Thursday, February 9, 2012

More from the Winter 2012 Releases Arriving at Retailers!

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The second of the Winter 2012 releases from the Walt Disney Classics Collection has started to arrive at retailers this week!

"Isn't it Lovely? Do You Like It" (Cinderella), sculpted by Dusty Horner is a Numbered Limited Edition (NLE) of 1,500 and plussed with pewter legs. 

This latest release from Disney’s Cinderella, is an appropriate release with 2012 marking the 20th Aniversary of the Walt Disney Classics Collection. 

The collection is made up of key moments and characters telling the story through 3D sculptures.  The upcoming  release of Cinderella  (”Isn’t it Lovely? Do you like it?”) continues the story beginning with one of the first Walt Disney Classics releases from Cinderella, “A Lovely Dress for Cinderelly” a Numbered Limted Edition release of 5,000 released in October, 1992.

In February 2005, the sequence continued when Cinderella actually received the Dress.  “Oh, Thank You So Much”, sculpted by Rafaello Vecchione, was released as an Open Edition release, suspended in May, 2010. 

We see the sequence continue in Winter, 2012 with the Numbered Limited Edition release of 1,500 sculpted by Dusty Horner where Cinderella proudly wears the dress made by her animal friends Jaq, Gus, Suzy, Perla and the rest of her birds and mice friends.

For those keeping track of production marks, Cinderella bears the 2011 production mark, the Umbrella honoring Disney's Mary Poppins (1964).

Please contact your authorized Walt Disney Classics Collection Dealer for availability.


Bob said...

We received our Cindy on Thursday. Very, very well done.
I think the moment was captured perfectly!!!!!

Duckman said...

Hi Bob,

Thanks very much for the review! I know many who can't see in person, really appreciate feedback from those who have received them.

It really is a great piece!

Herc said...

This one is stunning. Her expression is priceless. Love it.
I received a few days ago. Large base also.

I'm guessing that the next one we should see would be Cinderella in the torn up dress. That would be amazing to complete the pink dress progression.

I'm partial of the fairy Godmother sitting on the bench with Cinderella on the ground crying in her lap. But that's just me.

Great job Dusty. Keep up the great Cinderella work.