There’s a new Mickey Mouse Clubhouse coming out on DVD. It’s called Mickey’s Sport-Y-Thon. The DVD features six episodes (over 2 hours). In the episodes, Disney characters compete in various sports activities. In the process they learn about teamwork and sportsmanship. And for a limited time, the DVD includes a Golden Mickey Medal. Neat, right? My kids and I watched it over the weekend. We enjoyed it — especially my youngest child (age seven). Mickey Mouse Clubhouse: Mickey’s Sport-Y-Thon is available now on DVD.
As you can guess by the title, all the episodes have a sports theme to them. But the episodes are not just about competing. The Disney characters also learn about teamwork and they become better friends in the process. In addition, the shows try to add some interactivity by asking the audience questions along the way. And of course, the characters are as cute as ever (Goofy is my first grader’s favorite character).
Mickey’s Sport-Y-Thon features the voices of Bret Iwan (Mickey Mouse), Russi Taylor (Minnie Mouse), Bill Farmer (Goofy and Pluto), and Tony Anselmo (Donald Duck). The episodes were directed by Donovan Cook (Return to Never Land).
Mickey’s Sport-Y-Thon Episodes
- Mickey’s Sport-Y-Thon
- Mickey’s Mousekeball!
- Donald’s Brand New Clubhouse
- Mickey’s Mousekedoer Adventure
- Mickey’s Mystery!
- Mickey’s Happy Mousekeday
Mickey’s Sport-Y-Thon Synopsis
Put on your sneakers and get ready for the greatest sporting event ever. Join referee Goofy, along with Mickey and all of his Clubhouse Pals, as they compete in the first-ever Sport-Y-Thon, an action-filled sports tournament. Share the excitement — and a sky-high view of the action — as sportscasters Pete and Donald Duck broadcast live from above in the Sport-Y-Thon Blimp. Who will earn a prized Golden Mickey Medal? Help our heroes discover that with teamwork and good sportsmanship, everybody wins. Jam-packed with over two hours of song-filled episodes, Mickey’s Sport-Y-Thon will have you calling for an instant replay.
[Disclosure: I received a DVD for review on my dad blog. As always, the opinions expressed are mine and I am not obligated to write a positive review.]