Florida Project: Disney Parks Classics

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$12.95. 8 figure set. Open window. Out Feb 2012.

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Nick LoCicero

Nick LoCicero has almost 20 years experience in the media industry. He has worked on numerous Disney related media projects, most know at WDWNT for WDW News Tonight. He has been visiting Walt Disney World since 1982. After moving to Orlando in the late 90's he became a passholder, developed a fascination with the history of the vacation kingdom and has spent way too much money on park merchandise.


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  • Maybe it’s me, but I’m failing to see what is “Classic” about these. Except for the autographs figure. But the rest of them?

    • I think the rainbow has something to do with Epcot? Well thats what I would associate with that vinyl, Figments Rainbow, Outside Universe of Energy, The Epcot logo itself or it could be one design used for the disney logo. The pink one is of Cinderella’s Carousel in Magic Kingdom. Next to that is the typical items would wear around a park/purchase from the park. Plus the mixmatch vinyl underneath is of another Disney logo design, which was highly used as merchandise a couple of years ago. Ying Yang mickey is also another merchandise design they’ve used, the pins spring to mind. I’m not sure but I remember seeing serviettes and food containers having the mickey glove, shorts and shoes design, I could be totally wrong though. But yes I’ve seen alot of disney merchandise with that design as well… I’ve brought two keyrings for friends with the same design.

      Now to answer your question, no I don’t why they’ve called it DisneyParks Classic, because not many of the vinyls brings express Disney Parks and neither classic.

      That said I like the majority of them, rainbow, autograph, mickey clothes and ying yang I would buy. Maybe mix match disney, depends on how well the Disney logo part of the design is printed.

  • Another TRAGEDY with these figures on the new mold…. the “Mickey shapes” figure would have gone so nicely in my kitchen to match my “Mickey shape” dishes!!

  • Disney sales a “gay pride” pin that has the same rainbow scheme. (I don’t mean that as a negative. It’s just what I saw when I saw the vinyl.

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