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If you’re a fan of all things Halloween, the Haunted Mansion, or both, then Memento Mori is a must-stop on your next visit to the Magic Kingdom! We took a spirited trip there recently and found new Haunted Mansion musical figurines.
Singing Busts Haunted Mansion Musical Figurine – $125.00
Yes, the price may give you a bit of sticker shock, but just look at it! It’s everyone’s favorite singing busts from the graveyard scene at the Haunted Mansion.
Each of the five busts is made of a stone-color hard plastic and sits on a light-up pedestal. Completing the scene are bushes along the base of each statue and green cypress trees in the background.
When the Singing Busts are activated, the pedestals light up (unfortunately, they do not blink) in alternating colors of blue and green, and they sing the popular “Grim Grinning Ghosts” song.
The Singing Busts or “The Phantom Five” are a group of undead characters who appear in every version of the attraction except for Mystic Manor. From left to right, are Rollo Rumkin (Verne Rowe), Uncle Theodore (Thurl Ravenscroft), Cousin Algernon (Chuck Schroeder), Ned Nub (Jay Meyer), and Phineas P. Pock (Bob Ebright).
The battery and activation switch are located on the underside of the base.
Prince Amenmose Mummy Figurine – $125.00
Also appearing in the graveyard scene and now memorized in a musical light-up statue is the tea-drinking mummy, Prince Amenmose. The statue utilizes the signature colors from the Haunted Mansion — green and blue. The mummy and the elderly ghost are lit up in green, while the entrance to the mausoleum is illuminated in blue. The statue also plays “Grim Grinning Ghosts.”
This musical statue depicts Prince Amenmose sitting up in his coffin with a cup of tea in his hand. In the background, propped up by some plants, is presumably his sarcophagus colorfully painted in gold. Next to him is an elderly spirit with an ear trumpet next to his ear trying to understand him. The joke here is that although the spirit is trying to understand him, he can’t because either the mummy cannot be understood through his bandages or his tongue was removed at the time of his death.
Underneath the statue houses the battery casing and the on/off switch.
The figurines can also be found for sale at the Disneyland Resort.
Are you adding one or both of these beautifully crafted musical figurines to your collection? Let us know in the comments below.
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