` MOUSE-CON BAKERSFIELD Disneyana Collectable Fan Convention  

Building 4 (The Arts Building)

1142 P St, Bakersfield, CA

SUNDAY. JANUARY 26th, 2020
Sun. 10:00am TO 5:00pm

Admission is Only $10.00
Children 12 and under are Free.


Come join the fun and excitement the Bakersfield's 1st & Only Disney Fan Convention!

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Karen is a British actress, known primarily for her role as Jane Banks in Walt Disney's Mary Poppins, the feature film adaptation of the Mary Poppins book series. Dotrice was born in Guernsey to two stage actors. Her career began on stage, and expanded into film and television, including starring roles as a young girl whose beloved cat magically reappears in Disney's The Three Lives of Thomasina and with Thomasina co-star Matthew Garber as one of two children pining for their parents' attentions in Poppins. She appeared in five television programmes between 1972 and 1978, when she made her only feature film as an adult. Her life as an actress concluded with a short run as Desdemona in the 1981 pre-Broadway production of Othello.

In 1984, Karen retired from show business to focus on motherhood. She has three children from two marriages. Though she has provided commentary for various Disney projects and has resumed making public appearances, including a cameo in Mary Poppins Returns in 2018. She was named a Disney Legend in 2004.


Michael McGreevey's first major role was as young cabin boy Chip Kessler in the 1959-61 TV series Riverboat. It starred Darren McGavin as the captain of a riverboat on the Mississippi River during the 1830s.

Throughout the 1960s and early 1970s, McGreevey appeared in numerous episodes of Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color and in the Disney theatrical film trilogy: The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes (1969), Now You See Him, Now You Don't (1972), and The Strongest Man in the World (1975). Set at fictional Medfield College, these three films featured Kurt Russell as college student Dexter Riley and McGreevey as his friend Richard Schulyer. McGreevey also appeared as a different character in the Disney films Snowball Express (1972) and The Shaggy D.A. (1976).

In addition to his Disney roles, McGreevey appeared as guest star in numerous television series, such as The Virginian, Bonanza, and Route 66. He also starred opposite Sally Field, Kirk Douglas, Robert Mitchum, and Richard Widmark in the 1967 western The Way West, which was based on an A. B. Guthrie, Jr. novel. He played a young pioneer named Brownie Evans, who marries Sally Field's character.

In 1978, after studying film at UCLA, Michael McGreevey collaborated with his father, John McGreevey, on the script for the 1978 made-for-TV movie Ruby and Oswald: "In reality, the movie, although it's called Ruby and Oswald, is a three-way depiction of those four days in Dallas where we cut back and forth between the documentary footage of Kennedy and the recreated story with Ruby and Oswald. Dad and I both knew a man named Alan Landsburg, who had done a lot of documentaries. We went to him with the project first and he knew Mel Stuart, who had done an Academy Award-winning documentary called Four Days in November (1964). So, Mel was attached to direct it and we went into CBS and sold it right away as a three-hour special event movie. I was very proud of that movie; it was very well done."

McGreevey subsequently wrote episodes of TV series such as The Waltons, Quincy, M.E., and Fame. He eventually became a script editor and then creative consultant for Fame. In 1984, he received an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Writing in Children's Programming for co-writing the ABC Afterschool Special "The Celebrity and the Arcade Kid". In 2015, he co-wrote the feature-length documentary Earl Hamner Storyteller, which focused on the life and career of The Waltons creator Earl Hamner, Jr

"BOO" From Disney's MONSTERR INC.

Mary Gibbs is best known for voicing Boo in the 2001 Disney/Pixar film "Monsters, Inc".. She recently voiced Boo in Kingdom Hearts 3. She is the daughter of story artist Rob Gibbs.

Having been three years old at the time of filming for Monsters, Inc., the crew found that Gibbs was unable to sit still in the recording booth, and so they followed her around the studio with a microphone to record her dialogue. Archive recordings of her cries and screams were re-used for toddler-age Riley Andersen in Inside Out.


