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  • Season 2
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      Episode 55
      11/18/77
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      Lisa performs "Country Flavor," a taped Talent Showcase from Disneyland. Scenes from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs are shown. "Boo Bop Boobop Bop (I Love You Too)" from Pete's Dragon is sung by the movie's stars. Julie performs "It's Nice to Be Alone" for the Talent Showcase.
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      Episode 54
      11/17/77
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      Super Bowl '77 has the Mouseketeers performing at the Disneyland Half Time Show. Goofy learns basketball in "Double Dribble." Winnie the Pooh joins the Mouseketeers for the Talent Showcase performance "Pooh Polka."
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      Episode 53
      11/16/77
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      The Mouseketeers study growing up in a circus with the help of Wally, an eight and a half year-old bear trainer from Circus Vargas. Donald joins forces with Amos the elephant in "Working for Peanuts." Julie reads "Things I'm Grateful For" in the Poet's Corner.
    • C-129
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      Episode 52
      11/15/77
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      The cartoon special is "The Saga of Windwagon Smith," the story of Windwagon Smith and his pretty Polly. Lisa and Pop are the stars of a musical medical Talent Showcase when they sing "A Spoonful of Sugar."
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      Episode 51
      11/14/77
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      The movie special involves scenes from The Vanishing Prairie, a true-life adventure classic. Goofy needs a cure for insomnia in "How to Sleep." And, all the Mouseketeer girls celebrate the roaring 20s in the Talent Showcase.
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      Episode 50
      11/11/77
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      The Showtime Guests are an 11-year-old baton twirler and a 14-year-old singer. Jiminy Cricket announces the "You Are a Human Animal" series.
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      C-126
      Episode 49
      11/10/77
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      In a special weather segment, Nita and Scott are joined by special guest Dr. George Fischbeck. The doctor also shows the Mouseketeers how to make tornadoes and clouds in your house. Donald Duck faces off against Chip 'n Dale in "Trailer Horn."
    • C-125
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      Episode 48
      11/9/77
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      Donald's nephews teach him how to dance in "Mr. Duck Steps Out." The Talent Showcase features the "Mousekedance." And, Marion and the dogs rescue everyone in the conclusion to the "Horse Without a Head."
    • C-124
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      Episode 47
      11/8/77
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      "The Three Little Pigs," an Oscar winning Silly Symphony, is the cartoon of the day. In "Appointment with Danger" (part 7 of "The Horse Without a Head"), Schiapa and his men follow the gang back to the toy factory. Last, Nita sings "The Good Ship Lollipop" for the Talent Showcase.
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      Episode 46
      11/7/77
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      Dr. Bird (Scott) visits with Lisa and shows some scenes from It's Tough to be A Bird. In the Academy Award winning short, Ruth Buzzi sings "When the Buzzards Return to Hinkley Ridge." Another Academy Award winner, "The Ugly Duckling," is the cartoon of the day. Country meets rock in the Talent Showcase "Dancin' is Dancin'."moreless
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      Episode 45
      11/4/77
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      Showtime Guests are a 13-year-old tap dancer and 13-year-old country-western musician. The musician plays a "Hoedown" on his fiddle while the Mouseketeers have a square dance. The cartoon of the day is "The China Shop."
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      Episode 44
      11/3/77
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      "It's Tough to be Eight" is Mindy's song in the Talent Showcase. Donald hunts Goofy in "Frank Duck Brings'em Back Alive." And, the kids discover the missing key and money an Part 6 "Cash in Hand" of "The Horse Without a Head."
    • C-120
      C-120
      Episode 43
      11/2/77
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      Allison stars as a communicator from the future, and the Mouseketeers help her trace the history of communication through comedy skits. Nita and Curtis dance their way through the 20th century, from the cake-walk to the disco, in the Talent Showcase "Disc to Disco." Scott plays trivia host during scenes from Zorro. And, Alice meets the Queen of Hearts in the Mouskamovie special Alice in Wonderland.moreless
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      Episode 42
      11/1/77
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      Donald Duck can't sleep in "Drip Dippy Donald." The Mouseketeers show off their singing and dancing skills in "Let's Go Day." "The Horse Without a Head" serial continues with part 5, "The Hijacked Horse." In this episode, Shiapa orders his flunkies to take the headless horse to get the key. Finally, Scott as the Old Philmousepher adds his words of wisdom about peanut butter.moreless
    • C-118
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      Episode 41
      10/31/77
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      Laughter is the name of the game in this episode. The Mouseketeers use movie clips to find their own special laughing place. Film clips include: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Dumbo, The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, The Sword in the Stone, Bambi, and Song of the South. Mickey and Pluto are featured in "Simple Things." And, Allison appears in the Talent Showcase with "Lavender Blue."moreless
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      Episode 40
      10/28/77
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      A 12-year-old singer and a 10-year-old dancer are the guests on Showtime Day. The dancer joins two Mousketeers in a jazz dance. Allison reads "Blame It on the Instruments" in the Poet's Corner. And, Donald has musical problems in "Trombone Trouble."
