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Great holiday gifts are now available for purchase at the Disneyland Alumni Club's online store

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Happy Thanksgiving from the JimHillMedia.com family.


Copyright 2010 Disney and the Disneyland Alumni Club. All rights reserved

Isn't the above a great piece of Disney character art? I wish that I could claim that this had been created for JHM. But truth be told, this terrific Thanksgiving turkey was created for the Disneyland Alumni Club and is featured on a cloisonné pin as well as on a set of note cards that the Club now has available for purchase in its online store.

And speaking of cards ...


Copyright 2010 Disney and the Disneyland Alumni Club. All rights reserved

... check out these beautiful holiday cards that the Disneyland Alumni Club is now selling ...


Copyright 2010 Disney and the Disneyland Alumni
Club. All rights reserved

.. as well as this cute cloisonné pin that features that same Santa-Mickey-peeking-in-the-window imagery.


Copyright 2010 Disney and the Disneyland Alumni Club
All rights reserved

Now you might think that you have to be a member of the Disneyland Alumni Club in order to purchase all of this cool looking merch. But that's not really the case. So if you want to purchase this year's holiday ornament ...


Copyright 2010 Disney and the Disneyland
Alumni Club. All rights reserved

... or pre-order a copy of  the "55 Years of Music Magic" DVD which the Disneyland Alumni Club had created in order to commemorate this one-night-only event.

If you'd like, you can also purchase a copy of the limited edition pin which was sold at the Disneyland Hotel on July 17, 2010...


Copyright 2010 Disney and the Disneyland
Alumni Club. All rights reserved

... or the commemorative program that was created for this celebration of Disneyland's 55th anniversary.


Copyright 2010 Disney and the Disneyland Alumni Club. All rights reserved

You can even purchase a set of Disneyland Alumni Club wine glasses that were used that night ...


Copyright 2010 Disney and the Disneyland
Alumni Club. All rights reserved

... or - if you prefer - a complete "55 Years of Music Magic" package. Which would give you the DVD, the cloisonné pin, the souvenir program as well as a single Disneyland Alumni Club wine glass.


Copyright 2010 Disney and the Disneyland Alumni Club. All rights reserved

You'll find all of the above items - as well as some other really cool pieces of Disneyland Alumni Club merchandise - if you drop by the Club's online store.

I know, I know. It's kind of a tradition to do some post-Thanksgiving shopping on Black Friday.  But if you'd like to avoid some lines while you hunt for the perfect gifts for the Disneyana fans on your holiday shopping list, you can do that this morning as you're watching Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade by shopping at the Disneyland Alumni Club's online store.


Copyright 2010 Disney and the Disneyland Alumni Club. All rights reserved

So don't be a turkey. Go check it out today, okay?


Jim Hill Media gets a teeny tiny chunk of whatever you spend at Amazon.com when you click through here. Which would be a really nice way to show your appreciation for all the great stories that you've read on this website over the past year.

Happy Holidays!


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  • The turkey character is great, having both visual appeal and personality. It looks like it was designed and drawn by a real Disney cartoonist, a rarity these days. The Mickey art, on the other hand, is rather questionable. While the background is lovely, it strikes me as being an original watercolour background from one of Disney's Christmas themed cartoons, though I admittedly can't place it. Mickey himself, however, is a Photoshop airbrushed mediocrity, stiffly drawn and posed like all of the character art that's done for the home video box covers nowadays. It just doesn't fit well on that superior background, and they should have let a real cartoonist handle him like the guy who drew the turkey. Sadly, Disney execs just can't tell good art from bad, so this is why there's so much of the latter being generated, I'm afraid.

  • Does anyone know if Walt Disney World has anything like this club?  I love all the merchandise, but it says Disneyland.  I'm a Floridian, and I love Walt Disney World.  :)

  • I believe the turkey on the pin was the Turkey Character originally developed to be Poccahontas' sidekick before he was edited out  for Meeko and Flit!  He's a cute lil' guy!  It makes me want to buy the pin and I stay away from pins religiously because I can't afford to get into what I know would turn out to be a collecting obsession!!!

  • None of the links to The Alumni Club on line store take you there.  One brings you right back here and the other one toward the bottom has a pop up add for Bing and that's the only place the link will take one.  I was hoping to get a look at the stuff and prices but after spending 10 minutes just trying to get there, I gave up.

  • Bruce --

    What web browser are you using? I just checked this article using Firefox & Internet Explorer. And in both cases, all of the links work just fine. Worst case scenario: You could just type in Disneyland Alumni Club into whatever search engine that you typically use and that should take you right there.

    Happy hunting,

    j

  • I'm...not sure what that turkey is doing, exactly, with that ear of corn. Is he brandishing it like Groucho brandished his cigar, or something? And if it's a Thanksgiving pin, why is there a jack-o-lantern on it?

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