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Mickey's Twice Upon A Christmas DVD

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Mickey's Twice Upon A Christmas DVD

Five Christmas adventures for Mickey Mouse in his computer-generated animation debut. In 'Belles on Ice', figure skaters Minnie and Daisy are best pals, but each one thinks she is the star of the big ice show. In 'Christmas: Impossible', Huey, Dewey, and Louie realise they may be left off Santa's go...
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Five Christmas adventures for Mickey Mouse in his computer-generated animation debut. In 'Belles on Ice', figure skaters Minnie and Daisy are best pals, but each one thinks she is the star o...
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Five Christmas adventures for Mickey Mouse in his computer-generated animation debut. In 'Belles on Ice', figure skaters Minnie and Daisy are best pals, but each one thinks she is the star of the big ice show. In 'Christmas: Impossible', Huey, Dewey, and Louie realise they may be left off Santa's good list this year - but with no time left to mend their ways, their only possible course of action is to break into Santa's workshop and write their names on the list themselves. 'Christmas Maximus' finds Max mortified with embarrassment by the over-the-top antics of his dad, Goofy, when he brings his college girlfriend Mona home for the holidays. In 'Donald's Gift', Donald Duck just wants to stay at home and avoid the hassle of Christmas, but Daisy and the Nephews drag him out to the mall. In 'Mickey's Dog-Gone Christmas', Pluto runs away in shame after accidentally destroying Mickey's prized Christmas decorations - and inadvertently ends up on a train to the North Pole.

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Five Christmas adventures for Mickey Mouse in his computer-generated animation debut. In 'Belles on Ice', figure skaters Minnie and Daisy are best pals, but each one thinks she is the star of the big ice show. In 'Christmas: Impossible', Huey, Dewey, and Louie realise they may be left off Santa's good list this year - but with no time left to mend their ways, their only possible course of action is to break into Santa's workshop and write their names on the list themselves. 'Christmas Maximus' finds Max mortified with embarrassment by the over-the-top antics of his dad, Goofy, when he brings his college girlfriend Mona home for the holidays. In 'Donald's Gift', Donald Duck just wants to stay at home and avoid the hassle of Christmas, but Daisy and the Nephews drag him out to the mall. In 'Mickey's Dog-Gone Christmas', Pluto runs away in shame after accidentally destroying Mickey's prized Christmas decorations - and inadvertently ends up on a train to the North Pole.
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Five Christmas adventures for Mickey Mouse in his computer-generated animation debut. In 'Belles on Ice', figure skaters Minnie and Daisy are best pals, but each one thinks she is the star of the big ice show. In 'Christmas: Impossible', Huey, Dewey, and Louie realise they may be left off Santa's good list this year - but with no time left to mend their ways, their only possible course of action is to break into Santa's workshop and write their names on the list themselves. 'Christmas Maximus' finds Max mortified with embarrassment by the over-the-top antics of his dad, Goofy, when he brings his college girlfriend Mona home for the holidays. In 'Donald's Gift', Donald Duck just wants to stay at home and avoid the hassle of Christmas, but Daisy and the Nephews drag him out to the mall. In 'Mickey's Dog-Gone Christmas', Pluto runs away in shame after accidentally destroying Mickey's prized Christmas decorations - and inadvertently ends up on a train to the North Pole.

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