Welcome to the second release of the Disney Decades Collection. The first installment of this merchandise series that celebrates the Disney100 Anniversary was based on the black-and-white simplicity of the 1920s. Today’s limited merch release, the 1930s, welcomes Snow White to the celebration and the first Mickey Mouse cartoon created in color from Walt Disney’s The Band Concert.
The fairest of all will cast a spell of enchantment over the Magic Kingdom in this happy ear headband. Sequined-covered ears and vintage Snow White storybook illustrations are combined with a deluxe bow with embroidered ”insets” plus a gem-studded apple brooch. I’m wishing for one now!
You’ll be a walking symphony of color when carrying this Loungefly mini backpack inspired by Walt Disney’s The Band Concert, the first Mickey Mouse cartoon short in color. With moveable arms, this able bandleader Mickey is able to conduct himself with style layered up in a series of simulated leather appliqués, some with a golden finish.
You’ll want to throw a barn dance or a ”whoopee” party in celebration of classic cartoon co-stars Clarabelle Cow and Horace Horsecollar–not to mention Disney’s 100th-anniversary celebration–with this set of two cloisonne pins from the golden age of animation.
MagicBand+ lets you engage with Disney moments like never before as it reacts to select park interactions with lighting effects and gesture recognition. Now you can make your trip to the parks even more special with this Limited Edition MagicBand+ that sports serious retro flair. Part of the Disney100 Decades 30s Collection, it features a design celebrating the very dashing and long-lasting couple Horace Horsecollar and Clarabelle Cow as they appeared in Walt Disney’s The Shindig.
Celebrate 100 years of Disney animation storytelling with this porcine plush trio inspired by Walt Disney’s classic Silly Symphony, The Three Little Pigs. Fiddler Pig, Fifer Pig, and Practical Pig are not afraid to seek refuge on the collectible shelf at your house, whether it’s made of sticks or bricks. Don’t blow it by missing out!
There you have it, five items to celebrate the Disney Decades’ 1930s era. Which was your favorite? Did you notice the arms on The Band Concert Backpack move like a conductor? That would definitely be my pick!
Zoë Wood is a travel writer from Sydney, Australia. Since her first visit to Disneyland at the age of 6, she has spent her years frequently visiting Disney Parks and traveling around the world.
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