Opening title sequence for Disney + ‘s Chip’ n ‘Dale: Park Life Revealed

Disney + has released the opening title sequence for its new animated series titled Chip ‘n’ Dale: Park Life, featuring the return of the mischievous chipmunk brothers, created by Bill Justice in 1943. The series is slated to launch new episodes every week starting July 28, exclusively on Disney +.

The 34-second video, which you can watch in the player, teases the vibrant and colorful animation style of the upcoming show, unlike previous versions of Chip ‘n’ Dale. It also gives a look at other classic Disney characters that are expected to appear, including Pluto and Butch.

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Chip ‘n’ Dale: Park Life focuses on two little troublemakers, Chip and Dale, trying to live the good life in a large city park while having giant, dizzying adventures. The disturbingly nervous Chip and the laid-back dreamer Dale make the perfect couple: they are best friends and they drive each other crazy. In their never-ending quest for acorns, these ultimate underdogs are joined by Pluto, Butch, and other iconic Disney characters as they take on bullies big and small.

Filled with humorous comedies, wacky adventures and heartfelt storytelling, the animated series will consist of 12 episodes, each consisting of three seven-minute stories. He comes from Xilam Animation, executive producer Marc du Pontavice and director Jean Cayrol as director, with Vincent Artaud as the series composer.

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Interestingly, this is not the only one Chip ‘n’ Dale project that Disney is currently working on as they are in the process of producing a hybrid live-action / CGI film adaptation of Chip ‘N’ Dale: Save the Rangers, which is still slated for a spring 2022 release. The next one will feature the voices of Saturday Night Live alumni Andy Samberg and Mulaney as the titular duo. Production is currently underway.

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