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Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Mickey Mouse Clubhouse: Mickey's Great Outdoors on DVD- Review

Disney’s New Preschool DVD Provides Kids With The Ultimate On-The-Go Experience

With Digital Copy And Hours Of Interactive Fun With The Mickey Mote! 



This great DVD set is Available Nationwide Beginning on Tuesday, May 24th 

And Inspires Kids To Enjoy Outdoor Activities Such As Camping, Fishing & Exploring Nature

BURBANK, Calif., February 25, 2011 – For the first time with Digital Copy, this Mickey Mouse

Clubhouse DVD is ready for the summer fun and on-the-go adventure!  Available on May 24th, Mickey

Mouse and his famous pals (Minnie, Donald, Pluto, Goofy and Daisy) join efforts to inspire preschoolers

around the country to enjoy the outdoors by camping, fishing and exploring nature in Walt Disney Studios

Home Entertainment’s latest DVD release, Mickey Mouse Clubhouse: Mickey’s Great Outdoors. 

As a great value for parents and a fun, portable play set for kids, Disney has packaged Mickey Mouse

Clubhouse: Mickey’s Great Outdoors to include a DVD, a Digital Copy and a Mickey Mote –making this

the ultimate Play Set. The Mickey Mote (a child-friendly handheld remote control) provides hours of

interactive fun that allows kids to engage with their favorite Mickey Mouse Clubhouse characters while

watching Mickey’s Great Outdoors.  And the Digital Copy allows parents to download all the episodes

onto a secondary device for easy, portable on-the-go access.

Just in time to kick off the summer, Mickey Mouse Clubhouse: Mickey’s Great Outdoors features four

episodes from the “Mickey Mouse Clubhouse” TV show plus one all-new, never-before-seen “Mickey’s

Fish Story” episode and comes packaged as a special DVD Play Set (DVD + Digital Copy + Mickey

Mote) that will retail nationwide for the suggested price of $29.99 U.S. / $35.99 Canada.


All-New, Never-Before-Seen Bonus Episode:

• Mickey’s Fish Story - Daisy wants to find a fishy-friend for her goldfish Goldy – and

we help her find other goldfish in the Jungle where we’re aided by the mysterious

conga drummin’ Jungle-Pete!  Boom-boom-bap-boom!  

 Episodes From “Mickey Mouse Clubhouse” TV Show:

• Mickey’s Camp Out - Today Mickey and his friends are going to earn Clubhouse

“Camp Out Badges” by completing two tasks - setting up camp and fishing for Gummy

Fish.  Everyone’s planning to camp with a “Tent Buddy”, but Donald decides to camp

by himself – and he soon learns that camping with friends is much more fun than

camping by yourself.

• Mickey and Minnie’s Jungle Safari - Minnie is determined to snap a photo of the rare

Hula Hibiscus that only blooms once a year.  So the sensational gang go off on a jungle

safari and explore new territory to find this legendary flower.  

• Daisy in the Sky - On Balloon Day, Daisy grabs a large batch of balloons and gets

literally carried away along with Minnie and Pluto, who couldn’t hold her down.

Mickey, Donald and Goofy kick into high gear to save their friends: they use a Giant

Candy Cane (to rescue Pluto), a Party Horn (to warn animals out of the way), a Piggy

Bank (to weigh down one side of an elevator so that Mickey can reach the top of the

lighthouse), and a Toy Hammer (to fix the Ferris wheel).

• Daisy’s Grasshopper - Daisy has a new pet grasshopper named Wilbur, but the playful

hoppin’ fella hops away – and we help all our Clubhouse friends hop after him and find

him before the end of the day.  Boing-boing!


Disney’s Mickey Mote works with any Disney Preschool DVD that includes the Discovery Mode™

feature – an interactive “Watch & Play” feature on the DVD.  All parents have to do is program the

remote control - there’s an easy and quick set-up guide in each DVD - and select the Discovery Mode

feature on the menu screen.  Within minutes, kids will be easily able to respond to questions about

scenes they just watched by pressing one of four color-coded buttons on the device -- a yellow star,

green circle,  orange triangle or blue square – to click in their responses.  Discovery Mode features include two levels of play, which provides more challenging questions as the child grows. 

To date, there are more than 13 Disney Preschool DVD titles for parents to choose from that can be used with the remote control.

Our Review:

I just loved how interesting this DVD set was for my family.  Disney has done a great job with this show and DVD. From a parent's perspective, the one thing that I enjoy about watching the kids as they enjoy this DVD is that they interact with the show.  The Mickey Mouse Clubhouse is a great DVD selection for families to enjoy.  I love listening to their input as Mickey and his friends ask them questions about which tools they should use to solve problems that they are faced with. I would highly recommend this as a must have for your family's DVD library.

Disclosure: I received a Free DVD set to facilitate my review. Any opinions expressed are my own.

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