The wonderful world of Disney as seen in TVTA’s print ad collection 1967 – 1999.
1982. Mickey Mouse 50. Miran Studio. Idea. Japan.
The Walt Disney Company was founded in the US in 1923 by Walt Disney and Roy O. Disney. Disney is famous for its film studios, theme parks, TV and cable networks, Mickey and Minnie, Donald and Daisy, and an impressive list of acclaimed animated and live action films.
The Disney brand has appeared across toy lines, books, games, food and drink promotions and numerous household goods worldwide. In 2012 the company purchased the Lucasfilm Star Wars franchise to add to its entities. TVTA is pleased to feature some of the wonderful advertising and packaging that has represented the Disney brand during the late 20th century. Our featured images come from Brazil, Denmark, France, Japan, the Netherlands, the UK and the US. Click the pics to enlarge and enjoy 🙂
Comic strip space adventurer Flash Gordon was created and drawn by Alex Raymond in 1934. The character has appeared in multiple worldwide comic publications, three film serials, a radio serial, novels, a stage musical, three animated TV series, an animated TV movie, a feature film, and two live action TV series. TVTA is pleased to present a selection of Flash Gordon print adverts, covers and other related items.
Flash Gordon AKA Guy l’Éclair in French-language publications. 1978. Belgium.
Flash Gordon comic strip advert. 1980. France.
Ming the Merciless. Starlog Japan. 1981.
Dale Arden cut-out and use cassette label. Starlog Japan. 1981.
Pif Gadget free toy ‘Le Pistoflash’, 1980
Double page advert for Pif Gadget N°612 and free toy. 1980. France.
Pif Gadget N°612. 1980. Flash Gordon cover with free toy.
Gaf View-Master Cartoon Favorites. Flash Gordon in “The Planet Mongo”, 1976.