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'''''The All-New Mickey Mouse Club''''' was a 1989 Disney Channel original series and the third incarnation of the Disney television series ''The Mickey Mouse Club''. The show was created after Disney Channel executives feared that the original version of ''The Mickey Mouse Club'', despite being one of the channel's highest-rated programs, was dated, and they re-imagined the show for a contemporary audience. The show aired weekdays at 5:30 PM and aired in reruns until 1996.
 
'''''The All-New Mickey Mouse Club''''' was a 1989 Disney Channel original series and the third incarnation of the Disney television series ''The Mickey Mouse Club''. The show was created after Disney Channel executives feared that the original version of ''The Mickey Mouse Club'', despite being one of the channel's highest-rated programs, was dated, and they re-imagined the show for a contemporary audience. The show aired weekdays at 5:30 PM and aired in reruns until 1996.
  
This version was notable for launching the careers of Christina Aguilera, Justin Timberlake, and Britney Spears.<ref>[https://www.eonline.com/news/969444/ready-to-launch-inside-britney-spears-justin-timberlake-christina-aguilera-ryan-gosling-s-darling-mickey-mouse-club-days E! article on the star's debut on the show.] Retrieved 17 Feb ‘19</ref> Aside from various episodes from the first 6 seasons on YouTube and clips of performances of the show, episodes are hard to come across. On July 12th, 2005, Disney released a best-of DVD titled "Mickey Mouse Club: The Best of Britney, Justin & Christina", featuring four episodes from the 6th season which particularly feature a couple of live performances by the celebrities mentioned by name as well as their hometown profiles. There are also at least two publicly released live recordings from an MMC singing tour, sponsored by Target as well as autograph signing sessions with the Mouseketeers. There were at least several MMC-based TV specials as well that ran alongside the show.
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This version was notable for launching the careers of Ryan Gosling, Christina Aguilera, Justin Timberlake, and Britney Spears.<ref>[https://www.eonline.com/news/969444/ready-to-launch-inside-britney-spears-justin-timberlake-christina-aguilera-ryan-gosling-s-darling-mickey-mouse-club-days E! article on the star's debut on the show.] Retrieved 17 Feb ‘19</ref>  
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==Availability==
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Aside from various episodes from the first 6 seasons on YouTube and clips of performances of the show, episodes are hard to come across. On July 12th, 2005, Disney released a best-of DVD titled "Mickey Mouse Club: The Best of Britney, Justin & Christina", featuring four episodes from the 6th season which particularly feature a couple of live performances by the celebrities mentioned by name as well as their hometown profiles. There are also at least two publicly released live recordings from an MMC singing tour, sponsored by Target as well as autograph signing sessions with the Mouseketeers. There were at least several MMC-based TV specials as well that ran alongside the show.
  
