Monday, July 28, 2014

Sleeping Beauty Explained

Sleeping Beauty Explained
July 28, 2014

8 figure blind box mystery set designed by Disney Store artist Gerald Mendez. Sleeping Beauty is a 1959 American animated musical fantasy film produced by Walt Disney and based on Little Briar Rose by The Brothers Grimm, and The Sleeping Beauty by Charles Perrault.

Updated 7/28/14 Chaser and Variant revealed
Blue Dress Variant photo by Vinylmation Exchange member Chris Seesselberg

Chaser photo by Vinylmation Exchange Member Chris Scanlan


Mary Costa

I love the ears and the crown. The design here, as with most of this set, is clean and simple... a departure from normal Disney Store sets. It looks like classic animation.

Prince Phillip
Bill Shirley

Beautiful colors and great ears once again. This Phillip seems a more pleasing design than the Animation series version.

Flora, Fauna and Merryweather
Verna Felton, Barbara Jo Allen and Barbara Luuddy

A trio of juniors in a single blind box never gets old. Perfect use of this technique. 

Maleficent Dragon

Nice design and it will be great to have a really good 3" version of the dragon. The wings and neck extension are spectacular.

Eleanor Audley

This is the best 3" version of Maleficent. Quincy's Villain is great, but the face is crowded by the collar and the horns blend into the ears. RoE is just bad. And Masks doesn't have to stick to the platform. This version is so well proportioned.


Great! Love his facial expression. Perfect use of ears. 

Dallas McKennon

This is my favorite figure in this entire set. What a creative way to depict the owl on this platform that doesn't waste space on the canvas!

Briar Rose

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