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Tag Archives: retro
The honor of the final t-shirt in the retro attraction poster tee series goes to Snow White’s Adventures. The screen art replicates the classic Fantasyland Snow White Adventures attraction poster. The original artwork for the poster was done by Letecia … Continue reading
Sometimes the merchandise Disney creates is a home run and it flies off the shelf as fast as Disney can stock it and sometimes it just fails to move. Take a look at this recently released collection of Magic Kingdom … Continue reading
Two great designs are featured as part of this week’s exclusive Disney Parks Authentic parks limited availability attraction poster t-shirt collection. The Jingle Cruise is a new tradition at Disneyland and the Magic Kingdom. It debuted last season and has … Continue reading
Guests at Magic Kingdom could once step aboard the submarine Nautilus and relive Captain Nemo’s adventures through liquid space in the 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea attraction. Guests at Disneyland were treated to the 1959 classic Submarine Voyage which featured … Continue reading