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A list of every short, feature film and television show that Donald Duck has appeared in.

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Disney Animated Shorts


Airing from 1921 onwards Features all of the animated short films produced by Walt Disney and Walt Disney Animation Studios, from 1921 to the present. This includes films produced at the Laugh-O-Gram Studio which Disney founded in 1921 as well as the animation studio now owned by The Walt Disney Company, called the Disney Brothers Cartoon Studio (1923), The Walt Disney Studio (1926), Walt Disney Productions (1929), Walt Disney Feature Animation (1986), and Walt Disney Animation Studios (2007), and includes all of the cartoons of Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Goofy, Pluto, Humphrey the Bear and the Disney produced Oswald the Lucky Rabbit shorts.

The Wise Little Hen


The Wise Little Hen of the title is looking for someone to help her plant her corn. Peter Pig and Donald Duck both feign belly aches to get out of the chore since they would rather play than work. So, with help from her chicks, she plants it herself. Harvest time comes; again, Peter and Donald claim belly aches, but the hen sees through this when boards of their clubhouse fall off showing their little act when they shake hands with each other for evading responsibility. Upon wising up to their ruse, she and her chicks wink at each other upon knowing what to do with Peter and Donald later. She cooks up a tantalizing assortment of corn dishes, and heads over to Peter and Donald to help her eat them, but before she can open her mouth, they already fake their belly aches. Once she asks, they are miraculously "cured" but all she gives them is castor oil, to teach them a lesson. As the hen and her chicks eat the corn themselves, Peter and Donald, with nothing but an appetite, repent with all their might by kicking each other in the rump.

The Band Concert


Mickey is a frustrated bandleader dealing with obnoxious peanut vendor and flute player Donald, who tries to persuade the band to play "Turkey in the Straw," and a cyclone hits before his concert of "William Tell Overture" is completed.

Mickey's Service Station


Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck and Goofy are working at a car service station, working together to fix a broken car. Soon Pete (Disney) comes by, and angrily demands that they fix a squeak (to the tune of "Yankee Doodle") in his tire. He tells them that if they don't get the job done in ten minutes, they'll have their heads cut off. Scared by the thought, they quickly get to work. Slight gags show them to be inept at car repairing, including scenes where Goofy and Donald pull each other through the car's lights, Mickey getting stuck in a tire several times, and Goofy smashing pieces of the car's engine.

On Ice


Moving Day


Mickey and Donald are six months overdue on their rent payments for their home. Sheriffs in the United States Pete bangs on the front door and punches Mickey in the face when he goes to answer. Pete gives them a "''Notice to Dispossess''" authorizing him not only to Eviction them, but to Public auction as Collateral (finance). He furiously strikes a match on Donald's bill to light his cigar, throws it into his mouth and then leaving to put signs for cheap furniture.

Clock Cleaners


Mickey, Donald, and Goofy are assigned to clean a tall clock tower in New York City. Mickey is outside cleaning the Clock face with a mop by riding on the second hand. Goofy is inside the building cleaning gear teeth with a large toothbrush. Donald (singing "Hickory Dickory Dock") starts to mop the mainspring, ignoring several warning signs. He gets the mop caught and springs it loose.

Lonesome Ghosts


On a dark and stormy night, four bored ghosts decide to have some fun by calling the "Ajax Ghost Exterminators." Shriek with laughter as ghost hunters Micky, Donald and Goofy are scared silly by the hilarious haunts and taunts of these spirited pranksters!

Donald's Golf Game


Donald is golfing, and his nephews are along to "help." Between their noise and their practical jokes, Donald isn't having a lot of fun or success with his game.

The Hockey Champ


Donald Duck and his three nephews go to a Field hockey, shows his nephews the moves that won him his hockey trophy. But the boys have a few moves of their own, and another chaos is happening...

Beach Picnic


Donald Duck is at the beach singing happily, having a sea bathing and a picnic. After preparing the food, he tries to ride on a Air mattress named Seabiscuit, but gets repeatedly bounced off, annoying him.

Fire Chief


The cartoon shows Donald as a firefighter along with his nephews. When the nephews get tired of Donald's snoring, they sound the fire alarm to wake him up, but Donald instead thinks that there is a fire so he rushes to get on the fire truck. He then comes back up to blow the horn to wake them up. Donald and his nephews lead to fire safety like soldiers but Donald falls backwards then Huey hit two of the nephews falling on Donald which sounds like the NBC Chimes.



