New ‘Plane Crazy’ Mickey Mouse Dooney & Bourke Collection (Featuring an Incorrect Walt Disney Quote) Now Available at Magic Kingdom

The new Mickey Mouse Dooney & Bourke collection inspired by the first-ever Mickey cartoon, “Plane Crazy,” is now available at Uptown Jewelers in Magic Kingdom.

“Plane Crazy” Dooney & Bourke Collection

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The four bags are white with red handles and detailing. A golden Dooney & Bourke plaque is on the front of each.

Mickey Mouse Dooney & Bourke Crossbody – $248

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General Mickey Mouse art and iconography adorn each bag; there’s Mickey’s name, his logo, and a stylized version of his house as it appears in Mickey’s Toontown at Disneyland, among other illustrations. The bags also take direct inspiration from “Plane Crazy,” the 1928 short film directed by Walt Disney and Ub Iweks that was the first Mickey Mouse cartoon ever animated (though it wasn’t the first to be released — that distinction belongs to “Steamboat Willie”).

The shoddy plane that Mickey flies in “Plane Crazy” is depicted on the bags; in the cartoon, Mickey can barely get the aircraft off the ground before crashing it into a tree, which is also part of this line’s artwork. The plane is shown flying a banner that reads “It All Started With A Mouse,” a popular misquote of the Walt Disney quote “I only hope that we never lose sight of one thing: that it was all started by a mouse.”

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Minnie Mouse also makes an appearance on the bags, and her depiction is lifted directly from “Plane Crazy.” In the short, Minnie joins Mickey on his flight, choosing to leave the plane after Mickey proves to be a poor pilot. Minnie uses her clothing as a parachute as she slowly falls to the ground; Mickey, on the other hand, crashes into another tree.

Sketches of Mickey fill the bags’ negative space alongside drawings of lightning bolts, clouds, and arrows.

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The interior lining is solid red.

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The crossbody includes an adjustable strap and has a small zip pocket on the outside.

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The three large bags also have a red leather tag debossed with “Disney” on one side.

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Mickey and Minnie are pictured on the other side.

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Mickey Mouse Dooney & Bourke Handbag – $298

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This larger handbag is rounded with two handles on the top around the main zip-up pocket.

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A small zip-up pocket is on the outside.

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Mickey Mouse Dooney & Bourke Wristlet Wallet – $188

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The wallet is the perfect size to use as a clutch or to put in a purse.

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It has a red detachable wrist strap.

Mickey Mouse Dooney & Bourke Tote – $268

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The tote has two shoulder straps.

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It has one exterior pocket.

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Like the other bags, the main pocket zips up.

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This collection will likely be released at Disneyland Resort and online at shopDisney, too.

Dooney & Bourke Bags

D100 Platinum Celebration collection by Dooney & Bourke

Dooney & Bourke is a luxury fashion brand that Disney frequently collaborates with. The brand recently released its “D100 Platinum Celebration” line celebrating Disney’s 100th anniversary. The collection includes handbags of various styles and sizes and features iconic Disney characters from its century-spanning library.

The brand has also released bags inspired by specific Disney films. “The Lion King” and “Bambi” collections released in June of this year. The “Plane Crazy” collection is not the first time that Dooney & Bourke has drawn inspiration from class Mickey cartoons for its products; bags featuring imagery from the 1930 short film “The Picnic” were released in April.

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