Tuesday, August 23, 2011

D23 Expo: Exhibit Photos


For those of you who saw my post on Sunday, it included all of the Disney Studio film slate through 2014. Now, it's time to get to the really fun stuff, photos of the D23 Expo floor and the Disney Archives exhibit.  I have so many photos, so I am just going to dump the highlights here and give you some information in the captions.  I would love to hear your thoughts and comments about D23 and if you will be attending the Expo in 2013!

 Some of my favorite artwork at the Expo.  Teacups by Dave Lefner.

 Snow White's nemesis.

 Love this contemporary photo of Minnie Mouse.

 Johnny Depp's Jack Spade wardrobe from Pirates of the Caribbean.

 I'm not a Lost fan, but I know millions of you are.  Here's your token Lost photo.  

 Uncle Walt's limo!  Okay, I think this is really cool, but doesn't it kind of look like a hearse?

 D23 had an auction on Saturday night and Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum were on the auction block.

While I am not a cruise type of gal, I loved this Disney Cruise Line set piece.

 My fabulous partner in crime at D23, Amy, and I hanging in Cars Land.

 You can be Cinderella at any age! 

 For the original Tron fans, Bruce Boxleitner.

 My hot date--so hot that they had to place a sign, "Please Do Not Touch".

 It's a horrible photo, but yep, I did wear a Disney Princess crown at D23 Expo and no one batted an eye.

 The coolest aspect of D23 was the Disney Archives exhibit.

 The original Mouseketeer and Uncle Walt's favorite, Annette! 

 Back then, it was normal for kids to have a gun and bullets on their belt.  Cubby was a tiny little guy.

 Alice in Wonderland costumes. 

 One of my favorite images of D23, a set piece from Who Framed Roger Rabbit?  This movie will eternally remind me of my pal, Jamie.

 The beautiful artwork from the closing sequence of Sleeping Beauty

 This is another one of my favorite photos, the wardrobe from Tron. 

 The original Mickey Mouse watch from the 1930's when it only cost $2.95. 

Okay, raise your hand, who had this phone in the 80's?  


1 comment:

  1. Ellesees.blogspot.comAugust 23, 2011 at 8:56 AM

    I totally had that phone! Enjoying the photos!

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