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Movie Characters
Walt Disney Movie and Cartoon Characters

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Disney Movie Collectibles - Huey, Dewey, Louie Acrtion Figures
Disney30 $20.00

DuckTales 3"H Huey, Dewey & Louie Action Figures
Limited Edition 2019 Spring Convention Exclusive
Series 2 by Funko

Condition: Mint in Box
Disney Movie Collectibles - Malificent Pocket POP! Keychain
Disney31 $6.50

Malificent Pocket POP! Keychain
by Funko

Condition: Mint in Box
Disney Movie Collectibles - Dumbo POP! Vinyl
Disney29 $12.00

Dumbo POP! Vinyl Figure
by Funko

Condition: Mint in Box
Disney Movie Collectibles - Lady and the Tramp - Lady Plush
Disney27 $18.00

14"H Lady Plush
Super Soft & Cuddly

Condition: Brand New with Tags
Disney Movie Collectibles - Lady and the Tramp - Tramp Plush
Disney28 $18.00

16"H Tramp Plush
Super Soft & Cuddly

Condition: Brand New with Tags
Disney Movie Collectibles - Lady and the Tramp - Tramp Beanie
Disney21 $12.00

7"H Tramp Beanbag Character
From Walt Disney's "Lady and the Tramp"
The Disney Store

Condition: Mint with Tag
Disney Movie Collectibles - Frozen Olaf VinylFigure
Disney26 $12.00

3 3/4"H OLAF POP! Vinyl Figure
From Disney's "Frozen"

2014 Funko

Condition: Mint in Box
Walt Disney Movie Collectibles - Cinderella Jaq Mouse Beanie
Disney18 $10.00

7 1/2"H Jaq Mouse Bean Bag

The Disney Store

Condition: Mint with Tag
Walt Disney Movie Collectibles - Cinderella Gus Mouse Beanie
Disney25 $10.00

7"H Gus Mouse Bean Bag

The Disney Store

Condition: Mint with Tag
Disney Movie Collectibles - Bambi Beanie
Disney20 $10.00

7"H Bambi Beanbag Character
The Disney Store

Condition: Mint with Tag
Walt Disney Movie Collectibles - Bambi's Thumper Bunny Plush Beanie
Disney5 $10.00

8"H Thumper Beanbag Character
From "Bambi"

The Disney Store

Condition: Mint with Tag
Walt Disney Movie Collectibles - Bambi Flower Beanie
Disney6 $10.00

Bambi's Flower Beanbag Character

Condition: Excellent
Walt Disney Movie Collectibles - Cinderella Clock
Disney1 $18.00

10"H Cinderella Clock with Musical Alarm

Condition: Excellent
Walt Disney Movie Collectibles - Brer Fox Beanbag Soung of the South
Disney17 $12.00

9"H Brer Fox Bean Bag Character
From "Song of the South"

Condition: Mint with Tags
Disney Movie Collectibles - Brer Rabbit Beanie
Disney22 $12.00

Brer Rabbit Beanbag Character
9"H (11 1/2" with Ears)
From Walt Disney's "Song of the South"
Walt Disney World

Condition: Mint with Tag
Walt Disney Movie Collectibles - Tale Spin Figures
Walt Disney Movie Collectibles - Tale Spin Figures
Disney10 $16.00 / set of 6

Tale Spin Figures in Metal Planes with 2 Under 3 Toys
1990 McDonalds

Condition: Mint in Packages
Walt Disney Movie Collectibles - Jungle Book Candy Dispensers - Baloo, Bagheera, King Louie, Mowgli
Jungle Book Candy Dispensers

Disney12 King Louie $5.00
Disney13 Baloo $5.00
Disney14 Mowgli $5.00
Disney15 Bagheera $5.00

1997 McDonalds

Condition: Excellent
Walt Disney Movie Collectibles - Bambi Figures
Disney8 $3.00

3 1/2"H Bambi Posable Figure

Condition: Excellent
Space Collectibles - Black Hole Record and Book
Disney11 SOLD OUT!

The Black Hole
24 Page Read Along Book and
33 1/3 RPM Record
1979 Walt Disney Productions

Condition: Very Good
Record has a few scratches
Disney Movie Collectibles - Alladin and Hercules Vinyl Figures
$3.00 each

Disney23 Aladdin 5 1/2"H Vinyl Figure
Disney24 Hercules 5 1/2"H Vinyl Figure

Condition: Brand New
Walt Disney Productions began production of their first feature-length animated film in 1934. Taking three years to complete, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, premiered in December 1937 and became the highest-grossing film of that time by 1939. In the 1940s, Disney began experimenting with full-length live-action films, with the introduction of hybrid live action-animated films such as The Reluctant Dragon (1941) and Song of the South (1946). That same decade, the studio began producing nature documentaries with the release of Seal Island (1948), the first of the True-Life Adventures series and a subsequent Academy Award winner for Best Live-Action Short Film. Walt Disney Productions had its first fully live-action film in 1950 with the release of Treasure Island, considered by Disney to be the official conception for what would eventually evolve into the modern-day Walt Disney Pictures. By 1953, the company ended their agreements with such third-party distributors as RKO Radio Pictures and United Artists and formed their own distribution company, Buena Vista Distribution. Disney Productions purchased in 1959 the Golden Oak Ranch for feature films and television series productions complimenting its main Burbank studio
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