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Mickey's Twice Upon a Christmas (2004)

Sequel to Mickey's Once Upon a Christmas

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Mickey Mouse (voice)
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Blitzen (voice)
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Mickey and the gang team up for a new holiday adventure and for the first time ever they are all computer animated. There will be five mini films that include: Belles on Ice, Christmas:Impossible, Christmas Maximus, Donald's Gift, Mickey's Dog-Gone Christmas Written by Anonymous

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Two times the Christmas fun! See more »


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9 November 2004 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Aconteceu De Novo no Natal do Mickey  »

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Trivia

The final film of Wayne Allwine and Alan Young before their deaths in 2009 and 2016, respectively. See more »

Goofs

In the final scene where the Mickey Mouse Gang transform into pop-up figures, Max's face is erroneously drawn with the classic "Big-Eyes" look (like Goofy) instead of his normal "Small-Eyes & Eyebrows" features. See more »

Quotes

Donald Duck: Boys, how could you?
Huey: Hey, aren't we innocent into proven guilty?
Donald Duck: NO!
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Crazy Credits

The opening Walt Disney Pictures logo animates over a red Christmas ornament in a tree. The rest of the opening credits are also shown on ornaments. See more »

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Spoofs Mission: Impossible (1996) See more »

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Music and Lyrics by Danny Jacob and Matt Bissonette
Performed by Josh Kelley
Josh Kelley Appears Courtesy of Hollywood Records
Produced and Arranged by Danny Jacob
Background Vocals Matt Bissonette
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...this "movie" discredits Disney's name by revisiting classic Disney characters into a modern world and a modern computer-graphic. I Disney has decided to ride the wave of computer-graphic based animation. Toy Story (1&2) and Monster&Co were good examples of how to use modern techniques in the context of a good starting idea although I can't help thinking that art of animation the way I knew (and loved) has been certified dead by monstrous photo-realistic productions. But this...I'd say it's almost dis-educative for the young generations. I won't comment the technical side of this poorest production but the result is an awful experience that I could not even bring to an end, watching only the first 20 minutes. More than enough. Walt would have no peace if he knew what they are proposing under his name today...


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