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  • 90s animated christmas decoration

    Hello everyone,

    I remember that in the 90s, my friend had some sort of animated Disney christmas decoration that I found fascinating. It consisted of about 4 houses similar to coo coo clocks that had a door on the first floor and a window on the top floor. When a button was pressed, random characters would come out of each door and window and synchronizedly sing some christmas carol. I remember that perhaps the doors did not open sideways, but rather lowered down to reveal a character glued to it from the other side. I remember Pluto being one of the characters. I must have been around 1998 when I saw this and I find no information about it on the internet. Did anyone else see this decoration? I would love to hear about it!

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    Re: 90s animated christmas decoration

    I can help. This was called Mickey's Clock Shop and it was made by Mr. Christmas. It would play a bunch of Christmas Carols in harmony and featured Mickey, Pluto, Donald and Goofy who would each pop out of their clocks when it was their part. I own it and it's an awesome piece. Search it on ebay - they're always there.
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      Re: 90s animated christmas decoration

      Thank you so much! It is exactly what I was looking for!!!

      ---------- Post added 11-18-2012 at 10:43 AM ----------

      Too bad that they don't make decorations like this now a days


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        Re: 90s animated christmas decoration

        I myself own Mickeys clock shop from 1993, i remember begging "santa" for it and i did get it.....STILL got it, my gf and I put it up every christmas! Tho Plutos light no longer comes on and Goofy wont close his door any more, but it ALL still works! Not bad for being 20years old THIS year (2013). :thumbup:

        I <3!!


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