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Oswald really Is A "Lucky" Rabbit


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  • Oswald really Is A "Lucky" Rabbit

    Lucky Brand Jeans and Disney Consumer Products are welcoming back Oswald the Lucky Rabbit, Walt Disney's first animated character, with a limited-edition collection of t-shirts.
    The shirts featuring both Oswald and Mickey Mouse will be sold only at Lucky Kid, Lucky Brand Jeans stores and online at
    In addition, Lucky Brand and Disney have created a special Oswald stencil t-shirt which will be offered exclusively as part of the limited-edition Oswald vinyl figure box set. The 200 collectible figures are available at select Lucky Brand Jeans stores throughout the US.
    Oswald the Lucky Rabbit made his theatrical debut in 1927 and returned to Disney in 2006.


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    Re: Oswald really Is A &quot;Lucky&quot; Rabbit

    The men's shirt is $44.

    Same with the women's, but it's a better design.

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      Re: Oswald really Is A &quot;Lucky&quot; Rabbit

      Well best of luck to them. At the Disney Store we got Oswald in shorly before Christmas and we still had all of it now. Had we not gone into liquidation and dropped the price of the suckers to $1.00 we would have sadly never sold him off.
      I love Oswald but Disney hasn't done a good enough job of explaining him to anyone but hardcore Disney fans


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