Early to Bed


The film opens with Donald Duck yawning at the sunset, ready to go to bed. However, when he lays down, he hits his head on the bed. He angrily moves down the bed, fluffs his pillow, and lays back down. As soon as his head touches the pillow, it explodes with a burst of feathers. The screen cuts to Donald lying on the bed again with a new pillow. This time, whenever he places his head on the pillow, the clock on his bedside table begins to loudly tick-tock. He puts the clock away into a drawer, but then; the entire drawer begins to vibrate due to the loud sound of the clock. Donald, visibly becoming angry, retrieves the clock from the drawer and throws it against the wall. It lands in a vase, and the entire vase begins to shake with the loud tick-tock of the clock. Finally, Donald throws the clock out of the window, where it gets caught in some laundry and bouncing back up, landing into Donald's yawning mouth and causing him to accidentally swallow it. After various attempts to break the clock that is still ticking inside him, Donald manages to spit out the now broken clock into small pieces.

The Reluctant Dragon


Humorist Robert Benchley learns about the animation process at Walt Disney Studios while trying to find the great man himself to pitch him the idea of making a cartoon about a shy dragon.

All Together


In 1942, Mickey Mouse, conducting his band on a moving bandwagon, leads a parade marching through the streets of Ottawa, past the Canadian Parliament Hill. In order, Pinocchio, Mister Geppetto, Figaro (Disney), Donald Duck, Huey, Dewey, and Louie Duck, and Pluto (Disney) carry banners with messages such as "All together for war savings" and "5 for 4."

Symphony Hour


Mickey conducts a radio orchestra who performs the Light Cavalry Overture (by Franz von Suppé). The sponsor (Pete (Disney) as Mr. Sylvester Macaroni) loves the rehearsal and agrees to have it shown in concert. On the night of the performance, everyone is soon ready, except, of course, for Goofy, who accidentally drops all the instruments under an elevator, severely damaging, if not outright destroying, all of the instruments, thereby ruining the instruments' ability to make musical sounds. Macaroni and Mickey are completely unaware of the unfortunate mishap until the orchestra starts to "play" the damaged instruments. Throughout the outrageous concert, Mickey struggles with anxiety while Macaroni throws tantrums from inside of his private viewing room. Macaroni is reduced to tears when the concert ends, believing his reputation to be ruined. But he suddenly lightens up when he hears the thunderous applause from the audience.

Bellboy Donald


Donald Duck works as a bellboy in Lofty Manors hotel. He was scolded by the boss for the bad behavior to the guest, and if he makes one mistake, he will be Dismissal (employment) for good. He also forced Donald that when he's attempted to strike somebody he has to remember the motto '''The guest is always right.''' Donald then promised to be a better bellboy.

Saludos Amigos


A colourful kaleidoscope of art, adventure and music set to a toe-tapping samba beat. Your international traveling companions are none other than famous funny friends, Donald Duck and Goofy. They keep things lively as Donald encounters a stubborn llama and "El Gaucho" Goofy tries on the cowboy way of life...South American-style. From high Andes peaks to Argentina's pampas to the sights and sounds of Rio de Janeiro.

Donald Duck and the Gorilla


On a stormy night, Donald and his nephews overhear the radio announcer, Breckenridge, notify the listeners that a mountain gorilla named Ajax (Disney) has escaped from the city zoo. The nephews pale with fright, and Donald laughs at them. As a prank, Donald frightens his nephews with gorilla hands to make it seem as if he is Ajax. The nephews spotted Donald from the keyhole and in order to retaliate on their uncle, the nephews dress up in a gorilla suit and lay under Donald on the armchair (which Donald was sitting on to read a book), and eat Donald's lollipop while Donald is unaware of them. Donald heard the crunchy noise and discovers the sharp teeth and stare up at the fake gorilla, pale with great fright, he runs away. The nephews popped up from the suit and all laugh hysterically.

Contrary Condor


Donald Duck tried to collect some eggs from a condor, but things got worse.

The Three Caballeros


When Donald receives a magical collection of gifts from his friends, they become his passport to a fantastic musical journey with José Carioca and Panchito. With these experts to guide him, Donald hops, skips and jumps his way through an adventure, with each stop full of surprises and sensational songs.

