Room For One More Explained

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Room For One More is an event celebrating the 40th anniversary of Walt Disney World’s Haunted Mansion. It will be held on September 30th at the Contemporary Resort. Tickets sold for $285 per person. The event will include a recreation of the Haunted Mansion cemetery inside the Contemporary Resort, a Mansion’s Feast with appearances by “restless spirits,” a Ghost Gallery that will feature first edition keepsakes up for a bid in a silent auction, meet-and-greets with world-renowned artists including Robert Olszewski, Jim Shore, and Greg McCullough among others, a panel with Walt Disney Imagineers and more. Registration has ended, but there is an impressive catalog of Vinylmation available at the event. We also do know that artist Noah will be on hand at the event. He has a few custom Vinylmation he produced for this event. Check out Noah’s and all the event Vinylmation below.

Update: 9/27/11 Artist Javier Soto has added a custom to the event. The bidding starts at $999. Take a look: (pictures from Disney)

Upate: 9/23/11 It was a long wait, but we finally have a peak at Miss Mindy’s 9/9 combo for this event:

Update: 9/18/11 Sketch art of Monty’s Grave Keeper was added below. We also added a picture of the back of the Ear Hat. Also, please check out this link for details about Noah’s participation in this event and other WDW events around the same time.

Update: 9/2/11 Here is a look at Noah’s 9″ for the event:

Update: 8/27/11 The Ear Hat that depicts the stretching room DOES stretch!!! Amazing:


The portraits pull out of a sleeve to reveal the full length stretching portraits.

3″ Gargoyle

This figure is part of a 3″ Vinylmation, Ear Hat and Pin combo (see below). The set is designed by Monty Maldovan and Quynh Kimball.

Retail: $99.95
LE 500

The Gargoyle look great! But the arms are kind of awkward because we are missing the elbows. I wonder what the profile looks like. On the back is event logo.

Ear Hat

This Ear Hat comes with the above 3″ Vinylmation and the pin below. The design of the hat really captures the colors, wallpaper and furniture inside the Haunted Mansion.

Gravestone Pin

We finally get a peak at the pin that will be packaged with the above Ear Hat and Vinylmation. It depicts a gravestone with the gravekeeper’s dog. The stone reads “The Haunted Mansion 40th Anniversary.”

Ear Hat Box

All of the above will be packaged in this. If I get nothing else, I will take the box! The hat box shows the 3″ Vinylmation, Ear Hat and Pin against the backdrop of the stretching room. It also has a great looking Haunted Mansion logo on the lid.


Quynh Kimball
Retail: TBA
LE 1

This one of a kind just has a rough concept sketch released so far.

9″ Bride
(packaged with Groom below)

Miss Mindy
Retail: TBA
LE 1

This is part of a 2 piece 9″ Bride and Groom set. Like many Room For One More items, it glows with a black light.

9″ Groom
(packaged with Bride above)
Miss Mindy
Retail: TBA
LE 1
This is part of a 2 piece 9″ Bride and Groom set. Wow, talk about a stand for your vinyls! This piece as a whole is something we have never seen before.
9″ Custom on Stand

Retail: $650
LE 13

13 makes good sense. If it’s Noah, you know it will be amazing. $650 is a bit pricier than his normal LEs.

3″ Custom
Retail: $150
LE 13
Noah’s second Room For One More exclusive piece.
9″ Caretaker & 3″ Dog

Monty Maldovan
Retail: $1000
LE 1

I’m a bit disapointed here. I really wanted to see this combo for mass retail… I called it on an earlier podcast. But seeing it here as an LE 1 makes me think we will not be seeing it mass produced with the Haunted Mansion series. As expensive as this combo is, the mixed media creation must look spectacular.

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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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