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      Episode 39
      10/27/77
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      Pop and Curtis research UFOs. In Alice in Wonderland, Alice greets the Cheshire Cat. Scott reads the poem "Summer Vacation" on Poet's Corner. Mallart hides the key to the toy shop where he has hidden the stolen money in Part IV ("The Secret of the Cash") of "The Horse Without a Head."moreless
    • C-115
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      Episode 38
      10/26/77
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      The Mouseketeers focus on comedy with skits and songs. Laurel & Hardy, fortune tellers, cavemen, George Washington, and chorus girls are all subjects of spoofs. Donald Duck stars with Jose Carioca in "Blame It on the Samba."
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      Episode 37
      10/25/77
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      It's Goofy versus Pistol Pete in "Two-Gun Goofy." Ruth Young visits the clubhouse with a Colorado River Toad in the "Meet the Uglies" segment. "The Railroad Rip-Off" (Part 3 of "The Horse Without a Head") sees Roublot arrested for driving drunk as he's on his way to meet Mallart.
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      Episode 36
      10/24/77
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      Angelo dresses in bear skin and tells the story "Bongo" from the animated movie Fun and Fancy Free. Prevention and chicken fat feature in the words of wisdom from the Old Philmousepher (Scott).
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      Episode 35
      10/21/77
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      Showtime Day guests include a 15-year-old singer and a 14-year-old pianist. Allison joins one guest on the piano for a rendition of "Twinkle, Twinkle." Mickey and Pluto face off against Chip 'n Dale in "Squatter's Rights."
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      Episode 34
      10/20/77
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      Lisa appears with her horse, Brandy, to begin a special segment-"Horse Sense." The Mouseketeer serial "The Horse Without a Head" continues with Part 2 "Invitation to Millions." In it, the gang finds a contact (Roublot) in the village. He fights with some traveling gypsies and is able to move close to the railroad tracks.moreless
    • C-110
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      Episode 33
      10/19/77
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      The Mouseketeers perform a musical comedy skit, "The Ballad of the Peanut Butter Kid," a spoof of spaghetti westerns. Pop sings "Mr. Bojangles" for the Talent Showcase; he also reads "Ghetto Land" for the Poet's Corner.
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      Episode 32
      10/18/77
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      Chief Dan George helps the Mouseketeers tell the story of "Little Hiawatha." The Mouseketeers introduce a new serial, "The Horse Without a Head." "A Plan is Hatched" is Part 1. Notorious French thief, Schiapa, begins planning a daring robbery of French mail.
    • C-108
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      Episode 31
      10/17/77
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      The Mouseketeers sing and act in the skit "He's Gonna Have Fun If It Kills Him." Shawnte's poem for the Poet's Corner is about pets. Donald Duck stars in "Donald's Vacation." During the Talent Showcase, Scott and Kelly perform "Taco and a Burger."
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      Episode 30
      10/14/77
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      A 10-year-old tap dancer and a 16-year-old violinist are the Showtime guests. Donald becomes a hunter in "Rugged Bear." Ruth Young of Enchanted Village visits with a South American alligator in "Meet the Uglies."
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      Episode 29
      10/13/77
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      The Mousekamystery continue when Sleuth and his niece rescue Mindy from the College of Criminal Knowledge. Ruth of Enchanted Village brings a boa constrictor to the clubhouse in "Meet the Uglies." Donald borrows from his nephews' piggy bank in "Donald's Crime."