Rick Farmiloe has been animating childhoods for over 30 years, and is best known for breathing hilarity into iconic Disney sidekicks Scuttle, LeFou, and Abu in the beloved Academy Award-winning films The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, and Aladdin.

This American animator was first bitten by the cartooning bug at age five, while watching Walt Disney's beautifully drawn, feature-length cartoon masterpiece, Pinocchio. At age twelve, after years of creating his own cartoons for family and friends, Rick was determined to be a Disney animator. In January 1982, after only one portfolio review, he was hired by Walt Disney Productions.

During his 11 years under contract with Disney, Rick animated on seven features, which also included The Black Cauldron, The Great Mouse Detective, Oliver and Company, and The Rescuers Down Under.

Beyond his body of work for Disney, Rick's feature film credits include The Swan Princess, The Prince of Egypt, The Road to El Dorado, Shrek, Rugrats Go Wild, Curious George, The Simpsons Movie, The Boxtrolls, The Iron Giant: Signature Edition, and four Tom and Jerry direct-to-DVD films.

In 2011, Rick was an animator on two Annie Award-winning productions: Adam and Dog, which also received an Oscar nomination, and Kung Fu Panda: Secrets of the Masters. In 2015, Rick animated on yet another Annie Award winner, Coca-Cola's Man and Dog.

Rick Law is a producer, filmmaker, creative director, and illustrator who has worked in Hollywood for 3 decades, and with The Walt Disney Company for over 24 years. His work has spanned across all forms of popular entertainment media: films, TV, music, theme park, print, toys, and video games.
Over the course of his diverse career as a content creator for the mouse his artwork has appeared on the covers of Disney VHS & DVDs; he's been a story contributor; and created or developed a myriad of products for the company and it's licensees. Rick was a creative lead in the design & launch of Disney English in China, and also a consultant in the creation of the Shanghai Disney Resort. As Creative Manager for Disney Learning, his responsibilities involved creative oversight of all educational products globally, such as the first series designed for communicatively challenged children. He's been instrumental in fostering projects respective of animation and the Disney legacy including the current Walt Disney Family Museum exhibition: Awakening Beauty: The Art of Eyvind Earle.

Some of his many Disney credits include: Mickey's Once Upon a Christmas; One Hundred and One Dalmatians; The Black Cauldron; Mulan; Lion King II: Simba's Pride; The Adventures of Ichabod & Toad; Tinker Bell; Rescuers Down Under; Piglet's Big Movie; Winnie The Pooh: Springtime For Roo; Tarzan & Jane; Madeline: Lost In Paris; Air Buddies; Snow Buddies; and Space Buddies


Donald A. Towns is a fine arts painter, a background animation illustrator, and an art director with thirty-five years of animation industry experience. Looking back on his career in animation, he realized the incredible journey that he has been privileged to have. Donald was apprenticed during the creation of "The Fox and the Hound" as a background artist (uncredited). He then went on to work on Mickey's Christmas Carol, TRON, The Black Cauldron and The Great Mouse Detective. During lag time he was loan to assist Disney Imagineering to create showcase artwork for Disney World, Tokyo Disneyland, and Epcot's China Pavillion creating ancient Chinese Paintings. He still uses the stamps as part of his name brand.

He left Disney to freelance from home and to spend more time with his growing family. During that time he worked on The Chipmunk Adventure and various TV series such as Dinosaucers, Teen Wolf, Adventures in Odyssey, and various art projects. He was rehired by Disney Directors Ron Clements and John Musker to work on The Little Mermaid as Background Supervisor and Art Director. Moving to the Antelope Valley and realizing the need to have more time with his family he stepped down from Art Director and supervisor role and worked as "background artist" for the following features: The Rescuers Down Under, Beauty and the Beast and Aladdin.

A Former Disney director, Richard Rich was starting up his own company and persuaded Donald to join him as Background Supervisor and Color Stylist for his feature films The Swan Princess and The King and I. They went on to create a series of character-building movies for kids, including The Kid's Ten Commandments, Nest Family Entertainment's popular Animated Hero Classics, Animated Stories of the Old and New Testaments of the Bible, Art Direction on Apha & Omega, and background artist on several of the continued Swan Princess Series.

Adding to his skills with digital painting, Donald freelanced for several companies. He was privileged to work with the late Thomas Kinkade for the Thomas Kinkade Studio's Disney Dream Collection, as a digital concept artist.

Surrounded by pastoral views in the small mountain town of Tehachapi, California, where he lives with his wife Karen, Donald continues to share his passion for art through his fine art paintings. You can follow him on these social media platforms - Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, YouTube and Twitter. Or fine him at: imagine@donaldtownsart.com.

Keith Coogan was born Keith Eric Mitchell on January 13, 1970 in Palm Springs, California. The grandson of legendary character actor Jackie Coogan, Keith began his acting career doing TV commercials -- his first gig was as a stand-in in a McDonald's TV spot -- as well various TV shows and made-for-TV movies. Coogan did the voice of Young Tod for the charming animated Disney picture "The Fox and the Hound." His first on-screen role was the smitten Brad Anderson in the delightful teen comedy cult favorite "Adventures in Babysitting." Keith gave a very funny and engaging performance as Christina Applegate's stoner layabout brother Kenny in the equally enjoyable "Don't Tell Mom the Babysitter's Dead" and was impressive as Jonathan "Snuffy" Bradberry in "Toy Soldiers." Among the television programs Coogan has made guest appearances on are "The Love Boat," "Eight Is Enough," "Mork & Mindy," "Knight Rider," "CHiPS," "Starman," "21 Jump Street," and "Tales from the Crypt." Keith graduated from Santa Monica High School and attended Santa Monica College, where he majored in Drama and minored in English Literature. He also attended Los Angeles City College, where he majored in Java Programming. Coogan resides in Los Angeles, California and continues to act with pleasing regularity. In his spare time he runs a couple of blogs.


James C Mulligan (Celebrity/Disney Artist) Mr Mulligan's work is represented in galleries internationally, and collected by everyone from Hugh Hefner (where his work was recently featured in Mr. Hefner's lifetime estate auction) and Johnny Depp to Dick VanDyke, Richard Sherman (half of the Oscar-winning song writing duo of Mary Poppins) and Roger Daltrey. An artist with a career long relationship with the Walt Disney Company, spanning over two decades, projects include Animazement, Light Magic, Haunted Mansion Holiday, and newly revitalized classics from Walt Disney Feature Animation.

His design, fine art and gallery work includes Playboy, Coca-Cola, the Magic Castle in Hollywood, Fox, Dreamworks, Warner Brothers, the Chuck Jones Family, Marvel, DC, Lexus, and the Elvis Presley Estate (where his solo art show at the Bellagio in Las Vegas, shattered all previous records). His corporate, comic convention and artist appearances have taken him to the ends of the earth, with destinations such as Dubai, London, Kuwait, Berlin and Singapore (and every spot in between).

Also a popular social media influencer, his behind the scenes and slice of life stories have proven to be a phenomenon, with approx 200,000 pairs of eyes participating in his adventures daily across multiple platforms. When not galavanting off across the globe to ride camels or rappel down waterfalls, Mr Mulligan can be found having ice cream on his local pier with his kids, stopping to pet stranger's dogs or practicing ukulele. Social: @mulliganjimmy

Pat is one the foremost writers of Disney Comic Books worldwide. With his wife and collaborator, Carol, he has penned upwards of six hundred comedy adventures starring Mickey & Donald and their assorted pals.

The tales are written for Egmont Comic Creations, a company based in Copenhagen that publishes and distributes Disney material to more than thirty countries throughout Europe, the Middle East and Asia. Many of the stories have been reprinted in America by Gladstone Publishing, Gemstone Publishing and, most recently, IDW.

