Background information
Feature films Rock-A-Doodle
Television programs
Video games
Park attractions
Portrayed by
Portrayed by
Voice Sandy Duncan
Performance model
Honors and awards
Character information
Full name
Other names
Personality Kind, sincere, brave, courteous, benevolent, smart, helpful, supportive, polite, even-tempered, empathetic, positive, exuberant, responsible, sympathetic, protective, easy-going, energetic, patient, eager, rational, selfless
Appearance Small, thin tan mouse, purple bow, small pink skirt, frilly green bloomers, black and white sneakers, big yellow glasses.
Occupation Farm mouse
Alignment Good
Goal To help find Chanticleer and save the farm (succeeded)
Home The Farm
Allies Edmond, Patou, Snipes (boyfriend), Chanticleer
Enemies Grand Duke of the Owls, Hunch, Pinky
Likes Cheese, Edmond's bravery, driving, her lisp
Dislikes Edmond's cowardly behavior, arguing with Snipes, Snipes' chauvinist views, danger
Powers and abilities
Fate Is seen celebrating with her friends at the farm
Quote "I can do lots of things and I'm a lot smaller than you."
"Oh, he was a handsome little boy."

Peepers is the girlfriend of Snipes and one of the supporting characters in Rock-A-Doodle. She was voiced by Sandy Duncan, who also voiced Vixey from The Fox and the Hound (the last Disney film Don Bluth worked on) and Queen Uberta in The Swan Princess (directed by Richard Rich, the same director of The Fox and the Hound).


Peepers is a mouse. Because of this, she is initially terrified of Edmond after She was startled accidentally by Edmond's newly-acquired feline instincts, but he tries to convince everyone that he used to be a boy. It is not until the very end of the movie that she believes him and comments "He was a little boy.... oh, he was a handsome little boy..." She has a lisp and very round glasses and is constantly arguing with Snipe's chauvinistic views.

Role in Film


  • Unlike some of the mice, Peepers has normal eyes instead of beady ones.
  • Peepers' voice Actor Sandy Duncan was a panelist in the Peter Marshall Version of the Hollywood Squares.


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