 
==Videos==
 
==Videos==
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==See Also==
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===Disney Channel===
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*[[101 Dalmatians: The Series (partially found unaired pilot episode of Disney animated TV series; 1996)]]
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*[[Amazing Animals (found Disney Channel animated educational series; 1996-1999)]]
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*[[Arwin! (partially found pilot of cancelled "The Suite Life of Zack and Cody" spin-off TV series; 2007)]]
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*[[Disney Channel Interactive (lost Dish Network game channel; late 2000s)]]
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*[[Disney's Coyote Tales (found Disney Channel extended version of "The Coyote's Lament" animated short; 1991)]]
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*[[Disney's Doug (found episodes of animated TV series; 1996-1999)]]
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*[[Dreamfinders (unproduced Disney Channel series based on "Journey Into Imagination" Epcot ride; 1983)]]
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*[[Dumbo's Circus (partially found Disney Channel live action puppet series; 1985-1986)]]
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*[[Fish Hooks (partially found unreleased pilot of Disney Channel animated series; 2009)]]
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*[[Going Wild with Jeff Corwin (partially found Disney documentary TV series; 1997-1999)]]
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*[[Gravity Falls (found pitch pilot of Disney animated TV series; 2010)]]
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*[[Katbot (partially found unreleased Disney animated TV series; 2005)]]
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*[[Lizzie McGuire "Season 3" (lost production material of unfinished season of Disney Channel comedy series; 2020)]]
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*[[Minnie Takes Care of Pluto (found original English audio of Mickey Mouse Works animated short; 2000)]]
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*[[Mousercise (partially found Disney Channel exercise series; 1983-1996)]]
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*[[Mouseterpiece Theater (partially found Disney Channel cartoon compilation TV series; 1983-1990)]]
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*[[Pepper Ann (partially found pilot episode of Disney animated series; 1996)]]
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*[[Phineas and Ferb (lost script of cancelled theatrical film based on animated series; 2010s)]]
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*[[Phineas and Ferb: Spot the Diff (found Disney Channel animated special; 2008)]]
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*[[Recess "The Break In" (partially found pilot of Disney animated TV series; 1996)]]
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*[[Star and the Forces of Evil (partially found unaired pitch pilot of Disney Channel animated series; 2011)]]
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*[[Talespin - Phil Harris performance (lost audio recordings from Disney animated TV series; 1990))]]
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*[[Teen Angel (partially found Disney Channel serial drama; 1989)]]
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*[[The Jersey (partially lost Disney Channel sports themed comedy series; 1999-2004)]]
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*[[The Owl House (partially found unaired pilot of Disney Channel animated series; 2017)]]
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*[[The Proud Family (partially lost unaired Nickelodeon pilot of Disney Channel animated sitcom; 1999)]]
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*[[Welcome to Pooh Corner (partially found Disney Channel live-action puppet series; 1983-1986)]]
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*[[What's Stevie Thinking? (lost unaired pilot of cancelled "Lizzie McGuire" spin-off TV series; 2003)]]
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===Playhouse Disney===
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*[[Adventures in Nutrition with Captain Carlos (partially found Playhouse Disney animated short series; 2004-2007)]]
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*[[Bear in the Big Blue House "Water, Water Everywhere" (lost unaired pilot of Disney Channel puppet series; 1997)]]
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*[[Bear in the Big Blue House (partially lost original English audio of Playhouse Disney puppet series; 1997-2006)]]
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*[[Breakfast with Bear (partially found episodes of Playhouse Disney spin-off series; 2005-2006)]]
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*[[Handy Manny (partially found unaired pilot of Disney children's animated TV series; 2005)]]
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*[[Little Einsteins (lost second pitch pilot of Playhouse Disney animated series; existence unconfirmed; 2004)]]
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*[[Out of the Box (partially lost Playhouse Disney children's series; 1998-2004)]]
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*[[PB&J Otter (partially found original credits sequences of Playhouse Disney animated series; 1998-2000)]]
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*[[Playhouse Disney UK (partially lost interstitial material of children's TV channel; 1999-2006)]]
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*[[Stanley (found unaired pilot episode of Playhouse Disney animated series; 1999)]]
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*[[The Book of Pooh (found Playhouse Disney puppet series; 2001-2004)]]
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===Disney Junior===
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*[[Jungle Junction (lost pilots of Disney Junior CGI animated series; 2003; 2005; 2008)]]
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===Toon Disney===
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*[[Toon News (partially found CGI Interstitial Toon Disney series; 2004/2005)]]
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===Disney XD===
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*[[Billion Dollar Freshmen (lost unaired pilot episode of "Lab Rats" Disney XD live-action comedy TV series; 2010)]]
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*[[DXP (partially found Disney XD video game block; 2017)]]
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===Other===
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*[[Robodz (lost Disney Toei animated TV series; 2008)]]
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*[[The Shnookums and Meat Funny Cartoon Show (found episodes of Disney animated TV series; 1995)]]
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*[[Herbie the Lovebug (lost animated pilot; late 1990s-2000s)]]
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*[[Power Rangers Animated Series (lost Disney XD pilot; existence unconfirmed; 2007-2009)]]
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*[[Green Monkeys (lost Disney pilot; 1999)]]
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*[[Marvel Disk Wars: The Avengers (found English dub of anime series; 2015)]]
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*[[X-Heart (partially found unreleased English dub of "X-Coração" Brazilian animated TV series; 2014)]]
  
 
==External Links==
 
==External Links==
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*[https://plus.google.com/u/0/116264235113868535593 Google+ video & image collection from MMC.] Retrieved 07 Mar '19
 
*[https://plus.google.com/u/0/116264235113868535593 Google+ video & image collection from MMC.] Retrieved 07 Mar '19
 
*[https://www.dvdizzy.com/mickeymouseclub-britneyjustinchristina.html Review of the sole DVD release of the MMC.] Retrieved 07 Mar '19
 
*[https://www.dvdizzy.com/mickeymouseclub-britneyjustinchristina.html Review of the sole DVD release of the MMC.] Retrieved 07 Mar '19
 
 
==Reference==
 
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Revision as of 06:20, 30 October 2021

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Some of the cast members of this incarnation of Mickey Mouse Club.

Status: Partially Found

The All-New Mickey Mouse Club was a 1989 Disney Channel original series and the third incarnation of the Disney television series The Mickey Mouse Club. The show was created after Disney Channel executives feared that the original version of The Mickey Mouse Club, despite being one of the channel's highest-rated programs, was dated, and they re-imagined the show for a contemporary audience. The show aired weekdays at 5:30 PM and aired in reruns until 1996.

