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    Re: The Evolution of Costumes

    Quote Originally Posted by krystledm View Post
    i'm personally liking the old jungle skipper shirts...especially on that dude in the picture!
    He is a bit hunky, isn't he?

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    Re: The Evolution of Costumes

    This is the Mad hatter some of you were talking about. HUGE head!





    NOW THIS is one I wished we see more..Cinderella in her work clothes!



    And the only Cinderella Mice I've seen is Perla, never Gus or Jacque



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    Re: The Evolution of Costumes


    Not a great picture, as the mice were being shuttled somewhere rather quickly, but there were two. One in Blue the other seen here in purple.

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    Re: The Evolution of Costumes

    I saw the female mice before also.

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    Re: The Evolution of Costumes

    Quote Originally Posted by claribella View Post
    This is the Mad hatter some of you were talking about. HUGE head!



    We, sure have Clara. Wow,look at Mad Hatter's head. It takes a good deal of Alice's Height right there.

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    Re: The Evolution of Costumes

    I bet the persons waist is atleast around the area where Mad Hatters chin is.

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    Re: The Evolution of Costumes

    Quote Originally Posted by Disney Wrassler View Post
    I bet the persons waist is atleast around the area where Mad Hatters chin is.

    hmmmm, it's hard to tell. Since that person's arms are all the way down there.
    Last edited by Hayley B; 11-04-2006 at 02:02 PM.

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    Re: The Evolution of Costumes

    Quote Originally Posted by maelstrom View Post
    I noticed it. I always wondered why it was like that.


    Here is an image of the old Mickey Mouse head. What is the deal with those marks on his face?

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    Re: The Evolution of Costumes

    Quote Originally Posted by Hayley B View Post
    hmmmm, it's hard to tell. Since that person's arms are all the way down there.
    Well, the Hatters arms are low, but back them the people in his costume did not put their arms in the area his arms were at. I believe that both of Hatters hands were sown (Sp.?) together.

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    Re: The Evolution of Costumes

    Quote Originally Posted by Sweetie View Post

    Here is an image of the old Mickey Mouse head. What is the deal with those marks on his face?
    Those were the holes in the costume the entertainer could see through.

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    Re: The Evolution of Costumes

    Quote Originally Posted by Sweetie View Post
    Yikes and yikes!

    What part of that costume did designers think would appeal to children? Wow, I need to go think happy thoughts or that "mouse" will appear in my nightmares tonight...

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    Quote Originally Posted by LlamaLover View Post
    Yikes and yikes!

    What part of that costume did designers think would appeal to children? Wow, I need to go think happy thoughts or that "mouse" will appear in my nightmares tonight...

    I very much agree with you. I thought he looks scary too.

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    Re: The Evolution of Costumes

    Yes, the technology & creativity sure has come along way in costuming over the decades...(thank goodness)

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    Re: The Evolution of Costumes

    Looking at that Mickey Mouse again. Makes me want to hug Peg Leg Pete and hug Peg Leg Pete TIGHT!

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    Re: The Evolution of Costumes

    Quote Originally Posted by Disney Wrassler View Post
    Well, the Hatters arms are low, but back them the people in his costume did not put their arms in the area his arms were at. I believe that both of Hatters hands were sown (Sp.?) together.

    I will have to watch that Disneyland USA again. The Mad Hatter comes out of the castle in the "After Dark" special.

    Also before the Mad Hatter coming out of the castle. There is another "Evolution Costume" of Mickey Mouse you will see also. That one is not all the way there. But alot better then #41 up there.

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