>(formerly)</small>[[Wasteland]]|first_seen = May 30, 1936|in = [[Thru the Mirror]]}}
 
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Telephone is an anthropomorphic telephone.
 
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|species = Anthropomorphic Telephone
 
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|residence = [[Mirror-World]]<small>(formerly)</small><br>[[Wasteland]]
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|first_seen = May the 30th, 1936
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|in = ''[[Thru the Mirror]]''
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|index = '''''[[:Category:Telephone_stories|Telephone stories]]'''''
 
}}'''Telephone''' is an anthropomorphic telephone.
 
== Description ==
 
== Description ==
Telephone is an anthropomorphic telephone which once lived in a world behind the mirror in [[Mickey Mouse]]'s house. Mickey once traveled to that world, where he befriended Telephone. Later, Mickey left the world, and seemingly decided that the adventure must have been a dream due to its fantastical nature. The telephone was eventually forgotten, and ended up in [[Wasteland]]. In 2010, it got into an argument with [[Gremlin Prescott]], and stole his wrench. Gremlin Prescott dismantled Telephone to get it back, scattering it's pieces around [[OsTown]]. [[Gremlin Gus]] found these pieces, and reassembled Telephone, after which it lived in OsTown's replica of Mickey Mouse's house, and occasionally spoke with Mickey himself.
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Telephone is an anthropomorphic telephone originating from a [[Mirror-World|surreal world]] behind the mirror in [[Mickey Mouse]]'s house. Mickey once traveled to that world, where he met Telephone, who started out making fun of Mickey but eventually befriended them. Later, Mickey left the world, and seemingly decided that the adventure must have been a dream due to its fantastical nature. Being so forgotten, the Mirror-World's inhabitants ended up in [[Wasteland]], including Telephone
   
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In 2010, Telephone got into an argument with [[Gremlin Prescott]], and stole his wrench. Gremlin Prescott dismantled Telephone to get it back, scattering their pieces around [[Ostown]]. [[Gremlin Gus]] found these pieces, and reassembled Telephone, after which they lived in Ostown's replica of Mickey Mouse's house, and occasionally spoke with Mickey himself.
 
== Behind the scenes ==
 
== Behind the scenes ==
Telephone first appeared in the cartoon ''[[Thru the Mirror]]'' in 1936. It later reappeared in the ''[[Epic Mickey (series)|Epic Mickey]]''[[Epic Mickey (series)| series]].
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Telephone first appeared in the cartoon ''[[Thru the Mirror]]'' in 1936. It later reappeared in the [[Epic Mickey (series)|''Epic Mickey'' series]].
   
Interestingly, it's true gender is unknown, as it was male in its original cartoon and the first ''[[Epic Mickey]]'' game, but female in the second game, ''[[Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two]]''.
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In the original short and ''[[Epic Mickey]]'', Telephone is depicted as male, but the character is referred to as female (and voiced by a woman) in ''[[Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two]]''. Whether this was a goof, a deliberate retcon, or is to be taken as Telephone genuinely switching genders in-between games somehow, remains unknown.
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Latest revision as of 14:46, 14 July 2018

Telephone is an anthropomorphic telephone.

Description

Telephone is an anthropomorphic telephone originating from a surreal world behind the mirror in Mickey Mouse's house. Mickey once traveled to that world, where he met Telephone, who started out making fun of Mickey but eventually befriended them. Later, Mickey left the world, and seemingly decided that the adventure must have been a dream due to its fantastical nature. Being so forgotten, the Mirror-World's inhabitants ended up in Wasteland, including Telephone

In 2010, Telephone got into an argument with Gremlin Prescott, and stole his wrench. Gremlin Prescott dismantled Telephone to get it back, scattering their pieces around Ostown. Gremlin Gus found these pieces, and reassembled Telephone, after which they lived in Ostown's replica of Mickey Mouse's house, and occasionally spoke with Mickey himself.

Behind the scenes

Telephone first appeared in the cartoon Thru the Mirror in 1936. It later reappeared in the Epic Mickey series.

In the original short and Epic Mickey, Telephone is depicted as male, but the character is referred to as female (and voiced by a woman) in Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two. Whether this was a goof, a deliberate retcon, or is to be taken as Telephone genuinely switching genders in-between games somehow, remains unknown.