Tag Archives: Donald Duck

Walt Disney Film Strip Lantern

Today’s collectible has somehow traveled all the way from England, and from the past, to the present. This Walt Disney Film Strip Lantern, or ‘projector’ as they would later be called, likely dates from the early to mid 1940s. I’ve … Continue reading

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Vintage Disney Metal Target Game by Lido

Lido Toy Corporation was an American based toy maker that began operations in 1947. It was started by the brothers Seymour and Effrem Arenstein. It could be the same Lido that made this vintage Disney metal target game as it … Continue reading

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The Mickey Mouse Club Saludos Amigos Puzzle

We’re throwing way back to the vintage age of Disney and a simpler time of fun and music in Latin America courtesy of this wonderful Saludos Amigos puzzle by Jaymar. It’s colourful. It’s dynamic. It looks like a lot of … Continue reading

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Foodie Friday: Vintage Donald Duck Cola Bottle

General Beverages Inc. of Chattanooga, Tennessee, was licensed by Disney to make Donald Duck Cola from 1952 to 1955. Vintage Donald Duck Cola bottles aren’t especially rare but they can fetch up to $20.00 US for just one or up … Continue reading

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Walt Disney Characters Disneyland PARKER Puzzle

Vintage puzzles are amazing! The artwork and design on the boxes are usually enough to get me to buy them, let alone what is to be found inside. But this Walt Disney Characters Disneyland puzzle by PARKER will not be … Continue reading

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Mattel Donald Duck Talking Airplane Toy

“You know it’s Mattel, because it’s swell!” I bet it’s been a long time since you heard that during a toy commercial! But it does describe this Donald Duck talking airplane toy, for sure. I picked this up at a … Continue reading

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Funko Soda Figure Donald Duck (3 Caballeros)

It was 1944 and time for another live-action animated musical package-film produced by Walt Disney. This one was the 7th animated feature film to come out of the studio. The film stars Donald Duck, his old friend José Carioca from Saludos Amigos, and a very loud pistol-packing rooster named Panchito Pistoles. … Continue reading

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Vintage Disney Circus Square Glass Ceiling Light Shade

Always look up. That has always been good advice as you never know what might be coming down! But for the Disney collector, sometimes we look up to find yet another treasure, like this vintage Disney Circus square glass ceiling … Continue reading

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GAF View-Master Education Theatre Projector

The 1970s were a great time to be a kid! GAF had us all covered with View-Master products that we used to see our favorite characters and places around the world. With licensing from Disney and other famous IPs, there … Continue reading

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Walt Disney’s ‘The Rule of Three’ Technique

“I am not influenced by the techniques or fashions of any other motion-picture company.” – Walt Disney So just what is ‘The Rule of Three’ technique? If you revisit the old cartoons of the Walt Disney Company, you’ll find that … Continue reading

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