But it seems that Goofy is too disappointed to take his picture because he lost his hat. It also includes a tweaked version of the theme song in all countries. It's up to the Clubhouse friends all make Donald feel better. But it seems that Goofy is too disappointed to take his picture because he lost his hat. They have to bring the clubhouse back to normal. Mickey and his friends must take care of the clones until the effect wears off and all the Goofy's will go back into 1.
Campbell Tony Craig and Rossen Varbanov January 9, 2010 2010-01-09 239 Goofy trains to be a superhero and uses his skills after Clarabelle's moo-muffin maker breaks. Germany this episode has been split in two standard-length episodes with short transitions, the first called Mickey's Clubhouse Choo-Choo and the second episode being renamed into Mickey's Train Station. This episode also marks the second time Minnie and Daisy's alter egos are shown. The Sensational Six: Mickey on , Donald on , Minnie on piano, Daisy on , Goofy on and Pluto as , but their instruments need to be repaired Minnie's piano has the wrong pitch, Goofy's trombone slide is stuck, Daisy's xylophone is falling apart, Mickey's ukulele strings are out of tune and Donald's sheet music keep blowing away. But first, five puzzles need to be solved. In the beginning of season three announced that Mickey Mouse Clubhouse was renewed for a fourth season, set to air on in the summer of 2012. The mystery mouse-a-tool is a scale.
She will need help from all of her Clubhouse friends to get to where the flower is located. Note: Minnie announces the title of this episode after the opening sequence. Mickey leads viewers through stories with play-along and singalong segments. The mystery mouse-a-tool is a stop clock. Archived from on January 16, 2015.
Pluto's squeaky ball is stuck in the handy dandy machine. She gets three pets, an named Bubbles, a named Longfellow and a named Captain Jumps-a-Lot. But when 's bubble bath gets out of hand, Mickey and Pluto each get stuck inside a giant bubble and float away from the clubhouse. It premiered on February 14, 2011. When they get it out, the Handy helpers are working again and make dinner.
Note 2: This episode even marks the first and so far, only time that the Mouskadoer dispenses two sets of Mousekatools. Note 3: This episode contains two parts rather than being one full special. Campbell Nick Filippi and Larry Leker March 7, 2009 2009-03-07 226 Minnie searches for a pot of gold and meets a after a rainbow appears over the clubhouse. The mystery mouse-a-tool is Mickey's toon car. Guests - Pete, Butch, Clarabelle Cow and Bella Note: This episode premiered the same day as the premiere of Imagination Movers. Guests - Ludwig Von Drake, Clarabelle Cow, Bella, Chip 'n Dale, Pete, Santa Claus and Mrs. She must find a pet before the Pet Parade starts.
Note: This episode originally streamed online at DisneyOnDemand on January 2, 2009. Learning early math skills and identifying shapes, patterns and numbers are all part of Mickey's lessons. Also, is distributed by the. According to , the voice actor for and , the recording of dialog for new episodes has ceased. The series consists of ten episodes. The mystery mouse-a-tool is an abacus.
The reason for it is her need to feed the chickens with lots of corn. The mystery mouse-a-tool is an electric shaver. Note 6: All the guests at the end of the episode participate in the Hot Dog Dance. Campbell Eugene Salandra and Kirk Van Wormer June 21, 2008 2008-06-21 211 Minnie wants to have a picture of a to complete her flower picture collection, but she has only one day to get it, when it is in full bloom. Note: Minnie and Daisy announce the title of this episode after the opening sequence.
So with a little help from Minnie and Daisy, Mickey and Donald have to bring him back to normal. Characters that are featured in the short series are , , , , , and Toodles. Creator: Roberts Gannaway Stars: Tony Anselmo, Bill Farmer, Tress MacNeille. Campbell Lenord Robinson, Octavio Rodriguez and Phil Weinstein March 14, 2009 2009-03-14 227 Donald leads the gang on a mission to the moon to retrieve Pluto's bouncy ball from the moon. Mickey and his pals also play with handy gizmos and gear, including the Mousekedoer, Mouseketools and a transportable device called Toodles.
Note: This is the first episode to use lowercase closed-captioning. Note: Clarabelle joins in the Hot Dog Dance at the end of this episode. Guests - Ludwig von Drake and Jumbo the Elephant. Each episode is approximately 2 minutes long. Note: This is the last episode to use capital closed captioning.