The Two Faces of Mim is a comic story drawn by Tony Strobl. It features Madam Mim, Chip and Dale, and the Beagle Boys.


After Madam Mim injures her back chasing Chip and Dale and can't move, the two chipmunks help her prevent the Beagle Boys from stealing her house and everything in it by donning a convincing Mim disguise and making the Beagles believe that Mim is no longer incapacitated.

Behind the scenesEdit

The Two Faces of Mim was first published in 1964 in Walt Disney's Comics and Stories #290. It has not, to this date, been re-printed in English, although it has been reprinted several times in other languages.

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