|Product Name||Walt Disney Animation Collection, Vol. 1 Mickey and the Beanstalk|
|Category||Electronics / Photography: A/V Media: Movie / TV|
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|Long Description||Embark on magical adventures in this Disney Animation Collection DVD, part of an exciting series of classic Disney short films! Your favorite Disney characters star in Mickey And The Beanstalk, the imaginative telling of a beloved storybook tale! Based on the timeless adventures of Jack and the Beanstalk, Mickey, Donald and Goofy climb a fantastic beanstalk up into the sky to a place where everything is huge-the food, the castle and the fearsome giant named Willy who guards a beautiful golden harp! Will Mickey and his friends outwit the giant and make it safely back home?|
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