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|Mickey Mouse Clubhouse - Mickey's Great Clubhouse Hunt|
Directors: Rob LaDuca, Sherie Pollack
Genres: Comedy, Kids & Family, Television, Animation
Meeska Mooska Mickey Mouse! The search for big fun is just beginning in this all-new adventure from the hit TV show, MICKEY MOUSE CLUBHOUSE. Mickey and his pals are planning the best springtime party ever?and you're invite... more »
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Renee S. from MANCHESTER, CT
Reviewed on 8/25/2011...
This is a wonderful series for toddlers!! I find, as a grandmother, that I also enjoy watching. They are educational as well as fun and my granddaughter loves them. When we need some quiet time together we curl up with either a good book or a Mickey Mouse Clubhouse DVD.
Lisa L. from BRIARWOOD, NY
Reviewed on 3/10/2010...
My 3.5 yr old daughter LOVES the music/stories.
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Crista J. from EAGAN, MN
Reviewed on 1/28/2010...
My daughter loves this. It is an Easter egg/party theme, but also a mystery because the clubhouse goes missing and they have to hunt for it (just like you hunt for Easter eggs). I believe it's only one long episode, though - I don't remeber if there are any extra, shorter episodes included. Catchy music that isn't too incredibly annoying. :-)
Typical Playhouse Disney
Julie Neal | Sanibel Island, Fla. | 03/26/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This DVD features two episodes of the computer-animated "Mickey Mouse Clubhouse" television series. The first is an Easter special, Mickey's Great Clubhouse Hunt. In this double-length (49-minute) episode, when Mickey invites his friends over to celebrate the holiday, Pete seeks revenge when he is left out. There's a good song, "The Best Easter Party Ever." A second episode, "Donald Hiccups", finds the "duck with all the bad luck" unable to sing on Clarabelle Cow's TV show when he comes down with the spasms.
Both shows include the typical Playhouse Disney dose of basic arithmetic, decision-making, music and puzzles. Other characters appearing include Ludwig von Drake, Chip 'n Dale (briefly), even Willie the Giant from the classic cartoon "Mickey and the Beanstalk." There's nothing ground-breaking here, but if your preschooler likes the TV show this is a nice addition."
A great way to share Mickey Mouse with your child
Lady Donna DMU | Chester County, PA | 04/14/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"We first saw this show on the Disney channel. My son liked it so much we went looking for a DVD of the shows and would recommend this to other Moms wanting to share Mickey Mouse with their kids today. There's a balance between things us children of the 70's would remember about the Mickey Mouse Club show and this for us to appreciate it, and it also is enjoyable and memorable for my three year old. It has a good amount of repetition that makes it easy for the show to become familiar to him."
My SON loves it ...
Heather | Orange County, CA | 01/21/2009
(4 out of 5 stars)
"but I really don't like it! I gave this 4 stars because my about-to-turn 3 year-old really likes it. But me ... not so much. I find it really annoying - and I really don't mind the Mickey Mouse Clubhouse TV shows. But this one, UGH. It has the most obnoxious song that they sing throughout the "movie" that makes me cringe every time I hear it.
"The Great Clubhouse Hunt" is a double-length episode set during Spring/Easter. Pete, jealous and upset that Mickey didn't invite him to his Easter Party, attempts to get rid of Mickey and have the Clubhouse to himself to lead. Mayhem ensues and the Clubhouse "floats" away. When Mickey returns (as a result of a fake-out from Pete) he must gather the pieces of the Clubhouse to put it back together. That annoying "springtime" song is sung as well. The episode glosses over Easter too - not really depicting anything that Easter is about, or what makes it fun. They have decorated eggs, a cake and try to have a party, but that's it. They don't talk about decorating eggs, the Easter bunny, or anything else that's "Easter" if that makes sense. Unlike Mickey's Halloween Treat (Disney Mickey Mouse Clubhouse) it doesn't give a good sense of what to look forward to in the holiday.
The other episode is "Donald's Hiccups" which is repeated on the Disney Channel often. My son has seen this one a few times, so he was underwhelmed. But he still watched it - enraptured, of course. ;)"