The Wonderful World of Mickey Mouse is an upcoming American animated web television series produced by Disney Television Animation for Disney+. The series is a continuation and revival of the Emmy Award-winning Mickey Mouse TV series, uses the same style, and has many of the same cast and crew, with the exception of the late Russi Taylor as Minnie Mouse, who is replaced by Kaitlyn Robrock, who began voicing the character on Mickey Mouse Mixed-Up Adventures after Taylor’s passing. The series was first announced on September 14, 2020, stating it would premiere on November 18, 2020, to coincide with Mickey’s 92nd birthday.
Like in the previous series, the music was composed by Christopher Willis. On November 13, 2020, two songs from the series co-written by Willis were released to streaming services, including “Donald’s Conga Song” from “Supermarket Scramble” and “The Wrangler’s Code” from “Cheesewranglers”.
“The Wonderful World of Mickey Mouse” spotlights the endearing, adventurous and comedic antics of Mickey Mouse and his best pals – Minnie, Donald, Daisy, Goofy and Pluto – as they embark on their greatest adventures yet, navigating the curveballs of a wild and zany world where the magic of Disney makes the impossible possible.
Chris Diamantopoulos – Mickey Mouse
Kaitlyn Robrock – Minnie Mouse
Bill Farmer – Goofy
Tony Anselmo – Donald Duck
Tress MacNeille – Daisy Duck
Executive Producer – Paul Rudish
Director – Eddie Trigueros, Mike Bell, Jason Reicher
Composer – Chris Willis
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