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A lovely new animated short returns Mickey Mouse to his place of prominence atop the animation pantheon at Walt Disney Animation Studios. In this stylized video, Minnie Mouse runs out of croissants at the cafe she works at in Paris … Continue reading
There was love in the air at Cinderella Castle as dozens of couples came together on Valentine’s Day to renew their love amidst colorful fanfare as only the Walt Disney World Resort can provide. Cinderella and Prince Charming, Aurora and … Continue reading
Another celebrity turns up just in time to post with a holiday themed Minnie Mouse. This time it’s supermodel-turned-entrepreneur Kathy Ireland posing with a St. Patrick’s Day-themed Minnie Mouse in the United Kingdom pavilion at EPCOT in Walt Disney World. … Continue reading
Last week, a small show in the Condor Flats area of California Adventure premiered, officially turning over the leaf of the DCA re-do’s entertainment problem. “Minnie’s Fly Girls” has a very Pan-Am feel going for it. The premise, three “flight … Continue reading