Mickey’s Lunar New Year feast is placed in jeopardy after a mysterious creature steals the main course.
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Mickey Mouse has been synonymous with Disney since first came into our lives in 1928 with a whistle and two step in the classic Disney cartoon Steamboat Willie. Mickey has appeared in over 130 films including “Brave Little Tailor” (1938) and “Fantasia (1940), as well as television shows like the Mickey Mouse Club and Mickey Mouse Clubhouse. Along with his gang of trusted friends, Minnie Mouse, Pluto, Goofy, Donald Duck, and even his nemesis Pete, Mickey is back for more fun and adventure in the brand new series of Mickey Mouse shorts, created by Paul Rudish.
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Enjoy animated and live action Disney cartoons and short films. We have all your favorite original and new Disney characters! Enjoy classic Mickey Mouse cartoons with Donald Duck and Goofy to Schoolhouse Rock throwbacks and new digital shorts like Disney’s Planes. Plus we’ve curated some of our favorite animated short films from creators across the web that all Disney fans are sure to love! New Videos every Saturday!
C'mon! Mickey isn't meant for slapstick comedy and why isn't pluto Mickey's dog anymore. It makes me sad that Mickey isn't the same mouse I remember.
I missed a lot of the updates, but it makes me sad, that Mickey isn't the way he used to be, because again: MICKEY ISN'T MEANT TO BE SLAPSTICK COMEDY!!!!
I found a really cool WB reference in this short, when Mickey went on the rocket flying! It was a reference to the Road Runner shorts when Wile E. Coyote used a giant firework rocket and started to FAIL!
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Quick Q+A: George McConnell + SUPERHERO.
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Whiz Bang Days Celebration.
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Sat // The Beer & Bacon Classic.
Previous beer fest experiences (and there have been many) indicate the snacklace is reaching an all-time high in sophistication—but you’ll want to leave it at home for this one. Consider it research for your next creation: the Bacon and Beer… Continue Reading →
Bell Museum Grand Opening.
The Bell Museum celebrates nearly 150 years of existence, 50 years of active learning programs, and 24 feet of woolly mammoth at its grand opening this weekend, which welcomes the public to experience its beautifully grandiose new digs in St…. Continue Reading →
Lumières Françaises + Bastile Day.
Did the MSP Film Society know France would be on the cusp of a World Cup win when they planned their week of independent French film? DID THEY? The smarties actually likely scheduled Lumières Françaises to coincide with Sat’s Bastille… Continue Reading →
Weds // TV Girl + Infinity Crush + Cheap Fantasy.
“Here in New York you don’t need excuses to dress like a girl.” The effortless hipster cool of TV Girl’s sound mixes a sunny produced pop, throwback to ’60s French yé-yé, with more relaxed late night beats and samples, making them… Continue Reading →
Thurs // The Summit Ratskeller’s Grand Reopening.