The Eyes Have It


Donald receives a package in the mail containing a hypnosis kit with a pair of goggles. He decides to test the goggles on Pluto. He hypnotizes Pluto to think he's a variety of animals—a mouse, a turtle, a chicken—and each time Pluto starts behaving like the animal, even partially taking on its form. While in his chicken form he gets into a fight with a rooster, so Donald hypnotizes him to think he's a lion. Pluto becomes ferocious and starts attacking the rooster, and the two run into Donald, inadvertently causing the goggles to shatter. Pluto chases Donald, now unable to control him, back to his house and wrecks much of the place. They both end up breaking through the rooftop and running into midair, before plummeting violently to the ground, knocking Donald unconscious and returning Pluto to his normal self. Pluto licks Donald's face to wake him up, but thinking he's still in his lion state, Donald frantically rushes away. Pluto Fourth wall with a confused expression.

No Sail


Donald's Double Trouble


Donald Duck is inside a telephone booth in a telephone call with Daisy Duck, who scolds him for a lack of manners and criticizes him for his poor use of the English language and threatens to Breakup if Donald doesn't learn to speak proficiently after which she slams the phone down and the telephone booth literally explodes, depicting Daisy as extremely furious, and Donald's clothes worn-out in the process.

Fun and Fancy Free


Jiminy Cricket hosts two lively tales: Bongo, the whimsical story of a little circus bear who proves that the size of his heart and brain is bigger than the most bearish bully; and Micky and the Beanstalk, where Mickey, Donald and Goofy confront Willie the Giant.

Mickey and the Beanstalk


When a mysterious thief steals Happy Valley's most prized possession -- the musical Singing Harp, Mickey, Donald, and Goofy team up to find the it and face off against the irritable Willie the Giant.

Melody Time


Melody Time features seven timeless stories, each enhanced with high-spirited music and unforgettable characters. Donald Duck puts on a display of jazzy antics as the star of "Blame It On The Samba." Music becomes a real adventure for a busy bumble bee in "Bumble Boogie." Cheer on the mischievous young tugboat in "Little Toot" and root for the heroes of legend and myth in "Johnny Appleseed" and "Pecos Bill."

All in a Nutshell


In this cartoon short, Donald is the sole-proprietor of a roadside nut butter stand called "Don's Nut Butter". The stand is in the shape of a giant walnut. Donald begins the day by placing a bucket of nuts into a hopper that will extract the nut from the shell and crush the nut into a butter. The machine starts a conveyor belt of jars and as they pass under the hopper, the jars are filled. Donald is waiting at the end of the line to label and cap the jars and place them on his shelves commenting that, "These will sell like hot cakes". Donald soon realizes his machine is out of nuts and he must go out to gather more.

The Greener Yard


An old beetle (though he looks more like Jiminy Cricket) living next door to Donald Duck explains to his young charge why Donald's garden isn't the paradise it appears to be, by recounting his battles with Donald when he first discovered the garden, and his narrow escape assisted by a couple of birds.

Pluto's Christmas Tree


Mickey and Pluto are searching for a Christmas tree, while Chip and Dale are looking for acorns in the forest. Once the chipmunks see Pluto, they hit him with acorns and scurry from his chasing. Once Pluto is distracted, they hide in a tree. Mickey chops down that very tree, unaware that the two are in it.



Originally hosted by Walt Disney himself, the series presented animated cartoons and other material (some original, some pre-existing) from the studio library. The show originally even featured one-hour edits of such then-recent Disney films as Alice in Wonderland, and in other cases, telecasts of complete Disney films split into two or more one-hour episodes.Occasionally, a more educational segment, such as The Story of the Animated Drawing, would be featured.

The Wonderful World of Disney


Walt Disney, one of Hollywood's most ambitious producers, was first approached to do television in 1950, when The Coca-Cola Company offered him a one-hour special. The one hour special, "One Hour in Wonderland," aired December 25, 1950 on NBC and garnered 90% of the television viewing audience. A second special, "The Walt Disney Christmas Special," aired December 25, 1951 on CBS. When Walt had drawn up plans for a theme park, known as Disneyland, he found a hard time obtaining funding; critics, including Walt's brother Roy, thought that it was unfeasible and that it would be a fiasco. At the same time, the ABC television network offered him a deal for a television anthology series. Walt wouldn't agree to it unless they put up partial financing for Disneyland (a term that had kept CBS and NBC from signing with him). ABC agreed, and also paid him $50,000 per program, an exorbitant sum for the time. The show, titled Disneyland, premiered on October 27, 1954 and was an immediate success. The program showcased original works from the Disney Studios. Cartoons, documentaries, educational shorts, all were shown to a captive worldwide audience. Variety was the key to its success, as it kept most of what it did fresh, multi-cultural and constantly changing its entertainment.

Grin and Bear It


Donald Duck is on his way to Brownstone National Park to have "fun, fun, fun"!

