This black-and-white print has been hand-signed by Disney Legend Kathryn Beaumont, who provided the voice of the female leads in two of Walt Disney's classic animated features: Alice in Alice in Wonderland (1951) and Wendy in Peter Pan (1953).
Joe Hale joined the Walt Disney Studios in 1951, as part of their animator training program. For more than three decades, he worked as an animator and layout artist on such films as Lady and the Tramp, Sleeping Beauty, Mary Poppins, Pete's Dragon, and produced 1985's The Black Cauldron. He also contributed to Academy-Award-winning shorts, It's Tough to Be a Bird and Toot, … Continue reading Joe Hale Signature Card (2017)
Special commemorative edition LIFE Magazine, released in celebration of Mickey Mouse's 90th birthday (November 18, 1928).
This Mr. Incredible print has been hand-signed by Craig T. Nelson, voice of Mr. Incredible in both the Academy-Award-winning The Incredibles (2004) and its Oscar-nominated sequel Incredibles 2 (2018).
Press kit preceding the release of A Goofy Movie. The film is a spin-off of the animated series Goof Troop and represents the classic Disney character's feature-film debut. Contents include folder, photos, and informational booklet.
This boxed edition of first-issue Disney Comics from June 1990 was limited to 10,000 units and features the following releases: Donald Duck Adventures, DuckTales, Chip 'N' Dale Rescue Rangers, Roger Rabbit, Mickey Mouse Adventures, and Goofy Adventures.
The company Christmas card has been a tradition since 1930 when Mickey Mouse graced the first iteration. Pictured here is the 1981 version, issued by President Ron Miller (Walt Disney's son-in-law) and featuring a cast of Disney favorites including the stars of that year's animated-feature release The Fox and the Hound.
The rabbit that birthed a Mouse...
This was an early test print of the mass-produced lithographs that would later be sent out by the studio in response to Snow White fan mail. This test print (done on drawing paper, complete with ink drops, rather than the later card stock, and minus the production stamp) was personally gifted to Disney cousin Rilla Hussey of Ellis, Kansas, by Walt himself.
Hyperion Pictures production drawing and cel from The Brave Little Toaster to the Rescue, the 1997 follow-up to the award-winning film from a decade earlier.