Disney Club

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Disney Club
Country of originItaly
Original network Rai 1
Rai 2
Original release1991 (1991) 
2006 (2006)

Disney Club is the name of many television shows associated to Disney productions aired mostly in Europe and the Americas during the 1990s and early 2000s (decade).





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  1. "A turma do Disney Cruj já é adulta e você está mais velho do que pensava" [The Disney Cruj gang is grown up and you're older than you thought] (in Portuguese).
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