D23 Offering Parody Disney Movie Posters from Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway at Disneyland to Magic Key Holders

Lisa Stump

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D23 Offering Parody Disney Movie Posters from Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway at Disneyland to Magic Key Holders

Lisa Stump

Updated on:

D23 Offering Parody Disney Movie Posters from Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway at Disneyland to Magic Key Holders

New Magic Key Holders who become D23 members on either the Gold or Gold Duo levels will receive an El Capitoon Film commemorative postcard set when signing up for a new membership.

Commemorative Postcard Set for New Magic Key Holder D23 Gold Memberships

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According to the D23 website, Magic Key holders who become Gold or Gold Duo members will receive a set of postcard prints with several printed posters inspired by Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway in Mickey’s Toontown. The official description follows:

Climb aboard and join this fan-tastic adventure! Receive an exclusive El Capitoon Film Postcard Set featuring film posters that seem familiar—but with a toon-ified twist, from the latest Disneyland attraction, Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway, when you purchase a new D23 Gold or Gold Duo Membership!

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The movie poster artwork includes “Meeska Mooska,” “The Absent-minded Professor Von Drake,” “The Scroogiest Millionaire,” “Mickey, I Shrunk the Nieces,” “Goofy Friday,” and “Toonsies.” Each of these are fictional films based off of Disney classics.

The El CapiTOON Theater and Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway are both in Mickey’s Toontown at Disneyland, which just reopened to the public last March.

A promotional code is required during checkout in order to receive the postcard prints, so make sure you include D23MAGIC23 when you purchase your membership.

Mickey's Toontown includes attractions for "every single guest."

Reimagined Mickey’s Toontown

Just three months ago, Mickey’s Toontown reopened to the public in Disneyland. On March 19, 2023, after extensive repairs and changes were made to the land, park visitors were able to enjoy an increase in green spaces and quiet areas for guest relaxation and comfort, including additional shaded areas in the land.

It was also designed to be wheelchair accessible and reduce anxiety in children who are sensitive to sensory stimulation. Walt Disney Imagineering consciously made this design effort in order to be considerate and inclusive of “every single guest.”

Iconic structures guests know and love, including Mickey and Minnie’s houses, received fresh paint in slightly toned-down hues. They otherwise remain unchanged. There are also two new dining venues in the land.

At the newly opened Café Daisy, offerings include hot dogs, pizza, and a Spring Garden Wrap. Picnic Time Watermelon Lemonade, Granny Goof’s Garden Sweet Tea, and Specialty Cold Brrr-ew are also available alongside standard fountain drinks and prepackaged water and juices. Check out our review of every item here.

Good Boy! Grocers is the second new venue in the land. It is a farmer’s market-style stand with grab-and-go items, and it replaced Goofy’s Gas Station.

Character meet-and-greets resumed in Mickey’s Toontown, including Mickey and the gang, as well as a very special debut of Pete. One character even received a new costume for the grand reopening.

We did a full walkthrough of the newly reimagined space. Make sure to check out our video below.

Check out the previous coverage on CenTOONial Park and Mickey’s Toontown using the links below:

Will you be picking up this collector’s set of postcards with a new Gold-level D23 account? We’d like to see your opinions in the comments below.

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