Disney Shorts: Mickey Mouse in Croissant de Triomphe

Some guys will do just about anything for their girls and Mickey Mouse is no exception. The Mouse pays homage to his beautiful girl in this brand new Disney Short film that's taken the Internet by storm. A fast frolick through France begins when Minnie Mouse runs out of croissants at her Parisian cafe!

Cafe MinnieCafe Minnie

Croissant de Triomphe seamlessly blends beautiful hand-drawn 2D animation and strong computer graphics. The shorts are being produced by Emmy Award-winning artist and director Paul Rudish ("Dexter's Laboratory," "The Powerpuff Girls") with Joseph Holt as the series art director. The distinctive feeling is a stunning modern twist on a romantic 1930s aesthetic. Cartoon Brew offers a full list of the impressive talent involved with the new series of three-and-a-half minute shorts.

Mickey and His Trusty ScooterMickey and His Trusty Scooter

In this first episode Mickey zips through the City of Light on his side-kick scooter, the pair dodges heavy traffic, flying Nuns, and even run into Cinderella while trying to deliver croissants to Minnie's cafe before her customers get angry. The film is spoken entirely in French, however any viewer will be able to follow along and enjoy the unpretentious storyline. Rated TV-G, Croissant de Triomphe is the first in a new series of 19 animated shorts to be released on the Disney Channel, Disney.com and WATCH Disney Channel starting June 28th.

Can't wait? You can get a sneak preview right now at Disney Video!

Mon Cevallier!  Mickey You're Our HeroMon Chevalier! Mickey You're Our Hero

The fun doesn't have to stop there either. If you want to continue the fun in Paris, you can help Mickey deliver the croissant to Minnie on time by playing Mickey's Delivery Dash online!

Did you go watch Croissant de Triomphe? What do you think of Mickey's new look? Are you excited to see the rest of the series? Leave a comment and let me know. And if you're looking for the very best spot for a croissant at Walt Disney World, head to Epcot's Le Halles Bakery! You can tell them Minnie sent you.

PirateGirl wrote on Wed, 05/08/2013 - 20:54:

That was so cute. You can tell that it was produced by the same gentleman who did Powerpuff Girls.

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