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Disney Mickey Mouse fans will love this LEGO® Ideas 21317 Steamboat Willie building toy marking the 90th anniversary of the most famous cartoon character ever. Mickey Mouse made his screen debut in a 1928 black-and-white animated short film called ‘Steamboat Willie’, which was also the first Disney film to have synchronized sound. This LEGO brick version of the S.S. Willie features steam pipes that move up and down and paddle wheels that rotate when the boat is pushed along. The boat’s bridge has room for a minifigure and play-inspiring nautical details such as the ship’s wheel, life buoy and buildable bell. On deck there is a working crane to lift the ‘potato bin’ cargo aboard and this unique toy building set comes with new-for-April-2019 Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse minifigures, each with special silver-colored decoration, plus a parrot figure. An ideal LEGO set for kids and adults to recreate scenes from the original Mickey Mouse cartoon or simply build and display this striking monochrome model.

  • Build and display this collectible LEGO® set or recreate your favorite scenes from the classic Disney Mickey Mouse cartoon, ‘Steamboat Willie’.
  • This unique toy building set includes 2 new-for-April-2019 minifigures: Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse, each with silver-colored decoration, plus Mickey Mouse’s parrot figure.
  • The iconic Steamboat Willie boat features a black-and-white color scheme, hidden wheels, moving steam pipes, rotating paddle wheels, adjustable crane and assorted elements including the ‘S.S. Willie’ boat name sign, ‘1928’ year sign and a ‘potato bin’.
  • The boat’s bridge has space for a minifigure, a brick-built bell and assorted elements including the ship’s wheel and life buoy.
  • The 2 steam pipes move up and down and the 2 paddle wheels rotate when the boat is pushed along.
  • Accessory elements include Minnie Mouse’s guitar and music sheet.
  • This LEGO® Ideas creative toy building set comes with a booklet with building instructions, fun facts about the historic 1928 animated Disney short film ‘Steamboat Willie’, and information about this awesome retro set’s fan creator and LEGO designers.
  • Steamboat Willie toy boat measures over 5” (15cm) high, 10” (26cm) long and 5” (14cm) wide.

Price is going to be €89,99 (Germany, Netherlands, Ireland, Spain...)

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B&W will be cool. Would be easy enough to bricklink one in color, I doubt it has any unique parts. A B&W and color set sitting side by side would make a nice display. 

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17 minutes ago, marcandre said:

B&W will be cool. Would be easy enough to bricklink one in color, I doubt it has any unique parts. A B&W and color set sitting side by side would make a nice display. 

Disney executive??

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Disney Mickey Mouse fans will love this LEGO® Ideas 21317 Steamboat Willie building toy marking the 90th anniversary of the most famous cartoon character ever. Mickey Mouse made his screen debut in a 1928 black-and-white animated short film called ‘Steamboat Willie’, which was also the first Disney film to have synchronized sound. This LEGO brick version of the S.S. Willie features steam pipes that move up and down and paddle wheels that rotate when the boat is pushed along. The boat’s bridge has room for a minifigure and play-inspiring nautical details such as the ship’s wheel, life buoy and buildable bell. On deck there is a working crane to lift the ‘potato bin’ cargo aboard and this unique toy building set comes with new-for-April-2019 Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse minifigures, each with special silver-colored decoration, plus a parrot figure. An ideal LEGO set for kids and adults to recreate scenes from the original Mickey Mouse cartoon or simply build and display this striking monochrome model.

  • Build and display this collectible LEGO® set or recreate your favorite scenes from the classic Disney Mickey Mouse cartoon, ‘Steamboat Willie’.
  • This unique toy building set includes 2 new-for-April-2019 minifigures: Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse, each with silver-colored decoration, plus Mickey Mouse’s parrot figure.
  • The iconic Steamboat Willie boat features a black-and-white color scheme, hidden wheels, moving steam pipes, rotating paddle wheels, adjustable crane and assorted elements including the ‘S.S. Willie’ boat name sign, ‘1928’ year sign and a ‘potato bin’.
  • The boat’s bridge has space for a minifigure, a brick-built bell and assorted elements including the ship’s wheel and life buoy.
  • The 2 steam pipes move up and down and the 2 paddle wheels rotate when the boat is pushed along.
  • Accessory elements include Minnie Mouse’s guitar and music sheet.
  • This LEGO® Ideas creative toy building set comes with a booklet with building instructions, fun facts about the historic 1928 animated Disney short film ‘Steamboat Willie’, and information about this awesome retro set’s fan creator and LEGO designers.
  • Steamboat Willie toy boat measures over 5” (15cm) high, 10” (26cm) long and 5” (14cm) wide.

