Celebrate 100 Years of Wonder with Walt Disney Presents Collectible Plush Characters

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If you’re wondering what to get for that special Disney person in your life, Amazon may just have the answer, with this collection of Walt Disney Presents collectible plush figures celebrating 100 years of The Walt Disney Company. This collection celebrates the classic television program with popular characters in some of their most memorable appearances, and is exclusive to Amazon.

Walt Disney Presents Plush Characters

While the collection celebrates four different shorts, each is packaged in a vintage-style 13-inch television box, with the boxes creating a diorama using the plush characters. While the full price is displayed, some discounts are being offered by Amazon. Click the headings to see the Amazon page.

‘The Skeleton Dance’ – $49.99

This 1929 Silly Symphony animated short, “The Skeleton Dance,” was produced and directed by Walt Disney and animated by Disney Legend Ub Iwerks.

This diorama is intended to be displayed within the television box, and contains three silly skeletons in a spooky graveyard.

‘Hawaiian Holiday’ – $49.99

Goofy lounges on a surfboard in this diorama, celebrating the 1937 animated short. This beloved story has the entire Fab 5 on vacation in Hawaii, and of course, Goofy ends up having trouble surfing the waves.

He seems to be enjoying himself here, lying down on the board while catching a wave with Hawaiian scenery in the background.

‘Crazy Over Daisy’ – $49.99

This 1950 short features Donald Duck, Daisy, Mickey, Minnie, Chip ‘n’ Dale, and Goofy.

Chip ‘n’ Dale tease Donald, causing him to wreck his penny-farthing bicycle.

‘Wonderful World of Color’ – $49.99

Wonderful World of Color debuted in 1961 on NBC, looking to make use of NBC’s pioneering broadcasts in full color. Tinker Bell welcomed guests each week, and here she can be seen with a castle and fireworks as a bright and colorful backdrop.

We will keep our eyes peeled for more gifts as we head into the holiday season.

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