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“Robin Hood” Merch

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Oo-de-lally, oo-de-lally, golly what a day! Or year, in this case, for Robin Hood merchandises are finally making rounds in 2017.

Robin Hood is undoubtedly one of Disney’s most underrated films. A fine treasure that not many of today’s generation have watched besides me and a select few. Released in 1973, this classic envisions the tale of Robin Hood and his merry men with an all-star cast of animals as these iconic characters, giving the story a unique, whimsical flair while still capturing the essence of the original plot – stealing from the rich and giving back to the poor – and also the well-known setting of Nottingham, which is greatly animated, including the divine-looking woodland of Sherwood Forest. Robin Hood is a foxy hero, Little John makes a fun yet smart sidekick, Maid Marian is lovely and a kind soul, Prince John is ‘the phony king of England’, and Lady Kluck entertains me. This movie easily makes my Top 5 Disney list, and I’m more than thrilled that its merchandises are starting to be released.

Let’s take a look at all the merry things available!

SOUNDTRACK

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For the first time ever, the official Robin Hood soundtrack has been added to the Disney Legacy soundtrack collection and is now available to get on Amazon, the Disney Music store and other retailers.

The music of Robin Hood adds cinematic nuances to the film, and in a non-Disney fashion, stays true to the folky roots of the legend by keeping every musical number raw and country-ish with a deep storytelling focus. “Love” is one of the best love themes to have ever been penned (and should’ve been as well-known as the usual standards like “Beauty and the Beast” and “Can You Feel the Love Tonight”), and songs like “Oo-De-Lally” and “Not in Nottingham” have a distinctive country tone that are easy on the ears.

All the film tracks and instrumental scores can be found in the 2-disc soundtrack along with a few charming early demos.

FAIRYTALES & FOLKTALES MERCH

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Stunningly crafted as part of the Disney Designer Collection – the Fairytales & Folktales series – Robin Hood and Maid Marian’s timeless “Love” scene can be revisited in the form of an adorable coffee mug, limited edition figures finely displayed in a glass box, and a journal (sold individually and as part of the Disney Designer Collection journal set). There’s literally only one word to associate them with: “Love”!

SOFT TOYS

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The UK Disney Store posted this photo on Instagram. Disney plush collectors would want to own these.

CHRISTMAS ORNAMENT

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With a gorgeous little ornament like this one, your holiday season is bound to be merry. And bright!

Spot other fab Robin merch? Share your findings in the comments below and let all of Nottingham (and the entire Disney fandom) know. All together now… “Oo-de-lally, oo-de-lally, golly what a day”!

Photo Credits: Disney

DisneySea’s 15th Anniversary

Set sail and make a wish on the shining sea!

DisneySea (Tokyo, Japan) – the only one to ever exist in the entire universe – is celebrating its 15th anniversary this year, and a number of exclusive merchandises have been released earlier on to mark this big event.

The dominant image on most of the items sold at the DisneySea stores couldn’t look grander with adventurers Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Daisy, Goofy and Pluto sailing on a golden ship with Chip and Dale plus the Duffy bears as company. Everyone’s all dressed up in dashing outfits. Even my all-time favorite Donald has his sporty gloves on, which we don’t really see everywhere else.

After a very short and pleasant wait, my 15th anniversary package has finally arrived courtesy of Instagram Disney shop Disneyland Jakarta. Even though I didn’t get the chance to visit (my first trip to DisneySea was back in 2014), I got to at least grab a hold of the magic in the form of the the stuff I ordered (shoutout to TDR Explorer for all the merch previews):

  • Assorted cookies that come in a gorgeous limited edition tin box
  • 15th anniversary postcard
  • Lovely clear holders featuring characters like Anna, Elsa and Rapunzel
  • Donald & Daisy mug – Donaisy are my newest OTP, by the way

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In light of this Disney-themed post, allow me to present you my little Disney list.

~ Jules’s Disney List ~

  • The first Disney film I saw at the cinema: The Little Mermaid
  • Favorite animated films: Robin Hood, Frozen, Hercules, The Aristocats, 101 Dalmatians, Lady and the Tramp, Mary Poppins, Brave, The Lion King, Pocahontas, Beauty & the Beast, The Princess & the Frog, Oliver & Company, Treasure Planet, Atlantis: The Lost Empire, Bambi, Mickey, Donald & Goofy: The Three Musketeers, A Goofy Movie, An Extremely Goofy Movie, Tarzan
  • Favorite live action films: 101 Dalmatians, Cinderella, Alice Through the Looking Glass
  • Best sequels in my book: Lady and the Tramp 2: Scamp’s Adventure, The Lion King 2: Simba’s Pride
  • Favorite classic character: Donald (obviously) 😉
  • Favorite film characters: Elsa, Maid Marian, Belle, Merida, Nala, Tiana, Mary Poppins
  • Favorite villain: Cruella de Vil
  • OTPs: Robin Hood/Maid Marian, Scamp/Angel, Donald/Daisy, Anna/Kristoff, Pongo/Perdita
  • Favorite TV shows: DuckTales (excited for the 2017 reboot since they’re making Donald part of the main cast like in the original Carl Barks/Don Rosa stories), Darkwing Duck
  • My Disney playlist:
    – “Why Should I Worry” (Oliver & Company)
    – “Bella Notte” (Lady & the Tramp)
    – “Zero to Hero” & “Go the Distance” (Hercules)
    – “Oo De Lally” & “Love” (Robin Hood)
    – “Cruella de Vil” (101 Dalmatians)
    – “Love is an Open Door” & “Let It Go” (Frozen)
    – “I 2 I” (A Goofy Movie)
    – “Gaston” & “Beauty & the Beast” (Beauty & the Beast)
    – “Everybody Wants to Be a Cat” (The Aristocats)
    – “Jolly Holiday”, “A Spoonful of Sugar” & “Chim Chim Cheree” (Mary Poppins)
    – “Second Star to the Right” (Peter Pan)
    – “I Didn’t Know That I Could Feel This Way” (Lady & the Tramp 2: Scamp’s Adventure)
    – “Just Around the River Bend” & “Colors of the Wind” (Pocahontas)
    – “Out There”, “God Help the Outcasts” & “Someday” (The Hunchback of Notre Dame)

You’re also invited to let me know your Disney favorites.

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