Classic Images of Walt Disney Now Available From the Walt Disney Archives

Just in time for what would have been Walt Disney’s 114th birthday on December 5, 2015, Disney launched Photographs from the Walt Disney Archives, a new online print-on-demand photo service that allow fans to own vibrant images from Disney’s rich history, including classic images of Walt himself.

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Iconic photographs, from a young Walt circa 1932 surrounded by more than a dozen plush Mickey Mouse dolls to a shot of Sleeping Beauty Castle at Disneyland on opening day in 1955, are available for purchase in an array of sizes and formats, including photographs and canvas. Each image tells a story, including a rare behind-the-scenes photograph of musicians during the filming of the concert epic Fantasia (1940), as well as a shot of Walt and his staff with the groundbreaking multiplane camera during the 1951 filming of Alice in Wonderland.

With multiple sizes and frames to choose from, individuals can customize their orders—from an 11’’ x 14’’ print on paper or gallery–wrapped canvas ($59.00) to a 20’’ x 20’’ print in a natural or black wood frame ($150.00).

All artwork comes from the photo library operated by the Walt Disney Archives. Comprised largely of original negatives, the roughly 4 million photos rarely leave their cold storage facilities to see the light of day. As more and more digital copies have been created, the Archives is offering this special opportunity to own a print from its one-of-a-kind collection.

Photographs from the Walt Disney Archives launched December 5, 2015 at

2 thoughts on “Classic Images of Walt Disney Now Available From the Walt Disney Archives”

  1. These are fantastic. Are there any sites where you can browse the Disney archives or is that something that’s only accessible to cast members? I love looking at old photos, especially old Disney photos. I would love to check out some photos of the parks way back from when they opened and throughout the years.

  2. These are awesome and thanks for sharing the site. One of my favorites is Walt on his scaled down train I believe the one from on his property. He looks so happy.

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