Price is going to be €89,99 (Germany, Netherlands, Ireland, Spain...)

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TLG adopting  a reseller scum price point from the get go. Kinda makes the secondary market Brickheadz prices look reasonable now.

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4 minutes ago, Val-E said:

TLG adopting  a reseller scum price point from the get go. Kinda makes the secondary market Brickheadz prices look reasonable now.

Definitely not 1928 prices

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21 minutes ago, Val-E said:

TLG adopting  a reseller scum price point from the get go. Kinda makes the secondary market Brickheadz prices look reasonable now.

Makes Wall-E look like a steal.

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This set only bares passing resemblance to the MOC from Ideas, also the turnaround seems real fast. They totally just designed this internally, right? For a late celebration of Mickey at 90? Also the reason for the $90 price point, it's like the 1969 pieces in the Saturn V, but greedier. Don't get me wrong, it's a cool set, but the value isn't great.

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On 3/16/2019 at 4:58 PM, Ed Mack said:

I think they should do it in an off-white to make it look old.

I plan on placing mine in a sunny window for all of that UV goodness.

But man, the price point on this is a little crazy. It doesn't even come with a holographic sticker.

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I no longer see as much green , now i see red over this black and white set. now I'm blue and just too yellow to buy-in unless huge discount:(

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1 hour ago, MusiKyle said:

Article on Brickset shows that the packaging for both this and Flintstones are #024 Ideas... oops.

Ching ching! Printing mistakes in the first run are always good news for resellers. Shame the price is real.

I see there are plenty of coloured bricks used in the base.

 

 

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1 hour ago, CosmicSpeed said:

I plan on placing mine in a sunny window for all of that UV goodness.

But man, the price point on this is a little crazy. It doesn't even come with a holographic sticker.

I bought a used 7191 UCS X-wing years ago that is basically yellow from age and UV rays.  Looks just like the movie ship.

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Since it's a Disney licence (No Sh*t Sherlock), this could have a very long run. It's beginning to grow on me (just a tiny bit) now that I've seen the funnels move when pushed. It should have a chance with the new Mickey/Minnie figures. I'll see how many pages this topic gets compared to the likes of WALL-E before I go overboard, pardon the pun. However, one thing will stop me.. stickers!

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40 minutes ago, TabbyBoy said:

However, one thing will stop me.. stickers!

Pretty sure these are all printed. Either way, OFS used very minimal stickers effectively. It can be done.

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30 minutes ago, marcandre said:

$90 is ridiculous. One of the most overpriced sets ever. Waiting for 50% wm blowout. Disney fans may still snap this up though, hard to tell.

isn't it 90 euros...so like $100 us

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28 minutes ago, CosmicSpeed said:

8 Listing on Ebay already. Minnie Mouse fig sold for $13. Disney fans are crazy.

I think it's a good price at $13...those two figures will be highly sought after...Lego or not they represent all things disneyfans crave

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7 minutes ago, $20 on joe vs dan said:

isn't it 90 euros...so like $100 us

my email read 89.99$ u.s. on april 1st

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11 hours ago, superlegolover said:

I see rainbow

The question is.... what about the pot of gold after EOL?

I'm treading carefully due to the 100% Disney Tax applied to the RRP. I doubt that I'll pay for than £50 for one unless there's a cracking promo.

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20 hours ago, Val-E said:

Ching ching! Printing mistakes in the first run are always good news for resellers. Shame the price is real.

Does the Mickey Mouse fanbase really care about a misprint for this. I understand the observation (First Run Villager Amiibo comes to mind) but I wonder how much fans will care. Lego claim they are going to fix this, but it would be interesting to try and gauge the production run numbers from when we see the correction in retail stores.

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