PHOTOS: Mickey & Friends Feature in Parodies of Classic Film Posters in Queue for Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway at Disneyland

After sharing the look at the “Mickey Through the Ears” portion of the queue for Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway at Disneyland, D23 has now revealed some of the poster art. The art parodies classic/popular movie posters with Mickey & Friends makeovers.

The Mouseketeer

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This poster is a play on “The Rocketeer” (1991), not to be confused with the Disney Junior show.

The Scroogiest Millionaire

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This version of “The Happiest Millionaire” (1967) features Scrooge, Donald, Daisy, Launchpad McQuack, and more.

High School Goofical 3: Senior Year

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Max Goof takes the place of Zac Efron on this poster imitating “High School Musical 3: Senior Year” (2008).

The Chipmunk Trap

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Chip ‘n’ Dale swap places to reunite Donald and Daisy in this parody of “The Parent Trap” (1998).

Mickey, I Shrunk the Nieces

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Minnie and Figaro star on the poster for a “Honey, I Shrunk the Kids” (1989) parody. The tiny Millie and Melody are on their noses.

Toonsies

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Mickey leaps above a stack of newspapers in this version of the “Newsies” musical.

Meeska Mooska

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As they have already appeared in the parks, it’s fitting to have Daisy, Clarabelle, and Minnie take the places of the Sanderson Sisters for the “Hocus Pocus” poster.

The Absent-Minded Professor Von Drake

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Instead of swapping a word out, this parody of “The Absent-minded Professor” just added “Von Drake” to the end.

Goofy Friday

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Goofy and Max Goof star on this poster parody of “Freaky Friday.” Where “The Parent Trap” poster used the more modern version, this poster is a play on the original 1976 film rather than the 2003 version starring Lindsay Lohan and Jamie Lee Curtis.

The Fiesty Ducks

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The last poster shared is for a “The Mighty Ducks” parody, appropriately starring Donald and his nephews.

Which poster is your favorite? Let us know in the comments.

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