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    Mickey & Minnie's Runaway Railway

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This attraction is NOT YET OPEN!
It is expected to open on March 4, 2020.

Description And Comments

Disney restarted regular production of Mickey Mouse cartoons in 2013. Mostly written and directed by Paul Rudish, these 4-minute vignettes— more than 90 have been made so far—are minor masterpieces of storytelling, animation, and humor; Mickey and Minnie sport a retro-1930s look, complete with “pie eyes.” In settings across the world, and sometimes entirely in languages other than English, the Mouses, Goofy, Donald, and the rest of the gang embark on crazy adventures that always seem to end up just fine. If you haven’t seen them yet, plan on binge-watching them with your kids (they’re all on YouTube).

Disney hasn’t said much about Runaway Railway other than it’ll be a familyfriendly, 3-D-ish experience. We’re pretty sure it involves an out-of-control railroad car (we’re smart like that), projection mapping, lots of zigzagging inside the theater, and plenty of sight gags. (Len will wash Paul Rudish’s car if there’s a Potatoland T-shirt for sale in the postride gift shop.)

Touring Tips

If the ride is half as good as the cartoons, this will be the Studios’ sleeper hit of the decade, in which case you should expect long lines throughout the day.

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