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‘Split Decision’ Poster Continues Exclusive Countdown Series to March 4 Opening of Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway

Thomas Smith

by , Editorial Content Director, Disney Experiences

Our ongoing cartoon poster series celebrating the March 4 debut of Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway at Disney’s Hollywood Studios continues today with new art inspired by the zany “Split Decision” short.   

‘Split Decision’ Poster

As you can see, the latest “Split Decision” poster features two very different Donalds! In the video short, Mickey takes Donald Duck to Professor Von Drake’s lab to cure his temper but something strange and unexpected happens!     

You’ll soon be able to experience the unexpected surprises of Mickey’s cartoon universe like never before at Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway.  During each adventure, you’ll enter the NEW Mickey Mouse cartoon short “Perfect Picnic” for an one-of-a-kind adventure where anything can happen. Why? Because here, mouse rules apply!

And before experiencing Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway, you’ll see posters of these existing award-winning shorts that might have previously premiered at the Chinese Theatre – all created specifically for the attraction by Walt Disney Imagineering and Disney Television Animation.  

Keep checking the Disney Parks Blog for more exclusive poster art inspired by the video shorts in the coming weeks. In the meantime, be sure to check out the “Split Decision” short for a look inside an amazing cartoon universe you’ll be able to enjoy at Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway beginning March 4, 2020, at Disney’s Hollywood Studios and later at Disneyland park in 2022.

Here are some of our earlier stories featuring Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway:


  • Just as a heads up the YouTube link is to the short “Three-Legged Race” and not “Split Decision”. Don’t mind watching both though!

  • I second the previous comment. Why are these poster being released in such low resolution? It’s hard to get excited about these being released when the text isn’t even clear. They’re definitely worthy of some better treatment.

  • How come the last two poster releases have been so blurry and low-resolution? Hard to appreciate the details!

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