"Mickey and Donald are frequently seen as just static, iconic images," Pat says. "In the comics, they’re behaving, acting and reacting in character. I like to think we’re keeping that rodent and duck alive by putting words in their mouths and dumping them into crazy, unexpected situations!"

An Eisner Award nominee, Pat is also the author of three critically acclaimed graphic novels from DC/Vertigo: CHIAROSCURO: THE PRIVATE LIVES OF LEONARDO DA VINCI, VEILS, and I, PAPARAZZI.

Additionally, he has written scads of comic books stateside featuring such iconic characters as THE SIMPSONS, JUSTICE LEAGUE, FLASH, HAWKMAN, JUDGE DREDD, INDIANA JONES, TARZAN, SHAZAM, MARTIAN MANHUNTER and FIGHTING AMERICAN.


Chad Frye's association with Disney began almost 25 years ago when he illustrated children's books featuring Lady & the Tramp, Cinderella, Hercules, Sleeping Beauty, and Toy Story. He wrote a Donald Duck comic book story "The Kings of Chaos" in 1997, and then moved to California to work at Disney Feature Animation on Mulan. More films followed such as Tarzan, The Emperor's New Groove, Fantasia 2000, Atlantis, Treasure Planet, and Home on the Range. He later moved to a position at Disney Television Animation working on the first two seasons of the computer animated show Mickey Mouse Clubhouse where he co-designed Mickey's choo-choo train, and worked on the entire series of My Friends Tigger & Pooh that was known for introducing a little girl named Darby to the Hundred Acre Woods. Most recently, he worked on a couple of episodes of the new animated Disney Jr. show The Rocketeer that will debut this fall. In addition to working for Disney, Chad has worked as the character designer for the Lalaloopsy series that aired on Nickelodeon, and working at Warner Bros. on storyboards for the highly anticipated new Dr. Seuss Green Eggs and Ham animated series coming to Netflix in the fall of this year.

You can see more of Chad's work at www.ChadFrye.com/blog, or on Instagram @ChadFrye_IllustrationGuy.


C. Andrew Nelson is an award winning artist, actor, writer, consultant, and motivational speaker. Andrew has had many ties to The Walt Disney Company over the span of his career. He served as a visual effects artist on such Disney feature films as Enchanted and Race to Witch Mountain, and worked on the stereoscopic conversion of The Nightmare Before Christmas. Andrew has also been a consultant for Walt Disney Imagineering and the theme parks division.

Andrew spent four years as a visual effects artist at Industrial Light & Magic. His VFX credits at ILM include Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace, Galaxy Quest, Adventures of Rocky & Bullwinkle, The Perfect Storm, Jurassic Park III, The Time Machine, and Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones.
Prior to joining ILM, Andrew worked for nearly six years at LucasArts Entertainment Company where he served as a visual effects supervisor. At LucasArts he helped create and design such popular games as Dark Forces, Rebel Assault II, Full Throttle, The Dig, Jedi Knight, Curse of Monkey Island, Masters of Teras Kasi, Shadows of the Empire, Rogue Squadron, and Indiana Jones & the Infernal Machine.
In addition to his tenure with the Lucas companies, C. Andrew Nelson is a consulting VFX supervisor and animator for some of the top effects, animation, and post-production facilities in the U.S. His credits include Rocky Balboa, The Last Mimzy, Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer, Rush Hour 3, The Spiderwick Chronicles, The Kite Runner, Jumper, and Witness 11.
No stranger to academia, Andrew served from 2002 to 2004 as the Visual Effects Director for the School of Animation & Visual Effects at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco. At the university, he presided over the school's visual effects curriculum and trained the next generation of VFX artists. Andrew routinely consults for various networks, studios, and developers such as Nickelodeon, MTV, PBS, Fox, Hasbro, Electronic Arts, and others. He currently sits on the Board of Directors of the Visual Effects Society.
But Andrew is probably best known for having spent twelve years portraying the character of Darth Vader. Andrew, who began playing Vader for Lucasfilm in 1994, has portrayed the infamous dark lord in the Special Edition re-release of the original Star Wars trilogy, in the Rebel Assault II and Dark Forces games from LucasArts, as well as in commercials, television shows, print, games, and live appearances. He has managed to spend more time in the official Vader costume than any other actor.
Beyond Darth Vader, Andrew has appeared in numerous feature films, television series, commercials, and print ads. He is also a much sought after voice-over artist having lent his vocal talents to numerous games, animated films, and interactive multimedia projects.
Andrew and his wife Veronica Loud - a gifted actress, voice-over artist, singer, print model, and photographer in her own right - live in the San Francisco Bay Area with their two children.


