5 Responses to “Minnie and Donald: Will Mickey get jealous?”

  1. Ted Nimmo

    Ted Nimmo

    Disney stuff is great, especially vintage. I have all the “silly Symphonies on dvd. I’d like to get more collectible stuff but everything I find seems really pricey, (not that it’s not worth every penny)

  2. Bob Ramsdell

    Bob Ramsdell

    One of my recent submittals, a refund check that was never cashed, was from the Wizard of Oz which my late wife framed. Another was from All Dogs Go To Heaven but it wouldn’t have looked good framed. One of my first submittals were pictures of Golden Records. Allee liked them so much I sent her one of the Christmas oriented ones and she said she was going to play it all day on Christmas. I have When You Wish on a Star, the Mad Tea Party, Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer and Santa Claus is comin’ to Town. In 1963, we went to the Ambassador Hotel to see Johnny Mathis and Mitch Miller was standing in back of me. I have several other records like this: I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus, Jingle Bells and Silent Night. All records listed were accompanied by Mitch Miller.Finally I have a 35th Anniversary Lorus wrist watch which has never been used. Let me know if you might be interested in these items. Bob Ramsdell, Albany OR bobrams@gmail.com

      • Bob Ramsdell

        Bob Ramsdell

        Allee, I checked back to what I have posted to the site for Disney stuff . Most I have posted before, but I have never posted the Rudolph record or the That Doggie in the Window record. Both have very good graphics. The latter is a Peter Pan record with Jane & Peggy with the Peter Pan Orchestra with the Doggie song and on the other side. Side two is Teddy Bears on Parade with Jack Arthur and Peter Pan Orchestra. I also have a 35th Anniversary of Disneyland wristwatch made by Lorus and is a quartz watch which has never been used. Would all three of items be put on the site. I hadn’t noticed before that the records were 78 rpm.