Walt Disney World 50th Anniversary Cinderella Doll is Now Available


Shop Disney has the Walt Disney World 50th Anniversary, 17 inch, Cinderella doll. The character of Cinderella is the perfect choice to celebrate 50 years of Walt Disney World. The iconic castle is named after this princess and it’s where the dedication speech took place.

She is limited to only 10,000 pieces.

Let’s take a look!

Cinderella Doll – $129.99

Princess Cinderella reigns over The World’s Most Magical Celebration with this entrancing Walt Disney World 50th Anniversary Limited Edition doll. Delicately costumed, she is a romantic dream come true in sequined, jeweled splendor befitting her namesake Cinderella Castle, gateway to the Magic Kingdom’s Fantasyland.

  • Limited Edition of 10,000
  • Includes Certificate of Authenticity
  • Cinderella collector’s doll
  • Sequined bodice with organza overlay
  • Sheer long sleeves
  • Dramatic v-neckline
  • Layered matte satin skirt with tulle overlay
  • Stardusted with silvery cascading gems and glitter accents
  • Opalescent embroidery Cinderella Castle and fireworks detailing on skirts
  • Velvet choker and belt
  • Golden scepter with ”50” logo and matching trio of bracelets
  • Drop earrings
  • Molded shoes
  • Beautifully styled hair with shimmering golden highlights
  • Rooted eyelashes
  • Fully poseable
  • Display stand included
  • Comes in elegant window display packaging with iridescent foil filigree
  • Gatefold cover with Walt Disney World 50 logo and iridescent foil Cinderella Castle
  • Inspired by Walt Disney’s Cinderella (1950)
  • Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom, Fantasyland, and Cinderella Castle first welcomed guests on October 1, 1971
  • Part of the Walt Disney World 50th Anniversary Celebration Collection
  • Ages 6+
  • Plastic (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene) / PVC / polyoxymethylene / polypropylene / polyester
  • Doll: approx. 17” H
  • Scepter: 5 1/2” L
  • Box: approx. 19” H x 11” W x 5 3/4” D”


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