By Chris E. Hayner on
As the most exciting aspects about Disney’s D23 Expo are the the announcements which are made, new footage that’s shown, and surprising revelations concerning the movies and Television shows we can’t await, there’s a lot more to the function. There’s a whole convention floor filled with stores, activations, exhibits, therefore much more. Probably the most impressive if Part of Time, a 100th anniversary celebration from the Walt Disney Archives.
Part of Time is really a walk-through exhibit that showcases several costumes, props, and memorabilia from Disney’s 100 years, including old park tickets, drawings, therefore many iconic items direct from the sets of many of Disney’s highest profile films.
We were fortunate to tour Part of Time and snap photos of the greatest costumes and props on display–including some awesome items from the initial Tron film. Check out that which was shown below. Then, if you are craving D23 news, check our our breakdowns of everything we learned all about upcoming Marvel Studios, Lucasfilm, and Disney Studios projects.
It generally does not have more iconic than this, the dress Julie Andrews wore when she played Marry Poppins in the 1964 film.
As the most the props and costumes shown off were from Disney films, the parks did involve some excellent representation–including these props from the attic of the Haunted Mansion attraction at Walt Disney World.
More Haunted Mansion
As you can plainly see, there is a substantial amount of “stuff” from the attic of the mansion that Disney has been collecting through the years.
The final look at Haunted Mansion artifacts is this bride from the attic, that was formerly applied to the ride.
Sark’s helmet from Tron
This is actually the helmet worn by David Warner in the initial Tron film, where he played Sark. It’s amazing that is still such good shape after so a long time.
Clu’s helmet and an Identity Disc from Tron
Two more pieces on display in the Tron part of the exhibit may be the helmet worn by Clu, played by Jeff Bridges in the film, and an Identity Disc, probably the most iconic props from the film.
Dick Tracy costume
This is actually the actual hat and trench coat worn by Warren Beatty in the movie Dick Tracy.
“Big Boy” Caprice’s suit
Tracy’s nemesis, “Big Boy,” wore this sharp red jacket. People with seen the film will recall Al Pacino’s portrayal of “Big Boy” Caprice.
Two of Big Boy’s henchmen
The Dick Tracy section also included two more suits from the film, assumedly worn by “Big Boy’s” colorful henchmen.
Breathless Mahoney costume
This black dress was worn by the one and only Madonna, who played Breathless Mahoney in the film.
The Millennium Falcon
These bits of the Falcon are from Star Wars: The Force Awakens. It had been with the launch of this movie that Disney began archiving props and costumes from the franchise.
This iconic droid was initially introduced in The Force Awakens.
Another droid on display was a screen-used R2-D2.
Have a look at this C-3PO costume. It generally does not look comfortable at all, especially considering that so a lot of these movies is shot in the desert.
This little wheel droid was initially seen on the silver screen in Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker.