Minnie Mouse and Daisy Duck are headed your way in this “fun for everyone” new Disney adventure. Cook up the popcorn, grab some drinks and let the tots settle up with you in the easy chair for a night of family fun. It’s time for Minnie Helping Hearts: On Disney DVD 2/6.
The Happy Helpers are on their way! When their friends need help, these two BFFs are at the ready! As the Happy Helpers from Mickey and the Roadster Racers, Minnie and Daisy can complete any task at hand, whether they are babysitters, personal assistants, or cruise ship directors leading the Valentine’s Day dance contest! Every day is an exciting new adventure and you can always count on the Happy Helpers to show up with happy hearts and helping hands!
Every day is an exciting new adventure and you can always count on the Happy Helpers to show up with happy hearts and helping hands!
Russi Taylor as Minnie Mouse; Tress MacNeille as Daisy Duck; Bret Iwan as Mickey Mouse; Daniel Ross as Donald Duck; Bill Farmer as Goofy; April Winchell as Clarabelle Cow and Jim Cummings as Pete.
Fun Minnie Episodes:
- The Happiest Helpers Cruise!
- The Big Broadcast
- Adventures in Buddysitting!
- Lights! Camera! Help!
- Grandpa Beagle’s Day Out
- Artful Helpers
- Cuckoo La-La
- Figaro’s New Friend
Release Date: February 6, 2018
Ratings: TV-Y (US); G (CE/CF)
Run Time: 96 minutes
Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1 Widescreen (Enhanced for 16×9 Televisions)
Audio: English, French & Spanish 2.0 Dolby Digital
Subtitles: English SDH, French & Spanish
Closed Captions: English
MINNIE: HELPING HEARTS
Bring Home on Disney DVD February 6th
Like her boyfriend, Minnie Mouse was also born in 1928 with the debut of Steamboat Willie. She appeared in approximately 73 cartoons with Mickey Mouse (including Plane Crazy before Steamboat Wille and Gallopin’ Goucho – which was shown after the debut of Steamboat Willie) and Pluto since 1928 and can be seen now on the Disney Channel’s House of Mouse.
In popularity Minnie Mouse runs a close second to Mickey Mouse. 1986 was declared Minnie’s Year at the Disney theme parks. During this year she received plenty of recognition, attention and stage time.
Many ladies have done the voice of Minnie Mouse. Marcellite Garner first voiced Minnie Mouse. Next to voice Minnie Mouse was Thelma Boardman from 1940-1942 and Ruth Clifford from 1942-1952. These ladies all came from Disney’s Ink and Paint Department at the Disney Studio. Finally, in 1986 Russi Taylor became the voice of Minnie Mouse and still does her voice today.
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