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Disney Mickey Mouse Clubhouse: Mickey's Treat (Bilingual)


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Product Details

  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English, French
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Studio: Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment
  • Release Date: Aug. 28 2007
  • Run Time: 72 minutes
  • ASIN: B000RF1QPG
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #54,839 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

Product Description

Special Features

Bonus Episode: "A Little Einsteins(TM) Halloween"

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Amazon.com: 4.6 out of 5 stars  66 reviews
15 of 17 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Oh Boy! Aug. 29 2007
By A. Williams - Published on Amazon.com
Just received this DVD today and like Mickey's Great Clubhouse Hunt and Mickey Saves Santa, this one is great and my 2 year old son loves it. There are two other episodes on the DVD that we have seen on Playhouse Disney. There is the Dr. Daisy episode where Daisy tries to earn her pretend dr. sticker and there is the Magician Goofy episode where the gang helps Goofy practice his magic tricks for the magic show. We've seen these several times before but my son still loves to watch them. The Halloween episode is cute. I just wish they would release more! If your little one is a Mickey Mouse lover then he/she will love this one as well, there is no doubt!!
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Mickey Mouse Clubhouse: Mickeys Treat Nov. 13 2007
By L. Clover - Published on Amazon.com
Perfect for the Halloween holiday and wonderful for the toddlers. My daughter became a fan of Mickey Mouse Clubhouse and since then I've collected this movie to help her enjoy dvd variety. If you enjoy Mickey Mouse Clubhouse you will enjoy this continued extension of Mickey Mouse dvds.
31 of 41 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Mickey Mouse Clubhouse: It's Trick or Treat Time June 19 2007
By Hound Dog - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
To celebrate the upcoming Halloween season, Disney presents its third "Mickey Mouse Clubhouse" DVD thus far: the eagerly anticipated "Mickey's Treat."

Suffice to say, this DVD is well worth the current sale price. In this DVD set, there are three 'Mickey' episodes: the title episode(with the standard 24-minute length), the previously seen "Goofy the Great" (Goofy ineptly performs magic tricks with Mickey's help), and "Dr. Daisy," (the gang pretend to have boo-boo's for pretend Dr. Daisy), with the bonus of a cute "Little Einsteins" Halloween episode thrown in for added measure. Instead of a music video this time around, there are some kiddie cooking recipes and a CD-ROM interactive feature as the special extras.

In the first-rate title episode, Mickey & friends (Donald, Daisy, Minnie, Goofy & Pluto) are in costume for trick-or-treating at which time they are invited to attend troublesome pal Pete's party. The episode subsquently shows the gang attempting to reach in time the decorative Trick-or-Treat Tower for the party before the Tower's gates lock per the magic Halloween moon (which acts as a clock of sorts). As usual, Mickey's mouseketools are needed for their journey, including an amusing bit near the end where Mickey displays his resourcefulness once again after Pete actually charges them 'admission' to his own party (even though no one else bothers to show up).

Overall, I would rate the title episode as perhaps one of the finest so far in the "Mickey Mouse Clubhouse" series, in terms of wit, charm, and the implied message that sharing with others does matter (even at Halloween time). The other two "Mickey" episodes and the "Little Einsteins" Halloween episode are above average. While we would rate "Dr. Daisy" as probably the weakest of the bunch, it is still better any time than having to endure an episode of "Spongebob Squarepants." Further, let's give Disney some well-deserved credit this time, unlike the previous "Mickey Mouse Clubhouse" DVD's, this DVD actually sticks to a generally consistent theme, and the presented episodes were still relatively new.

As parents, if you are not already familiar with "Mickey Mouse Clubhouse," we also suggest checking out the regular program first on the Disney Channel to see if purchasing "Mickey's Treat" is a smart choice for your family. Having watched this program regularly with our infant son for more than a year now, our take on "Mickey Mouse Clubhouse" is that it is a solid (and educationally safe) program for the youngest children to view, in part because it introduces various problem-solving skills (in the form of 'mouseketools').

Unlike many children's shows floating around on television, the computer-animated "Mickey Mouse Clubhouse," despite outward appearances, is not simply mindless entertainment. To its credit, the show is designed for interactive participation (where the characters ask the viewers for help) allowing youngsters to join in on the activities. Now, while the science depicted is not even remotely realistic at times (which the intended audience obviously isn't going to care about), the show's true aim is to get youngsters to grasp the simplest concepts like counting numbers, reading alphabet letters, understanding basic logic, being nice to others, etc. Frankly, considering other potential animated 'role models' provided for children today, Mickey Mouse still remains a positive influence you can trust. "Mickey's Treat" exemplifies that trust.

At the time of this writing, the sale price for the DVD is $14.99, which is an exceptional bargain. Paying full price ($19.99, maybe more someday) for it might require some further thought, we think. Still, regardless of whatever the price is, at least with "Mickey's Treat," unlike all the other Halloween goodies out there, you won't have to worry about your kids getting cavities from it.

(Amended on 9-12-08)
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars My son loves Mickey! Nov. 8 2007
By J. Lange - Published on Amazon.com
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My son is 2 1/2 years old and really enjoys Mickey - this is a fun Halloween episode, with all the characters dressing up in costumes. There are two more Mickey episodes - Dr. Daisy and Goofy as a magician. As a bonus, there is a Little Einsteins Halloween episode too - COOL - my son loves that show as well
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Have a Mousekerrific Halloween! Sept. 11 2007
By Janet Boyer - Published on Amazon.com
"Put on your costume, grab your goody bag and join Mickey and his pals for spooktacular Halloween fun. Mouskeready, mousekeset...here we go! Everyone's invited to Big Pete's Halloween pary. But the gang needs to reach Trick-or-Treat Tower before the moon is full, or the gates will lock and the party will be over before it even starts.

Can they get through the foggy woods, past the Candy Corn Patch and over the drawbridge in time? With your help--and the right mouseketools--they just might make it!" -- From the back cover

My son wanted this DVD for Halloween and he seems to enjoy it! With the run time of 72 minutes, this DVD features three episodes: Mickey's Treat, Dr. Daisy, and Goofy the Great.

Arguably one of the best aspects to this DVD is the Little Einsteins bonus episode! "A Little Einstein's Halloween" is fantastic, following the kids around to famous castles as they trick-or-treat!

There are some DVD-ROM Games and Activities on this DVD, but my son hasn't accessed those yet (Spooky Clubhouse Cookbook and Creepy Clubhouse Character Stencils).

This full screen DVD also has French and Spanish tracks, as well as subtitles.

Highly recommended for benign Halloween fun!

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