In 2007, Theme Parkology was established with its first documentary, Disneyland 1955-1959. The disc covered the history and changes of Walt Disney's famed park through its first 5 years.
Fast forward to 2018 and theme Parkology has over 40 DVDs in 8 different categories;
The Theme Park Series - Frontier Village, Universal Studio, Disneyland 1955-1959, Disneyland 1960-1969, Disneyland 1970-1979, Disneyland 1980-1989, Disneyland 1990-1999, Fantasyland from Past to Present, Walt Disney World: The Magic Kingdom
The Land Series - Fantasyland Ride-Thru
The Attraction Series - The Jungle Cruise, The Enchanted Tiki Room, Indiana Jones Adventure, The Haunted Mansion, The Pirates of the Caribbean, The Country Bear Jamboree, Tom Sawyer Island, Rivers of America, Storybook Land Canal Boats, It's A Small World, Matterhorn Bobsled, Autopia, The Monorail, Buzz Lightyear Astro Blaster, Tower of Terror, The Phantom Manor
The Forgotten Attraction Series - The Submarine Voyage, The Mine Train Through Nature's Wonderland, Rocket to the Moon with The Flying Saucers, Carousel of Progress, The Skyway
The Dark Ride Series - Alice in Wonderland, Mr. Toad's Wild Ride, and to be released at Mouse-Con, Peter Pan's Flight
Theme Parkology Presents - The Enchanted Secrets of Disneyland, The Main Street Electrical Parade
The Character Series - Tinker Bell: The Secrets Behind the Pixie Dust, Jiminy Cricket: The Journey Through Conscience, Just Goofin' Around, Betty Boop: What A Gal
Theme Parkology Audio CD - The Haunted Mansion
Many of these documentaries feature an interview with such Disney personalities as; Margaret Kerry (original Tinker Bell reference model), Eddie Carroll (voice of Jiminy Cricket), Bill Farmer (voice of Goofy), Ron Schneider (actor and Puppeteer), Tom Nabbe (Disney Imagineer and Actor), Bob Gurr (Disney Legend and Imagineer), Rolly Crump (Disney Legend and Imagineer), Terri Hardin (Disney Imagineer/Puppeteer), Garner Holt (Audio-Animatronic Builder), Alan Coats (Disney Imagineer), Ben Colcol (Disney Imagineer).
And I just started a new Theme Parkology Magazine which focuses on the behind the scene stories within the world of Theme Parkology and features special guest contributing to various articles.

Rob Gibbs has been a story artist for Disney and Pixar, making up twenty two years of his animation career. Rob has worked on such films as Pocahontas, Monsters Inc., Toy Story 2, Finding Nemo, Cars, Wall-E and Up. At Pixar, Rob directed/co-directed thirteen shorts called Cars Toons: Mater's Tall Tales.

Most recently, Rob has been writing a screen play and illustrating his own children's books.


Jeff Baham is the founder of DoomBuggies.com and the Mousetalgia podcast. DoomBuggies.com, founded in 1997, has been credited by many inside and outside of the Disney company as the leading source of news about the Haunted Mansion attraction, and Mousetalgia has been called the best Disneyland-centric podcast by the industry-leading "Unofficial Guide to Disneyland" for nine years in a row.

"I'm a monster kid, born in the '60s, growing up in the suburbs just a quick bike ride from the dime store," Baham explains when asked why he started a Haunted Mansion website over two decades ago. "The three weeks or so of the Haunted House season - starting the day in October that the costumes, masks and make-up hit the drugstore shelves - were the highlight of each year. I can distinctly remember the gleeful aroma of a new Ben Cooper plastic Halloween mask on my face to this day. More importantly, I also always owned a copy of Disneyland Records' "The Story and Song from The Haunted Mansion." In fact, I went through a number of copies of "The Haunted Mansion," because I had a tendency to trace the pictures in the read-along book, often with the vinyl still in the gatefold."

Baham founded the Mousetalgia Podcast in 2008. Mousetalgia is a west coast-based audio show about Disneyland and Disney history, broadcasting a new episode every Monday. Alongside co-hosts Dave and Becky Breiland and Kristen Pfeifer, the group discusses the latest news at the Disneland Resort and interviews Disney legends, authors and artists each week. The podcast recently celebrated its tenth anniversary and 500th episode.

In 2014, Baham wrote "The Unauthorized Story of Walt Disney's Haunted Mansion" published by Theme Park Press, which reached the "Top Seller" ranking in the "Theme Parks" category on Amazon.com. Academy Award-winning director Guillermo del Toro (The Shape of Water, Crimson Peak) writes of the book: "Having delved into Disney lore for decades and been immersed in the Haunted Mansion world since age 3, I thought I knew pretty much everything there was to know about my favorite ride ever. I was wrong. Prepare to be enchanted, bewildered and mesmerized by this beat-by-beat account of the Haunted Mansion's creation. A haunted tour that is both scholarly and thrilling. An "E" ticket ride to the darkest, most glorious regions of Disney's imagination!" Imagineer (and original Haunted Mansion designer) Rolly Crump wrote the foreword, and Disney Legend Floyd Norman wrote the introduction. The book is available at www.doombuggies.com/book.


Unfortunatlly Ms. Kerry has to cancil due to being a presenter at the "ANNIE AWARDS" the night before, and at 91 just can't drive up from LA after this Honor. She is very sorry she must miss the show and will be sending some signed books and pictures and they will be available at Rick Law's table.

Still a teenager, Kerry played the role of "Sharon" in the first network sitcoms, The Ruggles, on ABC-TV. The show's farewell episode at the end of its three-year run featured Sharon's wedding and honeymoon. Kerry also appeared in two episodes of The Andy Griffith Show, and a 1950 episode of The Lone Ranger. A voiceover performer with twenty-one dialects and forty-eight character voices, Kerry provided voices on 52 episodes of the groundbreaking children's television show, Clutch Cargo, including characters "Paddlefoot" and "Spinner". She provided numerous voices and live-action lead-ins for The New Three Stooges and Space Angel animated series for Cambria Productions.

Work with Disney
Kerry answered an audition call during the planning stages of the animated feature film Peter Pan. The audition, supervised by animator Marc Davis, required her to pantomime the motions that would be used as live-action reference for the animation of Tinker Bell. As Tinker Bell was to be non verbal, her movements would be integral, and Davis sought a dancer that could help embody the character. Kerry won the part and spent six months at the Disney Studios on a mostly empty sound stage pantomiming the part. The studios provided props, notably a giant keyhole mounted on a stand as well as a pair of giant scissors, used in the scene where Tinker Bell became trapped in a jewelry box. Kerry also provided the voice and reference movements of the red-haired mermaid in the Neverland lagoon scene.

From 1992-2004, Kerry was a producer, writer and host of What's Up Weekly - Ministry Loves Company on KKLA-FM Los Angeles, a Christian radio station. Also serving as the station's community services director, she headed an outreach program that connected to more than 200 non-profit service agencies. Kerry is a certified seminar leader by the American Seminar Leaders Association and co-author and facilitator of the FUNdamentals of Speaking Seminars. She continues to meet fans and attends many conventions, events and seminars throughout the country. As a supporter and contributor within the animation community, Kerry served as a board member of ASIFA-Hollywood for a number of years.

