LEGO Ideas Disney Mickey Mouse 21317 Steamboat Willie unveiled

The LEGO Group has revealed the latest LEGO Ideas set featuring Mickey Mouse and created in collaboration with Disney21317 Steamboat Willie.

Tasking the product idea from Máté “szabomate90” Szabó as a starting point, the LEGO design team has paid homage to the original Disney Mickey Mouse short in 21317 Steamboat Willie. The new LEGO Ideas set is officially unveiled today for the first time.

Using 751 pieces, including special printed elements, the set that is inspired by the black and white Steamboat Willie short will be released on April 1. The set will be available exclusively at

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Here is an official product description, set images and a 360 degree turnaround:

All aboard Steamboat Willie to celebrate Mickey Mouse’s birthday!

Disney Mickey Mouse fans will love this LEGO Ideas 21317 Steamboat Willie building toy marking the 90th anniversary of the most famous cartoon character ever. Mickey Mouse made his screen debut in a 1928 black-and-white animated short film called ‘Steamboat Willie’, which was also the first Disney film to have synchronized sound. This LEGO brick version of the S.S. Willie features steam pipes that move up and down and paddle wheels that rotate when the boat is pushed along. The boat’s bridge has room for a minifigure and play-inspiring nautical details such as the ship’s wheel, life buoy and buildable bell. On deck there is a working crane to lift the ‘potato bin’ cargo aboard and this unique toy building set comes with new-for-April-2019 Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse minifigures, each with special silver-colored decoration, plus a parrot figure. An ideal LEGO set for kids and adults to recreate scenes from the original Mickey Mouse cartoon or simply build and display this striking monochrome model.

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