Mickey’s Choo Choo Express And Handy Manny: Motorcycle Adventure On DVD Now! | Amy Clary

Mickey’s Choo Choo Express And Handy Manny: Motorcycle Adventure On DVD Now!

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Alex and I were recently able to review 2 of  the newest DVDs from Disney. Their titles were Mickey Mouse Clubhouse: Choo-Choo Express and Handy Manny: Motorcycle Adventure.

Mickey’s Choo-Choo Express is a full length feature about Mickey and his friends using an old train to bring snow that will never melt (made by Professor Von Drake) down from the mountain for some play time. Mickey plans a party for everyone and he  makes sure to get to every train station on time so the party can begin. He and his friends even bump into Santa and Mrs. Claus on the way.

This DVD is adorable and even includes a bonus episode. Alex seems to enjoy this feature so he can choose which Mickey show he wants to watch.

Here is more information from the press release:

BONUS FEATURES

Bonus Episode

Mickey’s Big Job Willie the Giant is off to visit his Mama. Before he leaves he asks Mickey and his pals to house-sit his farm. The gang is eager to help, but Willie's "little list" of chores turns out to be a big hassle considering how small they are in the giant's home. With a big "can do" spirit, the Clubhouse gang set about the chores and all the jobs get done in time earning a mammoth thank you from Willie when he gets home.

* Mickey’s Big Job includes 3 fun ways to watch and play using your remote control”

1. Fastplay mode – enjoy the movie without using your remote
2. Adventure mode 1 (ages 2-3) – as you watch the movie, use your remote to answer fun questions about colors, shapes and sizes.
3. Adventure mode 2 (ages 4-5) – move to a higher level with more challenging questions using your remote.

Mickey Mouse Clubhouse: Choo Choo Express is available for U.S. $26.99 (SRP), Canada
$29.99 (SRP) from Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment.

STREET DATE: December 1, 2009

Handy Manny: Motorcycle Adventure is also a full-length feature that has been getting a lot of play time around here. Alex is crazy about this DVD.

In this story, Handy Manny is taking his tools to a family reunion. On the way, his tools learn that friends can be family while they face a few different adventures together.

This DVD also has a bonus episode that Alex watches as often as he’s allowed. It puts him right in the holiday mood as Handy Manny and his tools help their friends get ready to celebrate by making gifts and fixing things up.

Here’s the additional information from the press release:

BONUS FEATURES

Bonus Episode

A Very Handy Holiday It's the night of Kelly's Winter Holiday Party and Manny and the tools are finishing up their holiday gift making before they go. But when a series of emergency holiday repairs are needed all over town, their celebration plans are threatened and the tools learn that helping others is an even better way to celebrate the holidays.

*”A Very Handy Holiday” includes 3 fun ways to watch and play using your remote control”

1. Fastplay mode – enjoy the movie without using your remote
2. Adventure mode 1 (ages 2-3) – as you watch the movie, use your remote to answer fun questions about colors, shapes and sizes.
3. Adventure mode 2 (ages 4-5) – move to a higher level with more challenging questions using your remote.

Handy Manny: Manny’s Motorcycle Adventure is available for U.S. $26.99 (SRP), Canada $29.99 (SRP) from Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment.

STREET DATE: December 1, 2009

Both DVDs get our stamp of approval. These would make great stocking stuffers! Check them out today!

**This review is based strictly on my experience with the item and my opinion of that experience. I was not compensated for my review beyond receiving a sample item. Please see my disclosure policy at the bottom of my blog page.**

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Amy C

Amy is a stay-at-home mom of three beautiful kiddos. She's been blogging since 2007 and started her own small business in 2015 with Young Living. When she isn't busy being a mom, wife, or entrepreneur, she enjoys picking up a DIY project, singing, or songwriting. Creativity is life and life is good.

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