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Disney recently decided to bring back to life a classical animation icon. 85 years after its original debut (in 1928, in the black and white movie Steamboat Willie), Mickey Mouse lands directly on the streets of modern day Paris, trying to help his friend Minnie, whose cafés run out of croissants. The iconic mouse speaks in a French accent, pulls up all sorts of stunts and manages to deliver the warm croissants straight to the angry customers’ tables. Long story short, he saves the day and manages to tickle a couple of nostalgic memories from the times when magic came to life in front of the TV, when the gates to the Disney castle opened. “Croissant de Triomphe” is the first of a series of 19 shorts that Disney is planning to launch by 2013. Realized with the help of Paul Rudish, creator of Dexter’s Laboratory and Powerpuff Girls.

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