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Fisher-Price Disney's Rock Star Mickey

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  • Get ready to Rock and Roll with Mickey
  • This cool Mickey Mouse is ready to dance and play his guitar
  • He wears cool sunglasses like a real rock star
  • As he plays his guitar he will dance with head bops and leg kicks
  • Guitar pictured with child sold separately
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 7 x 13.2 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: Imported (China)
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B004ORWXFA
  • Item model number: T8104
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 24 months - 6 years
  • Batteries 4 AA batteries required.
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #39,950 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (103 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Learn the secrets to being a classic rock star with the Disney Rock Star Mickey from Fisher-Price. Jam out as Mickey kicks across the floor, bobs his head to new tunes, and drops into a Mickety-Split. As you learn move after move, you'll find yourself thinking: Now, that's one talented mouse!

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  • Ages: Two and up
  • Requires: Four AAA batteries (included); Phillips-head screwdriver to replace batteries
At a Glance:
  • Mickey performs two classic rock tunes when you press his right foot
  • Press Mickey's nose and he'll teach you his moves!
  • Mickey's moves include the Head-Bop, the Kick-Step, the Mickety-Split, and playing the guitar with his nose
  • Start a band with Mickey when you play the Rock Star Guitar (sold separately)
Disney Rock Star Mickey
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One Talented Rock Star Mouse

Rock Star Mickey is no ordinary rock star. When you press his right foot, he'll give an energetic performance of the classic rock tune, "You Really Got Me," during which he'll kick out all his best moves. After he's done, press his right foot again to see a lively performance of his "M to the I Rock Star Remix." During both these performances, he captures the energy of true rock n' roll while putting in his own clever, mouse-style lyrics.

Press Mickey's Nose to Learn His Moves

During his performances, Mickey features four moves: The Head-Bop, the Kick-Step, the Mickety-Split, and playing guitar with his nose! These moves keep him dancing all over the floor. If you want to learn how to rock out like Mickey, all you have to do is push his nose and he'll show you himself.

Start a Rock Band with Your Skills, Too!

While Mickey teaches you about rock n' roll, you'll find that you develop your own skills, too. You and Mickey can start a rock band together when you have what it takes, and you can play the Rock Star Guitar (sold separately). Maybe then you'll show Mickey how it's really done!

What's in the Box

Rock Star Mickey, four AA batteries, and instructions for use.

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Press Mickey's foot to play tunes.
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Disney Rock Star Mickey
Press Mickey's nose to learn his moves.
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Product Description

Fisher-Price Disney's Rock Star Mickey

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Those interactions could be of some educational value.
majormusiclover
Rock Star Mickey will either sing one of two songs (when you press the button on his right foot) or supposedly teach your kid how to do one of his rock star moves.
Gadgester
Use it on hardwood or tile floor as carpeting doesn't work.
Laura B

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

28 of 31 people found the following review helpful By DACHokie VINE VOICE on October 17, 2011
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While Mickey Mouse is a star to most kids already, so it is fitting that ROCK STAR MICKEY now takes the stage. Boasting a cool pair of shades and a wicked electric guitar, it only takes a press of his foot and pinch of his nose before he belts out a mousy version of the Kink's "You Really Got Me", complete with rock star "moves" (considering this doll does the splits, it may more akin to Van Halen's version).

Great concept, but along with the positives, there are some downsides to ROCK STAR MICKEY:

1) He only plays two songs (and only one of those two really qualifies as "rock") and there is a fine line between being a cute novelty and an annoying, repetitive noisemaker. This is the most significant (and quite frankly, the only) major letdown for this toy. The technology is available to allow for more songs ... many more songs.

2) The volume is unchangeable and true to rock star form, he's loud ... ROCK STAR MICKEY will command aural attention from everyone in the room.

3) The rock star persona is a refreshing change of pace for Mickey Mouse ... the attitude, the guitar and the moves (lifting the guitar and doing the splits) are definitely entertaining. Using Mickey to generate a child's interest in rock `n roll is a positive in my book.

