New DisneyStore.com arrivals and sales for August 7, 2012
Below is a list of new items and sales now available for purchase at DisneyStore.com. Clicking on a product’s image or description will launch the product’s page on DisneyStore.com in another window.
Note that this list is generated and posted automatically. Stitch Kingdom should not be held responsible for any inaccuracies, misinformation or item availability.
|”Mickey’s Dairy Farm” Donald Duck Play Set – $29.50
Wak! Donald Duck milks his luck for all it’s worth with a job at Mickey’s Dairy Farm. Disney’s funtime farm equipment set includes cow, barn with milking machine, wheeled cart and three milk cans, plus farmer Donald play figure to quack kids up!
|Classic Cinderella Journal – $14.50
Keep your innermost hopes, dreams and wishes in our Classic Cinderella Journal. Art from the original 1950 movie poster for Walt Disney’s beloved animated feature adorns this lovely notebook diary to inspire the expression of your heart’s desire.
|POP! E.V.E. Vinyl Figure by Funko – $12.50
The hovering robot with a heart of green lands smack in the middle of your collection with our POP! E.V.E. Vinyl Figure by Funko. Evaluate all the POP! vinyl figures by Funko for an otherwordly angle on your favorite Disney/Pixar characters.
|Singing Jasmine Doll — 17” H – $29.50
Take the hand of our Singing Jasmine Doll and Lea Salonga, the original voice from the film, sings A Whole New World. Jasmine wears her signature outfit, which sparkles with glitter and is accented with multi-faceted jewels and matching headband.
|Minnie Mouse Toy Camera – $7.50
Creative kids will catch the shutter-bug with our Minnie Mouse Toy Camera. Press the shutter on this molded play camera to activate flash and hear Minnie utter different phrases, including, ”Say ‘Cheese!”’
|POP! Mayor Vinyl Figure by Funko – $12.50
The multifaced manager of Halloween Town needs your vote to get a pop at the polls by adding our POP! Mayor Vinyl Figure by Funko to your collection. Find all the POP! figures by Funko for a truly contemporary angle on your favorite Disney characters.
|Singing Mulan Doll — 17” H – $29.50
Bring honor to the ancestors with this lovely Mulan doll that really sings! Touch her hand to hear Reflection from Disney’s animated classic. Beautiful as a blossom, Mulan is dressed in a glittering satin kimono.
|Pre-Order Limited Edition Cinderella Doll: 18” – $99.50
Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo! The Fairy Godmother has worked her magic on the stunning dress featured with this Limited Edition Cinderella Doll. The bodice is encrusted with sparkling rhinestones and her hair is beautifully styled and accented with jewels!
|Classic Cinderella Notecard Set – $14.50
Send your most heartfelt wishes to family and friends with our Classic Cinderella Notecards. This set of 20 cards features five different designs and comes with envelopes and sticker sheets in an elegant lift-top box with magnetic closure.
|Singing Sleeping Beauty Doll — 17” – $29.50
Hold her hand and our Singing Sleeping Beauty Doll sings Once Upon a Dream from the film. Aurora dazzles in her glittering pink gown with petal overskirt, white collar, and gold tiara.
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Disney Store today began launching its Cinderella Premiere Collection in honor of the diamond edition Cinderella blu-ray being released later this year. The showpiece of the collection, as has become recent tradition, is the gorgeous Limited Edition Cinderella doll, which is now available for pre-order to own on October 2, 2012.
Limited to just 5,000 dolls, the Cinderella doll includes a certificate of authenticity and features a satin bodice covered with rhinestones, full peplum with layers of tulle and organza detailed with rhinestones, ebony bead choker, opera gloves dotted with silver rhinestones and a glittering headband with hair clip. For more information or to pre-order the doll, click here.
While Disney Store has listed several more items (mostly ones we have previously shared having found at Disney Store Times Square some weeks ago), we had the opportunity earlier this year at a Disney Holiday Preview event sponsored by Disney Consumer Products to view a much larger portion of the collection including several pieces that have yet to be released.
In addition to fashion tees inspired by Cinderella and Prince Charming, as well as jewelry from Disney Couture, the collection will include a lobby card inspired-art on several items including a tote and change purse. In addition, as part of its 25th Anniversary, Disney Store will be releasing a very limited edition (just 250 pieces worldwide) replica of Cinderella’s glass slipper. Details on how the slipper will be sold are not yet available, but you’ll no doubt want to keep an eye out for it.
