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   Haunted Mansion Stretching Room Wallpaper

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"Is this room actually stretching?  Or is it just you imagination?"  Those words are printed indelibly into the imaginations of Disneyland fans.  If you believe ghosts attach themselves to things, then think twice before buying this piece of Disneyland's Haunted Mansion!  It's a genuine piece of Haunted Mansion stretching portrait gallery wallpaper.  Originally part of the collection of Disney Imagineering Graphic Communications Director Ken Kerr, this 3" x 1" (approximate size) piece is leftover from a rehab of the attraction and is now attached to our Certificate of Authenticity.  An affordable way to own your little piece of Disneyland's Haunted Mansion!   Each piece varies slightly.  Please note that the checkout system will charge $8.95 shipping but we will refund $5.00 on this lightweight item for U.S. shipments.  Item  # 6800, $24.95
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 Disneyland Mickey's Halloween Party Sign
 
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An authentic Disneyland-used sign!  Shaped like a tombstone, Mickey is ready for trick or treating on this fanciful sign used to designate candy handout locations during one of Disneyland's most popular events.  Similar (but different) signs are shown in the two photos of Disneyland above.  This impressive sign measures 27" X 20 and is constructed of aluminum laminated with plastic.  This spooky piece of Disneyland would make a great Halloween decoration.  Item # 6875, $179
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 Disneyland Mickey's Halloween Party Sign
 
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An authentic Disneyland-used sign!  Shaped like a tombstone, Mickey is ready for trick or treating on this fanciful sign used to designate candy handout locations during one of Disneyland's most popular events.  Sign reads "More Treat Stations straight ahead!  Please stay to your right.  Thank you."  Similar (but different) signs are shown in the two photos of Disneyland above.  This impressive sign measures 27" X 20 and is constructed of aluminum laminated with plastic.  This spooky piece of Disneyland would make a great Halloween decoration.  Item # 6874, $179
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 Disneyland / Disney World Genie Character Prototype Head
-From the Collection of a Disney Senior Designer!

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A rare Disneyland "backstage" item-- this is full size mockup was created during the process of designing the Disneyland and Walt Disney World costumed character of the Genie from "Aladdin."  Constructed of vacu-form plastic, soft foam beard, screen eyes and foam ears, this mockup was a crucial phase in the development of the Alladin Genie walkaround character costume in the early 1990's.  This is a full size prototype, large enough to fit an adult castmember's head.  It is comprised of two pieces, the upper head and jaw (the jaw is shown in the photo above with tape holding it in place).  This rare piece has been in the private collection of
Disney Senior Costume Designer Alyja Kalinich for almost two decades. 

On staff at the Disney parks for 20 years, Kalinich designed costumes for Disney park characters, show and parade costumes, and cast member costumes.  Kalinich is commemorated with a window on Main Street at WDW (under her maiden name Alyja Paskevicius).  You can find an interview of her by Disney historian Scott Wolf HERE .  This rare prototype Disney costumed character head gives a special glimpse into the creative process of designing a Disney theme park character.  Includes the Phil Sears Collectibles Lifetime Guarantee of Authenticity.  Item # 6683, $1295
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1960's Electric Disneyland Monorail Train by Schuco
Tested and Guaranteed to Run!

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The finest Disneyland toy ever produced! Beginning in 1961 the Schuco company manufactured this precision-made electric monorail train to the
highest German standards. Almost 15" long, these ELEVATED trains were produced for only a few short years and then production  closed forever. The finely crafted train was expensive by 1960ís standards and few could afford them. Not the cheap battery-operated "kids" monorails produced by Disney recently, but 18 volt DC powered electric train sets with variable speed in forward and reverse, with metal trim (just the way Imagineer Bob Gurr designed the full size originals)!  A transformer was not included with these sets (!) but the trains will run from any standard American 12 to 20 volt electric train transformer.  

The train has been tested and is guaranteed to run!  