In 2016, Kerry published her autobiography Tinker Bell Talks: Tales of a Pixie Dusted Life with stories and anecdotes from her life and career, and featuring 180 photos and pieces of art.



Backgrounds & Story Boards A Look At Working On Blockbuster Disney Films
Talk to actual Disney Background artists and Storyboard artists Donald Towns & Rob Gibbs as they tell you know what it's like to work on some the most beloved Disney movies.

50 Years of the Haunted Mansion
Join Jeff Baham, author of "The Unauthorized Story of Walt Disney's Haunted Mansion," on a journey through nearly a century of history that has resulted in the Haunted Mansion, the world's most famous haunted attraction. Through rare and never-before-scene photos and a compelling story, Baham will take you behind the scenes of the famous attraction and talk about the personalities responsible for its creation and the amazing magic that brings the Mansion's dead occupants to life. Baham's telling of the Haunted Mansion story has been called "enchanting and mesmerizing" by director Guillermo del Toro. Come hear for yourself, and join us in celebrating the 50th anniversary of Disneyland's Haunted Mansion.

RICK & RICK, Over 40 Years of Working For The Mouse
Hang out with Mouse-Con guests Rick Law & Rick Farmiloe as they talk about their years at Disney, their many projects and what's on the horizon for them and Disney.

A Spotlight On MICHAEL McGREEVEY Moderated by Darth Vader
Darth Vader/Disney/ILM Animator and Special Effects Specialist (and hugh Fan Boy) C. Andrew Nelson talkes with Dexter Riley's best friend... Michael McGreevey. Star of atleast 6 different Disney Classic movies. Hear about his career and what it was like working for Disney.

A Spotlight On A Real Disney Legend KAREN DOTRICE
Meet the star of Mary Poppins, The Gnome Mobile and The Three Lives Of Thomasina as she talkes about her career in movies and TV and working for Mr. Walt Disney himself. A Q/A will follow her panel, so don't miss this chance to spend time with an actual Disney Legend.

Come help cheer on the folks in Costume and have some fun in our 1st Annual Mouse-Con Costume Contest


Yup! Its official! We will be having a Disney Costume/Cosplay contest.

That's Right Fans.. Come dressed up as your favorite Disney Cartoon/Live Action Princess, Hero or Villain! As always we encourage Cosplay and Costumes... but this year we are going to Have a Prize for the best ones. All Costumes will be Judged by Our Celebrity and Artist Guests.

We will have multiple Prizes for Multiple Categories
Prizes Include...
Adult: Best Costume 1st Place $20.00
2nd Place $10.00
3rd Place $10.00 ea
Adult: Fan Favorite 1st Place $ 10.00

Children: (15 & Under) 1st Place $20.00
2nd & 3rd Place $10.00 ea
Children: Fan Favorite 1st Place $10.00

NO: Nudity or Heckling
Costumes can be home made and store bought
Extra points for creativity
Props can be used, Be respectful of others
Must registered the day of show. Sign up at the Registration.
Must be a paid attendee of the convention.
Children's category is for ages 15 and under.
Adult's category is for ages 16 and up.
Couples costumes or group costumes will be counted as one entry.

At (about) 4:00 pm, (After the Costume Contest) Come take pictures with the Fans, and EVERYONE IN COSTUME is invited to take a group "photo shoot" to be used on the MOUSE-CON website and Face Book for all to see.


Don't forget to pick up your official Mouse-Con T-Shirt. And the T-Shirt will only be $10 each ($12 for 2X and 3X)... And now, we have an Exclusive "Tote Bag" Limited to only 40 for only $5 each (Limit 1 per person). Have some fun and Support the show.

Here is a quick look at the Amazing T-Shirt design we have at the 2020 Mouse-Con Bakersfield!


There will be exhibitors/dealers from all over selling everything from Disneyland, Disneyana, Disney Toys, Disney art and Limited Editions, Movie Posters, Figurines and of course...Pins! All exhibitors will have a minimum of 50% "Classic" Disney/Disneyland/Disneyana

And MORE to Come!

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