Thursday, January 19, 2012

Walt Disney Classics Collection Announces 'Sold Out' Update!



The Walt Disney Classics Collection announced yesterday (01-18-12) the following Sold Out and/or Suspended items.

The following sculptures are sold out and being Production Year Limited, will not return to the line:

Huey, Louie & Dewey (with Christmas Tree):  Holiday Helpers from Mickey’s Christmas Carol.  

Sculpted by Ruben Procopio, Limited to Production Year 2010.

The Christmas Tree is plussed with pewter and miniature ornaments.


This sculpture is sold out and being Production Year Limited, will not return to the line.


Nanny Cook & Lucky:  “Look, Here’s Lucky!” from 101 Dalmatians.  

Sculpted by Patrick Romandy-Simmons, Limited to Production Year 2007.

This sculpture is sold out and being Production Year Limited, will not return to the line.

Jack Skellington’s House:  Surreal Estate from Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas.  Limited to Production Year 2011.

Jack Skellington's House, designed by Larry Nikolai and reminiscent of the Enchanted Places. comes complete with real lights that flicker inside the windows!

This sculpture is sold out and being Production Year Limited, will not return to the line.
Lady and the Tramp Opening Title Plaque.  This item is Sold Out & Suspended (with no immediate plans to re-order for a year or more).

Please contact your authorized dealer and/or the Disney Theme Parks for availability.

2 comments:

Herc said...

Thanks Don. Surprised Jack's House wasn't gone faster, but still a Halloween release to now. That's fast.

I so hope for more titles to films. I know they are not that cost effective but they just look so nice. More and more are being retired.

I can always hope.

Glad to see yet another Mickey's Christmas Carol piece sell out especially since this one came out in February.

On to the 20th year of the collection. I am super stoked for what new pieces will come our way. Whatever they are. Recently, each and every piece has been a winner in my eyes.

Duckman said...

Hey Jeff,

You're Welcome! Glad to see the Mickey's Christmas Carol pieces doing so well. Nephews & Tree displayed with Scrooge (in Window) with Daisy made such a nice display this holiday season, we hated to pack it away.

Funny you mention Opening Titles. Matthew & I were having a discussion earlier this week on how we miss the Opening Titles and the # of films and shorts, we still need them for. I'd really like to have seen them done one for Hawaiian Holiday, Princess and the Frog, Pete's Dragon and The Adventures of Ichabod Crane and Mr. Toad to name a few.

I too am looking forward to the next announcement. Hard to believe it's been 20 years and given the age of the line, we're still treated year after year with some really great releases!