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Disney World, Disneyland parks 'PremEar' new Mickey Mouse Clubhouse TV show
Mickey Mouse’s new TV show “Mickey Mouse Clubhouse” got a magical start yesterday at Disney theme parks around the world.
In a simultaneous PremEar in the Park celebration Wednesday, the Disneyland Resort, the Walt Disney World Resort, Hong Kong Disneyland, Disneyland Resort Paris, and the Disney Cruise Line each held a screening of the first episode of the new animated educational series Mickey Mouse Clubhouse. Tokyo Disneyland will have a similar event next week with the global launch of the show.
After the showing, Mickey and friends came out and greeted guests at Disney-MGM Studios at the Walt Disney World Resort, where Broadway star and Tony Award-winner John Tartaglia (“Avenue Q”) served as the emcee. Tartaglia currently stars in the new “Johnny and the Sprites” program in Playhouse Disney on the Disney Channel.
The episodes of Mickey Mouse Clubhouse will teach various problem solving and math skills to get young minds thinking early. To keep things light, the interactive lessons feature Mickey Mouse and his pals in new 3D computer animation.
Mickey Mouse and his classic Disney friends have previous been rendered in 3D computer animation in the Magic Kingdom attraction Mickey’s PhilharMagic 3D show and in the holiday special Mickey’s Twice Upon a Christmas.
In Mickey Mouse Clubhouse, the classic Disney characters encourage young viewers to participate, play, and learn along with them.
It all starts when Mickey invites viewers to call out with him, “Meeska, Mooska, Mickey Mouse!” Musical artists They Might Be Giants have also written a song entitled “Hot Dog!” which will feature in each episode.
Mickey Mouse Clubhouse is produced by Walt Disney Television Animation.
Source: Press Release
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