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We have heard rumblings that the next CMF (Collectable Minifigures) series will be another Disney outing, but this time it’ll be a rather special anniversary edition, titled 100 Years Of Disney!

Thanks to the Back2Brick podcast we could have a list of potential characters that have made it into the series, these are as follows:

  • Oswald the Lucky Rabbit (Disney shorts)
  • Pinocchio with fish bowl (Pinocchio)
  • Jiminy Cricket with Umbrella (Pinocchio)
  • Sorcerer Mickey with Bucket and Mop (Sorcerer’s Apprentice)
  • Princess Tiana with printed 2×3 tile (Princess and the Frog)
  • Dr. Facilier with printed 1×2 tile and walking stick (Princess and the Frog)
  • Queen of Hearts (Alice in Wonderland)
  • Princess Aurora with owl (Sleeping Beauty)
  • Mulan with Cri-Kee on printed stone (Mulan)
  • Ernesto de la Cruz with Guitar (Coco)
  • Miguel Rivera with Guitar and dog Dante (Coco)
  • Pocahontas with 1×1 round tile with compass print (Pocohontas)
  • Cruella de Vil with Dalmatian (101 Dalmatians)
  • Robin Hood with Bow (Robin Hood)
  • Prince John with Bag (Robin Hood)
  • Stitch with four arms and Ray Guns (Lilo and Stitch)
  • Baymax with Red Hoverboard (Big Hero Six)
  • Evil Queen with Magic Mirror (Snow White)

You’ll agree that the choices are varied and include some iconic characters from the Disney family. They pull from some classic movies that really get the nostalgia juices flowing, who knew they’d include characters from Robin Hood made in 1973?!

The inclusion of the Evil Queen but lack of Snow White is unforgiving, unless LEGO have other plans and release a dedicated Snow White and the Seven Dwarves set? Who knows but I’m sure it would sell extremely well. 

Please note that this list is unofficial and unconfirmed, so take it with a pinch of salt, hopefully it is a sign of things to come and personally I am very excited and can’t wait.

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