At the top of a column of crystallized rock, a young and excited sorcerer delights himself in his dream of controlling the waters from earth and sky, gesticulating like a maestro conducting a vigorous symphony while his servers, in the form of humanoid brooms, fulfill their task of filling up a water fountain in his castle until everything gets out of control. A Disney classic revered to this day as one of the seminal animation movies in the history of cinema, Iron Studios proudly present the statue "Mickey Fantasia DLX– Disney Fantasia - Art Scale 1/10", over a diorama base filled with details and movie references, like the humanoid brooms carrying the water buckets and Mickey with his red tunic and magic hat controlling the rising waves. Inspired by the most famous part of the Fantasia animation from the Walt Disney Studios, based on the poem `L`Apprenti Sorcier` (The Sorcerer`s Apprentice) by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe.
Iron Studios also bring a regular version of the statue, "Mickey Fantasia – Disney Fantasia - Art Scale 1/10", with a simple base with the young sorcerer over the top of his conductor pedestal. And a special edition “Mickey Fantasia 100 Years Ver.- Disney Fantasia - Art Scale 1/10" numbered and limited to 100 units, with a richly decorated base bringing the logos of Iron Studios and a front plaque commemorating Disney’s 100-years-anniversary, a more than special item so that fans and collectors can be a part of this centenary celebration!
The story tells of a legend about a sorcerer that had an apprentice, a young man played by Mickey Mouse, smart and eager for knowledge, so eager, in fact, that he began to put into practice his master`s knowledge of magic before he knew how to control such powers. Mickey uses a spell in the absence of his master Yen-Sid, animating a broom to complete the tiresome task of carrying many buckets of water from a well to the castle’s fountain. Falling asleep for a few moments, the apprentice dreams of great powers, controlling the skies and the seas, but when he wakes, he sinks into the waters of a flood caused by his creation that kept working incessantly. To stop it, he crushes the broom with an ax, but each wood splinter becomes a new broom, worsening the situation even more. The disaster is only reversed with his master’s intervention.
With eight animated segments, each one accompanied by classic songs by maestro Leopold Stokowski conducting the Philadelphia Orchestra, Fantasia from 1940, is the third animation movie from Disney Studios and it’s an amazing experience that captivates old and young to this day. The Sorcerer’s Apprentice, the third part of the movie, brings Mickey as the protagonist under the symphonic work composed by Paul Dukas.
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