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      Episode 28
      10/12/77
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      The Mouseketeers start a mysterious skit. Mindy is kidnapped by Professor Nefarious and his partner in crime (Flip-lip: Scott). To get her back, Sleuth and his niece (Lisa) try to rescue her. Goofy stars in the cartoon of the day, "How To Be a Detective." Scott plays his second role of the day as The Old Philmousepher when he offers words of advice on money and happiness.moreless
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      Episode 27
      10/11/77
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      The Mouseketeers travel to Mexico for a lesson on geography. Scenes from "Saludos Amigos" are shown. Nita, Todd and Angelo are featured singing and dancing "The Mexican Hat Dance." The cartoon for the day is "Aquarela do Brasil."
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      Episode 26
      10/10/77
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      Lisa and Curtis fly frisbees with the United States Frisbee Champions. They also learn about different types of frisbees and games. Scott spoofs commercials in the segment "Curl-A-Way." Mindy reads "Being a Kid" for the Poet's Corner. Pluto is at the docks in "Dog Watch." And, Nita sings ("Isn't It Nice to Know") for the Talent Showcase.moreless
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      Episode 25
      10/7/77
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      A 14-year-old trick cyclist and a 16-year-old banjo player are the Showtime Day talent. Julie, Shawnte, Kelly and Allison perform "If I Wore a Tulip." Donald Duck experiences the tough life in "Contrary Condor."
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      Episode 24
      10/6/77
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      The Mouseketeers have a bake-off with some students from California's Taft College. They make a giant sandwich (464 ft. long and 1200 lbs). Kelly, Pop, and Julie have some safety suggestions. And, Jiminy Cricket offers some safety tips of his own in "I'm No Fool."
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      Episode 23
      10/5/77
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      Pop, Todd and Lisa help Mindy explore her career choices, and they all sing a song "What Do You Want to Be." Donald gets washed in "Donald's Dog Laundry." Professor Word Power (Julie) introduces the word 'indolent.'
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      Episode 22
      10/4/77
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      Nita presents a ballet story with help from Make Mine Music and Fantasia. Donald discovers his nephews skipping school in "Truant Officer Donald."
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      Episode 21
      10/3/77
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      The Mouseketeers study sharks by tracing its evolution from prehistoric times. Julie, as Professor Word Power, introduces the word 'charisma.' Donald and his nephews are on a boat in "Sea Scouts." Pop is bothered by germs (Shawnte, Mindy, Nita, and Lisa)in "Fever, Fever" on the Talent Showcase.
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      Episode 20
      9/30/77
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      The Mouseketeers demonstrate Mexican folk dancing. Ballet Folklorico Infantil de Sacramento from Sacremento joins them. Mindy, Shawnte and Todd read their poetry in the "Poet's Corner." And, "The Grasshopper and the Ants" is the Silly Symphony cartoon of the day.
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      Episode 19
      9/29/77
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      Goofy battles his weight in "Tomorrow We Diet." Todd, Pop and Allison welcome L.A. Ram Fred Dryer, who helps the Mouseketeers with nutrition.
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      Episode 18
      9/28/77
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      The Mouseketeers learn about the deaf and sign language when President Carter's inaugural interpreter visits. Patsy, the interpreter, sings and signs "When You Wish Upon a Star," and "The Mickey Mouse Club March." Humphrey Bear battles Donald Duck in "Grin and Bear It." The Talent showcase spoofs picnics and country fairs in "Calistoga County."moreless
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      Episode 17
      9/27/77
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      The Mouseketeers explore model trains. Donald Duck makes his own model in "Plastics Inventor." Curtis reads his poem about performing in the "Poet's Corner."
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      Episode 16
      9/26/77
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      Julie, Pop and Curtis study the history of rockets from China to the Space Shuttle. The Mouseketeers build their own rocket. Scott, as the Old Philmousepher, contributes words of wisdom about absence.
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      C-092
      Episode 15
      9/23/77
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      "Showtime Day" has 2 featured guests: a 14-year-old dancer and 14-year-old violinist. The Country Bear Jamboree bears join the Mouseketeers for a performance and a dance at Disneyland. Donald Duck plays a trick on his nephews but faces consequences in "Don's Fountain of Youth." Scott appears as the Old Philmousepher, and Julie (as Professor Word Power) introduces the word 'altercation.'moreless
    • C-091
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      Episode 14
      9/22/77
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      Todd's voice changes, and he becomes scared he can't sing with the others. But, the Mouseketeers don't let him down; they find a solution through scenes from Almost Angels. Scott becomes the director of the "Hallelujah Chorus." In the Talent Showcase, Todd becomes a super kid and sings "Organize Your Time." And, Donald appears in "Slide, Donald, Slide."moreless
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      Episode 13
      9/21/77
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      Lisa plays Ms. Nimble Thimble, the owner of magical mannequins Scott and Kelly. The three trace fashion history through skits and songs. Scenes from Cinderella are also shown.Shawnte plays a strange fortune teller in "Mouseka-coo-coo." And, Mickey has trouble in "Mickey's Delayed Date." Julie as Professor Word Power uses the word 'affable.'moreless
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      Episode 12
      9/20/77
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      Mindy and Shawnte are introduced to a magical world in Darby O'Gill and the Little People. Mickey and Pluto get back to nature in "Mickey's Garden."
