Creepy Disney walk-around costumes!

NelleBelle

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Pretty much the versions for Ice shows are disturbing..
Raymond while it's on point..Seeing this at in the parks would be a bit creepy


All of the Nemo characters..They could have taken the route done for the musical..But, then they made this hot mess and now we have "Boobly-Eyes"
Yikes!! I much prefer the puppet version of Nemo from AK...

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Brer Panther

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Searching for creepy walk-around costumes on the Disney Wiki does not disappoint. Take a look at this Genie:

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And here's a question: which characters are the hardest for Disney to translate into walk-around costumes? I think the answer to that question might be Simba and Nala. Take a look at these...

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NelleBelle

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Oy! Simba and Nala are quite bad as 2-legged costumed characters!! I can't believe Disney would attach their name to that! 😬
 

Figments Friend

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It's strange why they make counterparts to certain characters the park version looks better than the ice show....

The photo from the ice show is the same Maui shown above, it's just that the image is 'flipped'.
Check out the eyebrows and his necklace to see what i mean in that Disney On Ice image.
It does look a little 'skinnier' but that may just be the funky angle of the shot.

But i know what you mean about how sometimes there are some drastic changes between the Park roamers and the ice skater versions of the characters.
It is usually because the ice show suits need to be heavily modified to able to be used by the ice skaters.
The costumes sometime require far more flexibility and visability then the standard 'Park issued' versions provide.


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Cmdr_Crimson

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The photo from the ice show is the same Maui shown above, it's just that the image is 'flipped'.
Check out the eyebrows and his necklace to see what i mean in that Disney On Ice image.
It does look a little 'skinnier' but that may just be the funky angle of the shot.

But i know what you mean about how sometimes there are some drastic changes between the Park roamers and the ice skater versions of the characters.
It is usually because the ice show suits need to be heavily modified to able to be used by the ice skaters.
The costumes sometime require far more flexibility and visability then the standard 'Park issued' versions provide.
Here's a better view to compare..
 

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