Alice in Wonderland - 1951

Alice in Wonderland - 1951

Walt Disney loved Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and its sequel Through the Looking-Glass since he was a boy. He once said of the books, “No story in English literature has intrigued me more,” and he took inspiration from them for a long time. Walt founded his career and his studio on the Alice Comedies, 57 short films in which a live-action child interacted with animated characters in cartoon worlds. In a famous 1936 cartoon, Mickey Mouse’s dream self leaps through a looking-glass and interacts with talking phones and dancing gloves. However, his 1951 feature-length adaptation is the greatest of them all. Alice in Wonderland remains one of Disney’s most beloved animated films. Perhaps the most curious aspect of the movie is that the studio was able to pull it off at all.

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Dumbo – The 4th Disney Movie

Dumbo – The 4th Disney Movie

After losing so much money on the first few movies, Disney had to seriously scale back the budgets for their newest projects. However, they didn’t scale back their ambitions. Walt and the animators wanted to make something that pushed the envelope without breaking the bank. Their solution was Dumbo, as colorful and magical as their previous movies … while only being 64 minutes long. Walt Disney's fourth film is only barely feature-length, but underestimating it for this is like underestimating the main character for his ears. 

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Fantasia – The 3rd Disney Movie

Fantasia – The 3rd Disney Movie

We all know Walt Disney as the humble, fatherly showman who gave us great movies, music, and theme parks – not to mention the great gifts they inspired. But sometimes, people forget that he was also a pioneering artist whose vision went beyond many from his time. The best example from his movies is Fantasia, the 1940 masterpiece that elevated animation from children’s entertainment to a genuine art form.
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It's the Most Magical Time of the Year

It's the Most Magical Time of the Year

Christmas is an undeniably special time for many people around the world. Whether it's because of the quality family time, the presents, the unforgettable memories, or the overall festive and happy atmosphere, Christmas is often the most beloved of the holidays. Of course, one of the main ways to spread Christmas cheer is by decorating, whether you decide to go all-out or to keep it subtle. And if you love both Christmas and Disney, you're extra lucky because that means your Christmas decorations can be twice as magical!


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Exclusive Disney Wreaths for the Holidays!

Exclusive Disney Wreaths for the Holidays!

Are you looking for something really special to add to your Disney collection? Your WDW Store is proud to introduce you to Wreaths by Ashley, created especially for our customers by Ashley Medeiros, a gifted designer who truly feels the Disney magic!

Wreaths by Ashley are fun and whimsical in the way only Disney can be. See more today!

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Toy Story Bad Guys

Toy Story Bad Guys

Pixar's Toy Story brought about a new era in Disney's films, and not just because it was the first full-length CGI animation. Toy Story introduced us to characters we would continue to love (or hate) for decades and introduced us to an unforgettable story of rivalry, friendship, and adventure.

Kids and adults of all ages have fallen in love with our heroes Woody, Buzz Lightyear, Rex, Slinky Dog, Jessie, and the others. But the Toy Story series also has some unique and compelling villains that are likewise unforgettable! And that's who we're going to put the spotlight on today: the antagonists.

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The Toy Story Saga

The Toy Story Saga

Toy Story has taken the world by storm since the first movie came out in 1995 and let us in on one of the biggest secrets ever: toys are actually alive! This is something we all knew when we were kids, although there was no way we could prove it, and the Toy Story movies rekindled the imaginations of kids and adults everywhere by letting us in on the adventures toys can have when we're not watching. 

All the Toy Story films set box office records and were big hits with both fans and critics, which tells you a lot about just how deeply the series resonates with everyone. In June 2019, Disney Pixar is going to let loose the barrel of monkeys with the fourth installment to the Toy Story saga. In the meantime, check out our Disney theme park-exclusive Toy Story merchandise to fill out your collection, and don't forget to keep an eye on our newest arrivals when release day hits!
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Toy Story Land is Finally Here!

Toy Story Land is Finally Here!

On June 30, we finally said hello to a much-anticipated new attraction at Disney's Hollywood Studios at Walt Disney World in Florida: Toy Story Land! 
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Scar and the Hyenas

Scar and the Hyenas

What would heroes be without villains? They'd be boring, because they wouldn't have any challenges to face! But villains are more than just cookie-cutter enemies meant to oppose the hero. They're interesting characters in their own right, with stories and motivations of their own. That's why we focus on them with our Disney Villain Spotlight!

This time, we're discussing an evil schemer who would do anything to be King, and his army of slavering hyena minions: Scar, from The Lion King. Scar is deeply jealous of his older brother Mufasa, King of the Pride Lands, and when Mufasa's son Simba is born, Scar plots to get rid of them both so he can take the throne.


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Simba, Timon, and Pumbaa

Simba, Timon, and Pumbaa

Disney Character Spotlight

Welcome to Your WDW Store's Disney Character Spotlight! In this edition, we're going to discuss one of Disney's wildest heroes: Simba, a lion cub destined to be King of the Pride Lands, and his friends Timon and Pumbaa, a self-centered yet loyal meerkat and a gassy yet steadfast warthog. 

Simba and friends made their debut in Disney's 1994 blockbuster The Lion King, and also appeared in the sequel The Lion King II: Simba's Pride, The Lion King 1½, the Timon & Pumbaa TV series, and more.

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Winnie the Pooh and Friends Return This Summer with Christopher Robin

Winnie the Pooh and Friends Return This Summer with Christopher Robin

Since 1926, generations of children have enjoyed A.A. Milne's beloved stories of Winnie the Pooh, a small yellow teddy bear who lives with his friends in the Hundred Acre Wood: Piglet, Tigger, Eeyore, Kanga and Roo, Rabbit, and Owl, all but the last two of which are living stuffed toys. Their wisest friend, despite being a child, is Christopher Robin, a young boy who accompanies the characters on many of their adventures (and who was based on A.A. Milne's own son).

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Captain Hook

Captain Hook

In this edition of Your WDW Store's Disney Villain Spotlight, we're focusing on one of the most dreaded (and yet undeniably popular) pirates ever to sail the seas between here and Neverland. That's right: Captain Hook!

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