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      Episode 11
      9/19/77
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      Mickey is the sorcerer's apprentice in Fantasia. The Mouseketeers meet a tarantula named Edith in "Meet the Uglies." And, the Talent Showcase has lively chimney sweeps in "Step in Time."
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      Episode 10
      9/16/77
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      The Mouseketeers are live on Disneyland's stage. Lisa and her vetriloquist dummy (Arthur) sing "Wherever We Go." Julie taps to a medley involving "Zip-a-dee Dooh-dah." Shawnte performs "Mr. Medley." Mindy has the vocals for "Your Mama Don't Dance." And, all the Mousketeers sing and dance to "Children of the World" and "Everything is Beautiful." And, the Mouskamovie has Wendy about to walk the plank in Peter Pan.moreless
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      Episode 9
      9/15/77
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      Julie and Kelly skate with 10-year-old skating phenom Mark Henry. Kelly and Todd appear in the production number "You're Really Terrific" for the Talent Showcase. Goofy attempts hockey in "Hockey Homicide."
    • C-085
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      Episode 8
      9/14/77
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      The Mouseketeers prepare for the Disneyland parade and show how they prepared for their live Easter show. Mickey, Donald and Goofy appear in the cartoon "Boat Builders." Professor Word Power (Julie) discusses the word 'corpulence.' The Mousekamovie special has scenes from The Rescuers.
    • C-084
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      Episode 7
      9/13/77
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      Disney animation and comedy skits help the Mouseketeers trace the history of Mother Goose. Lisa and Nita share their poetry in "Poet's Corner." Lisa reads about brothers, and Nita's poem is about moms and dads.
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      Episode 6
      9/12/77
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      The Mousekeers give a behind the scenes glimpse of preparations for their Disneyland show. Allison plays the piano for the Talent Showcase, "Piano Playin' Poppa" also has other Mouseketeers singing backup. Goofy becomes a car enthusiast in "Motor Mania." And, Mouseketeers party to a mousekabeat in "Mousekadance."
    • C-082
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      Episode 5
      9/9/77
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      The Keane brothers are the "Showtime Day" guests at Disneyland. They sing "God Loves Little Girls," and then they are joined by mousketeers for "I Want to Get Back on the Floor and Boogie." Donald Duck goes star crazy in "Autograph Hound."
    • C-081
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      Episode 4
      9/8/77
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      Allison participates in "All That Jazz" and learns about swing, bebop, bules, rebop, progressive, modern, Dixieland, and boogie woogie with scenes from Disney's "Make Mine Music" and "Melody Time." Other Mouseketeers dance in "The Boogie Woogie Bakery Man." Humphrey the Bear is featured in "Hooked Bear." And, the Old Philmousepher, Scott quotes puns.moreless
    • C-080
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      Episode 3
      9/7/77
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      The Mousketeers use singing and dancing to spoof daytime tv. Skits include: "Morning Muscles," "The Cantankerous Cook," "Sadness and Sorrow," "You Bet Your Toys," "Doctor's Lunch," and "Slick." 101 Dalmatians is the Mousekemovie. Angelo, Scott, Curtis, Todd, and Kelly act as superjocks who earn extra money by making commercials. Mindy is their director.moreless
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      Episode 2
      9/6/77
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      Julie dresses as Dr. Sigmund Frog and discusses dreams. Scenes from Alice in Wonderland, "Perri" and "Thomasina" are shown. Donald Duck learns about discipline in "Spare the Rod." And, Scott (as the Old Philosopher) shares his "Life is not always a bowl of cherries" philosophy.
    • C-078
      C-078
      Episode 1
      9/5/77
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      Mouseketeers Julie, Shawnte, and Angelo put on a hobo hoedown and sing "Bare Necessities." Clips from the movie Lady and the Tramp are shown.
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