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Mickey Mouse Meets and Talks to Guest at Town Square Theater

Mickey Mouse is talking!

Guests visiting everyone's favorite big cheese at the Magic Kingdom's Town Square Theater are going to have a chance to hear Mickey Mouse talking - a first for the mouse.

While Mickey is taking pictures and signing autographs, he'll also be having brief chats with guests.

The Mickey Mouse meet-and-greet location at the Town Square Theater looks like a backstage rehearsal room, full of steamer trunks and magic show props.

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