Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway remains under construction in Disneyland, with a new movie theater façade coming to Mickey’s Toontown for the attraction. The construction walls surrounding the façade have been updated with themed posters, photo ops, and concept art.
The walls are white with teal blue panels.
A poster for the cartoon short featured in Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway — “Perfect Picnic” — is on one panel, which says, “World prem-ear coming toon!” The next panel says, “our remodel is popping at the seams” with popcorn spilling out from behind it.
Guests can post with these Minnie and Mickey construction hats and tools. Speech bubbles say, “We’re a classic…” and “…double feature!”
Another popcorn-inspired panel says, “film fans butter be ready!”
Concept art for the theater entrance is pictured in black-and-white (“before”) and color (“after”). Above the art, it says, “The ol’ theater is getting a toon up!” Below, it says, “You’ll reel-y love it!”
All of the panels have a popcorn logo for the El Capitoon Theater.
Another photo op puts guests in Donald and Goofy hard hats with the speech bubbles “Workin’ hard!” and “Or hardly working…”
A stretch of construction walls feature references to Disney cartoons old and new. There’s another poster for “Perfect Picnic,” plus one for “Potatoland.” Between them is an advertisement for “1923-ish SF for lease” asking interested parties to contact Peg Pete from “Goof Troop.”
There are multiple stickers for Chinny Chin Chin Construction Co. featuring the three little pigs. Another sign lists the “site rules” which include no musical numbers, all Goofs must be chaperoned, and entire donut must be removed from box.
There are more posters for newer Mickey Mouse cartoons, including “Croissant De Triomphe,” “Wish Upon a Coin,” and “Tokyo Go.”
There’s a lost poster for poor Figaro, asking anyone who has seen him to contact Minnie Mouse. A poster of the three little pigs promises their construction is “guaranteed to be 100% wolf-proof.”
Finally, there’s a poster advertising Lester’s Possum Park from “A Goofy Movie.”
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