Thursday, July 17, 2003
In conjunction with Mickey's All-American Pin Festival in Disneyland, Mickey's All American Pin Quest should have already begun. Guests will have the opportunity to purchase seven limited-edition themed "Quest" pins. The pins include Explorer Goofy, Pirate Donald, Winnie the Pooh, Huey, Dewey and Louie, Tinker Bell, Jessica Rabbit, and Buzz Lightyear.
Limited to an edition size of 2,500 each, the pins are offered for $8.50 plus tax and are available individually at the following locations: Tropical Imports(Adventureland Card and Goofy Pin), Le Bat en Rouge (New Orleans Square Card and Donald Pin), Pooh Corner (Critter Country Card and Pooh pin), Pioneer Mercantile (Frontierland Card for Huey, Dewey and Louie pin), Fantasy Faire Gifts (Fantasyland card and Tinker Bell pin), Gag Factory (Toontown card and Jessica Pin) and Premiere Shop (Tomorrowland Card and Buzz pin). If you wish to purchase the entire set of pins in one location, please visit the Premiere Shop in Tomorrowland or the Emporium on Main Street, U.S.A. (Limit two pins, per style, per Guest, per day)while supplies last. Once you completed your pin quest, you receive a Mickey pin and Main Street USA Card. The pins are back-stamped "DISNEYLAND'S 48TH ANNIVERSARY PIN EVENT."
Event information is subject to change without notice. No mail orders or phone orders will be taken for this event. Separate admission is required to enter Disneyland Park.
To truly appreciate the pins, you need the postcards that go with each pin. For example, Jessica has her leg up to get onto the trolley on the card.
Also, two Jessica pins will be released on the 20th (Jessica with dangling heart purse and Jessica at Toontown sign) and the All American Jessica pin July 24th.
Monday, July 14, 2003
Each sheet contained around fourteen images. The Jessica Pressers were one in a series of three sets. The second set contained Roger Rabbit and the third included many of the other characters from the movie. The other two sets of pressers are just as rare - if not - more.
To use, the transfer sheet was applied to a surface and one of the images could be rubbed with the blue wand it came with, leaving the image on the surface. The sheet is about 7"x 4".
Originally selling for $1.25, The Who Framed Roger Rabbit Pressers featuring Jessica were produced in 1987 by Special Productions Lisse/Holland and © The Walt Disney Company and Amblin Entertainment, Inc.
Saturday, July 12, 2003
Enter your vote today! A new poll has been created for the group:
If Disney/Amblin did another short animated film (i.e. Tummy Trouble, Roller Coaster Rabbit and Trail Mix-Up) starring Jessica, do you think it would do well in theaters?
To vote, please visit the following web page:
o Yes 69% (9)
o Maybe 31% (4)
o No 0% (0)