As the Walt Disney Company celebrates its 100th anniversary, every few weeks it releases a different Decades Collection.
This week’s new merchandise celebrates Disney films and characters from the 1960s. Similar to the 30s collection with Clarabelle Cow and Horace Horsecollar, the 40s collection starring Pinocchio, and the 50s collection featuring Cinderella, this assortment celebrates Disney properties such as One Hundred and One Dalmatians (1961), The Sword in the Stone (1963), The Jungle Book (1967), Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day (1968), and Walt Disney’s Wonderful World of Color (1961-1969).
101 Dalmatians Loungefly Mini Backpack
Inspired by the iconic Disney feature, the front of this loungefly mini backpack shows Roger, Anita, Pongo, Perdita, Nanny Cook, and all the Dalmatian puppies, as depicted in the film’s finale. It is made with simulated leather and has adjustable shoulder straps, side slip pockets, and a double-zipper main compartment. The rug and armchair on the backpack also have liftable flaps that reveal more Dalmatian puppies.
Merlin and Mad Madam Mim Plushes
Featuring Merlin and Mad Madam Mim from Disney’s The Sword in the Stone (1963), this pair of plushes depicts the pair as a mouse and dragon, respectively. Highlighting the wizard’s battle climax of the film, each plush is made with soft polyester and has embroidered features.
Jungle Book Mouse Ears
The Jungle Book (1967) is the last animated feature that Walt Disney contributed as a producer. The classic movie comes to life Minnie-style on a mouse ear headband. The front of the ears displays King Louis and Baloo, while the backs show Shere Khan and Kaa. The fabric ears have embroidered accents and a burlap bow.
Heffalumps and Woozles Magicband+
This limited edition Magicband has a unique Heffalumps and Woozles design. The imagery hunny-thieves shown along the wristband are inspired by Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day (1968).
World of Color Pin
Throughout the 1960s, Walt Disney presented The World of Color. This pin features Ludwig Von Drake (Donald Duck’s uncle), who, in the first episode of the show, explained the principles of color before Disney began to broadcast fully colorized shows and movies.
These limited-time items are available at shopDisney.com or in theme parks. Disney is expected to release their 1970s Decade Collection on July 17.