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This page is to help you quickly jump through this picture set. Below you will see a listing of the pages and the captions on that page.

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    The Treasures of the Walt Disney Archives were located on the second floor of the convention center in the same room as the first two years. This year the display only filled the left side, same as the first Expo.
    In the first room were several Disney inspired princess gowns that originally debuted during the 2012 holiday season at Harrods in Knightsbridge, London.
    Oscar de la Renta (Snow White) - Someday your prince will come... This silk gown is divine with intricate embroidery across the bodice and a floor-sweeping cape in signature red. (these are the descriptions that were on cards near each gown.. not mine).
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    Ralph & Russo (Tiana) - A dream come true, this mint evening gown with a sweetheart neckline and mesh overlay, features scattered crystals that cascade into a layered tulle skirt.
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    Versace (Cinderella): You shall go to the ball, in a stunning contemporary interpretation complete with golden layers, and emblazoned with the iconic Versace medusa motif.
    Elie Saab (Aurora) - Encapsulating the natural grace and innocence of Aurora, this beautiful gown in pale pink is embellished with scattered exquisite beading.
    Valentino (Belle) - A fantasy-like dress in silk chiffon with a sheer hooded cape and layers of equisite pleats, is accessorised with bespoke signature studded flats and a silver flower bag.
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    Changing gears 180 degrees from the evening dresses, here are some wardrobe pieces from the Disney Channel Teen Beach Movie.
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    The next area had props and wardrobe from ABCs Once Upon a Time.
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    The next area featured items from the Oz films.
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    The last room featured Mary Poppins in honor of the films 50th anniversary this year.
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    On a screen they were looping film from the premiere. Here is a clip of some of the loop.
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    On the way out were a few pieces from Saving Mr. Banks.

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    More items from the original Mary Poppins.
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    Two more wide shots of the room before moving on.
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    In the hallway outside were pictures from the set of Mary Poppins.
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    As well as publicity pieces.
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    The last area featured Fan Art that was from a contest.
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