The Mickey Mouse Club


"Who's the leader of the club that's made for you and me?" Next to Howdy Doody (which it helped unseat), The Mickey Mouse Club was the defining children's television program of the 1950's. The show, which aired daily, featured a true variety of entertainment: singing, dancing, guest stars, classic… More Disney cartoons, serials, and a group of talented kids who became overnight sensations—the Mouseketeers. Led by adult leader Jimmy Dodd, and flanked by hefty Disney animator Roy Williams, the Mouseketeers sang and danced their way into the hearts of the first TV generation. The standout of the group was Annette Funicello. Young America watched as the lovely and talented teenaged beauty developed before their very eyes. Annette soon starred in her own serial on the show, and went on to a successful career in film and music. Another popular element of the show was the serialized adventures of The Hardy Boys and Spin and Marty. Veteran Disney child actor Tim Considine starred in both, making him what many refer to as the "Honorary Mouseketeer." Other serial performers included Tommy Kirk, David Stollery, and Roy Barcroft. Days of the Week : Monday - Fun With Music Day Tuesday - Guest Star Day Wednesday - Anything Can Happen Day Thursday - Circus Day Friday - Talent Round-Up Day Theme Song: Who's the leader of the club That's made for you and me M-I-C-K-E-Y M-O-U-S-E Hey! there, Hi! there, Ho! there You're as welcome as can be M-I-C-K-E-Y M-O-U-S-E Mickey Mouse! Mickey Mouse! Forever let us hold our banner High! High! High! High! Come along and sing a song And join the jamboree! M-I-C-K-E-Y M-O-U-S-E Mickey Mouse club We'll have fun We'll be new faces High! High! High! High! We'll do things and We'll go places All around the world We'll go marching Who's the leader of the club That's made for you and me M-I-C-K-E-Y M-O-U-S-E Hey! there, Hi! there, Ho! there You're as welcome as can be M-I-C-K-E-Y M-O-U-S-E Mickey Mouse! Mickey Mouse! Forever let us hold our banner Hi

No Hunting


Donald Duck is enjoying a luxurious meal under a large portrait of his American pioneer grandfather. The narrator notes that Donald's life is significantly easier than his ancestor who had to hunt in order to survive. Donald then sees that hunting season begins the next day and, possessed by the spirit of his grandfather, decides to participate.

Beezy Bear


Beekeeper Donald catches Humphrey the bear raiding his hives. He complains to Ranger Woodlore, who assembles his bears and lectures them. Donald puts up a barbed wire fence, which slows Humphrey down a bit, but doesn't stop him.

Donald and the Wheel


Two "spirits of progress" are observing the potential inventor of the wheel. These spirits are never seen aside from their Aura (paranormal)s. One of these spirits is an adult (voiced by Thurl Ravenscroft) and is accompanied by his beatnik-talking son (voiced by Max Smith (voice actor)). The elder is trying to explain the importance of the wheel to his son. They observe a caveman (portrayed by Donald Duck) trying to haul his supply sled up a hill and into a cave. Donald is then chased out of the cave by a tiger. He gets away, but the tiger tumbles down a hill wrapped around a rock. The spirits tell Donald that this should be the inspiration for his invention of the wheel.

Donald's Fire Survival Plan


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Family Planning


A short Disney film on what planning for a family is and how it works.

The Mouse Factory


The Mouse Factory is an American syndicated television series produced by Walt Disney Productions and created by Ward Kimball, that ran from 1972 to 1974. It showed clips from various Disney cartoons and movies, hosted by celebrity guests (credited as being "Mickey's Friend"), including Johnny Brown, Charles Nelson Reilly, JoAnne Worley and many more, visiting the Disney studio (or "The Mouse Factory") and interacting with the walk-around Disney characters from the Disney Theme Parks. It was later re-run on the Disney Channel in the 1980s and '90s.

Mickey's Christmas Carol


On Christmas Eve in 19th-century London, Ebenezer Scrooge (played by Scrooge McDuck) is a surly money-lender who does not share the merriment of Christmas. He declines his nephew Fred (Donald Duck)'s invitation to Christmas dinner, then brushes off two gentlemen (Rat and Mole) fundraising aid for the poor. His loyal employee Bob Cratchit (Mickey Mouse) requests to have half of Christmas Day off, to which Scrooge reluctantly accepts, but says Cratchit would be docked half a day's pay.

