Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed in at the House of Mouse G CC

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Starring Mickey Mouse and 35 of the world's most beloved characters, this one-of-a-kind adventure joyously captures the spirit of Christmas and is sure to delight the entire family.

Starring:
Carlos Alazraqui, Wayne Allwine
Runtime:
1 hour, 2 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Adventure, Comedy, Kids & Family
Director Tony Craig, Roberts Gannaway, Rick Calabash
Starring Carlos Alazraqui, Wayne Allwine
Supporting actors Tony Anselmo, Jeff Bennett, Jodi Benson, Robby Benson, Corey Burton, Eddie Carroll, Pat Carroll, John Cleese, Peter Cullen, Bill Farmer, Jonathan Freeman, Jennifer Hale, Maurice LaMarche, Tress MacNeille, J.P. Manoux, Mark Moseley, Paige O'Hara, Rob Paulsen
Studio Walt Disney Pictures
MPAA rating G (General Audience)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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Format: DVD
In 2001, Disney released "Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed In at the House of Mouse", a Christmas special from the House of Mouse TV Show. And like most Disney releases, once it's released, don't expect to see another release again for years. And in this case, 8 years later (2009) and right in time for the holidays, "Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed In at the House of Mouse" is back.

This Christmas episode is about how all the Disney characters (characters from nearly every Disney animated film) are stranded at the House of Mouse (a night club) due to a snow storm. So, Mickey being the gracious host that he is, is trying to bring home that Christmas spirit and entertain his guest. The problem is that Donald Duck is not having a great time is like the scrooge at the Christmas party. So, Mickey tries to make Donald happy and entertain his guest by showing classic Disney animated shorts which include:

* Donald On Ice (1999) - Donald tries to learn to skate, while Huey, Dewey and Louie try to build a snowman. But unfortunately, Donald's inability to skate tends to ruin the triplets chance at building their snowman.
* Pluto's Christmas Tree (1952) -Mickey cuts down a Christmas Tree and doesn't know that the Chipmunks: Chip & Dale are living in the tree. Unfortunately, Chip & Dale tend to drive Pluto nuts and thus Pluto does what he can to get the Chipmunks.
* The Nutcracker (1999) - A young girl (played by Minnie Mouse) receives a present (which is a wooden mouse) and dreams for it to become real, so she can dance with him.
* Mickey's Christmas Carol (1983) - The popular Disney Christmas animated short features the story of Scrooge McDuck and how he's mean to everyone for Christmas until he learns a lesson from the Spirit of Christmas past.
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28 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Blake Petit VINE VOICE on November 20, 2002
Format: DVD
There have been dozens of film adaptations of "A Christmas Carol" -- including particularly good ones starring George C. Scott and Patrick Stewart. "Mickey's Christmas Carol" is one of my favorites. The Disney characters take the roles in Charles Dickens's classic story of greed, ghosts and redemption. This also has the significance of being the first cartoon to feature the Scrooge McDuck character, who was created and popularized by Carl Barks in the Disney comic books. He is voiced here, and in most later appearances, by Alan Young (alias Wilbur from "Mr. Ed".)
You can't find it alone on video or DVD, but last year it was released in part of an anthology movie, "Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed in at the House of Mouse." This movie is worth it for the Christmas Carol adaptation alone, but also has several new shorts and the 1952 classic "Pluto's Christmas Tree," that makes it worth picking up. The framing sequence is so-so -- a take on the "House of Mouse" cartoon show, but it's got nice bits and the Disney fans out there will appreciate it.
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20 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Monty Moonlight VINE VOICE on November 30, 2001
Format: DVD
Some people have hated this DVD, most actually, and a handful have been able to see the good points in this obviously flawed feature. No doubt, there was some false advertising involved, but it's really only the point that it has been referred to as an ALL NEW FEATURE. I've tried to write this review so many times, but it's always too long to be posted, so I'm going to cut to the chase with this attempt, so here goes. First, you HAVE to see the House of Mouse TV show before watching this Christmas special in order to appreciate it. If you had ever seen it you would have known exactly what to expect. Disney even provides us with the premiere episode as an extra on this DVD, of course that still means you have to buy it first. But I do suggest you watch that premiere episode before the feature anyway. In fact, it's actually better than the feature, not counting the wonderful Mickey's Christmas Carol segment. There are 3 other extras on this DVD by the way, two sing a longs, and a really unnecessary and short look into cartoon sound effects. As for the feature, the other reviewers aren't giving you the entire details when they say there is hardly any new footage. The new footage is probably equal to the old, or almost anyway. There are two "new" cartoons, along with the new wraparound footage, which is where you get to see all the Disney characters hanging out and sometimes performing, in Mickey's nightclub. They are never in the main cartoons, but they usually, especially in the regular episodes of the show, do get a good amount of screen time. It's just that they want to show you so many characters that few of them really get that much to do. The joy is seeing all of them together, period. For some Disney fans that alone is a wonderful treat.Read more ›
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Rondell Gunn on November 14, 2001
Format: DVD
I have to admit, the video is fun. Like all Disney animated
adventures the graphics are excellent and it is nice to see the
'House of Mouse' gang together. However, the one and only real
complaint is that the Disney advertising machine has once again
pulled the wool over the eyes of the buying public. True, there
is a lot of the mouse gang available, but the majority of the
movie consists of an old Pluto/Chip n' Dale cartoon and the more
recent 'Mickey's Christmas Carol'. For anyone who has a collection of Disney animation, and especially the Christmas
releases, disappointment will follow purchase. The T.V. ads are
deceptive and the write up on back of the VHS and DVD does not
mention that it is basically a reprint. For those who do not own a great deal of Disney animation or the Christmas Carol starring Mickey and Uncle Scrooge, it will be a treat. For those
who do, beware.
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