"Disney's House of Mouse" finally returns to U.S. airwaves
Posted in the Children TV Forum
#1 May 8, 2011
According to some of the staff from The Walt Disney Company, due to Walt Disney Television Animation's split-up of two seperate companies - Walt Disney Television (formerly branded as "Walt Disney Television Animation") and Walt Disney Animation Studios (formerly branded as "DisneyToon Studios"), the first 52 episodes and 2 TV specials with a total of over 54 productions of Disney's House of Mouse are all coming back to television, and'll finally be broadcast on all of its local "ABC Television Network" stations, Disney Channel, Disney XD, and the "Disney Cinemagic" channel, all that are finally being produced by "Walt Disney Television" and "Walt Disney Animation Studios" in syndicated repeats, which'll start around January 2012, which is due to the upcoming creation of "Disney's House of Mouse (2nd Series)" around July 2011, which is being produced by Walt Disney Television and Walt Disney Animation Studios.
The majority of the cartoons that are finally being shown on "Disney's House of Mouse" (2nd Series) were new cartoons and short-gag segments originated from "Mickey Mouse Works", all featuring Mickey Mouse and his friends, although classic theatrical cartoons from the 1930s 'thru the 1950s were also being shown as well. "Disney's House of Mouse" (second series) will finally feature the original recording of the same theme song as in the first series, with the animation still remaining traditionally cel-shaded hand-drawn. Almost many (not all) of the Disney characters when appearing in crowd shots, speak as guests and attendees throughout every one of over 26 30-minute episodes and 1 90-minute TV special each season. Exceptions were made for Wilbur & Orville (from "The Rescuers" series), Christopher Robin, and even a fewer other characters who won't speak to the audience as guests and attendees; the example is that of Gus & Jaq from "Cinderella" don't speak very often and neither Wendy Darling's brothers or a couple of other characters.
Almost all 26 half-hour episodes from the first series will each get syndicated under the course of two seasons, along with the 2 TV specials (1 TV special under the course of each season), because 26 30-minute episodes and 1 90-minute TV special of "Disney's House of Mouse" (second series) were being delivered each year for five years, and are each being shown on all of its local "ABC Television Network" stations, Disney Channel, Disney XD, and the "Disney Cinemagic" channel each year for five years, with each season finally airing between January and December every year with 26 episodes and 1 TV special being broadcast on TV each. In addition, the 90-minute pilot episode of "Disney's House of Mouse" (second series) is finally being broadcast on all of its local "ABC Television Network" stations, Disney Channel, Disney XD and the "Disney Cinemagic" channel around July 21, 2012.
#2 May 8, 2011
The pilot episode of "Disney's House of Mouse" (2nd Series), a 90-minute TV special titled "Rockin' at the House of Mouse", is finally being released on DVD & Blu-Ray Disc around July 24, 2012, which'll include bonus features like 7 character interviews - Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Goofy, Pluto, Jiminy Cricket, Dumbo, and Tinker Bell - and 3 theatrical short-gag cartoons from "Mickey Mouse Works" (1999), plus The Making of Mickey Mouse Works, Brian Setzer's "Rockin' at the House of Mouse" extended music video, and others.
The following bonus features were 7 character interviews (Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Goofy, Pluto, Jiminy Cricket, Tinker Bell and Dumbo), as well as 3 short-gag cartoon segments from "Mickey Mouse Works" (each one of which were previously shown in theatres before every Disney movie comes on, as of 1999).
* "PLUTO GETS THE PAPER: SPACESHIP" (shown in theatres before "My Favorite Martian")
* "DONALD'S DYNAMITE: OPERA BOX" (shown in theatres before "Doug's 1st Movie")
* "GOOFY'S EXTREME SPORTS: SKATING THE HALF-PIPE" (shown before "I'll Be Home for Christmas")
According to some of the staff from The Walt Disney Company, Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment will finally release the film itself on DVD & Blu-Ray Disc around July 24, 2012.
#3 May 8, 2011
"Disney's House of Mouse" (2nd Series) features Bret Iwan, Tony Anselmo, Bill Farmer and Phil Snyder reprising their voice-over roles as Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Goofy & Jiminy Cricket respectively. Russi Taylor, Tress MacNeille, and Corey Burton will reprise their voice-over roles as Minnie Mouse, Daisy Duck and Ludwig Von Drake respectively. Michael Welch is too old to voice Pinocchio, so he was being voiced by one of the child voice actors. Thea Vidale replaces Lillian Randolph by re-dubbing the voice of the character that looks similar to Mammy Two-Shoes in MGM's Tom & Jerry cartoons, but she only appeared in two classic theatrical cartoons shown in "Disney's House of Mouse" (Figaro & Cleo for the "Pets"-themed episode, and Pantry Pirate for the "Hooks"-themed episode).
The second series does not show Roy E. Disney anymore ever since he passed away in 2009, and Phineas & Ferb and their sister Candace will appear in as cameos throughout five episodes of Disney's House of Mouse, all replacing Pepper Ann and her mother Lydia. In addition to all of its characters who've appeared in the first series, all of the other characters from most of Disney's animated feature films & TV shows and theme-park attractions who never originally appeared throughout the first series will appear in over 130 episodes and 6 TV specials of "Disney's House of Mouse" (2nd Series); examples include Roger Rabbit, Baby Herman, the Toon Patrol, Tarzan & Jane and all their animal friends, Brutus & Nero from "The Rescuers", Jessica Rabbit, Cody and all of his animal friends plus Marahute, The Beagle Boys, The Country Bears, characters from "Pirates of the Caribbean", Stan Woozle & Heff Heffalump, Cassie the Bluebird, Penny & Rufus from "The Rescuers", Jenny Foxworth and her butler Winston, and even some of the other characters will appear throughout the second series.
"Disney's House of Mouse" (2nd Series) will finally be dedicated to Wayne Allwine, Eddie Carroll & Roy Edward Disney. According to some of the staff from The Walt Disney Company, the show won't be cancelled anymore and is being re-started with the second series being in production, as of c. 2011/2012. The majority of the cartoons that are finally being shown in "Disney's House of Mouse" (2nd Series), will be new cartoons and short-gag segments originated from Mickey Mouse Works (including all 6 of its returning short-gag segment skits), and also shown on the show itself were classic theatrical cartoons from the '30s,'40s & '50s, all of these cartoons finally feature either Mickey Mouse and/or his friends who appear throughout the show itself.
St. John's, Canada
#4 Jun 4, 2011
YAY!!! It's about time ABC realizes we need Disney Cinemagic in the USA! Now that its coming to the USA at some point in the future it will definitely come to Canada! WE just got Disney XD recently!!!
#5 Feb 18, 2012
But what about Oswald the lucky rabbit: he is mickey's older brother and disney got the rights to him again in 2006 I heard that he would be in it as well as one of the two girlfriends he's had ether ortensia(Sadie) or fanny
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