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Disney Channel's 'Mickey Mouse Clubhouse,'Previewed - PRNewswire - 4/26/06

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  • Disney Channel's 'Mickey Mouse Clubhouse,'Previewed - PRNewswire - 4/26/06

    Disney Channel's 'Mickey Mouse Clubhouse,' a New Playhouse Disney Series for Preschoolers, Previewed at Disney Parks and Resorts Worldwide During Special PremEar in the Park Celebration

    -- John Tartaglia ("Johnny & the Sprites") Emcees at Walt Disney World --

    Full story at : http://www.prnewswire.com/cgi-bin/st...04348527&EDATE=

    BURBANK, Calif., April 26 /PRNewswire/ -- Kids and families around the world got the first look at Mickey's vibrant new interactive TV series,
    "Mickey Mouse Clubhouse," during a PremEar in the Park celebration on
    WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26, at Disneyland Resort, Walt Disney World Resort, HongKong Disneyland, Disneyland Resort Paris, and aboard the Disney Cruise Line. (Tokyo Disneyland Resort will PremEar the show on May 7, 2006 along with the global launch of the series.) At Walt Disney World Resort near Orlando, Fla., Tony Award-nominee John Tartaglia of Playhouse Disney's "Johnny & the Sprites" emceed the celebration, joining Mickey and his pals to present the exciting new series on a big movie-style screen.

    Adam Sanderson, Senior Vice President, Brand Marketing, Disney ABC
    Cable Networks Group, said, "The 'Mickey Mouse Clubhouse' series launch
    marks the first time we've had a same-day global launch of a series so we
    wanted to usher it in with a special celebration and there's no better place than at Disney theme parks."
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    Re: Disney Channel's 'Mickey Mouse Clubhouse,'Previewed - PRNewswire - 4/26/06

    Have a mice day: Mickey gets run of 'Clubhouse'



    A computerized Mickey is as warm & friendly as ever.

    "Mickey Mouse Clubhouse." Friday night at 7:30,
    Saturday morning at 9, Disney Channel.

    Time passes and generations change, but Mickey Mouse endures.
    The rodent with short pants became an instant sensation in Walt Disney's 1928 cartoon short "Steamboat Willie."
    In 1940, he tugged at conductor Leopold Stokowski's tails, and brought brooms to water-pail-toting life in the movie "Fantasia." And in 1955, he lent his name and image to ABC's "The Mickey Mouse Club," one of the most successful children's programs of all time.
    Mickey and his dog, Pluto, were featured in a cartoon, "Pueblo Pluto," on the first installment of "The Mickey Mouse Club." And almost 80 years after Mickey first whistled in "Steamboat Willie," they're key players in the newest jewel in the Disney crown: "Mickey Mouse Clubhouse."
    http://www.nydailynews.com/entertain...p-350113c.html
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      Re: Disney Channel's 'Mickey Mouse Clubhouse,'Previewed - PRNewswire - 4/26/06

      Already set my tivo to record the show.
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        Re: Disney Channel's 'Mickey Mouse Clubhouse,'Previewed - PRNewswire - 4/26/06

        so does it premiere on disney channel on friday? i'm confused...
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          Re: Disney Channel's 'Mickey Mouse Clubhouse,'Previewed - PRNewswire - 4/26/06

          Originally posted by pixie chick
          so does it premiere on disney channel on friday? i'm confused...
          Yes I believe so.
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            Re: Disney Channel's 'Mickey Mouse Clubhouse,'Previewed - PRNewswire - 4/26/06

            latimes.com
            by Scott Cohen
            5/8/06
            Mickey Mouse: 2.8M Viewer Record

            Disney Channel's Friday premiere of "Mickey Mouse Clubhouse," the CG-animated series that uses Mickey, Pluto and other characters to teach math skills to preschoolers, was the highest-rated Playhouse Disney series premiere ever, with 2.8 million total viewers, according to figures from Nielsen Media Research.

            That's a pretty big tally for cable TV, especially for such a narrowly targeted show. In fact, that's nearly what "South Park," Comedy Central's top-rated program, does for a new episode. I'm going to take a wild stab that the audiences for the two shows overlap only slightly. (You know who you are.)
            http://www.latimes.com/
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