See these Mickey Mouse shorts play while your waiting to ride Mickey & Minnie's Runaway Railway (Photo: Disney Parks Blog)

Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway opens at Disney’s Hollywood Studios on March 4, 2020! This attraction will open in the Chinese Theatre, replacing the opening day attraction the Great Movie Ride. To celebrate this new attraction’s debut, there’s an ongoing cartoon poster series inspired by Mickey shorts that will be released on Disney Parks Blog regularly until March 4, 2020! Today we’re sharing a roundup of all of the posters released so far!

Wish Upon A Coin
2020 kicked off right with the first of many Mickey short posters to debut! Wish Upon A Coin released its poster on December 31, 2019 with plans for releasing the short film during the New Year’s Eve LIVE stream. In the poster you’ll see that Mickey and Minnie are at a wishing well, which is the perfect way to start a new year of magical wishes!

Three-Legged Race

On January 10, 2020 the new Three-Legged Race poster was released to the public. This poster features Mickey Mouse and Pete teaming up for a race because Minnie Mouse chose to partner with Daisy. Mickey wants to win the race “fair and square” but not everyone on his team agrees with that plan. You can view the cartoon video short for Three-Legged Race online!

Split Decision

On January 16, 2020, the Split Decision poster made its debut. This poster’s artwork is inspired by the zany storyline of the short. Much like the poster implies, this cartoon short features two different versions of Donald Duck. In the video, Mickey Mouse takes Donald Duck to Professor Von Drake’s lab hoping to cure his temper when something strange happens!

Tokyo Go

The next cartoon poster in the series was released on January 23, 2020. This Tokyo Go poster features Mickey aboard one of Japan’s speedy commuter trains! He’s hanging on tight for this wild ride. In the video short, Mickey doesn’t say anything, but the fun cartoon adventure of this clip is clear without words!

Mumbai Madness

The January poster releases ended with Mumbai Madness on January 30, 2020. In this poster Mickey Mouse is driving an elephant around town on what appears to be a routine trip. Don’t be fooled by the poster though, because the video short tells the full story of this epic journey featuring a special guest!

Croissant De Triomphe

Catch Mickey speeding through none other than Paris in this new Croissant De Triomphe poster, released February 6, 2020! Watch as Mickey battles Paris traffic and other unexpected surprises as he tries to get the croissants to Minnie for her french café.


This new cartoon poster, Yodelberg, released February 13, 2020, depicts Mickey and Minnie yodeling at Minnie’s mountain chalet. When things go awry, Mickey has to save Minnie from the potential avalanche and unexpected surprises and halt their yodeling duet.


This next poster, released February 21, 2020, Potatoland, Mickey and Donald try to make Goofy’s dream come to life when they attempt to build him his very own theme park out of potatoes!

Wonders of Deep

Head down to the dark mysterious world of the ocean in this poster, Wonders of Deep, released February 27, 2020. Travel down with Mickey and friends to explore what lies beneath the waters, but things take a wild turn when Mickey and his friends have to save Professor Von Drake from a giant sea creature!

Before guests get to experience the all-new Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway attraction, they will see the posters of these iconic shorts that might have once premiered at the Chinese Theatre. Each short was created specifically for this new attraction by Disney Television Animation and Walt Disney Imagineering!

March 4, 2020 can’t get here soon enough! This attraction’s opening is one of the highlights of Spring 2020 at the Most Magical Place on Earth. Guests will experience unexpected surprises in Mickey’s cartoon universe like never before. You’ll enter the Mickey Mouse short Perfect Picnic where anything can happen thanks to the unpredictable adventures of Mickey Mouse and his friends! It’s sure to be fun for guests of all ages. Keep checking back for more colorful and creative posters featuring Mickey and friends until the attraction makes its debut in March!