All the Disney princesses have a unique signature and they always sign their autograph the exact same way!
Yes, that’s right. All the Disney characters at every Disney Park must sign their name using the same the Disney signature font. Same swirl – or heart – over the i, same swirl underneath the name.
How cool is that??!!!
We always collect character autographs while visiting all of the Disney parks:
But, what if you don’t have time to stand in the character meet and greet lines???
Did you know that you can get a signed autographed postcard or picture from your favorite Disney character?
Send your request to your favorite character to the address below. What Disney will send you varies from 5 x 7 character postcards to full 8 x 10 photos… make sure you address the letter to your favorite character – they’ll try to send the letter back from that character when they send the picture! Usually takes 4 weeks.
Walt Disney World Communications
P.O. Box 10040
Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830-0040
– OR –
The Walt Disney Company
Attn: Fan Mail Dept.
500 South Buena Vista Street
Burbank, CA 91521
But, what about Walt’s famous signature? Do you think you can recognize it??
You might think that you know Walt Disney’s signature – after all it’s at the beginning of every Disney movie – but you’re wrong!
As can be seen on legal documents, Disney’s own signature was not nearly as exciting or intricate.
The ‘Walt Disney’ signature used by the company was actually designed by an animator and is not his real signature. They say that Disney didn’t like the way his real signature looked. In fact, rumor has it that Walt couldn’t even reproduce the famed Disney signature!
But, you know who can reproduce his style of writing???
Yup, look at how he signs his name and it’s actually Walt’s signature!
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by Elly Collins & Caroline Collins
Ever wonder what it’s like to work for Disney???
We worked at WDW for a year in the Disney College Program and have written a book about what it’s like to be a cast member working for Disney.
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