Mickey Mouse Club - Mousekartoon intro - Annette #1.mp4

  • Published on Mar 7, 2010
  • Here's Annette doing the introduction for the daily Mousekartoon on "The Mickey Mouse Club".
  • Film & AnimationFilm & Animation

Comments • 30

  • Beth g
    Beth g Month ago +1

    Love annette my favorite

  • Johnny Freeman
    Johnny Freeman 3 months ago

    My brother had a big crush on her. I kept on convinceing him that she was too old for him.

  • Overcomer Ministry
    Overcomer Ministry 8 months ago +3

    Memories of what was a better viewing experience for the boys and girls of yesteryear..
    Most television programming today, is nothing but filth!
    Produced by the sick and twisted minds of today's Hollywood...

  • GrubbyBuckets
    GrubbyBuckets 11 months ago +2

    Shake it annette

  • omae wa mou shindeiru NANI?!?!?!

    I came here to explore Anette because of the movie stand by me

  • Doug Darden
    Doug Darden Year ago +8

    I just wanna say to Annette and her family thank you for your service that you brought to many community over decades I so glad I was in that era coming up with Mickey Mouse house club she was a nice warm person caring and loving you can tell her moral was very high standards from across the she educated many thought who? Behind her I loved her so much I was crushed when i heard she pass on but she will never be for gotten r.i.p. my true friend for life thank for your time spend here God Bless

  • Jon Keiser
    Jon Keiser Year ago +1

    Annette kinda looks like Lara Jill Miller at that young age.

  • Stephen Coston
    Stephen Coston 2 years ago +1

    When Annette passed away in April of 2013. I played in the Special Olympics Softball team. I prayed whenever I hit a homerun, it will be dedicated to Annette. I hit a 3 run homer in the State Finals and I saluted the sky to her. We won the Gold Medal in her memory and I sent my Gold Medal to her Husband Glen Holdt.

  • hebneh
    hebneh 2 years ago +1

    A snake was holding the paper in its mouth. It came up out of the drawer. Annette fearlessly removed the paper from its dangerously fanged mouth. Pretty odd, I'd say.

  • Merlin Deyro
    Merlin Deyro 2 years ago +1


  • Jayla Brown
    Jayla Brown 3 years ago +5

    I would love to be a big star like her.

  • Jayla Brown
    Jayla Brown 3 years ago +6

    I'm a big fan of annet and I love love love her she is a big star 🌟.

    • Jon Keiser
      Jon Keiser Year ago

      Jayla Brown you can always do it on TheXvid.

  • randomvids360
    randomvids360 6 years ago +2

    I'm currently working on colorizing this intro in memory of Annette. R.I.P.

  • Veronica Diaz
    Veronica Diaz 6 years ago +4

    I just loved her...she was an example to all young girls growing up to become young ladies. You will be missed Ms. Funicello.... R.I.P!

  • Les Toil
    Les Toil 6 years ago +4

    Missing Annette.

  • lustre5
    lustre5 6 years ago +4

    "Cute as a button" doesn't even describe her. Gives cuteness new meaning. Life is not fair that we know. But boy she was loved, and she never took it for granted.

  • randomvids360
    randomvids360 6 years ago +1

    I was so shocked when I heard that Annette died. R.I.P.

  • Sheryl Heller
    Sheryl Heller 6 years ago +2

    R.I.P. Mousekateer Annette Funicello....

  • whatsgoingon26
    whatsgoingon26 6 years ago +1

    RIP Annette

  • Leamsi Ordnavi
    Leamsi Ordnavi 6 years ago +1

    Rip @Annette

  • Cat McNichol
    Cat McNichol 6 years ago +2

    This was such a young Annette! I loved her and Lonnie the most.

  • brian sedlock
    brian sedlock 7 years ago

    I believe you. Was GIANTLAND a Mickey Mouse cartoon? I think it was Mickey's version of Jack & the Beanstalk.

  • Richard Smith
    Richard Smith 7 years ago

    @67nairb Checked the unofficial MMC website.

  • brian sedlock
    brian sedlock 7 years ago

    @Kartoonkid95 How do you know that?

  • brian sedlock
    brian sedlock 7 years ago

    @Kartoonkid95 The latter cartoon was the debut of Donald Duck.

  • annie h.
    annie h. 7 years ago +1

    happy birthday ANNETTE!love you always!

  • Richard Smith
    Richard Smith 8 years ago +1

    @wwodtv But "Giantland" was screened on MMC on Nov. 7, 1955.

  • wwodtv
    wwodtv  9 years ago +1

    They actually re-used those intros for several different cartoons, which is why they clipped off the actual reading of the cartoon names. In this case she was introducing "Giantland" on 1/2/59. I'm not sure where else they used it yet but thanks fot the information!!

  • Richard Smith
    Richard Smith 9 years ago +1

    That Annete introduction came from "Circus Day" on October 6, 1955.

    The Mousekartoon that day was "The Wise Little Hen" (1934).