To be added...
- Chris Diamantopoulos - Mickey Mouse
- Fred Tatasciore - Sumo Wrestler
- Hira Ambrosino - Train Station Announcer
- Episodes with dialogue spoken entirely in a foreign language:
- 1.) Croissant de Triomphe = French.
- 2.) Tokyo Go = Japanese.
- 3.) Panda-monium = Mandarin Chinese.
- 4.) O Sole Minnie = Italian.
- 5.) O Futebol Clássico = Portuguese.
- 6.) Mumbai Madness = Hindi.
- 7.) Clogged = Dutch.
- 8.) Al Rojo Vivo = Spanish.
- 9.) ¡Feliz Cumpleaños! = Spanish.
- While this is the second short to be spoken in Spanish, it takes place in Mexico rather than Spain.
- 10.) Dancevidaniya = Russian.
- 11.) Turkish Delights = Turkish.
- 12.) Locked in Love = Korean.
- 13.) Carnaval = Portuguese.
- This is the second short to be spoken in Portuguese as well as the second short to take place in Brazil. Also, both shorts take place in Rio de Janeiro.
- 14.) Year of the Dog = Chinese.
- While this is the second short to be spoken in Chinese as well as the second short to take place in China, this short takes place in Shanghai rather than Beijing.
- 15.) Amore Motore = Italian.
- While this is the second short to be spoken in Italian and the second short to take place in Italy, this short takes place in Rome rather than Venice.
- 16.) Our Floating Dreams = Thai.
- When Mickey goes through a tunnel on top of the train, the scene briefly changes to that of a video game. This is a possible cultural reference to Akihabara, a section of Tokyo which is a hot spot for gamers. It is also a reference to Yo Gabba Gabba!
- Super Mario Bros. sound effects are used during this sequence.
- Also after he escapes, he jumps off the train and ducks from Duck Hunt are visible.
- Near the end of the episode, a picture of Walt Disney in the cab of the Ernest S. Marsh on the Disneyland Railroad can be seen at the kiddie-train station.
- During the video game scene, you can hear part of the Casey Jr. theme song from Dumbo.
- When the blue bullet train rockets down the track as Mickey watches it from the red train, it makes the same sound as the TIE Fighters from Star Wars.
- In addition the train horns were taken from a YouTube video in which a guy connected Disneyland monorail air horns to his car. The sound can be heard in this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VeSnvYTUXCU at about 0:25.
Place in the World
- Tokyo, Japan
- Rail Runner - Computer game based off this episode