4) While the Mickey Mouse doll is plush, there are parts of him (guitar and shoes) that are hard plastic ... unfortunately, ROCK STAR MICKEY it is not going to be a toy that a child will want to cuddle-up with at night (if this is attempted, parents wanting to ensure a good night sleep for everyone in the house would be wise to remove the batteries in case the foot is accidently pressed).

Overall, ROCK STAR MICKEY should prove to be entertaining for a young child at a basic level.
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29 of 34 people found the following review helpful By CKE TOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 20, 2011
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In 2010 Fisher-Price Disney's Dance Star Mickey Dance Star Mickey was one of the "Must-Have Toys" of the Christmas season. Dance Star Mickey was fun, hip, and had a wide assortment of dance moves. In 2011 Fisher-Price has tried to recapture the magic with "Rock Star Mickey", and depending on child they may have another big hit on their fan.

I do believe that Rock Star Mickey has a smaller audience than last year's model. For one, while most kids love to dance not all kids are big fans of the Rock Star theme. This is especially true for younger kids (specifically my 2 year old daughter). Our daughter enjoys Dance Star Mickey, although he is not one of her absolute favorites, but she is less excited about his rockin' cousin.

Notes on Rock Star

- He is a about 4 inches shorter than Dance Star Mickey, but he is also less expensive

- Rock Star Mickey only plays 2 songs, and they do get old

- No volume control

- He does come with batteries

- Packaging was surprisingly easy to open.

- Mickey's voice does not sound quite right, it is a little more squeeky and metallic.

Final Verdict - Rock Star Mickey is likely to garner smiles from your favorite boy or girl, however if I was given a choice our family would stick with Dance Str Mickey. If you have a future rocker.... I could easily see your choice being the opposite.

4 Stars
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Jenn B VINE VOICE on September 29, 2011
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We are huge Mickey fans and this toy is a huge hit. the way he dances around and plays his guitar, the kids think he is so cool. What fun for the family to watch and play with. Tons of fun, we can just sit and watch him for hours. This toy reminds me of the tickle me elmo we got for our son a few years ago. Not sure how long the interest will last, it might be one of those things that as soon as the newness wears off, it won't get played with for a while. I hope not though. Great for little ones, they seem to be ammused by Mickey.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By T Nelson on January 25, 2012
This toy stopped working after just a couple days. It kept singing the songs but didn't move anymore. Then I started reading that many people had the same issue with their mickey toy. I wish I would have read those reviews before I bought this. I am obviously very unhappy with my purchase.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Deborah Price VINE VOICE on September 28, 2011
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This toy has the advantage right off just because it's Mickey Mouse. All children know Mickey. My three-year old granddaughter was thrilled when she saw him. Then when she saw his foot start kicking, she was enthralled with him. She found the button on his foot without any help. She started dancing along with his singing. She squealed with joy when he did the splits. This toy occupied her for a good ten minutes but she did keep coming back to play with him. The two-year old really didn't care for it. Don't know if it's the age or just her preferences.

It took me about 15 minutes to get this toy out of the box!! It is in there very securely. The songs are very repetitive. From an adult perspective, it is annoying! He easily falls over and repeatedly says, "Clean up on aisle five" until he is corrected. His motions do seem to encourage kids to dance and even pretend to play the guitar. So, overall, I'm pleased with Rock Star Mickey.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Connie Woods VINE VOICE on September 29, 2011
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This is such a cute toy. Mickey sings, "plays" guitar, dances and does the splits. I was surprised at how balanced he is considering all the moving he does. My 2 year old grandson loves this toy and barely puts it down to let it "do it's thing". The music is actually rock style with Mickey's lyrics. The only problem is that the mechanical part is pretty noisy. When Mickey is moving, he makes noise that slightly obscures some of what Mickey is saying. When he isn't moving, it's just fine. It says he plays the guitar with his nose, but it's not even close. He justs lifts the guitar in front of him. I don't know how this will hold up to long term useage. The demo batteries are just about out already. He may work better with fresh ones.
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