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Mickey, Minnie, Pluto, Goofy, Daisy and Donald all hang around the Clubhouse. Mickey leads viewers through stories with play-along and singalong segments. Learning early math skills and identifying shapes, patterns and numbers are all part of Mickey's lessons. Mickey and his pals also play with handy gizmos and gear, including the Mousekedoer, Mouseketools and a transportable device called Toodles.

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Minnie sings at Mistletoe Mountain; the instruments are missing.
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Mother Goose Clarabelle visits; Donald makes a mess in the clubhouse; Goofy and Pluto help him clean it up.
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Mickey and the gang host a farm fair with all of the fun games, rides and plenty of prize ribbons to hand out.
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Martian Mickey visits and brings his pet shapes along; he loses them amongst Earth shapes and the gang helps him find his pets.
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Toodles helps Mickey find Professor Von Drake's four missing tools with Mouseketools and a checklist.
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Mickey's friends celebrate his big day by trying to organize fun activities that they can all enjoy together.
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Donald complains everyone is in his way; Mickey and pals build a clubhouse.
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Minnie's cat Figaro wanders off.
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Prince Pete is having trouble sleeping; his new friends try every way they can to send him to Slumberland.
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With the help of his friends, Donald teaches Donald Jr. a song and dance routine for "Show Your Special Talent Day."
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Donald, Mickey and Goofy try to figure out what sort of animal has lost their egg; Donald takes care of the egg.
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Donald becomes a genuine magical genie and realizes it is not as easy as it sounds.
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It's Pluto's turn to tell a story; Pluto chooses the tale of a pup that wins a golden ball and is pursued by Sneaky Pete.
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Detective Minnie, secret spy Daisy and captain Clarabelle form a search team when Goofy goes missing at the park.
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When the wind blows away all the pages of Minnie's daily calendar, Mickey and pals help her put it back together again.
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Secret spy Daisy, detective Minnie and Captain Clarabelle have to find the baby chicks running loose in Mickey Park.
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A new invention causes Daisy's adorable ponytail to grow even longer; the group is unsure of how it happened.
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Goofy serves up deliveries from his lunch truck with help from Mickey and friends.
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Mickey and his friends must retrieve the scattered wind-up toy musicians.
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The gang takes Goldy the goldfish to the jungle waterfall in the hopes of finding her a swimming buddy; Jungle Pete helps.
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Mickey loses his lucky coin; Professor von Drake offers his submarine to help retrieve the coin from the bottom of the lake.

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