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Walt Disney Paperweight

Walt Disney action figure in transparent lucite brick.
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A realisticly modeled action figure of the deceased Walt Disney, lying in state, inside of a transparent lucite brick.
jbum, Apr 01 2002

Walt Disney, 1901 - 1965 - ? http://www.grimsoci...soleum/wdisney.html
Ashes in an underground vault at Forest Lawn, Glendale. At least that's what they want you to think... [jutta, Apr 01 2002]

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       Or: A realisticly modeled (life-size) figure of the head of the deceased Walt Disney, lying in cryogenic containment, inside of a transparent lucite brick.
calum, Apr 01 2002
  

       Or the actual head of Michael Eisner, encased in concrete, sunken to the deepest depths of the Pacific Ocean
thumbwax, Apr 01 2002
  

       Right, Mike Eisner can …   

       I don't visit the world, so someone can perhaps tell me if Walt Disney is available as a figurine through the Disney Store in some sort of moonwalk pose, encased in a snowglobe?
reensure, Apr 01 2002
  

       <ot>I have a complaint about the dude in the Mickey Mouse suit. He's giant! We all know Mickey ain't that big. They should hire midgets, or kids, or something. Those great big mouse heads terrify kids.</ot>
waugsqueke, Apr 01 2002
  

       HS Band marched around in Dismaland my Freshman year - we got to see Mickey put his suit on - the dude was not what presumes to be Mouseketeer material.
thumbwax, Apr 01 2002
  

       "Inaction Figure" hah! A much better name for the concept.
jbum, Apr 01 2002
  

       Put Lenin on Trigger holding Walt Disney's head, encased in amber.
entremanure, Apr 02 2002
  

       If this were any duller it would be a black hole. The only point of light escaping being the "inaction figure" concept.
bristolz, Apr 02 2002
  
      
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