Mickey’s #1 Gal Stars In Her Own Disney Junior Short-Form Series “Minnie’s Bow-Toons,” Premiering Monday, November 14 On Disney Channel

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Minnie Mouse showcases her passion for fashion in her own Disney Junior short-form series “Minnie’s Bow-Toons,” launching with a week of new episodes MONDAY, NOVEMBER 14 – SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19 (8:55 a.m., ET/PT) on Disney Channel and DisneyJunior.com. Following the linear premiere on Disney Channel, fans can log on to DisneyJunior.com/Minnie to see an exclusive first look at the next day’s full episode.


Based on a popular episode of Disney Junior’s hit Emmy-nominated series “Mickey Mouse Clubhouse,” the new series finds Minnie and her good friend Daisy Duck running Minnie’s Bow-Tique, a specialty shop which stocks only bows and bowties. No matter what the occasion, Minnie has a bow (or bow-tie) for every situation, whether it’s using a rubber bow to fix some leaky pipes or shredded bows to make pom poms for a cheerleader.


In honor of Minnie’s birthday weekend, Disney Junior will air a block-long marathon featuring the new shorts and Minnie-centric episodes of “Mickey Mouse Clubhouse” on Friday, November 18 (8:55 a.m. – 12:30 p.m., ET/PT) and Saturday, November 19 (6:30 – 9:00 a.m., ET/PT).


(Editors please note: Images and clips are available at www.disneychannelmedianet.com. Registration required).


One of the most beloved characters in the world, Minnie Mouse was first introduced to the public alongside her leading man, Mickey Mouse, in the 1928 classic animated short “Steamboat Willie,” where she played a damsel in distress.


         Some additional fun facts about Minnie Mouse:

  • Born to farmers Marcus and Margie Mouse, Minnie’s full name is Minerva Mouse.


  • Minnie Mouse and Mickey Mouse share the same birthday – November 18.


  • Minnie’s Bow-Tique is not the first time Minnie has owned her own business.  In the 1933 animated short “Building a Building,” Minnie owned a lunch cart where she sold boxed lunches to construction workers.


  • Minnie loves dressing up in bows and ruffles and high-heeled shoes and her signature style has become a staple of classic Hollywood beauty.

“Minnie’s Bow-Toons” is a production of Disney Television Animation.  The series carries a TV-Y parental guideline.

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