My son and I really enjoy watching the 1930s and 1940s Mickey Mouse cartoons that are available in great numbers on YouTube. (They really put today's Mickey Mouse Clubhouse cartoon to shame, although I'll admit my son watches that too.) This morning, we stumbled upon this bad/good/odd promotional video titled "Mickey Mouse Disco" that was tied to a 1979 album of the same name. More info on Mickey Mouse Disco at IMDB. The album can be had on CD from Amazon sellers for $38.50 to $256.
Congratulations to Disney on the exciting new merchandising opportunity of bounty pucks. I swear these are three different scenes: And if bounty pucks don’t prove popular, there’s the less sophisticated tracking fob:
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