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Wednesday, October 31, 2007

Marvelous. Magnificent. Mad. That’s Madam Mim!

Here’s a Halloween treat: The Walt Disney Classics Collection presents a sculpture set from The Sword in the Stone. There’s Merlin the wizard, his owl, the wonderfully crotchety Archimedes, Wart (in bird form) and, of course, that malicious mistress of magic, Madam Mim. It’s great to see the old gal back in the spotlight, but watch out. That tricky witch has been known to suddenly disappear. You’d better hunt down this 2007 Gold Circle Dealer release while you can, as it’s a Numbered Limited Edition of 750.

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