Donald Duck's 50th Birthday


Donald is shown in both animated and costumed form, interacting with emcee Dick Van Dyke and other cast members. The film not only shows Donald's life, but also depicts an extensive international tour that Donald went on in 1984 as well as showing various celebrities of the day wishing Donald happy birthday. The tour culminates in a parade in Donald's honor at Disneyland.



When Donald Duck decides to join the Navy, he leaves his nephews, Huey, Dewey and Louie, in the care of his cantankerous Uncle Scrooge. He is an eccentric and miserly billionare who loves to literally swim in his money that is held in his corporate headquarters/vault known as the Money Bin. While the initial meeting was less than pleasant, events soon have them, along with a newly hired nanny, her daughter and Scrooge's stupid but skilled pilot, on countless adventures as the group goes around the world looking for treasure, or defending Scrooge's current assets from enemies like the Beagle Boys or Magica De Spell.

DuckTales The Movie: Treasure of the Lost Lamp


Scrooge McDuck, everyone's favorite rich uncle, treks from his mansion home in Duckburg in search of the long-lost loot of the legendary thief Collie Baba, with nephews Huey, Dewey and Louie plus niece Webbigail Vanderquack at his side.

The Prince and the Pauper


The story begins in England when a king ruled the country with peace and compassion. However, the good king has fallen ill, and his greedy Captain of the guards, Pete (Disney), plunders and terrorizes the country in the king's name. One day, when Mickey Mouse, Goofy and Pluto (Disney), three beggars are trying to get money for some food, Captain Pete's carriage, filled with stolen food, passes. Pluto sees a sausage stand out from the carriage and gives chase, pursuing it into the castle. When Mickey knocks on the door to get his dog back, one of the soldiers opens the door and lets him in, mistaking him for the Prince. Pete lectures the soldier for letting anyone in, pointing out where the real prince is: in class with his teacher, Horace Horsecollar and his valet, Donald Duck. The Prince hears Pete outside, roughly handling Mickey and Pluto. The prince orders them to be brought to him right away. Pete kicks Mickey through the door and forces Pluto out of the castle.

Quack Pack


Donald Duck is in charge of his trio of rebellious teenage nephews, Huey (R) Louie (G) and Dewey (B), who make life difficult for him. Most of the time they're a pain, but their Uncle Donald still loves them.

Mickey Mouse Works


Mickey Mouse Works was created to recreate the golden age of Disney's animated shorts, featuring some of Disney’s most popular characters. By using basic colors and the original sound effects, effort was put forth to capture the look and feel of classic Disney. Each half-hour episode consisted of a variety of cartoons, varying in length from ninety seconds to twelve minutes. These shorts fell into three general types: the brief gag cartoons, the longer character-based cartoons, and the more classically-based "Mouse Tales" (usually the show's longest segment). The character-based segments also included "Silly Symphonies", carrying on the tradition of that series of theatrical shorts.

Mickey's Once Upon a Christmas


Mickey and his friends tell three stories including "A Very Goofy Christmas" and "Mickey and Minnie's Gift of the Magi."

Fantasia 2000


Blending lively music and brilliant animation, this sequel to the original 'Fantasia' restores 'The Sorcerer's Apprentice' and adds seven new shorts.

House of Mouse


House of Mouse is the former but even better Mickey Mouse Works. "House of Mouse" is a nightclub-type theater, where Mickey himself emcees nightly. Stars of every Disney film ever made are seated in the audience, often becoming part of the show themselves, as Mickey and his friends entertain.

Mickey's House of Villains


It is Halloween night at the House of Mouse, and a lot of villains are showing up. List of Disney's Aladdin characters has a trick in store for the usual heroes of the House, but the villains have to wait until midnight for him to unleash it.

Mickey, Donald, Goofy: The Three Musketeers


The story begins with Troubadour, a French accented turtle who loves songs, backstage of a show trying to remind the narrator that he promised to use one of Troubadour's songs. The narrator ignores the turtle and breaks his promise, but accidentally falls through a trapdoor just as the show is about to begin. Consequently, Troubadour is ushered to tell the audience the story at the last minute. Panicking, Troubadour quickly picks up The Three Musketeers storybook and begins reading.

Mickey's Twice Upon a Christmas


A computer-animated omnibus featuring five shorts starring classic Disney characters. The shorts include "Belles of Ice," in which Daisy Duck and Minnie Mouse's friendship comes under strain during an ice skating competition; "Christmas Impossible," where Huey, Dewey and Louie travel to the North Pole to try to remove themselves from Santa's naughty list; and "Mickey's Dog-Gone Christmas," in which Pluto runs away from home after ruining Mickey Mouse's Christmas decorations.

