Tuesday, August 5, 2014
Saturday, May 24, 2014
Lightning McQueen is a hotshot rookie race car, poised to become the youngest car ever to win the Piston Cup Championship. He has just two things on his mind: winning and the perks that come with it. It’s everything he’s dreamed of ... but that’s about to change. When McQueen gets lost in the forgotten town of Radiator Springs, he’s introduced to a group of new friends that challenge him to reconsider the car he wants to be.
- #95 sponsored by Rust-eze Mediated Bumper Ointment
- Top speed: 200 mph, 0-60 in 4.5 seconds
- Favorite expression: “Ka-chow!”
- He considers his silver lightning bolt his lucky sticker
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Sally is a beautiful 2000 Porsche 911 from California who grew tired of life in the fast lane and made a new start in the small town of Radiator Springs. Charming, intelligent and witty, she is the town attorney and the car most dedicated to preserving and reviving the town with the hopes that one day it will “get back on the map”.
- Owner of the Cozy Cone Motel in Radiator Springs
- Sports a pin-striped tattoo
- Her nickname for McQueen is “Stickers
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Doc Hudson is a 1951 Hudson Hornet, a seemingly quiet country doctor who runs the local “medical clinic’ (mechanic shop) in Radiator Springs. Though he’s a car of few words, Doc is respected and admired by the townsfolk for the way he looks out for their health and tends to their aches and pains. Doc ends up teaching McQueen lessons he can apply both on and off the track.
- Doc is not only the town doctor, but also the town judge
- He has a few surprises under his hood
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Master is a good ol’ boy with a big heart and the only tow truck in Radiator Springs. Mater runs Tow-Mates (should read Tow-Maters) Towing and Salvage and manages the local impound lot. Through (maybe another error? should be though) a little rusty, he has the quickest towrope in Carburetor County and is always the first to lend a helping hand. Mater sees the bright side of any situation and is the first to befriend McQueen.
- Lightning McQueen’s best friend
- Self-proclaimed “World’s Best Backwards Driver”
- His lifelong dream is to ride in a helicopter
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From the manufacturers of ‘The Incredibles’ and ‘Finding Nemo’
in Cinemas June 8
All four postcards are unused and from 2006.
Thursday, May 8, 2014
“Twas Brillig” 4 3/4” (in porcelain)
This beautifully detailed animation sculpture of the Cheshire Cat from Alice in Wonderland is the Walt Disney Collectors Society’s 1994 membership gift. A $75.00 value, he’s yours free with your one-year membership of US 55.00 / CN $76.00.
This advertising postcard is unused and from 1994.
To An Exciting Animal Kingdom Safari!
“Everyone Runs from Shere Khan” 4-3/4” (in porcelain)
Classics Collection from
Shere Khan from Walt Disney’s The Jungle Book is available Exclusively For One Day Only!
Free Exclusive Shere Khan lithograph with purchase.
This advertising postcard is unused and from 1998.
Thursday, April 10, 2014
Nestled on the banks of the mighty Sassagoula River, Disney’s Dixie Landings Resort recalls the days of the Old South, a time of gracious hospitality and charm.
Majestic oak trees draped with Spanish moss, stately mansions, and quaint Cajun country dwellings surround this lively complex of dining, shopping, and outdoor activities.
October 29th, 1994
From 10 am - 6:30 pm
All American Collectibles cordially invites you to meet Legendary Disney Animators Bill Justice (creator of Chip and Dale and animator on Snow White, Pinnochio, Fantasia, etc. and Milt Neil (animator on Snow White, Dumbo, Fantasia and many more).
We are also proud to have on display some of the rarest vintage animation cels know to exist from the collection of Mike Glad. Mr. Glad, perhaps the world’s foremost private collector, will also have at this special even artwork from Snow White depicting all stages of the animation process, from the rough drawings to the final production artwork.
The artwork on the front of this advertising postcard is of the Seven Dwarfs off to work in the mines. It doesn’t mention who the artist was.
Walt Disney Classics
The world of nature was portrayed in this story of a deer’s life from birth to maturity. Taken from Felix Salten’s Bambi, A Life in the Woods, the picture blends richly painted forest scenes with animated cartoon creatures. The infant Bambi learned about his neighbors from Thumper, the rabbit. “Bird,” Bambi said when a butterfly settled on his tail. “Flower!” Bambi exclaimed when he saw a little skunk. And the name stuck. Bambi, Thumper, and Flower became good friends and all grew up together in the great forest.
The Walt Disney Company