This set is in superior condition with a great running trainPaint on the train in very fine and the tracks and pylons are in near-new condition-- it even has the original Schuco wires. There are a couple of dents in the styrofoam packaging. The box is very strong with some edge wear. Includes the 24 page German manual and maintenance sheet that came with this set.  We have included photocopies of English instructions plus our own tip sheet for setting up your Schuco Monorail and making it run like a charm.  An amazing Disneyland model train set, still ready to ride the rails after 50 years!  If you are looking for a fantastic looking set, look no further!  Item # 6818, $995
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Walt Disney's Disneyland Badge #1 Limited Edition from the Disney Archives

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This replica was created by the Walt Disney Archives and sold at the D23 convention.  Only 1955 were made to honor the year of Disneyland's opening when this style badge was in use. The inside of the box reads:  "Walt Disney's Disneyland Badge #1.  In the early years of Disneyland, hosts and hostesses were issued badges inscribed with their employee numbers. It wasn't until 1962 that their names were inscribed on the name tags, starting a tradition that continues in all Disney theme parks to this day.  The Walt Disney Archives us proud to present this faithful reproduction of the original brass Disneyland employee badge.  Recently discovered in the Walt Disney Archives among Roy O. Disney's personal files, this "badge #1" was assigned to Walt Disney, who proudly showed it to Disneyland Ambassador Julie Reihm and audiences in the Disneyland 10th Anniversary Show."  In good condition in original box.  Item # 5656, $199

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Disney Studio Menu from Walt Disney's Dining Room

Above:  Walt Disney in the Disney Studio Restaurant.
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The Coral Room was the VIP dining room at the Disney Studio in Burbank, California.  It is in the Coral Room that-- if luck were in your corner-- you would find Walt Disney eating and entertaining important guests.  This rare Coral Room menu is from 1962, and considering the relatively small and exclusive clientele of this executive dining room, Walt Disney might well have used this menu on one or more occasions.  This large format menu (approximately 12.5" X 9') features Mickey on the front and Donald, Goofy, Pluto, Lady, Tramp, Chip and Dale, and Jiminy Cricket inside.  A steak lunch was just $1.50.  Menu is in very fine condition.  Menu is code dated in the lower right inside corner May 1962.  A rare Disney Studio memento from Walt Disney's era.  Item # 6885, $299
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Cinderella's Golden Carousel Sign 
 

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A real piece of the Magic Kingdom!  A substantial and impressive sign on a heavy wood board shaped like a royal crest.  One of Walt Disney World's original 1971 attractions, the ride was know as Cinderella's Golden Carrousel until June 2010 when the name was changed to the Prince Charming Regal Carrousel to better fit with the plans for New Fantasyland.  Weighing almost 6 pounds and measuring approximately 18" x 30", this royal item from Fantasyland would look great on any wall.  Overall good condition, with signs of wear consistent with outdoor use at the Magic Kingdom and subsequent storage.  Item # 6389, $499
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Imagineer Bob Gurr Autographed Monorail-Matterhorn Poster Print

Bob Gurr at Phil Sears's home

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The man Walt Disney tasked to build Disneyland's Alweg Monorail, Main Street's vintage vehicles, Autopia cars that wouldn't break down, design the Matterhorn Bobsled track and help build Abraham Lincoln!  The list goes on, including Walt Disney World attractions.  Bob Gurr came to my home and personally autographed this 12" X 8" photographic print of the iconic Monorail rounding Matterhorn Mountain.  Includes the Phil Sears Collectibles Lifetime Guarantee of Authenticity.  Please note that the checkout system will charge $8.95 shipping but we will refund $5 for U.S. shipments on this lightweight item.  Item #  6860, $49.95
 
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An Extremely Early Employment Contract for one of Disney's First
and Most Important Employees-- Signed by Roy O. Disney in 1931

