Mickey's Magical TV World (or Mickey's Starland Show) was a stage show based on the Disney Afternoon that opened in May 1990 at the Mickey's Starland section of Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom park. It featured Zummi and Gruffi from Adventures of the Gummi Bears, Scrooge McDuck and Launchpad McQuack from DuckTales, and Chip 'n' Dale and Gadget from Chip 'n' Dale Rescue Rangers.
In the fourth quarter of 1990, Gruffi and Gadget were removed and Baloo and Louie from TaleSpin took over the section where Mickey would appear and come down the stairs as the Mickey Mouse March plays. Also, the hostess was named C.J. and the machine located on the right side of the stage became a computer rapper name D.U.D.E. who changes his voice and some of his rapping lines (especially for Darkwing Duck) every year.
When Walt Disney World celebrated its 20th anniversary in 1991, Darkwing Duck replaced the Gummi Bears, and Roger Rabbit was added to the show to appear when C.J. and the audience were about to expect Mickey and then bring a young volunteer to throw a ball into the Roger cut-out's mouth.
In 1992, Scrooge, Launchpad, and Roger Rabbit were cut out of the show as DuckTales was replaced by Goof Troop to feature Goofy and Max, with Scrooge's vault being replaced by Goofy's house. The Darkwing Duck segment script changed and had Darkwing and C.J. do the box trick without Launchpad. Also, after the Goof Troop segment, when Goofy shuts the door, he gets trapped in his house by the home security system.
In 1993, Bonkers D. Bobcat from Bonkers replaced Chip 'n' Dale Rescue Rangers. Launchpad returned to the show, this time only appearing as Darkwing's sidekick, Baloo and Louie's lines switched places during the finale. This would be the last update given to the show, with this particular iteration of the attraction remaining in use (even after further changes to the Disney Afternoon's line-up) until the its closure in 1996.