For girls, Disney Store will be releasing its coveted limited edition dress. The special edition dress which is known for often selling out quickly features a musical element via a charm necklace that plays ‘A Dream is a Wish Your Heart Makes.’ Disney Store will also be re-issuing its Cinderella doll from the Animator’s Collection, this time complete with two dresses and accessories which include some animal friends. The bad news is that at this time, Cinderella is the only one to be getting the re-issue with the accessories, but the good news is Disney Store has designed respective sets for all of the princesses in the collection so they may end up producing and releasing them if this set is successful.
Also featured are very elegant tea service and place setting sets from Macy’s, inspired by Cinderella.
Below is a video recap of some of the collection from the special preview event.
Earlier this week, Disney Consumer Products held its annual holiday preview showcase in which it presents many of the new and exciting products that will be released during the fall and holiday seasons. While we hope to present to you just some of the great things you can expect to find on the shelves at Disney Store and other popular retailers later this year, we’d like to start of slow by focusing on a few specific collections, starting with toys inspired by Wreck-It Ralph which opens on November 2, 2012.
Perhaps known best to Disney fans as one of the few original licensees of Pixar’s Toy Story, Thinkway Toys presents talking figures for both Wreck-It Ralph (voiced by John C. Reilly) and Vanellope Von Schweetz (voiced by Sarah Silverman). Ralph, which you can see being demo’d by Keith in the video below, features two buttons that control his arms. When pressed individually, Ralph is in Friendly Mode and speaks friendly phrases, while pressing both buttons simultaneously puts him in Wrecking Mode and he speaks accordingly. Not quite as physical, the Vanellope figure includes peppermint candy hair extensions and a hairbrush. Both figures include over 30 sayings each in their original movie voices, will be available in October and will retail for $44.99.
Also featured in the video are a prototype of the Wreck-It Ralph hands which recite lines from the film upon mild impact.
The rest of the shown collection consists namely of plush: Fix-It Felix Jr (voiced by Jack McBrayer), an 8-bit rendition of Wreck-It Ralph and many of the secondary characters from Vanellope’s world of ‘Sugar Rush:’ Adorabeezle Winterpop, Candle Head, Crumbelina Dicamello, Fluggerbutter, Gloyd Orangeboar, Jubileena, Minty Zaki, Snowanna Rainbeau, Swizzle ‘The-Swizz’ Malarkey and Taffyta Muttonfudge.
Below is a gallery of our photos from the event along with some photos courtesy of Disney Consumer Products. Click on any of the thumbnails to see a larger version.
As a follow-up to its too-successful-for-its-own-good Designer Princess collection, Disney Store today unveiled its new collection, Disney Designer Villains. Ursula from The Little Mermaid, the Evil Queen from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Mother Gothel from Tangled, Cruella de Vil from 101 Dalmatians and Queen of Hearts from Alice in Wonderland are presented in the collection. And, of course, no collection of Disney’s most heartless of the heartless without Maleficent from Sleeping Beauty.
According to the Disney Parks official blog, the dolls will be available beginning in September. Each doll will retail for $79.50 and be limited to an edition size of 13,000. As with the Disney Designer Princess collection, there will be an opportunity online on August 20 for a limited number of collection pre-orders, guaranteeing the complete set.
Those of you who follow us on Twitter know that we have been teasing a new collection from Disney Store, and yes, this is the one. We are pleased to announce that we will be previewing the entire collection as well as other new items from Disney Store this holiday season in just a couple of days, so if you have any questions, please feel free to tweet us or leave them in the comments below and we’ll see what we can do.
At the 109th Annual International Toy Fair in New York City, Tonner Doll Company debuted all new dolls for 2012 including these prototypes for TRON Legacy and Avatar. Tonner had previously released a Kevin Flynn figure based on the original TRON from 1982 and now they take on the sequel. Included in the collection are Quorra (Olivia Wilde), Sam Flynn (Garrett Hedlund) and Gem (Beau Garrett).
Although it’s only loosely connected to Disney by way of the upcoming Avatarland at Disney’s Animal Kingdom, also on display were prototypes were dolls of Jake and Neytiri from James Cameron’s Avatar. The dolls measure approximately an impressive 22″ in height and feature all new sculpts created specifically for these dolls which are expected to be produced at a very low number.
Please note that all of the dolls pictured above are in pre-production and are still awaiting final approval. The designs may in fact change by the time the dolls are produced.
Finally, you may have noticed a blurry, partial Captain Jack Sparrow in some of the images. Tonner is producing an Angelica (Penelope Cruz) and Jack Sparrow (Johnny Depp) from Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides which, along with several Marvel characters, are already available for pre-order on their official website.