Jack Cutting (top right) with Walt Disney, 1929

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An extremely early-date Walt Disney Studio document signed by Roy O. Disney and Disney artist and executive Jack Cutting, who was among Walt Disney's earliest employees.  Jack Cutting started with Walt Disney in 1929 and stayed for almost 50 years.  In this 1931 Employment Contract, Disney agrees to pay Cutting $45/week, eventually going up to $65, for a six day week.  Cutting must pay Disney $20/week for each week worked if Cutting leaves Disney before the end of the contract.  Walt Disney, being stung by having his Oswald the Lucky Rabbit animators hired away by Charles Mintz, is not making that mistake twice.  In addition to the penalty for quitting, paragraph 28 states "that the second party (Cutting) shall not engage or become interested in any other business, calling, or profession or enterprise  which is or may be contrary to the welfare, interest, or benefit of the first party (Disney)."  The following paragraph also bans Cutting from engaging in similar work for one year after leaving the company.  Walt wasn't about to spend months or years training his artists only to have them jump ship. 

Joining Disney in 1929, Jack Cutting was one of Disney's original artists and pioneers in synchronizing sound and picture.  Later Cutting became the studio's first assistant director. In 1938, Cutting made his directorial debut with Farmyard Symphony.  The following year, he received an Academy Award for directing The Ugly Duckling.  He traveled to South America with Walt Disney as part of the famous WWII goodwill trip.  Then Cutting became Disney's top European executive, overseeing the translating and dubbing of all Disney films worldwide.  he spent almost 5 decades with Disney.   

This rare early Disney Hyperion Studio document is signed TWICE by Roy O. Disney and Jack Cutting.  Also signed by Delores Voght, Walt Disney's longtime secretary.  Measures approximately 12" X 8.5".  9 pages, typed carbon, with original signatures. In very fine condition.  Includes the Phil Sears Collectibles Lifetime Guarantee of Authenticity.  Item  # 6674, $1995
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An Actual Piece of Walt Disney's First Hollywood Workshop

When Walt Disney came to Hollywood in 1923, he roomed at his uncle Robert's house at 4406 Kingswell Avenue.  He built an animation stand in his uncle's garage, and worked on an animated reel of cartoon jokes which he tried to sell to the Pantages Theater Company.  The garage-turned-studio (pictured on page 36 of THE ART OF WALT DISNEY by Christopher Finch) was sold in 1982 and moved to the Garden Grove Historical Society, and his been on permanent display there for the past thirty years, just a few miles from Disneyland.  Leading the team that purchased and moved the garage was Disney employee and fan Arthur Adler.  When the garage was moved, Adler saved the small pieces of wood that splintered off the garage during dismantling.  These pieces, which were too small to be used in the restoration of the garage, are now available for sale to Walt Disney fans who appreciate the significance of having a little bit of Walt's first Hollywood workshop/studio as part of their personal collection.  The wood itself measures approximately 1" in length.  Each piece, being original, will vary of course.  Also included is 15 page package of documentation prepared by Adler, detailing the history of Walt Disney's garage studio and it's metamorphosis from Walt's garage studio to museum piece.  Includes our Lifetime Guarantee of Authenticity Certificate.  Item # 6000, $39.95

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Walt Disney's Daughter Called Phil Sears' Museum Contribution
"One of the Most Valuable Things Our Museum Can Offer to Our Visitors."

The late Diane Disney Miller left a lasting legacy with-- among other achievements-- The Walt Disney Family Museum.  Phil Sears is honored that a Walt Disney letter from his collection is a star exhibit at the Walt Disney Family Museum.  Diane Disney Miller said:

"This is such an important letter, and to be able to display the original, in my dad's hand, is, to me, one of the most valuable things our museum can offer to our visitors.  When I first discovered this letter I was so touched by it .. the very young Walt, practically penniless, living with his uncle and working out of his uncle's garage, but presenting himself as an established producer offering an opportunity to Mrs. Davis' little daughter.  I'm certain that the absurdity of his situation never occurred to him, just the possibilities that it presented.  He had confidence in his own ability, and had just persuaded his brother Roy to join with him.  This was the beginning of something wonderful."

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Above:  Former Disney Studio chief Ron Miller and Diane Disney Miller give Phil Sears a tour of the Disney Family Museum while still under construction in 2008.

 

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