Mickey & Minnie in Hollywood

Mickey &Amp; Minnie In Hollywood

Art Notes

In the Passport to Adventure series by Thomas Kinkade Studios, Mickey and Minnie, along with some of their closest friends, explore famous travel destinations around the world. In this flashing Hollywood scene, Mickey and Minnie walk the red carpet. The beautiful California sunset and stunning palm trees frame the setting for a one of a kind Disney celebration. Lights and cameras flash as onlookers gather to try to get a photograph of the famous pair. The happy couple waltzes romantically through the crowd as their closest friends gather to support them. Mickey and Minnie in Hollywood depicts one of Southern California’s most iconic venues with a Kinkade flair.

  • Mickey and Minnie in Hollywood is the second piece in the Thomas Kinkade Studios Passport to Adventure Series.
  • Mickey and Minnie debuted together in Steamboat Willie at the Colony Theater in New York on November 18, 1928, and are showing their glamorous side here in a beautiful Hollywood setting at an iconic theatre in Hollywood.
  • The couple appears oblivious to the crowd that has gathered beneath the lights of the iconic Hollywood sign that shines in the background.
  • Mickey and Minnie are dressed in their most elegant red-carpet attire to join the evening’s celebration.

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