Join Mickey and his pals on their most hilarious adventure ever!
The excitement starts when Pluto's bouncy ball accidentally hits the Silly Switch - and it gets stuck! Suddenly, Mickey can only talk in rhyme; Pluto moos like a cow; rubber duckies float through the air, and the Handy Helpers boot everyone out of the Clubhouse!
Can our friends find their way back and turn off the Silly Switch?
With YOUR help and the right Mousketools, no problem is too silly to solve. You'll even help Goofy become a superhero.
There's a wacky world of fun-filled surprises waiting for you in Mickey's Super Silly Adventures!
I loved Micky Mouse when I was growing up. We don't have SkyTV so none of us had seen Mickey Mouse Clubhouse except a couple of times there had been a bonus episode on one of our DVDs. My girls seemed to love it so I suggested Santa get them a Clubhouse DVD each in their Stockings. Of the two we got Super Silly Adventures has been the most popular.
My three year old knows the whole DVD so well that she answers the questions before Mickey has had a chance to ask them. She loves the Mouseketools and helping Mickey choose the right one to help him. My four year old loves watching it but doesn't interact with it like her little sister does.
As a I love the educational things that are included in the episodes. There is counting in tens and even how to care for a baby. It is good wholesome entertainment with nothing that would offend anyone. Even after all these years I still love Mickey and his friends.
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