Mickey Mouse Clubhouse


Disney's Mickey Mouse Clubhouse is the first computer generated 3-D animation television series to feature the "Sensational Six." Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, Daisy Duck, Goofy, and Pluto star in this series, which focuses on interactivity with its primarily preschool-aged audience to stimulate problem solving. Each episode involves the characters helping its viewers to "solve a specific age-appropriate problem utilizing basic skills, such as identifying shapes and counting through ten." The series uses Playhouse Disney’s "whole child" curriculum of cognitive, social and creative learning opportunities.

Mickey's Mousekersize


When Pete exhausts himself easily playing basketball, Mickey teaches him the importance of exercising.

Have a Laugh!


Just when you thought you could drop your ribs, Mickey and his friends are back with some hilarious antics!

Mickey Mouse


Mickey Mouse takes on new adventures finding himself in silly situations in different settings.

Mickey Mouse: Mixed-Up Adventures


Hot Rod Diggity Dog! Mickey Mouse, and his pals Minnie, Pluto, Goofy, Daisy and Donald transforms vehicles and go on humorous high-spirited races around the globe as well as hometown capers in Hot Dog Hills. When Minnie and Daisy are not busy racing, they run their own successful business as the Happy Helpers, solving problems for anyone in need of a helping hand. Formerly known as, Mickey and the Roadster Racers, this is now known as "Mickey Mouse: Mixed-Up Adventures", as it isn't exclusively about racing anymore.

DuckTales (2017)


Ducktales are the adventures of billionaire Scrooge McDuck and his nephews Huey, Dewey and Louie, their famous uncle Donald Duck, pilot extraordinaire Launchpad, Mrs. Beakly, Webby and Gizmoduck. Adventures and hidden treasures are everywhere, in their hometown Duckburg and all around the world.

Legend of the Three Caballeros


Dumped by his girlfriend Daisy, fired from his job, and completely homeless, hapless everyman Donald Duck's fortunes appear to flip when he inherits the dilapidated, but antique engorged estate of his great-grandfather, Clinton Coot. Along with his fellow heirs (sly conman José Carioca and daredevil hidalgo Panchito), Donald wastes no time in trying to profit from the horde of priceless artifacts, only to be dragged kicking and screaming into an immense and deadly cosmic war.

The Wonderful World of Mickey Mouse


It's nothing but fun and excitement for Mickey and his best pals – Minnie, Donald, Daisy, Goofy and Pluto - as they embark on their greatest adventures yet, navigating the curveballs of a wild and zany world where the magic of Disney makes the impossible possible.

Chibi Tiny Tales


The adventures of various Disney characters are presented in chibi style.

Mickey Mouse Funhouse


Mickey Mouse, and his friends – Minnie, Goofy, Donald, Daisy and Pluto – meet Funny, an enchanted talking playhouse, who takes the Sensational Six on adventures of all types to unique worlds that inspire the imagination.

Mickey’s Tale of Two Witches


On Halloween, Mickey tells Pluto a story about two witches-in-training, Minnie the Wonderful and Daisy Doozy, who must pass four tests to graduate from the Witch Academy in Happy Haunt Hills. While Daisy isn’t confident about passing, she and Minnie join forces, along with Count Mickula and the gang, to defeat a mischievous ghost. Minnie and Daisy learn that working together makes their magic and their friendship stronger.

Mickey and Minnie Wish Upon a Christmas


After a series of mishaps, Mickey, Minnie and the gang are separated all over the world and must try to get back to Hot Dog Hills by Christmas Eve. A mysterious and jolly stranger shows up to tell them about The Wishing Star, which could be the secret to bringing everybody home in time to celebrate together.

Mickey Saves Christmas


Mickey, Minnie and their pals attempt to celebrate the perfect Christmas at their snowy cabin. However, when Pluto causes Santa to lose all the presents on his sleigh, the friends travel to the North Pole on a quest to save Christmas.

Chip 'n' Dale: Park Life


The lovable chipmunk troublemakers in a non-verbal, classic style comedy, following the ups and downs of two little creatures living life in the big city.

Mickey and Friends Trick or Treats


Mickey and friends are trick-or-treating when Donald spies the scariest mansion he's ever seen and convinces his friends to risk a visit, but the owner, casts a spell that transforms them into their costumes.

Once Upon a Studio


Created for Disney's 100th anniversary, the short sees Mickey Mouse corralling a gallery of legendary Disney characters for a group photo.