I gave you that raise three years ago. Finally, we come to the one area in which this new edition might be considered an upgrade: packaging. We can always build a home. Everyone is happy, except for Donald who just isn't in to the Christmas spirit. Oh, that's a wonderful idea.
The episode is presented in Dolby Surround sound. I know what we can do. Well, um, you realize if you give money to the poor. I'm back in my own room. Ah ha ha ha ha ha! And the same thing will happen to you. Ha ha ha ho ha ho! You loved your gold more than that precious creature.
But we don't even know him. Well, I want my best friend to put the star on the tree. Now, this is a fine predicament. And I'm thankful for my new hat. I couldn't have worked for a kinder man. Merry Christmas to one and all! Oh, won't you come in? Well, haven't you ever wished upon a star? For example, even though Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck are more often than not antagonistic toward each other onscreen, I have always imagined them behind the scenes to be very good friends and obviously very good actors. Parents might find these helpful for discussion.
The picture is a touch soft in color and sharpness the former being in line with the show's televised palette. Now, what was I talking about? The disc has been shorn of its colorful artwork and been joined by some Disney Movie Rewards points. And a bah humbug to you! Oh, Mickey, it was just wonderful. Uh, Timon, I think that humbug is something that you say. Oh, Donald, I wish you'd have the Christmas spirit. So, Donald, you feeling jolly yet? You can enjoy them, but you have to make an effort to do so.
Aw, even my trusted pup Pluto wants to help out. So are sea creatures from The Little Mermaid, who count among the establishment's clientele despite its land setting. Scrooge, don't you recognize me? He's not supposed to dance. Hats that are tall and hats that are small. Why don't you take a look at how I decorated my house today? The movie begins at the tail end of a Christmas Eve program at the House of Mouse. And it seems to me that Donald.
So Mickey shows a series of cartoons that show just what Christmas is all about. Yes, and all in the same day. You're also standing on my foot. As parents may have guessed by the title, the only winter holiday mentioned here is Christmas, but without any religious elements; under every Christmas tree is a heaping mound of presents. Why am I bringing this up and potentially subjecting myself to lifetime ridicule? You work all your life to get money. Just another excuse for being lazy.
The star magically begins redecorating the club, turning the reefs golden and giving the Magic Mirror a Santa hat, while turning Jafar's staff into a candy cane. Now, before we sing our Christmas carol. And candied fruits with spiced sugar cakes?. I guess Donald's just never going to have. That inspired premise didn't quite live up to all its promise. But at least those shorts of the '30s, '40s, and '50s have historical significance and weren't quite as produced in mass.
But be here all the earlier the next day. Santa Claus is getting everywhere so fast. This'll get you into the spirit of the season. In ten years time, you learn to love something else. Finally, we get two numbers pulled from the Sing-Along Songs video A Very Merry Christmas. I've never seen a funeral like this one.
Ooh hoo hoo ha ha ha! You know the Mouse King wins. It's a story about you. What are you doing with that piece of coal? I'd be flying all over the place myself. Each episode explores the comic mishaps of Mickey and associates running the club, which are used as wraparounds for Disney cartoons some of which are classic theatrical cartoons from the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s, but most of which are reruns from Mickey Mouse Works. All right, people, listen up. I knew Mickey wouldn't let us down. You know how much I like candied fruits.
I'll be the Magical Snow Fairy. Why did you bring me to this old shack? Today, the Professor is going to explain. That Fred, always so full of kindness. I can't go out like this! Other House of Mouse staff include greeter Donald Duck, reservation clerk Daisy Duck, head waiter Goofy, mascot Pluto, mechanical technician Horace Horsecollar, gossip columnist Clarabelle Cow, and parking valet driver Max Goof. But, sir, Christmas is a time for giving. Mushu's on stage now, so pay attention.