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Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Trick Or Treat Masks, Disneyland Records Style

65 years ago today, on October 10, 1952, Walt Disney's Trick or Treat was released to theaters. Over the years there have been several tie-ins with this classic cartoon. One of the best came over twenty years after the animated shorts: an LP album from Disneyland records. One of the best (and most unique) elements of thus album were the two masks included, one of a jack-o-lantern, the other of the cartoon's star (sorry, Donald), Witch Hazel. To discover more about this animated film favorite, be sure and click here to see Did You Know? 8 Frightfully Fascinating Facts About Trick or Treat, written by Jim Fanning (that's me) for Full of fun facts and fascinating photos (there's even more about the LP record album), this D23 article is a fun way to celebrate this spooky step along way to October 31st, as the Countdown to Halloween 2017 continues. 

1 comment:

Caffeinated Joe said...

Cute - and 100 times better than many of the Collegeville or Ben Cooper plastic catastrophes!