- Defensive End, Running Back
- Current Team
- Bow-Tique Bow-Dazzlers
- 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018
Mother of Mouseketeer star wide receivers, Morty and Ferdie Fieldmouse, and sister of Disney icon, Mickey Mouse, Amelia first debuted in her sons 1932 cartoon strip, Mickey's Nephews.
Amelia Fieldmouse, also known as Felicity Fieldmouse or simply Mrs. Fieldmouse, is a defensive back and wide receiver for the Minnie’s Bow-Tique Bow-Dazzlers football team.
Due to her busy life as a journalist, Amelia has not made any appearances in animation and Walt Disney Bowls.
Mickey’s Nephews (1932)
Mother of Mouseketeer star wide receivers, Morty and Ferdie Fieldmouse, Amelia first debuted in the 1932 cartoon strip, Mickey’s Nephews. She arrived at her younger brother’s house, Mickey Mouse, and dropped off the Mouseketeer twins, asking if Mickey knew of any outlets for their overflowing energy. While she went out to run errands, Morty and Ferdie were introduced to the world of football.
The original cartoon strips from 1932 do not make it clear that Amelia is Mickey’s sister; making her look like an old grandma or great-aunt. However, the relationship was clarified when she faced off against her brother in The Plane Crazy Reunion.
Mickey’s Sister Around The World
The name of Mickey’s only sister originated in Dutch Comic strips, when he referred to her as “Amalia” (Dutch spelling for the name “Amelia”), while in the English version she is introduced to as “Mrs. Fieldmouse”. The original designer from the 1932 strip, Floyd Gottfredson, died in 1986.
At Egmont Publishing, Amelia was given her current name Felicity Fieldmouse by Disney writer Paul Halas. Additionally, Egmont reported Frank as Felicity’s husband and the twins’ father. He has yet to participate in any Mickey Mouse Athletic events, nor has she been specifically named or depicted in a published comic. Egmont’s modern version of Amelia, designed by Paco Rodriguez, was also slimmed down and is designed to look closer to Mickey in age while remaining significantly taller than him.