This version was notable for launching the careers of Ryan Gosling, Christina Aguilera, Justin Timberlake, and Britney Spears.[1]

Availability[edit | edit source]

Aside from various episodes from the first 6 seasons on YouTube and clips of performances of the show, episodes are hard to come across. On July 12th, 2005, Disney released a best-of DVD titled "Mickey Mouse Club: The Best of Britney, Justin & Christina", featuring four episodes from the 6th season which particularly feature a couple of live performances by the celebrities mentioned by name as well as their hometown profiles. There are also at least two publicly released live recordings from an MMC singing tour, sponsored by Target as well as autograph signing sessions with the Mouseketeers. There were at least several MMC-based TV specials as well that ran alongside the show.

Videos[edit | edit source]

Britney revisiting Disney-MGM studios in 1999, where MMC was filmed.
Clip featuring Christina, Justin, and Britney singing "I Can't Help Falling In Love."
2007 documentary about MMC, featuring interviews with cast members.
Full episode from 1990s featuring the cast reunion of the Mouseketeers from the original 1950s show.
MMC in Concert TV special, circa 1990s.
MMC Rocks The Planet TV special, circa 1990s.
Full Episode (Christmas Special), circa 1990s.
Halloween Special, Part 1. Circa 1990s.
Halloween Special, Part 2. Circa 1990s.
A recording of a live show from MMC, from a singing tour, circa 1993.
The MMC Mouseketeers singing a Christmas song medley during a parade at Walt Disney World.
MMC Mouseketeers singing "Escapade" during a parade at Walt Disney World.
A compilation of Emerald Cove segments from MMC, circa 1990s.
Another compilation of Emerald Cove segments from MMC, circa 1990s.
A Season 2 episode special, The Mickey Show. Part 1. Circa 1990s.
A Season 2 episode special, The Mickey Show. Part 2. Circa 1990s.
A Party Day themed episode, circa 1990s.
A Music Day themed episode, circa 1990s.
A complete episode from Season 1, Circa 1989.
Another complete episode from Season 1, circa 1989.
Yet another Season 1 episode, circa 1989. Features Hulk Hogan.
An almost-complete episode of MMC, Circa 1990s. Features a Batman parody skit.
A live performance of "In My Dreams" by The Party, a MMC-based band. Live at Club MTV.
Another recording of a live show from MMC, from a singing tour, circa 1990s. Part 1.
Another recording of a live show from MMC, from a singing tour, circa 1990s. Part 2.
A recording of an autograph signing session with MMC Mouseketeers, including Justin, Ryan Gosling, JC Chasez, etc. Circa 1990s. Part 1.
A recording of an autograph signing session with MMC Mouseketeers, including Justin, Ryan Gosling, JC Chasez, etc. Circa 1990s. Part 2.
The Party in Concert, a TV special featuring the MMC-based band The Party. Part 1.
The Party in Concert, a TV special featuring the MMC-based band The Party. Part 2.
The Party in Concert, a TV special featuring the MMC-based band The Party. Part 3.
The Party in Concert, a TV special featuring the MMC-based band The Party. Part 4.
Go Party!, another TV special featuring the MMC-based band The Party. Part 1.
Go Party!, another TV special featuring the MMC-based band The Party. Part 2.
MMC Mouseketeers performing "Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now)" at The Jerry Lewis MDA Labor Day Telethon. Circa 1991.
A 1989 episode of MMC, with a Mousketeer For a Day contest winner. Circa 1989. Part 1.
A 1989 episode of MMC, with a Mousketeer For a Day contest winner. Circa 1989. Part 2.
An Entertainment Tonight segment promoting the official studio album with the same name as the TV show
MMC Mouseketeers performing at the Inaugural Celebration for Youth event, as part of the first inauguration of then-U.S. President Bill Clinton. Circa 1993. Segment starts at 47:44 in the video.
MMC promo video & behind-the-scenes footage from Season 1. Circa 1988 & 1989.
Footage of the Season 6 MMC Mouseketeers playing baseball during break. Circa 1993 or 1994.
MMC Mouseketeers performing in Niagara Falls, Canada as part of the annual "New Year's Eve: Niagara Falls" TV special from BBS. Circa New Year's Eve 1993 to Midnight of 1994.
MMC Season 6 Blooper Reel. Circa 1983-1984.
MMC Season 6 "Wrap Video", with bloopers, behind-the-scenes footage and a musical number.

See Also[edit | edit source]

Disney Channel[edit | edit source]

Playhouse Disney[edit | edit source]

Disney Junior[edit | edit source]

Toon Disney[edit | edit source]

Disney XD[edit | edit source]

Other[edit | edit source]

External Links[edit | edit source]

Reference[edit | edit source]