Minnie's old friend, Mortimer Mouse, drops in on Mickey and Minnie's picnic. His practical jokes and coming on to Minnie soon have Mickey stewing, and their car isn't happy either. When Mortimer gets a nearby bull enraged and takes off, the car comes to the rescue after Mickey gets tangled up in a red blanket.
DVD description: You'll love the "warm, winning comic chemistry" (New York Magazine) between comedy legends Joseph Bologna (Big Daddy) and Tom Bosley (TV's Happy Days) in this timeless tale of second chances. Joined by an irresistible young ensemble cast, Bologna and Bosley set out on a quest that's "filled with little pleasures" (New York Sun). Fifty years ago, top pro baseball prospect Mickey Stern met the girl of his dreams on the magical Fire Island. Now Mickey returns with his bestfriend Harry and discovers the island magic hasn't disappeared. Mickey finds his past in a younger man's future and has just one week to make up for old mistakes. Naturally, a few curveballs are thrown their way.
A friend in Australia has sent Mickey the kangaroo Hoppy, who with her pesky son drives Pluto completely to distraction. Mickey wants to train the kangaroos to be fighters, but they end up throwing him in his own hay-baling machine.
Mickey and his pals set out to rescue all of the missing animals.
Mickey dreams of marrying Minnie and having about 20 children. For all the possible joys of children, a brood this size turns the dream into a nightmare, especially when they get into the open cans of paint strewn about the house.
A friend shipped Mickey a baby elephant, Bobo (not, apparently, related to the Warner Bros. Bobo) as a playmate for Pluto. Pluto's first introduction is to Bobo's trunk, through a fence. He's not thrilled, and marches away. The playful Bobo grabs Pluto's tail and follows. Pluto's devil self tells him he's being replaced, and tells him to attack with red pepper.
At Christmas time, Mickey Mouse, Minnie and Pluto are beset by an enormous litter of bratty orphan cats.
Mickey Mouse conducts an orchestra, while the rest of the Disney menagerie of the era provides a dance recital, with Horace Horsecollar as stage manager, and Pluto continually sneaking on stage.
Come see Mickey Mouse is a collection of his best shorts.
Grab your hat, buckle your seat belt, and get ready to embark on a thrilling QUEST FOR THE CRYSTAL MICKEY! There's no time to lose after greedy Plunderin' Pete snatches the legendary Crystal Mickey statue from the Clubhouse. Without this sparkly statue's magic, the Clubhouse will disappear forever! Can the world's most extraordinary hero, Mickey, get the magical statue back in time? Only with your help -- and the right Mouseketools -- can Mickey journey across the Sandy Desert, brave the Rushing River and make his way through the Hidden Jungle. But watch out for Pete's trickiest traps! Packed with over two hours of laughter and surprises -- including four additional episodes -- this exciting, high-stakes adventure is your ticket to nonstop fun!
Mouseke-magic meets storybook enchantment in a charming Clubhouse adventure inspired by your favorite fairy tale! To surprise Minnie with a special present, Mickey and the gang keep her busy with loads of chores until they pick out the perfect gift. Tired from so much work, Minnie falls asleep... and her dreamy fantasy begins. With a "Mouseke-doodle-lee-do," Fairy Godmother Clarabelle waves her wand and sets the magic in motion. Will Minnie-Rella make it to Prince Mickey's castle in time? What will happen at midnight? Will the slipper fit? With help from YOU -- and the right Mouseketools -- happily ever after is just a wish away! Sparkling with music, fun, three extra episodes and 10 bonus Minnie's Bow-Toons, MINNIE-RELLA invites every little princess to have a ball!
Although short in stature, comedian Mickey C is big on laughs when he hits the stage with his raucous and raunchy special, Short Stories. He's got a lot to rant about and Mickey ain't afraid to spout his controversial views on race, sex, terrorist line-dancers, and why no one should really vote: Because it just doesn't matter!
Mickey and the gang play detective. Later, the dog gets stuck with a professor's time bomb.
Mickey is playing Christmas carols on a standup bass for change. Alas, all he gets is screws, rocks, and other useless stuff. He plays outside a rich man's window, and the spoiled brat kid inside decides he wants Pluto. Mickey isn't selling, but when his bass gets destroyed by a passing sleigh and he sees a house full of orphans with no presents, he changes his mind. Mickey plays Santa to the kids. Meanwhile, the brat has been torturing Pluto; his father finally has enough and throws Pluto out and spanks the child. Pluto and Mickey are reunited, and as a bonus, the kid has tied the Christmas turkey to Pluto's tail.
Not even backstage passes could bring you closer to the stage for the long-awaited return of Mickey Thomas and Starship - see them perform for the first time in decades at Tennessee's four-day rockfest, where some of the most influential bands in rock and roll history retuned to the stage to reclaim a new generation.