NEW D-Stage Figures Featuring Stitch, Alice, and Donald Duck Now Available at Walt Disney World

Dylan Kennedy Grey

d*stage figure at Walt Disney World

NEW D-Stage Figures Featuring Stitch, Alice, and Donald Duck Now Available at Walt Disney World

Dylan Kennedy Grey

d*stage figure at Walt Disney World

NEW D-Stage Figures Featuring Stitch, Alice, and Donald Duck Now Available at Walt Disney World

Three new D-Stage figures have arrived at Main Street Cinema in Magic Kingdom featuring a surfing Stitch, Alice falling down the rabbit hole, and Donald Duck sailing on The Miss Daisy.

Surfing Stitch D-Stage Figure – $34.99

D*Stage Figure of Stitch

We spotted this Stitch figurine first. In the resin Diorama Stage (D-Stage) figure, Stitch rides a wave on his surfboard. Scrump, Lilo’s doll from “Lilo and Stitch,” sits on the front of his board, arms up and enjoying the ride. The motion of the curl of the wave crests above a small beach scene with a crab, beach ball, a sandcastle, and other beach elements. The base of the figure is mounted to the title of the film; the “Disney Lilo & Stitch” logo is incorporated into the piece.

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Pleakley peeks out from the back of the wave, mouth wide as he is coasting with the motion of the ocean.

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The hidden character detail is as carefully crafted as the resin figure on the front.

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Each of the D-Stage figures comes packaged in these clear plastic clamshells, protecting the figure inside for transport and storage. The Stitch figure’s packaging is lavender and it is the 30th-numbered statue in the collection.

Alice Down the Rabbit Hole D-Stage Figure – $34.99

D-Stage Figure at DIsney World

This resin figure depicts Alice from the film “Alice in Wonderland” as she falls down the rabbit hole. Alice’s skirt balloons up, slowing her descent down into Wonderland. Behind her, Cheshire Cat appears dressed as the Queen of Hearts, holding a portrait of the queen. Alice’s upside-down reflection in the mirror behind her looks like a flat image from the film rather than a true reflection of the 3D figure.

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The entire scene is encapsulated in the frame of an open book, as if the scene is escaping the pages within. The base of the model has the movie’s logo and reads “Disney Alice in Wonderland.” The back of the book is modeled to look like the leather binding of a Disney “Alice in Wonderland” storybook, complete with gold corner protectors and gilt lettering.

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The Alice in Wonderland D-Stage figure has green packaging. This figure is the 77th-numbered figure in the series.

Donald and The Miss Daisy D-Stage Figure – $34.99

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The final piece that we spotted at Main Street Cinema features Donald Duck. In the figure, Donald stands on the bow of his sailboat, The Miss Daisy. He is pointing toward the horizon as his vessel sails straight on through the waves. Some small details are included on the boat, including life preservers hanging on the bow, rope rigging tied to the guard rails around the sides, small rivets on the metal-framed windows, and more.

Where the other two D-Stage figures have the names of their films, this piece simply says “Disney Donald Duck” at the base, as the scene is not pulled from a feature film.

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The boat’s wooden mast proudly flies a white sail emblazoned with Donald’s name in the Waltograph font. The roof of the ship looks like Donald’s hat, and the entire ship’s shape resembles the number one duck’s head. A hook on the port side of the ship has caught an old boot. At the front of the boat’s roof, a small bell completes the figure’s fanciful design.

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The Donald Duck figure’s packaging is blue, and it is the 29th-numbered statue in the series.

Are you looking forward to adding one (or all three) of these new D-Stage figures to your collection? Let us know in the comments.

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