Just ahead of Toy Fair which begins this weekend, Mattel has unveiled its new collection of Disney Sparkling Princess collection. Featuring Ariel, Aurora, Belle, Cinderella, Jasmine, Show White and Tiana, the beloved princesses characters sparkle in updated versions of their signature gowns. Each Disney Princess is outfitted in a beautiful, jewel-toned dress featuring glittery details, ruffle accents, and a matching tiara.
The Disney Sparkling Princess dolls will be available in stores in March and will retail for $10.99 each.
Below is a gallery of hi-res images of the dolls. Click on any of the thumbnails to expand to its larger size. When the resize icon appears, click it to view the image in its full, original size (or press the F key).
Images courtesy Mattel
Via its official Facebook page, Disney Store has previewed its next limited edition doll, Rapunzel in her wedding dress from the short Tangled Ever After which recently premiered in theaters alongside Beauty and the Beast 3D.
The doll will be released in-store and online on March 28 and is limited to an edition size of 8,000 pieces. Pre-orders are set to begin on February 21. The doll will retail for $99.50.
For more information and photos, including a close-up of Rapunzel’s face, visit Disney Store on Facebook.
Wondering what to get the Barbie / ‘Dancing with the Stars’ fan in your life this holiday season? Look no further as FAO Schwarz just may have the answer. Keeping in tradition with offering the most exotic and unique experiences in the world of toys, FAO is offering up three prototype Barbie ‘Dancing with the Stars’ dolls from Mattel.
Each retail for $1500 and come complete with tickets to a taping of a performance of the show in Los Angeles (airfare not included). Available at the time of press are: the elegant Waltz doll featuring a gown with a strapless pink bodice that is trimmed with diamonds; the Paso Doble doll, dressed in a bodice and red satin and black lace skirt that has hoops that link the skirt to Barbie’s hand for a dramatic, sweeping effect; and the Samba featuring an orange two-piece costume with a short, open skirt that is accented with yellow feathers and pink and orange organza.
If your wallet is still feeling a bit heavy after picking up the dolls, the Bonzini Babyfoot Barbie Foosball Table (only 10 made worldwide) is still available at a pittance of $25,000.
In response to backlash stemming from frustrations trying to purchase the limited edition Disney Princess Designer dolls online, Disney Store has announced a new release policy via its Facebook page. The new release policy replaces the one doll per week, online and in-store simultaneous release.
Last week, Disney Store President Jim Fielding took to the Disney Store’s official blog, The Buzz, to announce that changes in the sale were being discussed due to difficulties encountered by guests wishing to purchase the dolls. Fueled in large part by those wishing to make a significant profit by selling on eBay, the Mulan and Snow White dolls sold out quickly (less than an hour in Show White’s case) after going on sale at around 3:30 am ET. Along with those that were able to secure their purchase, many encountered shopping issues due to server overload as well as false sales, as the system was confirming purchases for inventory that did not exist. As a result, many that believed their purchases to go through were told their purchases had been canceled via email, although that email didn’t show up until the following day for many, preventing them from having the opportunity to try their luck in-store.
As a result, Disney Store will be releasing all five remaining princess dolls (Jasmine, Aurora/Sleeping Beauty, Tiana, Rapunzel and Pocahontas) at once at Disney Store locations on October 17, 2011. There will be a purchase limitation of one of each doll per person and stores will offer a line-up queue and distribute tickets to guarantee purchases. On October 18, 2011 at 12 pm ET/9 am ET, DisneyStore.com will sell its inventory of the dolls with the same purchase limits as in-store.
It appears that those eager to catch a glimpse of the new ‘Disney Princess Designer Doll Collection’ won’t have to wait until Disney D23 Expo after all. The dolls, which re-imagine all ten Disney princesses as runway fashion models, were scheduled to be unveiled at the Expo next weekend with one princess per week being released at Disney Store locations beginning on Monday, August 22.
The picture quality doesn’t appear to be that great, but considering they probably weren’t taken with consent, one has to forgive that just a little.
The dolls will retail for $59.50 each and attendees at the Disney D23 Expo will have the special opportunity to pre-purchase the set for $595.00, to be shipped at a later date. As part of the worldwide debut at D23, the dolls will be given to the honorees at the Legends of Disney Awards ceremony on Friday, Aug. 19, where the extraordinary actresses whose voices brought to life many modern-day Disney Princesses including Jodi Benson (Ariel from The Little Mermaid), Paige O’Hara (Belle from Beauty and the Beast), Lea Salonga (singing voices of Jasmine from Aladdin and Mulan from Mulan), Linda Larkin (speaking voice of Jasmine from Aladdin), and Anika Noni Rose (Princess Tiana from The Princess and the Frog) will be named and honored.